Ms Greenlee's Class

2G at American School of Doha

Dates to Remember:

October 8 AMA Bake Sale

October 11-14 PTA Book Fair

October 18 Let’s Do Math Workshop Parents Grade 2 October

October 21/22 Parent/Teacher Confer. 3:40-7:20, 7:40-12:00

October 27 Halloween Classroom Party - 40 minutes

October 27 Halloween Carnival

October 27 Full Day Tuesday – Thursday Schedule

October 28 Professional Development Day For Teachers – No School for Students

October 29 Day Off!!

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One way to practice math facts.

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A library available wherever you have an internet connection.

Brief Subject Updates -- Click on buttons below to open parent letters for each subject

  • Math: Students finished up their unit on adding and subtracting linear measurements. The assessment was given Today and I will be looking them over shortly. As for next week, students will be taking their number knowledge up to 1000. We will begin with the concept of bundling many smaller units (i.e. tens) to make one larger unit (i.e. a hundred). This foundational unit helps students gain a flexibility with larger numbers to 1000, and it sets the stage for later units on triple digit addition/subtraction and repeated addition. Look for the parent newsletter on Sunday for more information!

  • Reading: Thank you to the parent volunteers that helped us wrap up our Strong Reading Habits unit with a reading celebration. Prior to this students self reflected on their reading habits using a checklist format. This same process was helpful for setting goals that will carry on into our next reading unit.

  • Writing: As we wrapped up the unit on Personal Narratives, we payed particular attention to revising and editing. We used a Conventions Checklist to remind us what and how to check spelling and punctuation. Stories were published and shared with peers as a celebration of the writing unit.

  • Social Studies: Students learned the importance of digital citizenship this week. We understand no matter the community, citizens should be respectful, honest, considerate, and responsible. Next week we are looking forward to our new science unit all about the life cycles of plants and animals. We’ll begin by dissecting a seed in the science lab!
  • Health: Remember to send healthy snacks.

Halloween Information

Halloween Carnival

This year our SPOOKTACULAR Halloween Carnival will be held at ASD onTuesday October 27th from 5:30-7:30pm. All students Pre-K - Grade 5 are invited to attend. We need parent volunteers! If you interested in helping please fill out the form sent home with your child or contactmmartin@asd.edu.qa

Tickets will be sold BEFORE the carnival. Ticket forms will be sent homeThursday October 15th. This event is for ASD students and their families ONLY.

Pumpkin Patch

The annual Pumpkin Patch will be held in the Administration Foyer fromSunday, October 25th - Tuesday, October 27th from 7:30am-3:30pm. This is a cash ONLY event that everyone really enjoys and is a great opportunity to do some Halloween shopping. Items include fun gadgets, yummy treats, pumpkins and decorations.

PTA Book Sale

The PTA is excited to bring the opportunity for students, parents and teachers to buy new books in the Elementary Presentation Room. There will be lots of fantastic titles not available in Doha. Prices rage from 15 QR to 80 QR

Our class will be going to the book fair on ( DATE:TBA) (TIME:TBA)

Monday October 12th and Tuesday October 13th -
Reserved for class visits
Wednesday October 14th and Thursday October 15th
The Book Fair will be open to all parents from 7:40am - 3:30pm or until quantities are gone

Information From Our Nurses

There are students in your child’s class who have nut allergies. A child with nut allergy can develop mild or severe reactions if they come in contact with the said allergen. Please take note of the following measures:

· Please be considerate of your child’s classmates when sending in snacks (if possible, to avoid sending any nuts or nut products)
· Children should be encouraged to wash their hands before and after lunch, prior to returning to the classroom to avoid any cross-contamination.
· For any special occasions, please be reminded that any food brought in to the class should be nut free.

Please contact the nurse office or your homeroom teacher if you have any questions or concern. Thank you for your cooperation