2nd Grade Newsletter
March 22nd - April 2nd
On Track Calendar
Get this final quarter started off right! It's time to work hard and finish the year strong by working on what we've been focusing on all year-making sure you are caught up on your OLS lessons and working on MindPlay/ExactPath regularly is key to your success! We know that summer is on the horizon but don't be tempted to slack off, keeping working hard and doing your best everyday!
Reminder: You should be working in MindPlay and on your edmentum (Exactpath) learning paths consistently! Also check Seesaw regularly so you can make sure you are up to date on any assignments.
Important Upcoming Dates
- March 15th-19th: Spring Break
- March 22nd: Report Card Day, no classes
- March 23rd: Classes resume
- April 2nd: School Break-School Closed
- May 10th-14th: NWEA End of Year Assessments
- May 26th: Last Day of School, 4th Quarter Grades Pulled
For a complete 2020-21 school calendar, please click on the PDF in the Important Websites section below.
We just wrapped up our Interims! If you did not complete your 6 assignments (3 ELA/3 Math) please get them completed ASAP so we can use that data to see how you're doing. This helps us plan for the rest of the year and see how you're progressing.
Learning Coaches, remember that ExactPath is catered to your child's specific needs based on their NWEA MAP Growth Data. Anytime you want them to get an extra boost of practice, this is a great resource to utilize!
As always, if your family is experiencing an issue with the OLS or any other K12 application, you can contact K12 Customer Support at 866-512-2273 or visit Help.K12.com
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How to Contact Your Teacher
2nd Grade Homeroom Teachers
Mrs. Allison Karisch
405-259-9478 ext. 3207
Mrs. Rebecca Wiesemann
405-259-9478 ext. 3187
Mrs. Kelley Winsett
405-259-9478 ext. 2156
What Can You Do to Help Your Child Grow?
Reading at least 20 minutes per day is a great way to increase reading fluency. Your child can work on building up their stamina by starting with just 5 minutes. You can also change up your reading space to make it fun and new! Some ideas are: reading outside, build a fort-then read in it, reading during a picnic, or read a book in bed. This website has more creative reading challenge ideas: https://www.ateachableteacher.com/free-reading-challenge/
As they read, help them practice comprehension skills like identifying the main parts of the story including details about characters, setting, beginning/middle/end, etc. They can also read a book and describe the main idea and details about the people, places, and thing in it.
Encourage them to write in fun ways, a letter to family member, creating their own story, making a journal entry, etc.
Remember to log in regularly to work on your personalized path and check for assignments from your teacher.
If you are experiencing technical issues, please use the link above or call 866-512-2273 to submit a ticket.
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