Jamie Jensen | 3rd Grade

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June 6, 2022 – August 22, 2022


I hope you and your child(ren) have a happy and safe summer! Below I have included some summer resources to help your child continue learning throughout the summer!


Summer Resources:

  • Language Arts

    • https://www.scholastic.com/parents/books-and-reading/raise-a-reader-blog/kids-summer-reading-space.html
    • https://www.lexiacore5.com/
  • Math

    • https://www.greatschools.org/gk/articles/build-math-skills/
    • https://www.ixl.com/signin/guadalupeschool


**Coming Up**

  1. Tuesday, June 21–Summer School begins (if you have any questions about busing or enrollment, please call the school at 801-531-6100)
  2. Monday, August 22–Return to School 


Ways to support your child’s learning throughout the summer:
  • read for 20 minutes every night
  • have your child talk about what they read using complete sentences
  • ask your child to tell you about a successful moment each day and set goals for the next day
  • use opportunities throughout the day to promote learning (having children help count money or calculate costs when shopping, letting them practice making change, skip counting on a walk around the block, etc.)




Jamie Jensen

Jamie was born in Utah, but moved frequently for the first part of her childhood and spent a good number of years in Texas while growing up. As a child, Jamie knew that she would grow up to be either a teacher or a pediatric nurse. She began attending the University of Utah with a plan in place to eventually graduate from the College of Nursing and began working at a child care center on the university campus causing her to change her mind and switch to education. She graduated with a B.S. in Education in 2010 and began working in the Early Learning Center in the preschool program in August of that year. She has been a teacher at Guadalupe ever since moving from preschool, to second grade and finally in her current position in third grade. Jamie also supervises the OST programs (Afterschool and Summer School) and loves having adventures all year round that she normally would not experience; with the additional bonus of being able to have these experiences with past and future students. When Jamie is not at Guadalupe School, she is usually spending time with her nieces and nephews, watching a movie (action or comedy, please!), or relaxing with a good book. This is her 11th year at Guadalupe and she has loved every minute of her time here.


Now enrolling students for the Early Learning Center and K-6 Charter School