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    Mrs.Schultz & Mrs. Stevens  on 5/ 26/ 16 

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    THURSDAY, May 26th, 2016 3:00-3:30pm  CHROME BOOKS

    MATH/BRIDGES * Eagle Bluff (4th Grade Trip) * Images of the World Link:  Links to explore below:

    Pop's Bridge *Read Aloud Story *

    Check out the EAGLE BLUFF Website:

    Images of the World *

    Epic *

    FRIDAY, May 27th, 2016 2:30-3:30pm Computer Lab

    MATH/BRIDGES* & READING & Science :Links to explore below:

    Links to explore below: *Click on 'OPEN WEB APP'

    Golden Gate Bridge-Historic Photos

    Study Jams

    Epic *

    WEDNESDAY, June 1st, 2016 2:30-3:30 Computer Lab

    READING & SCIENCE & ART:  Links to explore below:

    Links to explore below:

    Mia * Minneapolis Institute of Arts *Artist Toolkit Exploration

    Epic *

    National Geographic

    **EPIC *Read Amazing Children's Books (NOTICE:  The email is different'-include the word 'apps'

    Password:  Grade3 (ALL students have the 'SAME' password to log in---and then they can access their 'profile' in the website.  Each student has a UNIQUE 4-digit pin....students are NOT TO ACCESS any other accounts-only their own.)

    Array Creations & Number Line 

    Learning FUN in Math

    Grade 3 ~ December/January




    Find the 'unknown' -- 'missing' number

    Greater/ Less Than/ Equal to

    Grade 3

    **** Welcome to 3rd grade!  ****

    Your two teachers this year will be:  Mrs. Schultz (PM)  & Mrs. Stevens (AM)

    3rd grade co-teachers

    What's for Lunch?       Click here for the DP Lunch Menu       

    Pathways for May 20, 2016


    Mark your calendar!

    May 26th (Thurs.) – PTO Staff Appreciation Luncheon from 10:30 am – 1:30 pm

    *See more PTO Events in the PTO Section


    Future Events:

    May 30th (Mon.) – Memorial Day, NO SCHOOL for students and staff


    PTO Staff Appreciation Luncheon – Volunteers Needed!

    A big thank you to those who have made a cash donation, signed up to bring food, and those who are helping the day of the luncheon!  Almost all of the food sign-ups have been filled.  We are still in need of meatballs and fruit.  The staff luncheon will be held on Thursday, May 26th, from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.  If you’re interested in volunteering, please sign up on the Diamond Path Website at .  If you have any questions, please contact Carlos Acostacano at or John McBrien at

    Food Items:

    •        Meatballs – Enough to serve 12 people – 4 needed
    •        Fruit, enough to serve 20 people – 2-3 needed
    •        Dessert, 9x13 pan or 2 dozen – 1-2needed

    Volunteer During the Luncheon:

    •        Set-Up from 9:30-10:30 am
    •        Serve Food from 10:15 am – 1:30 pm
    •        Clean-up from 1:15 – 2:00 pm

    Not Returning to Diamond Path Next Year?

    If your student(s) will not be returning to Diamond Path for the 2016/2017 school year, please call the office as soon as possible at 952-423-7695 and let the office staff know your children’s names and where they will attend in the fall. This is very important information for us to have for planning purposes.  Thank you!


    ****HELP PLEASE****

    Volunteer Opportunities:

    PTO Staff Appreciation Luncheon

    Please go to the Diamond Path Website at for a full list of items needed for the Staff Appreciation Luncheon.

    Please feel free to contact me with any questions! 

    Cindy Wallace

    Parent Volunteer Coordinator


    Diamond Path FACEBOOK page!

    Have you checked out our Facebook Page?  We’ve recently posted pictures of the “Poetry Café” and the Fourth Grade play, “The Castaways”!   

    This Facebook page will be used to post information about upcoming school events, reminders, volunteer opportunities, and more!  Please “like” us at


    Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)


    The Diamond Path Parent Teacher Organization (DP PTO) is a nonprofit group comprised of parents and educators working together to promote and encourage communication within the Diamond Path community. The DP PTO also sponsors and organizes school fundraising and social events, which help to deepen our community spirit as well as enrich our children’s educational, social, and developmental experiences.


    OPEN PTO POSITIONS 2016-2017:

    Officer Positions (Must come from current board)

    •   Vice President
    •   Communications Director
    •   Co-Treasurer

    Grade Liaisons

    •   Kindergarten

    Fundraising Coordinators

    •   Box Tops
    •   Pahl’s Fundraiser

    Event Coordinators

    •   Fall Conference Dinner
    •   Game Night
    •   Winter Conference Dinner

    Staff Appreciation Luncheon





    The Pahl's Market Spring Shopping Fundraiser Event will be May 16th - June 3rd, 2016. You can help Diamond Path PTO by purchasing your spring plants and garden supplies at Pahl's Market in Apple Valley during this event. At the conclusion of the event, Pahl's Market will donate 10% of our total purchases back to Diamond Path PTO (less tax). Look for a flyer with coupons in your child's Friday folder. Present one of the coupons at the time of purchase, and share the other coupons with family and friends.



    ·  May 16th – June 3rd:  Pahl's Market Spring Shopping Fundraiser Event

    ·  May 30th (Monday), All Day: “TAKEOUT TONIGHT!”  Culver’s, 5-7PM 4TH and 5TH Grade Night!

    ·  June 5th (Sunday), 1:10PM:  Twins Game vs. the Tampa Bay Rays



    Did you know that the DP PTO has a Facebook page where information and reminders are posted regarding school and PTO events, meetings, volunteer opportunities, Take-Out Tonight, and more! To receive these notices, like us today by searching within Facebook for the "Diamond Path Parent Teacher Organization" page or simply visit!/diamondpathpto.


    District 196 Community Education

    Plan a fun-filled summer!  Summer Youth Schedule Grid

    Click here for an interactive listing of all our youth summer programming in community ed! Plan a summer full of fun learning activities for your child! See what’s offered in the weeks you want to plan for your child and click on the offering(s) of choice to find out more information and to register!

    Mark your calendars! Free! Code 196 (grades K-5) – May 21

    Experience and learn coding through robotics and app development. Whether new to coding or if you have some experience already, learn through block coding and use what you’ve learned to try out some challenges! Click here for more information and to register.

    Mark your calendars! Free! World’s Largest Swim Lesson – June 24

    Join tens of thousands of participants from hundreds of locations around the globe to break theGuinness World Record for the largest simultaneous swimming lesson. Click here for more information and to register.

    GRASP (grades K-8) Fire Sale – June 7

    Did you miss the deadline? Some workbooks will be available for purchase on a first come, first served basis on Tuesday, June 7. The enrollment fee is $27 for one subject or $52 for both subjects. Call 651-423-7920 or 651-423-7924 to place an order by phone and then stop by the District Office East, 15180 Canada Ave in Rosemount to pick up your books. This nine-week correspondence program helps your child maintain their math and reading levels during the summer months. Complete lessons at home, mail them to us for correction and we will return them back to you. GRASP should not be considered a replacement for participating in summer school, if a child qualifies.

    Rosemount•Apple Valley•Eagan Community Education | 15180 Canada Ave, Rosemount, MN 55068 | tel 651-423-7920 | fax 651-423-7770 | Email


    Speech and Debate Workshop, hosted by the Eastview Speech Team!

    Interested in Speech or Debate?  The Eastview Speech Team is hosting its annual Speech and Debate workshop for next year’s incoming sixth to ninth grade students on Monday, August 1st from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

    For more information go to:

    Register online at: 

    For questions or more information contact Todd Hering at


    3rd Annual Picture Perfect - EVCF Fall Fundraiser

    Join the Eastview Community Foundation as we provide a wonderful opportunity for photography mini-sittings! The event will be held at Nicollet Commons Park in Burnsville on Sunday, September 25th from 12:30 to 6 p.m.

    For a donation of $50, those who sign up will have a 20-minute "mini-sitting" with a local photographer. After the event, each photographer will select a minimum of 5 of the best photos taken, and return them on a DVD about a month after the event. The event is ideal for individuals or small groups.

    There will be a limited number of mini-sitting slots available, so email now to reserve your time! Contact: or call 651-356-5080. Visit the EVCF website for more information (


    First Day of School Pictures

    ** Grade 3 ** 2015-2016 School Year    

    Diamond Path Elementary
    School of International Studies
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