Category: 3rd Grade

Supply List

3rd grade supply list for the 2019/2020 school year

  • assignment planner (purchased at SSPP)
  • 1 Pencil Pouch
  • 2 Highlighters
  • 1 Scissors
  • 2 Composition Notebooks (one for Math Journal, one for Writing Journal)
  • 4 Sturdy Pocket Folders, 2  with three holes punched for binder
  • 1 Washable markers 8 pack, broad line, Classic Colors
  • 2 Glue sticks
  •  2 packs of 24 count #2 Pencils  (suggest  yellow Ticonderoga)
  • Small package of pencil top erasers
  • 3 Erasers, (Pink Pearl preferred)
  • 1 inch binder (Please, no larger)
  • 2 Pkg of loose leaf paper wide ruled
  • 12 – inch/centimeter ruler plastic or wood ( please, no bendable rulers)
  •  1 container of Antibacterial  wipes ( such as Lysol)
  • Hand sanitizer, 8oz pump 1
  • 1 container Baby wipes
  •  1 box of crayons 24 pack  (Crayola preferred)
  • 2 Boxes of Facial Tissues, Large Boxes
  • 1 Antibacterial gel squirt bottle (small that will fit into pencil box without taking up too much room)
  • 1 computer headset- Place in zip lock baggie, labeled with student name (compatible with Ipad)
  • 1 one inch binder, (please just a basic binder, no larger than one inc & no zipper binders, they are too big to fit easily into desk/backpack)


*Please label items with Student’s name!

Religion Supplies

  • 1 package wide ruled paper
  • 1 package pencils
  • 1 box tissues
  • 1 package of various colored cardstock

Art supplies

  • 1 package unscented baby wipes (not anti-bacterial)
  • 1 package Crayola markers


Updated: July 15, 2019 — 9:41 am


October is here! We are busy in third and fourth grades learning many new and exciting things. In addition to our regular Social Studies curriculum, we are studying about Christopher Columbus and will be completing a poster project about what we have learned. The posters will be submitted to the Knights of Columbus for a Columbus Day contest between SSPP and St. Francis de Sales. (The students will also receive a Social Studies grade based on content and presentation.) After we finish with Christopher Columbus, we will begin pocket folder projects about Native Americans (Inuit, Tlingit, Nez Perce, Maidu, Sioux, Navajo, Iroquois, and Seminole).

Addition, subtraction and estimation will soon be replaced by studying multiplication and division in Math. Complex sentences, proper and common nouns are next on the agenda in English. Similes and metaphors will be mixed in also. The Science Fair is coming up and we are excited that fourth grade will be participating! In August and September, both grades studied plants and are now learning about animals/animal kingdoms. We want to shout out a HUGE thank you to Dr. Helen Greenwood for leading our science labs on Mondays.

Updated: April 5, 2016 — 3:53 pm


Josalynn McClure
3rd and 4th Grade
Cathy Young
Music Teacher

Denise Riner has been a teacher for over 13 years. This is her 14th year as a  teacher at SSPP.



Updated: August 23, 2018 — 10:20 am