WELCOME BACK LETTER TO PARENTS THIRD GRADE
Third Grade Welcome Letter for Parents | Mrs. Shakarchi's
Dear Parents/Guardians, Welcome to 3rd grade! Third grade is an exciting time as children come upon new adventures in learning. This is a year of important transitions, as well as gaining new skills. I hope to make your child’s learning experience a fun and exciting one, and I hope to instill a love of learning.
Welcome Letter For 3rd Grade Parents! - Ms. Andrade's 3rd
Welcome to 3rd grade! Third grade is an exciting time as children embark upon new adventures in the world of learning. This is a year of important transitions, as well as one in which acquisition of new skills is accelerated. I hope to make your child’s learning
Welcome Letter to Students - Mrs. Connell's Class
I would like you to write a letter to me introducing yourself and bring it with you on the first day of school. Here are six simple steps to follow: Hello to My Favorite Third Graders! I'm so happy to have you in my class this year! Third grade is such an exciting time. I can promise you will learn so much by next June.
Kennedy, Mrs. - 3rd Grade / Parent Welcome Letter
Welcome to Mrs. Kennedy’s Third Grade. Dear Parents, This welcome letter is sent with tremendous anticipation for the start of a magnificent school year. Plans are already under way for exciting activities, lessons, projects, class trips and much more.
Welcome to 3rd Grade!
PDF fileDear Parents and Families, We want to welcome you and your child into third grade. We are looking forward to another fun filled and educational year. We hope the outline below will help answer some of the questions you may have. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have throughout the school year.
Welcome Back To School Letters - by-the-letter
If you've ever had to write welcome back to school letters for parents you know how challenging it can be. However, once you've written one you can spin it to send to your students, too. Below is a sample welcome back letter to use "as is" or as a template for a completely different one.