Second Grade Scoop
Please send or drop off any supplies your child will need for his/her speech before school on the presentation day. We do not want any interruptions while students present, as this can cause extra stress and frustration.
Please return the topic sheet by Monday, May 12. See back of newsletter for the date your child gives his/her speech.
Fun Fair – May 9 from 5:00-8:00 pm
Volunteer Breakfast – May 15 from 7:45-8:45am in the WW gym
Sports Day – May 15 from 1-3 pm
ALL BOOKS DUE TO LIBRARY- May 16th
Visit OHA – May 28
Second Grade Picnic – June 3
You are invited to attend the Volunteer Breakfast to celebrate all the work you have done to make this year a great success. Breakfast will be served from 7:45 to 8:45 in the WW gym on Thursday, May 15.
Our class will be enjoying SPORT DAY on Thursday, May 15 from 1:00-3:00. Please be sure your child is dressed for the weather, wears clothes that are easy to move in and wears tennis shoes. If you would like to help with Sport Day, please contact Mrs. Sommer at 407-2446.
We will walk to OHA on May 28 to meet the third grade teachers and tour the school. If you would like walk over with us, meet us at the front entrance at a few minutes before 10:00. Please be sure your child has walking shoes and a snack on Wednesday, May 28.
The second grade picnic is Tuesday June 3. Incase of rain the picnic will be held Wednesday. Students will celebrate a wonderful second grade experience at the
Thanks to all those parents who have volunteered to help with the picnic. The
Report cards will be mailed home this year.
We will conduct our last round of MAP testing in our literacy and math groups in early May. Please do your best to make sure your child is here, well rested and has a nutritious breakfast/lunch that day. We have posted the MAP schedule on the second grade general information website for your convenience.
Please send a note to school if your child is staying for an after school class, going to Girl Scouts or is being picked up in the
Many students are wearing flip-flops and backless sandals to school. We discourage wearing these shoes due to toes getting stepped on, twisted ankles and the difficulty they pose to safe play on the playground. If your child must wear flip-flops, please make sure he/she has another pair of shoes to change in to for gym and outside play.
Many students are forgetting snacks each day. Please help your child remember to pack a snack each evening.