Linda Vogel – Third Grade

Mrs. Vogel’s Third Grade

HOMEWORK HINTS FOR PARENTS: Choose a well lit, quiet place for your child to do homework. Keep the radio and T.V. off while the homework is being done. Have available the materials usually needed to complete homework assignments. Paper, pencils, crayons, markers, glue, and erasers are a few supplies that your child should have. Schedule a specific time each day for homework. Post the schedule on the refrigerator, and both parent and child should initial the chart each day after the homework is completed. We also suggest you only give your child help if he or she makes a real effort to do the work first. Children need encouragement and support. Your consistent praise can encourage your child to do his or her best work. Praise your child’s efforts each day to help lead to higher achievement in school.

Practice spelling words:

FIELD TRIPS AND CLASS PARTIES: Field trips and class parties will be scheduled during the year. Parent help will be needed for organizing parties, and providing transportation for some field trips. Notes will come home as time nears for those activities.

GRADING SCALE: A copy of the grading scale used in third and fourth grade is found below. Please note this scale stays true to the ‘standard’ scale in the A and B range, but does give leeway in the C and D range. Most papers the students do will be marked with a percentage, and letter grade.

REMINDERS: When sending any money to school it is always helpful to the teacher if the money is in an envelope marked with the child’s name, homeroom, and purpose for sending the money. Please feel free to contact any of your child’s teachers this year with questions or concerns you may have. Thank you for your support!


99-100 A+
95-98 A
93-94 A-
90-92 B+
88-89 B
85-87 B-
82-84 C+
79-81 C
75-78 C-
71-74 D+
68-70 D
65-67 D-
64-Below F


Linda has taught at JFK for over 30 years. She has taught kindergarten and second grade as well as third grade. Linda really enjoys teaching reading, math, writing and religion. She thinks the best parts about teaching at JFK are the students, their families, and the dedicated staff. “It is wonderful to teach at a school where everyone works together, and we can talk about our Christian faith.” She has two daughters who attended JFK. Linda is also the After Care Director.