Mrs. Dionne Weaver
EL Teacher, Lewisburg Elementary, Lewisburg Primary
Staff
662.895.8750


About the Teacher/Welcome Msg

Education: I went to Crichton College where I received my Bachelor's Degree in Education.

Bio: My name is Dionne Weaver. I graduated with honors from Crichton College with a degree in elementary education with a 4.0 grade point average for my entire college career. However, my greatest accomplishment is my family.  I am truly blessed beyond measure!

 

Service Schedule

7:05 to 10:30 - Lewisburg Elementary

10:35-2:05 - Lewisburg Primary

2:05-3:05 - Lewisburg Elementary

*Due to Covid19 I am available from 7:05-3:05 Daily

*You may text or email me at any time for help, questions, or concerns.

I am available Monday - Friday to talk by phone or on a Zoom Video call at the following times! 

12:30 pm to 1:00pm - Zoom on Monday and Wednesday

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/875816409

1:00pm to 3:00pm - By Appointment, please message me to talk at this time! 

Send me a message if you would like me to call you!

 

Announcements

 

*PLEASE KNOW IF YOU NEED ANY HELP OR ASSISTANCE, DON'T HESITATE TO EMAIL OR TEXT ME! BE SAFE AND KNOW THAT I MISS YOU ALL VERY MUCH! 

Translate help: https://tinyurl.com/unqnj8t

Here is a list of reading and language websites to help make sure students can read for at least 30 minutes a day. 

Suessville – www.suessville.com 

https://esl-kids.com/eslgames/eslgames.html

https://www.timeforkids.com/g34/ 

https://www.abcya.com/grades/3 

https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome/grades-3-5.html 

Monday: Read your book or text you found on Friday. After reading at least 3 times, rewrite the ending for your book.   (Remember the 5 things a good sentence has: 1. Capital letter 2. Subject 3. Verb 4. Makes Sense 5. End Mark)

Tuesday: Write 5 questions about your book. (5 W's and H) 

Wednesday: Answer your five questions in complete sentences.

Thursday: Find 5 harder words from your book and think about how you figured out how to read them and what they mean.  Write synonyms and antonyms of those words. Can you now use those words in a sentence? :) 

Friday: Good Friday