Deanna Pasley

3rd Grade Teacher


Courses Taught:

Math, Science & Social Studies


Classroom Policies and Procedure

Wish List

This Week in Ms. Pasley's Class...

Upcoming Dates


2nd- Class Spelling Bee

9th-  2nd 9 weeks progress reports

10th- Music program in the lunchroom at 8:30

11th-Veterans Day...No School

21st-25th  Thanksgiving Holidays

Important Information

~ The Snack Shack closes at 8:15am each morning. If your child is tardy and checks in after 8:15, please make sure they bring a snack from home. Thank you!   

~FACEBOOK- Follow the page for announcements and updates

~BrainPop Jr.- Students may now access BrainpopJr from home! Username:dpes123, password: eagles  This is a great resource to review skills that have been previously taught at school, and the kids LOVE IT!!!

 ~Scholastic Book Orders- Support your child’s reading success! Did you know? Kids who read for just 20 minutes a day are more successful in school and life. Ordering from Scholastic Book Clubs is an easy way to find the best books that are just right for your child’s grade and interests. Here’s how:

-Choose books with your child online at:

-To order, connect to our class using our Class Code: L482Y

As soon as your order is delivered to our classroom, I will send it home with your child. Plus every order you place earns FREE Books for our class to share. Thank you for your support and happy reading! 

Here is a link to the 3rd grade Scholastic flyer: 


This Week in
Ms. Pasley's Class…

Math:  Multiplication & Division Strategies

Social Studies:  Government



Monday-Thursday: Study multiplication facts.  We will have a practice fluency check on FridayJ

Thursday:  Topic 5 Test (Major Grade)

Thursday:  DMR quiz

Practice Multiplication Fluency Check


School Messenger


Hello, this is Donna Finch, principal of Daniel Pratt Elementary School. Please listen to the following announcements:

· Progress Reports go home Wednesday.

· Cookie Dough orders will be delivered to the school Thursday. All small orders will be sent home with the students. All other orders can be picked up at the school from 3:00-5:30 in the media center.

· No school Friday for Veterans Day.

· Impact Aid forms were sent home last week. Completion and submission of these forms provides the school with much needed funding for academic resources. The last day to turn the form in is Wednesday, November 16.

· Friendsgiving is Friday, November 18. This is our Thanksgiving celebration. The children are allowed to wear pajamas, bring their favorite stuffed animal, and have a very special snack opportunity. The preorder forms for pizza and popcorn will be sent home Monday. The deadline to have the order forms and money turned in is Tuesday, November 15 by 8:00 a.m. We are not allowed to take money in the front office. Your child must turn in their own form and money to their homeroom teacher.

· We are adjusting our new security door procedures. The front office staff will now begin checking IDs for any visitor who needs access to the school itself. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Have a wonderful afternoon, a fabulous week and Go Eagles!!















Ms. Pasley’s Schedule


7:45-8:05         Homeroom/Character Ed./DMR

8:05-8:35         Math Whole Group

8:35-9:25         Math Small Group

9:25-9:55         RISE Academy

9:55-10:30        Social Studies/Science

10:30-10:35        Change Classes

10:35-11:05         Math Whole Group

11:05-11:38          Math Small Group   

11:40-12:03         Lunch  

12:03-12:15         Brain Break/ Restroom

12:15-12:30         Math Small Group

12:30-1:00         RISE Academy

1:00-1:40           Social Studies/Science

1:40-1:55           Snack

2:00-2:40        PE

2:40-2:50         Pack/Prepare for Dismissal

2:50-3:05         Character Education/ Dismissal


*Library: Wednesdays 9:50-10:20 

*Music/Technology:  Thursdays 12:15-1:00

2021-2022 Wish List

Your child’s day-to-day school supplies will be provided on the first day of school!!! JThe following wish list items are used often throughout the school year.  However, do not feel that you are required to bring any or all of the items.  Any of the wish list items will be much appreciated as we get a “normal” school year rolling.  Thanks in advance for any items that you feel led to contributeJ 


  • HP Black ink #63
  • HP Colored Ink #63
  • Brother Toner TN-5650
  • Hot glue gun regular size glue sticks
  • Magic Erasers
  • Gallon size Ziploc bags
  • Scotch thermal laminating sheets


The items below are used often for rewards, treats, the treasure chest, and for special occasions:

  • Packs of party favors (yoyos, bouncy balls, slinkies, etc.)
  • Large container of cheeseballs
  • Pop Ice Popsicles (the type that doesn’t require a freezer until needed!!)
  • Holiday/themed/decorative pencils
  • Cool, fun erasers
  • Dum Dum suckers
  • Starburst
  • Skittles
  • Laffy Taffy
  • Jolly Ranchers


    The following supplies are used for various arts and crafts projects:

  • Colored tissue paper
  • Round sticky magnets
  • Jumbo popsicle sticks
  • Glitter
  • Cotton Balls
  • Colorful, cute patterned scrapbook paper







 I grew up in Prattville and graduated from Prattville High School in 2000.  I attended Auburn University in Montgomery and received my Bachelor's Degree in Childhood Education in 2004.  I also graduated from Troy University in Montgomery in May of 2006 with my Master's Degree in Elementary Education.



I have been teaching at Daniel Pratt since 2004.  I began teaching first grade, and I am currently teaching third grade. 



It is my goal as a professional educator to reach out and accommodate the needs of each and every student.  All children are different and have different styles of learning.  Whether the children I teach are kinesthetic, visual, or auditory learners, I will adapt my teaching towards the style of each student's learning in order to increase the quality of their education.  I will strive to teach in a way that all children can learn.  In order to promote the children's learning, I will provide a hands-on classroom where my students are engaged in the lesson while actively learning.  The students in my classroom will also have the opportunity to communicate with their peers throughout the day, as I believe children learn from one another.  I will provide a positive and safe atmosphere along with a developmentally appropriate learning environment to motivate the learning of each student.