Mrs. Skunta

Class Purpose Statement

  • We come to school to learn.
  • We have the right to learn and the responsibility to learn as much as we can.
  • We must respect the learning of others:
    • in the classroom,
    • on the playground,
    • in the lunchroom, and
    • on the bus
  • This is my purpose.


A “Homework Folder” is sent home if there is a note, incomplete work, or an assignment to attend to. Additionally, each child is highly encouraged to read for 15 minutes a day. Regular practice of basic 1-digit by 1-digit addition and subtraction facts would also benefit your child. Please check for this nightly and initial the Homework Sheet when the tasks are completed. Thank you!

Communication with Home

Besides the “Homework Folder”, communication will occur through School Messenger. Monthly newsletters called the, “Skunta Scribe”, will be sent home at the onset of each month via School Messenger to share the learning outcomes of the month at a glance.

Please do feel free to contact me with questions, concerns, or compliments to help your child have a successful Grade 3 experience.

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RT @UsihChristopher: Province seeking feedback through a survey (link embedded in document). “The feedback will help us refine the draft K-6 curriculum before it is implemented across the province. All elementary students will be learning from the new curriculum in 2022-23.”

RT @Andrea_sm3: Our grade 4 HUB buddies and Miss. Stone taught us how to make catapults as part of their study on simple machines. @mckenzie_lake @Justine18836875 #wearecbe #cbehub @dmmccomish @KenzieRushton

Thanks to School Council for providing supper on own Student Conference evening. Our teachers are so appreciative!! @MLSCommunity @dmmccomish @MckenzieKinder1 @sarahdreger2

RT @MlsSkill: Our EES classes have been working hard to make their own story based on "Dear Zoo." They are superstars at recreating their sentences in our predictable chart writing work! @mckenzie_lake #wearecbe #inclusion

What a fun day it was!!