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    Welcome to Mr. Tsuji's and Ms. Trageser's Website! 
     
    TNT 2018     
     

    Dear Parents and Students,
     
    Third Grade is filled with exciting and thought-provoking learning experiences.  I have created this website to keep you informed about what is going on in our third grade class!  I update the website often, please make sure that you check in from time to time.

    Ms. Trageser Bio:
     
    I am so excited for all of the learning we will share together this year! I am a Westchester County native. I attended college at Virginia Tech, Go Hokies! I also have my Master of Professional Studies in Childhood and Special Education from Manhattanville College. I have worked in various elementary schools throughout Westchester County. I am a very big college football fan...again, Go Hokies! I also love professional football and soccer. Mindfulness, hiking, and reading are all hobbies of mine. Most importantly, I love spending time with my family and friends. I look forward to an amazing year together!
     

    Mr. Tsuji Bio:
     
    I am looking forward to another wonderful year with such amazing students and parents!  I have lived in various states throughout my life including New Jersey, New York, and California.  I attended Binghamton University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the School of Management (Go Bearcats).  I then attended Manhattanville College where I received my Masters in Education.  Furthermore, I pursued an Administration Degree from Bank Street College.  I currently work as a swim coach, swim instructor, and with a volunteer organization called Focus for a Future. Originally, I worked in business and then decided that I really wanted to become a teacher.
     
    I like to rescue dogs with my wife (in reality she got me into it).  I never had a dog growing up and fast forward, I have a pack of them! When I can, I like to go hiking, biking, and spend quality time with family and friends. 
     
     

    Reminders:
    • Please sign your child's planner every night.
    • Your child should read for at least 30 minutes every night. 
    • Log your child's reading every night.
     
    Tips for students:
    • Sleep early and rest well.
    • Eat a healthy breakfast.
    • Stay hydrated drink water.
    • Pack a healthy snack.
     
    Parents:
    • Thank you for every second that you spend with your child!  It really makes a difference! 
    • Thank you for supporting our class in everything that we do!