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Atwood, LeeAnn
2nd Grade Teacher
Boyd, Jade
2nd Grade
Clark, Shaina
2nd Grade
McCarty, Lauren
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Nader, Martha
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Grading Scale

A 100-93

B 92-85

C 84-75

D 74-67

F 66 and below

Second Grade
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Reading

Unit 5: Responsibility

What does it mean to be responsible?

Please click on a date to see the weekly binder page for spelling words, vocabulary, and skills that we are working on!

 

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Important Dates

March 23- Class Pictures- Students must wear schools uniforms!

 

March 25- April 3- SPRING BREAK

 

April 5- 2nd grade Honor Roll Assembly @ 1:30 in the MPB

 

April 19- Field Trip (Students are encouraged to wear class shirts!)

                         
                  

Homework

Your child should bring home a Homework Packet every Monday. This packet contains various pages to help with spelling, fluency, math, and skills we may be working on in class. Please make sure you help your child complete this packet weekly and return by FRIDAY!

Please check your child's binder for their homework chart. Homework is listed on the calendar. Extra Math homework will be sent home when skills need to be practiced.

If you have any questions, please call or email your child's teacher.

Thanks so much!

Second Grade Teachers

Brainchild

Link to Brainchild

http://core.brainchild.com/

Math

Our main focus in math will be working with adding and subtracting lengths of measurement! Please practice adding and subtracting! Also, it would be great to have your child using a ruler to measure things around the house!