Welcome To Mrs. Noblet's Class Web Page!

My name is Mrs. Jillian Noblet and I have the privilege of teaching your child this year! I graduated from The Ohio State University in 2015 with my Early Childhood Education Degree, and this will be my third year teaching third grade! I have been teaching for the Ontario Local School District for two years and am so excited to be teaching in Lexington this year! I am also continuing my education, having earned my Reading Endorsement last spring, and by working on my Master’s Degree at The Ohio State University because I love learning new things that will help me become a better teacher. I am so excited for this school year to begin!

Please feel free to contact me at any time throughout the school year at

Important Times:
8:50 Tardy bell
12:15-1:05 Lunch/recess
3:18 Car riders dismissed
3:20 Bus riders dismissed

Specials Schedule:
Monday: Gym and Music
Tuesday: No Specials (Technology Lesson in Room)
Wednesday: Art
Thursday: Gym and Music
Friday: Library

Math: Students will have one math worksheet to complete every night Monday-Thursday.
Language Arts: Students will be expected to read 20 minutes every night Monday-Thursday.
Science/Social Studies: Students will occasionally be asked to study for a science or social studies test.
Please check your child’s take-home folder every night for important papers and their planner every night for homework assignments. Please sign their planner every night.

Healthy Snack:
There will be a time every morning when students will be allowed to eat a healthy snack, such as Goldfish, pretzels, or fruits/vegetables. Students are allowed to bring water bottles to school, filled with water only.

Discipline Policy:
In our classroom, several policies will be established. They are listed in detail below:

  1. Clip Chart: In our classroom, we use a two-way clip chart to track behavior. Every morning, each child begins in the middle. Throughout the day, they all have the opportunity to make positive or negative choices. If you child goes above and beyond what is expected of them, helps others, follows the rules and sets an example, etc., they may move their clip up, up to three times! However, if you child makes poor decisions during the school day, they can move their clip down as well.
    To earn a ticket at the end of the day, students must stay in the middle, or move up. If they stay in the middle, they will write a +1 in their planner and will earn one ticket. If they move up a space, they write +2 and get two tickets, if they move up two spaces, they write a +3 and get three tickets, and if they move up three spaces, they earn a +4 and get four tickets. All of these tickets are put in a basket and ten lucky students are picked each Friday to choose something out of the treasure chest.
    However, if students move their clips down, there are set consequences as well. If a student moves their clip down once, they get a +0, no ticket, and a note written in their planner. If they move their clip down twice, they get a -1, no ticket, and a call home. If they move their clip down three times, they get a -2, no ticket, and will be sent to the principal’s office.
  2. Good Kid Tickets: Every morning, I will check everyone’s homework. Homework is not typically taken for a grade, although that is subject to change if I feel that the class is not turning in appropriate work. When I check homework, if the student has completed their math homework and has their planner signed, they will receive a sticker on their Good Kid Ticket. The class will celebrate with a small party or activity of their choosing every time the entire class finished their first, second, third, or fourth ticket. This is my way of motivating students to work hard and stay accountable of their reading, math, and having you sign their planner. PLEASE remind your students to bring you their planner and take home folder each night. Many important things are sent home/communicated to home through these!
  3. Beat the Teacher: On the board, I will always have Mrs. Noblet written on one side, and Students written on the other side. Throughout each week, the class will have opportunities to earn points, and I will have opportunities to earn points. If the class is quiet when I ask them to be, are working hard, do well in the hallway, etc., they will earn points. When they are not following rules, however, I earn points. If the class is beating me by lunchtime on Friday, they will earn a short period of free time Friday afternoon. These points restart every Monday morning.

Every class is different and every class has different things that motivate them to work hard. I often try new behavior management approaches in my classroom, use different attention getters, and work with the students to see what they respond to best. These are the two main policies I implement in my classroom.

Other Important Information:

  1. Spelling lists will be sent home Monday and spelling tests will be on Friday. We will be alternating social studies and science units. I will never send home science or social studies homework, but there will be at least one grade per week in these areas. The test is always at the end of the four-week unit.
  2. We will be working on fact fluency in math throughout the entire year. Please work with your students on their addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts as often as possible throughout the year.
  3. This year, our classroom will be donating our Clorox Wipes to our specials teachers and our clinic, due to a generous donation of Norwex cloths! These cloths only require water and have a material in the cloth that holds and kills bacteria! I use these products in my own home and absolutely love them. I will be bringing in my own Norwex cloth to clean as well! Here’s to hoping for a healthy school year!
  4. Please be aware that buses typically run twenty minutes late in the afternoon during the first week of school.
  5. This year, due to state law, the attendance policy has changed. The students will be counted absent by hours-not days. Therefore, please try to send your child to school on time! Students will be referred to a Truancy Education Program after 30 consecutive unexcused hours (5 days), 38 unexcused hours (6 days), in a month or 65 unexcused hours (10 days) in a school year. Official charges will be filed at 30 consecutive unexcused hours (5 days), 42 unexcused hours in a month (7 days), or 72 unexcused hours (11 days) in a school year. A tardy is equivalent to one hours; a half day is equal to three hours; a whole day equals 6.5 hours. If you have questions, please contact the office at 419-884-1308.

I look forward to an excellent year with your children! Please do not hesitate to contact me at anytime throughout the school year. Thank you in advance for all that you do for you our class and your child! It is going to be a great year!

Mrs. Jillian Noblet