2nd Grade @ ROE


Week of October 26-30


We are so excited for all of our new friends that have joined us in 2nd grade! This year is going to be filled with lots of fun adventures and laughter. We invite you to join us on our adventure of positive energy! Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.





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Fall Treat Bags

As a 2nd grade team we have decided that we are going to collect money instead of items. We will use the money collected to purchase the items for the fall treat bags. We feel that this would be best and safest as far as less exposure and handling. If you are able to please send $3 as a contribution to help fill our fall treat bags for our amazing 2nd grade students.
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Family Focus

This year we are taking more of a family focused approach to homework. We believe that spending quality family time is vital in the success of your student. We will provide family friendly, engaging homework activities and assignments. We would love if you would send us pictures of these activities and share them with us.

This weeks Family focus: Work on pumpkin projects- Due Thursday, October 29th.


ELAR: We will discuss creating mental images during reading to deepen our understanding, as well as identify and use adjectives.

Math: This week we will continue one and two step word problems using addition and subtraction up to 1,000.

Social Studies: We will identify historical figures who have exemplified good citizenship.

Science: We will compare patterns of movement.


October 26- Teacher Work Day, No school for students

October 27-30-Red Ribbon Week-

October 29- Pumpkin Projects Due-

October 3o- Story book character dress up day

November 11- Colors for Caring

November 20- Staff Development, No school for students

November 23-27- Thanksgiving Break!

-Please make sure to bring a mask every day

-Transportation changes need to be called into the front office.

-Sign up for SeeSaw to get important updates and reminders from your students teacher.

-If you have any questions or concerns, contact your student's teacher.

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