Welcome to Second Grade
Pictured L-R: Mrs. Dantzler, Ms. Der, Mrs. Brown, Ms. Wolfe
- Mrs. Dantzler's Schedule
- Ms. Der's Schedule
- Ms. Wolfe's Schedule
Please make sure your child has a quiet place in which to study, read, and do homework. Your child should read at home daily for 15-20 minutes. Making this activity a family affair will make nightly reading more meaningful. A weekly book report may be assigned on Mondays and will be due on Thursday. Long term book projects and reading incentive programs will be explained and assigned throughout the year.
Basic addition and subtraction fact families should be practiced every day. These will be assigned on Fridays with a timed "speedo" test given the following Friday. A good way to study basic facts is to make flash cards and use manipulatives. Remember to focus on related fact families (3+9=12, 9+3=12, 12-9=3, 12-3=9).
Each Friday the week's work and notices will be sent home. (On occasion, notices will also be sent home in the homework folder.) Please help your child correct errors on assignments. Ask your child questions about his/her completed work. Signed folders should be returned on Mondays.
In alignment with our school policy, no food may be brought in to celebrate your child's birthday. This policy was adopted for the 2016-17 school year due to allergy concerns. ;If you and your child wish to bring in something to celebrate his or her birthday, please consider donating a book to the classroom library or sending in a trinket for each student such as a pencil, small toy, eraser, etc.