Thank You!!!

Dear 3W Families,

Thank you for the “Words of Wisdom” booklet and the beautiful scrapbook. I spent Monday afternoon in tears and laughter as I was reading the advice from the children. That is probably the best wedding present ever!!!!! On the weekend, I was also having mixed emotions as I went through the photos and messages in the scrapbook.  Although I’m excited to start summer, I know I will miss the children a lot.  They are really a sweet bunch and probably the most well behaved class I’ve ever taught in my teaching career.

Thank you for confidently entrusting your child to my care in September.   To be honest I was quite nervous in September, not knowing what to expect.  However, after the first couple of weeks, I came to the realization that some of these children are one of the most caring, responsible and loving 8 and 9 year olds I’ve ever met in my life.

As I went through the scrapbook on the weekend, I could not believe how much they’ve grown since September.  Many of them are now a few pounds heavier, inches taller, months wiser, even more responsible, and more mature than when they were in September.  Although the children would have attained their growth in spite of me, it has been my pleasure and privilege to watch their personalities unfold day by day.  These children have been so energetic and each one of them unique.

Yesterday morning during prayer time, Wesley asked me whether I would want to go back in time and teach them all over again and my answer is a definite YES.  I absolutely love them as a group and we had so much fun together this year. A part of me is actually wishing this could go on indefinitely or teach them for another year, but I know we all need to move on and continue to grow.  I will be giving the children back to you reluctantly on tomorrow. For having spent nine months together in the narrow confines of a crowded 3W classroom, we have grown close, have become a part of each other, and we shall always retain a little of each other.  We have lived, loved, laughed, played, studied, learned, and enriched our lives together this year.

Your children are precious, lovely and intelligent.  They work so well together they are all blessings from God.  Thank you, parents, for all your support. I have one of the most amazing group of parents this year. I wouldn’t have survived this year without you all!

Please remember that I shall always be interested in your children and their destiny, wherever they go, whatever they do, whoever they become.  Thank you from the bottom of my heart. You will always have a very special place in my heart Grade Threes!

Have a lovely summer 3W, whether you are visiting abroad, camping or staying local!  Please don’t forget to visit me next year. My door is always open.

Warm Regards,

Miss Wong

Grade 3 Party Tomorrow

3K and 3W will be having our final party together tomorrow.

With the left over money from the class fund, Ms.Kim and I will be ordering pizza for the classes.

This morning, students have be asked to choose what they would like to have.  The choices are pepperoni, cheese and ham and pineapple.  Students may bring snacks to share.  However, this is entirely optional.  Some children have informed me what they will be bringing tomorrow.

So far, we have ice cream, jello, one serving of fruits, popcorn, 4 bags of chips, sushi and some candies.

If you do not want your child to have pizza or snacks, please make sure you pack a separate lunch for your child.

Students will eat lunch out on the playground from 12:30 to 12:45pm, clean-up from 12:45 to 1pm, then have some free playing time from 1:00 to 1:45pm.  They can bring beach or picnic mats to school tomorrow.

There will be a final assembly in the gym from 2pm to 2:30pm for the entire school.  It is also Spirit Day tomorrow so children can come to school in Canada colours.


Miss Wong


3W Student Council Announcements

We’ve successfully reached our goal #1 : Keep our classroom neat!

Therefore, we will be having Electronics Day tomorrow: Thursday, June 22nd

Students are invited to bring ONE item for “Electronics Day”. The electronics will only be used IN class at an assigned time under Miss Wong’s supervision.

Students must have their parents’ permission before bringing in their electronics. A written consent is not necessary, but please be mindful that this item may get damaged or lost. If students don’t have an electronic, the school will provide him or her with the school iPad (if available).



Currently, we are also working towards reach our second goal: Follow instructions and line up quickly.

We will be having a Grade 3 Party on June 28th for working towards that goal.

Miss Kim and I are planning a Grade 3 Picnic Party on Wednesday, June 28 from 1pm to 2:30pm. If weather permits, both classes will eat outside and play together out on the school playground. Please stay tuned for details as we may need parents’ help with food and utensils. Thank you!

Fun Day

What a busy week in 3W!

I would like to congratulate all our student government candidates for their hard work in preparing for the elections. I hope they all had a wonderful experience. Students voted on Tuesday and the following are the results:

Mayor: Cedric Lai

Deputy mayors: Heracles Mai, Charlotte Chan

Councillors: Cameron Chan, Alex T., Amara, Emma L.

Tomorrow will be Fun Day.

Children are divided into 4 teams.  The team colours are blue, red, green and white.  The following are the teams:

Blue: Cameron, Chloe, Ryan, Sammi, Mikhaela, Elizabeth, Marcus

Red: Carter, Steph, Emma H, Annice,  Maddy, Alex T.

Green: Charlotte, Cedric, Liz, Vincy, Keenan, Wesley, Jay

White: Alex C., Rylan, Emma L, Heracles, Amara, Leana, Jake

Let’s pray for some sunshine :).


June Newsletter

Dear 3W Families,

I had a wonderful time with your children this week.  They have been so well behaved.  I can’t believe there are only 4 more weeks of school.  It seemed like we just started the year awhile ago.  We still have a bit to do, so these last few weeks will still keep us really busy. 🙂

Week at a glance:

Tuesday: Class Election Day

Wednesday: Van Dusen Field Trip

Friday: Fun Day. Noon Dismissal.

Please download the newsletter for June. Grade 3 June News

Have a good weekend!

Miss Wong

Spelling Quiz (May 29) and Singathon (Mary 30)

Spelling list:

untied, repay, disagree, preheat, unafraid, return, preschool, dislike, disappear, resell, precook, prepay, unbeaten, reprint, unwrap, reuse, unsolved, unhealthy, unlucky, recover

No Bonus spelling this week :).

Singathon (Update):

Please come in casual clothing for the performance. Students may wear bright t-shirts and jeans/shorts.

June 7th (VanDusen Field Trip)

Please note that the first PTA Hot Lunch day in June falls on the same day as our Van Dusen Field Trip.  We will be having our lunch at Van Dusen.

We’ve cancelled the order for the following children:

Stephanie, Emma H, Sammi, Liz (6.50), Amara and Leana

The children listed above will be returning the money to you tonight.



Spelling (Quiz: May 23rd) and Singathon


careful, cheerful, helpful, colorful/colourful, harmful, peaceful, pitiful, painless, priceless, helpless, sleepless, rainless, helplessly, carefully, peacefully, firstly, secondly, lastly, wonderful, cloudless

Bonus words:

leader, mayor, election, supporter, councillor


 Singathon (May 27th)

The actual performance will be at 11:45 am in the gym.  Students will be expected to meet in the Grade 3 classrooms at 11:20 am.  Thank you for your cooperation and assistance.


Have a good long weekend everyone! Enjoy the sunshine. 

May Newsletter + Spelling


Spelling (Quiz on May 8th)

basket, rabbit, napkin, letter, invite, bedtime, mammal, number, fellow, chapter, follow, problem, chicken, butter, Sunday, picnic, marvelous, stunning, splendid, complete

Bonus: sort, different, alike, classify, classification

School photo reminder:

We will be taking our school photo on Friday.  Students will need to come to school in full uniform and wear their gym uniform underneath.Thank you 🙂

Spelling Quiz (May 1st)

Spelling: adding -s, -ed, and -ing

names, named, naming

hopes, hoped, hoping

dances, danced, dancing

drops, dropped, dropping

wraps, wrapped, wrapping

receives, receiving

running, driving, traded

Bonus: nutrients, sunlight, oxygen, sugar, survive


Field Trip Notice + Spelling List

Welcome back to school!  I hope you all had a wonderful break.  The children were excited to share their spring break stories with me on their first day back. 🙂

I am sending home the Burnaby Village Museum field trip form home today.  We would like to apologize for a typo on the field trip.  The field trip destination is Burnaby Village Museum not SFX. 😛

I will be introducing the new spelling list tomorrow.  However, if you would like an extra day to practice the spelling words with your child, here is the list of words:

List words:Soft “c” and “g”:

cell, gems, age, place, gyms, city, cents, price, space, nice, giant, changes, pages, gentle, message, centre (center), recycle, generosity, giraffe, celebrate

Bonus words: pioneer, settlement, history, village, museum

Thank you!