• Welcome to Second Grade!
    My goal for us this year is to learn, grow, and have fun. We will work cooperatively, encourage one another and treat each other with respect and kindness. 
    I look forward to meeting you and having a successful school year together!
    Please visit this page for classroom information and updates. You will also find links to online games and activities which will reinforce the skills we are learning in our classroom. 
    If you have questions or concerns,
    please feel free to contact me:
    609-494-2341 ext.1223
    What We Are Learning: Week of 3/20

    Spelling- Diphthong oo

    Red Words- 

    *Spelling Test: Friday, 3/24

    Journey's Story: Jellies: The Life of Jellyfish

    Fact/ Opinion; Author's Purpose; Suffixes -er, -est; Verbs: Past, Present, and Future;

    Handwriting Practice; Journal Response; iReady

     Math- *Topic 7 Test: Finish on Monday, 3/20

    Topic 9 Numbers to a Thousand Intro; Lessons 9-1 to 9-4; 

    iReady/ Mathseeds

    Science- Topic 4: Earth's Processes Review; Hands-On Activities

    Social Studies- Chapter 3: Government, Lesson 2: Our Government: Legislative and Judicial Branches


    Announcements & Special Events:

    Monday, 3/20 Lego Club- Grade 2
    Wednesday, 3/22 Academic Academy- ELA
    Thursday, 3/23 Academic Academy- Math
    Friday, 3/ 24 Guest Reader: Mrs. Fluehr
    Homework will be assigned nightly (Monday- Thursday), and will consist of 15-20 minutes of reading. Students are encouraged to read daily and fill out their monthly reading log calendar. Please write the number of minutes your child has read each day.  Our goal is to read 300 minutes each month! Reading log calendars will be checked every Friday. They now count as a Reading homework grade. In addition, Monday-Thursday nights, students will receive the daily math lesson assignment or basic math fact practice . These assignments should take no more than 15 minutes. There is no homework assigned over the weekend. Please check your child's agenda to view their assignments or notes from the teacher.