What's happening in 3rd Grade?

May 5, 2013
by Mrs. Williams

Students Learn Orgami


May 3, 2013 – Did you know that May is Asian Heritage Month?  Today, students learned about origami.  Next week, we will  be learning more about Asian immigration to our community.   Check out the slide show of the students’ warrior hats.

March 27, 2013
by Mrs. Williams

Charles Best is the Best!

March 27, 2013 – Students were treated to a special guest yesterday.  Charles Best, founder and CEO of, was in town for a speech, and decided to come visit our school and see the wonderful materials teachers have gotten for their classrooms through  Laptops, tablets, industrial-strength pencil sharpeners, andbooks are among the items the students use on a regular basis that were purchased with donations from 

According to the Donorschoose website:

Charles Best leads, a nonprofit organization which provides a simple way to address educational inequity. At, public school teachers create classroom project requests and donors can pick the projects they want to support. Charles launched the organization twelve years ago out of a Bronx public high school where he taught history. is one of Oprah Winfrey’s “ultimate favorite things” and was named by Fast Company as one of the “50 Most Innovative Companies in the World,” the first time a charity has received this recognition. For three years, Fortune Magazine has named Charles to its “40 under 40 hottest rising stars in business.”

November 2, 2012
by Mrs. Williams

Kids Vote Ohio



November 2, 2012 – Today, Clinton’s third grade students had special visitors from Kids Vote Ohio. Lindsay Noll and Jeff Cabot came to discuss the job description of the President of the United States. Ask your child to tell you some things they learned about what the president’s job description.

October 17, 2012
by Mrs. Williams

Kids Not Bugged by Entomologists’ Specimens

3rd grade students had special visitors today, and they all had more than two legs.  Visitors from the OSU Department of Entomology  ( included cockroaches, walking sticks, and a scorpion.  The biting and stinging  insects were passed around in tightly closed containers, but students were able to hold some of the insects, including the millipede and the walking sticks.

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