Grade 3 Pledge of Allegiance

Third Grade

Curriculum at a Glance

Students leave behind “wall words” and third grade buddies to build an academic and spiritual foundation rooted in greater independence. Students begin earning letter grades on report cards in the first grade to mark progress. In second grade, students are introduced to study guides and test-taking skills while the religious aspect of this school year is concentrated on making the sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion. Third graders are introduced to note taking and the Accelerated Reader Program while also serving as buddies to the Kindergarten students. Creativity, hands-on activities, cooperative learning, special projects, and field trips are used in combination with academic instruction to make learning interesting and fun.


Core areas of study are:

  • Reading
  • English and Spelling
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Religion
  • Health
  • Physical Education
  • Cultural Arts: Computer, Art, Music, Library, and Italian Enrichment