Ashley Shults
3rd Grade Math Teacher
423-623-3811 x 212

Courses Taught:

3rd Grade

2nd Grade

Ashley Shults

Bachelor's Degree: ETSU in Elementary Education (K-6) 

Master's Degree: Bethel University (Curriculum and Instruction)

Supply List

Mrs. Shults's 3rd Grade Supply List


Your child will need the following:

-1 pair of headphones

-1 box of tissues

-1 regular or large hand sanitizer

-Ziplock Bags(boys=quart and girls=gallon)

-2 rolls of paper towels (one is for STEM Lab)

-Big Smile and positive attitude....these will be returned!




These things are not required but are appreciated.


- colored copy paper (8.5x11) (20lb)

-spray can of disinfectant

-Bic red pens

-magic erasers

-band aids

-ring pops

-individually wrapped candy

-treasure chest surprises (hot wheels, McDonald's toys, little lotions, stickers, gel pens, etc.)


Please do not send the following:

hand held pencil sharpeners, fancy erasers, or pens. These items tend to become toys and are a distraction.

Please sign up for our class DOJO with the following link:

This will be our main source of communication during the school year. 

Dress Code

Grades 3-8: Shirts and blouses must have sleeves and should fit appropriately (not excessively oversized). Extremely low or revealing necklines will not be permitted, and midriffs, belly buttons, and lower backs must be covered. Clothing shall not be made of see through or mesh materials. Students must wear proper undergarments that are not visible. 


Shorts/skirts will be worn at or below the knee and must fit appropriately, if leggings are worn, tops/skirts must be worn at or below fingertips. No cut-off jean shorts are allowed. No holes (revealing skin or undergarments) will be allowed in pants or shorts above the knee. If holes exist, tights must be worn underneath-no visible skin.


The consequence for violation of the dress code will be the same as the consequences for violation of other general school rulesb.


Mrs. Shults's 3rd Grade Math

Week of November 30-December 4, 2020

*Monday- Introduction to Division; Students also need to continue studying their multiplication facts for timed test on Friday. 

Tuesday- Students will have a worksheet to complete on using equal groups to model division. 

Wednesday- Equal Groups

Thursday- Using Bar Models to represent division. 

Friday- Timed multiplication test


Please continue studying your 3's, 4's, or 5's times tables! Students should know which factor they need to be studying.  


**Please remember to use the ASPEN information sent home to access and create an account for your child. This will be very important to help track your child's grades and progress throughout the year.

Homework Hotline 615-298-6636
Useful Links
Upcoming Events
Upcoming Dates to Remember:

November 30-December 9- You can order your 2020-2021 yearbook from the following link:

Homecoming Week December 12/7-12/11:

Monday: Hawaiian Day

Tuesday: Twinning Day/Duo Day

Wednesday: Favorite Character Day

Thursday: School spirit day wear blue and gold!

Friday: Pajama Day with your Santa hat or elf ears

 December 18- Dismiss at 10:00 for Christmas break!