RES' 2nd Grade Newsletter

Week 18: January 8 - January 15, 2015

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Please send your child to school with a coat. We go outside with wind chills of 30 and up.

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This Week's Units of Study:

Reading & Social Studies: Topic -vs- Main Idea

Spelling: Review

Grammar: Pronouns

Writing: Personal Narrative

Science: The Moon

Math: 3 Digit addition & Subtraction with and without regrouping in problem solving.

Bring in your shoe boxes!

We have a FUN project coming up! Please send shoe boxes to school with your child!

Thank you!

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December & January Birthday Wall of Fame:

Mrs. Fite's Class:

Rana 1/6

McKinley 1/11

Nathan 1/14

Jack 1/16

Helena 1/25

Mrs. Hord's Class:

No Birthday's this month

Mrs. Martinez's Class:

Essien B. 1/17

Mrs. Miller's Class:

Timothy 1/28

Evan 1/29
Mrs. Ripple's Class:

Michael O. 1/7

Ariana H. 1/24

Paul R. 1/31

Ms. Sanderson's Class:

Adja N 1/22

Kayla W 1/9

Mrs. Wolan's Class:

Isabella M. 1/ 1

Gabrielle A.1/17

Upcoming Events in Second Grade:

January 12:

  • Principal Coffee 8:15 (Allergy Awareness Speaker)

January 14:

  • SPIRIT night @McDonalds 5pm-8pm

January 15:

  • Early Release

January 18:

  • No School- MLK

January 22:

  • Report Cards

January 26th:

  • PTA Reflections Reception/Awards

February 3:

  • Science Projects DUE!

February 4th:

  • Math & Science Night 5:00-7:30PM- (In & Out Burgers will be here until 6:30)

February 9:

  • Lockdown Drill

February 15:

  • Student Holiday

February 23:

  • Harkins Ticket Sales Kick Off

February 24:

  • Fire Drill

February 29th:

  • KISD Film Festival projects DUE

Week 18 Spelling

LIST A:

deer

near

art

dark

corn

store

star

gnat

write

care


LIST B:

clear

earn

park

farm

store

oar

dare

chair

gnat

write

Ridgeview

system

once

heavy

which


LIST C:

steer

appeared

charge

farmland

torches

soared

garlic

stare

design

knives

Ridgeview

system

once

heavy

which


VOCABULARY

orbit- The path one object takes around another

Rotate-To move in a circle in the same place

precipitation- Rain, sleet, snow, or hail that falls to the ground

evaporation- The process of turning water into a gas

freedom- The state of being free

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