Mrs. Schleicher's Schmooze
Our Class Newsletter 3/14-3/18
Weekly Note from Mrs. Schleicher
Happy Spring!! Good luck to those in the musical on Sunday!! It is going to be amazing! We can't wait to see it as a class on Tuesday!! We will leave school around 9:45 and return around 12:30.
Thank you all for an amazing day of conferences!
Shabbat Shalom!! Stacy
What Did We Learn This Week?
Dear 2nd grade parents,
These past week we learned about the holiday of Purim by singing songs, listening to the Megillah story, practicing the blessings, reviewing the 4 Mitzvahs, reading stories, working on holiday worksheets and using short sentences expressing ideas in Hebrew.
Our letters in our ARIOT book were: פּ, פ, ף PEY, FEY, FINAL FAY )FEY SOFIT(.
Recommended Purim app:
Please enjoy this Purim recipe:
Haman’s ears—a Purim treat!
6 cups of flour
2 cups sugar
4 tbs baking powder
Dash of salt
**** mix above ingredients and make a hole in the middle.
1 cup oil
1\2 cup orange juice
Knead the dough and put in the fridge for a few hours or overnight.
**** roll out the dough with a rolling pin- sprinkle flour if sticky, cut out round circles, fill with jelly, poppy seed or chocolate kisses and fold into triangles.
**** bake in a 400 oven for about 10 minutes.
3/20- Lion King, jr. 1 PM and 7 PM
3/21- Lion King, jr. 6:30 PM
3/22- Lion King, jr. 10:30 AM (preschool show)- we will depart school around 10 and return by 12PM
3/23- Social Studies test, unit 3, open note
3/23- no homework night
3/25- 2nd grade bake sale and Purim
4/19- our class' Passover Seder, 8:15 AM
Bake Sale Important Information-Friday, March 25th
Along with the 2 dozen treats your second grader brings in, please also send them with canned goods for the Atlanta Community Food Bank so they can "purchase" treats. We will “sell” sweet treats in exchange for cans, plastic bottles, or boxed goods to benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Each item will “cost” 2 cans/plastic/boxed goods in exchange for a sweet treat. Students will be allowed to purchase 3 treats maximum! We really appreciate your donations. The Food Bank CAN’T accept glass of any kind. Here is a list of their most needed items:Below is a list of suggestions that the Food Bank needs.
Whole grain foods
Whole wheat pasta
Whole grain cereal
Whole wheat flour
Whole grain crackers
Shelf stable milk (cow, soy, rice, etc.)
Fruit, dried or canned in light syrup or juice
Low-sodium, no salt added vegetables
Low-sodium pasta sauce in plastic container
Foods high in protein
Natural peanut butter (no hydrogenated oil)
Canned tuna - canned in water, not oil
Canned salmon - canned in water, not oil
Canned chicken - canned in water, not oil
100% fruit and/or vegetable juice