Welcome to C2!
Think. Innovate. Create ~ The Pike Road Way.
Welcome to second grade! We are so excited about the upcoming year and getting to know all of you. We know we are going to have a great year filled with learning, exploring, and fun! We are looking forward to working with both parents and learners
to form a team of actively exploring learners. We hope to be able to work together to encourage each child’s individual development and overall growth.
To work together, we would like to begin by making you and your child feel at home here at school. It also means we will need to get to know the uniqueness of your child. This includes his or her learning styles, interests, and past experiences. We are here to love and protect your sons and daughters while they are away from you. And while a need for education may be the reason they walk through the door, our deepest desire is that our learners know they are loved and cared for.
Please take a minute to look through the following school information so that you will be more informed in preparing your child for the first days of school. Feel free to contact us through email. Our communication is extremely important!
We cannot wait to get started! We know we are going to have a wonderful year together.
Meet Your Lead Learners!
Sara Steindorff received her B.S. in Elementary Education from Troy University. This is her fourth year of teaching. She has been married for one year to her husband, Will and is very excited to meet all of our new C2 Patriots!
Kayla Franklin received her B.S. in Childhood Education from Auburn University at Montgomery. This is her second year of teaching. She is married and has three children. Two attend PRS. A son entering Community 1 and a daughter in the POPPIE program. She is excited for another year at PRS and looks forward to meeting this years Community 2 Patriots!
Hannah Moore received her B.S. in Elementary Education from Troy University. This is her fourth year of teaching. She recently got married last June and is excited to meet all of our new Community 2 Patriots!
Lauren Davis received her B.S. and M.Ed. in Elementary Education from Auburn University and her Ed.S. in Gifted Education from Univ. of Alabama. This is her ninth year of teaching. She is married to her husband of five years and happy dog-mom of 2 chocolate labs. 2nd graders are incredible people to be with each day and she can't wait to get this 2016-2017 year started with them!
Cyndal Whiten received her B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Alabama State University. This is her first year teaching. She is engaged and will be getting married next summer. She is excited to be at Pike Road and can't wait to meet all of her 2nd grade learners.
Shelia Daniel received her B.S. in Elementary Education from Auburn University and her M.S. in School Counseling from Troy University in Phenix City. This is her twenty-second year in education. She has been married for twenty-six years and has four children. Two of her children will be attending PRS. She is very excited to be a PRS Patriot and is looking forward to meeting all her 2nd grade Patriots!
TRAVEL light this year!
*Hobby Lobby sells these for $1.99 and you can use their 40% off coupon.
School Start Time: 8 AM
School End Time: 3 PM
Community 2 "Specials" Block: 11:00-11:45 AM
(Chinese, Band, Music, Drama, PE, Art)
Community 2 Lunch Block: 11:55 AM - 12:35 PM
Breakfast Price: $2.00
Lunch Price: $3.25 ($4.00 visitors) Your child will receive/be reminded of their lunch # on the first day of school.
Lunch account payment - https://paypams.com/
** To receive text reminders from your C2 lead learners, please text “@Community2” to 334-830-4410 to sign up!
Mark Your Calendar!
Meet Your Teacher - Wednesday, August 3: 12-1 PM or 6-7 PM
First Day of School - Wednesday, August 10
Patriot Parent Seminar (12-1 PM or 6-7 PM) - Tuesday, August 23
No School - Monday, September 5
Fall Parent Conferences - Monday, October 10
Please fill out the form below to give us some important information about your child
Each day at school, your child can have a “working snack” mid-morning because we
all need energy to fuel our brains! You may send a healthy snack that he or she likes but please make sure it is already prepared for your child to eat.
What can my child bring for a snack?
Sliced or cubed cheese
Raisins or dried fruit
Crackers (Goldfish, Wheat thins, Cheez-Its, etc)
Pretzels & hummus
Bottle of water
What should my child not bring for a snack?
Candy bars or chocolates
Cake or brownies
**Donations of boxes of Goldfish, Wheat Thins, Cheez-Its, 100 calorie packs, cereal, etc., are greatly appreciated!
Mrs. Daniel firstname.lastname@example.org Rm 237
Miss. Whiten email@example.com Rm 240
Mrs. Steindorff firstname.lastname@example.org Rm 242
Mrs. Franklin email@example.com Rm 244
Mrs. Moore firstname.lastname@example.org Rm 244