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Mrs. Marisa Day, Third Grade Teacher

I am very excited to be in my 20th year of teaching the third grade at Sacred Heart!

Contact information:


Masters Degree: TESOL, (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), Adelphi University

Bachelors Degree: Elementary Education, Adelphi University


Permanent Certification, Elementary Education

Permanent Certification, TESOL


Mrs. Day’s Class News for week of December 17th:

Our December Book It list has been sent home and is due January 3. Information about our Sport Book Report was been sent home, and that report is due January 7.

Please remember to check your homework folder each night. The class newsletter will be sent home every Friday, and will have all the upcoming news for the following week, as well as the Spelling and Vocabulary words.


Monday 12/17:  ~Current Events #1 due,

                               ~Religion test on Chapters 13 & 14 (study notebook ONLY!!!!)


Tuesday 12/18: ~English test on Chapter 3, Pronouns


Wednesday 12/19: ~Christmas Pageant 7 p.m.

                                        ~arrive in classroom in costume at 6:45 p.m.

                                       ~ parents must pick up their children in the classroom after the                                                       performance


Thursday 12/20:    ~Spelling test

                                      ~extra Phys Ed class

                                     ~class party-bring Christmas movies and treats for the class


Friday 12/21: ~11:30 dismissal

                              ~wear Pageant costume to school

                              ~no school bags needed

                             ~NO After School



“When the Saints Come Marching In”


Mrs. Day’s Class exploring the parts of a plant

Posted on October 2, 2017

Science experimentation was alive and well in our 3rd grade class this past week, The students worked in groups to examine the parts of the plant. They used magnifying glasses to get up close and personal, they used rulers to measure the roots (they were amazed to see the different sizes of root) One group even had a real bug nestled into the leaves.
At the end of the lab the students completed a task sheet noting all of their observations.

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