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Franklin Borough School
Grade 3


Teachers can be contacted by calling (973)-827-9775 and entering the extension next to their names.


Teaching Staff

Mr. Ryan Ellis - ext. 437

Mrs. Alison Hendershot - ext. 445

Ms. Mary Hocking - ext. 471

Mrs. Natalie Lewis - ext. 447

Ms. Brianne McGlone - ext. 404

Ms. Alyssa Pisauro - ext. 428

Mrs. Courtney Savino - ext. 443

Ms. Melissa Storch - ext. 427

Mrs. Shannon Zaremba - ext. 429


Mr Ellis, Mrs. Hendershot, Mrs. Lewis

rellis@fboe.org  |  ahendershot@fboe.org | nlewis@fboe.org

Web Update
June 2017
Third Grade

Wow, what a year! The children have grown academically, physically, and socially. We are proud of their hard work and accomplishments. We know you will continue to practice their math, reading, and writing skills. While going about your daily activities have your child apply his/her math skills at the grocery store, restaurant, road trips, etc. Encourage your child to read books, but also summer activity brochures, game directions, or magazines. Of course, a journal of exciting summer adventures is a great way to practice writing! Working with your child over the summer makes the transition to 4th grade easier.
We hope everyone has a great summer!

Important Dates
June 1- State Fair
June 2- Battle of the Books Competition
June 19-20 Early Dismissal Days
June 20- Last Day for Students

Ms. Hocking

June 2017

Wow! This year flew by, and summer is right around the corner. Summer is a time where it is easy to forget about school and what your child learned throughout this school year. Try to combat losing these skills by having your child continue to read throughout the summer. Encourage your child to find books that interest him or her, and try to make summer reading fun. Also, try to review math addition and multiplication facts over the summer. This will really help for next year.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns about your child. Have a safe and happy summer!

sand with shovel and pail

Ms. McGlone

Happy almost summer!  June is finally upon us.  This year has really flown by, and Iím so proud of how far all the students have come this year!  We just wrapped up the 3rd grade State Fair, and the 4th grade states book.  We are going to finish out the year conducting research on animals, and students have each picked an animal to learn more about.  All students will make a diorama of their animal in its habitat.  The students are really excited to complete this!

Have an amazing and relaxing summer!  Thanks for all your support this year!

palm trees with hammock


Mrs. Savino

It was an awesome year! Please continue to read, write, and practice math facts throughout the summer. Thank you for making this year a success! Enjoy your summer :)
Mrs. Savino
summer in sand with beach items

Ms. Storch

The school year is coming to an end, and the students are excited for summer break. The students have really grown since the beginning of the year. I encourage you to set aside some time this summer to practice reading and math skills with your child. Have a wonderful summer!
Kindergarten Math:
The students will explore two-dimensional shapes and practice classifying them by color, shape, and size. Students will also make and read graphs. Students will collect data and use that information to create their own graph.

1st Grade Math:
Students will begin to explore fractional parts. We will learn how to show equal/unequal parts of a two-dimensional object. Students will use hands-on materials to represent parts of an object as halves, fourths, or a whole. Please continue to practice addition and subtraction facts at home.

2nd Grade Math:
Students will begin learning about measuring using metric units. Students will explore measurement through hands-on activities. They will estimate and measure objects in centimeters. Students will also practice solving problems involving adding and subtracting lengths.

Mrs. Zaremba






Last update June 05, 2017