RES' 2nd Grade Newsletter

Week 16: December 12th- December 19th, 2014

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CONGRATULATIONS Mrs. Martinez's Class!!!

Great job on having the MOST wins in ALL second grade this six weeks! I wonder who will be our next recipient of the Mathelete Trophy??! Keep up the great work second graders and continue to study your math addition adn subtraction facts everyday!

HAPPY FRIDAY! ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND!

Happy Friday Dance

Be sure to double check that your child leaves the house with thier coat!

Students that are properly dressed and have a jacket will be going outside when temperatures and wind chills are 40 and below. Students who are not dressed properly will be sent to the office for recess. When temperatures are 32 or below, there will be no outdoor activities.
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Library Schedule

Monday:

  • Martinez-8:30-9:00
  • Miller- 1:45-2:15

Tuesday:

  • Hord- 1:45-2:15

Wednesday:

  • Fite- 1:45-2:15

Thursday:

  • Henderson- 9-9:30
  • Ripple- 1:45-2:15

This Week's Units of Study:

Reading: Compare & Contrast

Writing: Expository with sensory language

Spelling Pattern: ear, eer, ere

Grammar: Verbs

Social Studies: Holiday Traditions

Math: 3 digit addition/subtraction

Upcoming Events in Second Grade:

December 19th:

  • Classroom Winter Parties @2

December 22nd- January 2nd:

  • Winter Break

January 5th:

  • Student Holiday

January 15th:

  • McDonalds Spirit Night

January 19th:

  • MLK Day- NO SCHOOL

January 23rd:

  • Early Release @ 12

February 5th:

  • Math & Science Night

February 16th:

  • KISD No school- Bad weather Make up Day
The Penguin Song Happy Birthday

Birthday Wall of Fame

Mrs. Fite's Class:

-No Birthdays this month

Mrs. Henderson's Class:

- No Birthdays this month

Mrs. Hord's Class:

-Kaleb 12/5

-Brianna 12/7

-Autumn 12/16

-Chloe 12/29

Mrs. Martinez's Class:

-Morgan F. 12/16

-Kayce M. 12/30

Mrs. Miller's Class:

-Sydnee C. 12/12
Mrs. Ripple's Class:

-Skylar B. 12/1

Ridgeview Elementary's 2nd Grade Teachers:

Home Access Center (HAC)

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