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Third Grade

Grade Level Expectations

In order to become proficient readers and successful in all academic areas, third grade students at 66th Street School are expected to increase their reading fluency and independent reading level throughout the school year.  To acquire higher level math skills, third grade students are expected to memorize to automaticity multiplication facts from 1 - 10.  In addition, they are also expected to become proficient in all third grade California State Content Standards.

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Looking at Third Grade

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Third Grade Teachers

Han, Taime
Metz, Loretta
Schenker, Robert
Taylor, Sonsere