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What and Who you need to know to survive the 2 nd Grade…
Meet your Classmates Staring… Daniel Marques Jeff Nikolas Tajanae Gabriela Chloe Nazar Salecia Isabelle Jay someone Zander Jaycob Timophey
Mrs. Carlile I really try to make learning fun in my classroom. I want students to do things that they love and learn while doing it! HI! Im Mrs. Carlile, and I teach 2nd grade at Roosevelt Elementary. I have a wonderful husband named John, a little boy named Parker, a cat named Peaches, and a puppy named Lola. In November of this year we will be welcoming a new little girl into our family. This is my fourth year at Roosevelt and my third year teaching second grade. I love teaching and am looking forward to this school year!
Mrs. Smith HI! Im Mrs.Smith, and I teach 2nd grade at Roosevelt School. PARENTS & GUARDIANS WELCOME!
Meet the Principal… Mrs. Pruitt is the Principal. She is excited to have you at Roosevelt this school year!
Meet other teachers your child may be working with… Mrs. Fennel is one of the other second grade teachers. She also teaches one of the 90 minute reading groups. Mrs. Adams is the music teacher at Roosevelt. Your child will visit her twice a week for 25 minutes. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Bracket are the librarians at Roosevelt. Your child will visit them once a week for 30 minutes. Mr. Stoddard teaches PE at Roosevelt. Your child will visit him twice a week for 25 minutes. Mrs. Fabyunkey is one of the Reading Teachers. She teaches one of the second grade groups.
Daily Schedule Monday-Wednesday 8:55-9:15 Begin School Day Journal Writing 9:15-11:00 Walk to Read/ Read Aloud 11:05-11:50Math 12:00-12:45Lunch/Recess 12:55-1:25 Reading Interventions 1:30-2:00Writing 2:05-2:25 Specialist, Jobs, SS, Community Building 2:30-3:00Specialist End of School Day
Daily Schedule Thursday-Friday 8:55-9:10 Begin School Day Journal Writing 9:15-10:45 Walk to Read 10:50-11:05 Read Alouds 11:05-11:50Math 12:00-12:45Lunch/Recess 12:50-1:25Science 1:30-2:30 Specialist/Fab Friday 2:30-3:00Specialist End School Day
Rainbow Chart Guidelines…Go Blue! *BlueAn Excellent Day A blue score on the rainbow chart is the goal for each student to achieve. Achieving this daily goal may be a difficult task, and Students are praised for their excellent behavior. (If a student receives a whole week of blue scores he/she will be rewarded. ) *GreenA Good Day A green score on the rainbow chart is given if a student has received a warning about their behavior. *YellowA Not So Good Day A yellow score on the rainbow chart is given if a student has received multiple warnings about their behavior. The student has also gone to think time to reflect on their poor choice(s). Student will miss recess that day, or the following day. *RedA Bad Day Punishment depends on the student and the offense, but typically: Students will have gone to think time, and chosen not to change their behavior, or take think time seriously. Student will be sent to the office. Parents will receive a note or a phone call home.
Reward Systems Individual Rewards: A blue score on the rainbow chart will give you the opportunity to have special privileges and participate in silent ball at the end of the day. Individual Rewards: A blue score on the rainbow chart will give you the opportunity to have special privileges and participate in silent ball at the end of the day. Table Group Rewards: Each table group will receive points throughout the week for their ability to work as a group and stay on task. At the end of the week the group with the highest amount of points will receive a treasure box on the last day of the week. Table Group Rewards: Each table group will receive points throughout the week for their ability to work as a group and stay on task. At the end of the week the group with the highest amount of points will receive a treasure box on the last day of the week. Whole Class: Using the Sky is the Limit poster, the class will be able to move their parachute up one cloud towards their goal if they are Wowing me. Once the class reaches the sun they will have a party. Whole Class: Using the Sky is the Limit poster, the class will be able to move their parachute up one cloud towards their goal if they are Wowing me. Once the class reaches the sun they will have a party.
Monthly Cultural Celebrations Sep/Oct- Hispanic November-Native American December- European January- Asian February- African American March- Celebrate Womens History April- WASL May- Pacific Islander
A Look Ahead…. First Day of SchoolSeptember 5 th ConferencesOctober 8 th and 9 th Veterans DayNovember 12 th Thanksgiving BreakNovember 22 nd -23 rd Christmas BreakDecember 20 th -Jan. 2 nd MLK DayJanuary 21 st Presidents DayFebruary 18 th ConferencesMarch 11 th -12 th Spring BreakMarch 31st-April 4 th Memorial DayMay 26 th Last Day of SchoolJune 17 th
90 Minute Reading Block Students spend 90-120 minutes a day working in a reading group that meets their skill level. As a school Roosevelt uses a reading curriculum called Open Court. Students spend 90-120 minutes a day working in a reading group that meets their skill level. As a school Roosevelt uses a reading curriculum called Open Court. Open Court Reading is a research-based curriculum grounded in systematic, explicit instruction of phonemic awareness, phonics and word knowledge, comprehension skills and strategies, and inquiry skills.
Saxon Math Developed by John Saxon Saxon Math involves teaching a new mathematical concept every day and constantly reviewing old concepts. Some the many mathematical concepts your child will learn in second grade include: Addition/Subtraction Borrowing/Carrying Telling Time Problem Solving Calendar Graphing Information Patterns Beginning Multiplication
Second Grade Science Units Insects In the Insects unit, the students will be able to learn about various insects, their life cycles, and how they are important to the earth. Insects will be brought into the classroom and students will be able to study them for themselves! Balance and Motion In the balance and motion unit, students experience why/how some things move from one place to another or why some things move around and around in a rotational motion. They learn to modify unstable systems, construct toys that spin, and describe various motions. In the balance and motion unit, students experience why/how some things move from one place to another or why some things move around and around in a rotational motion. They learn to modify unstable systems, construct toys that spin, and describe various motions. The Pebbles, Sand, and Silt This unit provide experiences that heighten students' awareness of rocks as earth materials and natural resources. They will come to know rocks by many names and in a variety of sizes. Pebbles and sand are the same materialjust different sizes.
Step Up to Writing The main focus of Step-Up is organization. Color-coding enables your students to visualize writing organization. Using the colors of a traffic signal, students are better able to see which aspects of their writing need improvement. They can also verify the logic and organization of their ideas. Prioritizing and supporting thoughts are no longer vague conceptsstudents understand where their writing needs to go and how to get there.
What to Expect for Homework Homework packets are given out weekly. Packets include a reading log, and other work that students have been working on in class. Students will receive their packets Monday at the end of the day. Packets should be turned in completed on Friday morning. Students will receive daily math homework corresponding to the days math lesson. Homework at Second grade is designed to be done WITH PARENTAL SUPPORT. Your child will not be able to complete and get credit for their homework without your participation. This is done because studies have proven that doing homework with support leads to better comprehension and understanding, not to mention it is time they get to spend with you! Their special time!
2nd Grade Booklist Amelia Bedelia (I Can Read Book Series) by Peggy Parish, Fritz Siebel (illus.) Amelia Bedelia (I Can Read Book Series) by Peggy Parish, Fritz Siebel (illus.) You Can't Eat Your Chicken Pox, Amber Brown by Paula Danziger, Tony Ross (illus.) You Can't Eat Your Chicken Pox, Amber Brown by Paula Danziger, Tony Ross (illus.) Chicken Soup with Rice, A Book of Months by Maurice Sendak Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown, Steve Bjorkman (illus.) The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein The Great Kapok Tree A Tale of the Amazon Rain Forest by Lynne Cherry Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkes Stellaluna by Janell Cannon, Jewell Cannon Other great books include the Magic Tree House and the Junie B. Jones series
Parent-Teacher Communication We encourage you to take the time to familiarize yourself with whats going on in the classroom. Please access Mrs. Carliles smart page located on the school website. It will keep you up to date with important classroom information. Our doors are always open and we are able to talk before or after school. Please feel free to call me at 571-4442, or Mrs. Smith at 571-4441 with any questions or concerns that you may have.
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