October 7, 2019

Hello Second -Grade All-Star Parents!

Our second graders are awesome!

Language Arts: We will begin unit 2 this week. We will practice fluency and decoding; Develop and increase their comprehension; Develop Vocabulary; Write an Informative/ Explanatory writing; Practice our Handwriting, Vocabulary, and Phonics. Our Lesson and Spelling Assessments will be given every Friday.
Spelling words and homework are attached to our class webpage.

Math: Last week we began Chapter 3 (Place Value) and will continue this week.

Social Studies: Students continue Unit 2 (Native American Indians). Next week we will learn about Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest.

Science: Students will discuss and review our Unit on Habitats and complete their unit test on Thursday, October 10th.

Religion: Students will create a Rosary Book to experience the Rosary as a special prayer. Our Saint Project is due on November 1st. Students will present their shields in class.

***Important Dates
Oct. 7th- Vision Screening
Oct. 11th – End of 1st Quarter

Our field trip is on October 25th. Please return all forms and money for the fieldtrip by Friday, October 11th. The cost is $14. Each class can have two chaperones. Please see the field trip forms for more information.

Thank you as always for your love and support! We are going to have an amazing year!
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
God Bless!
Mrs. Ferry

Homework Oct 7-11 (002)Spelling Words Oct 7-11 (002)

Our Pre-K students had so much fun with all the activities during Catholic Schools Week. The hats, pj’s, team shirts, and story book character day were a hit. Thank you to the many families who brought in cans of fruit to support Catholic Charities and the Food Pantry. As a thank you, if your child brought cans, they will have a free dress day on Tuesday, February 5, 2019.

In religion we began the 10 Commandments and your child learned that God Is number 1. Each week they will take home another commandment until we finish all ten. This is a great project to display either on the refrigerator or in their room to encourage them to remember the rules God asks us to follow.

Have a wonderful long weekend and remember there is no school on Monday, February 4th.

Ms. Stahmer

 

 

This program supports, facilitates and encourages classroom instruction, student achievement and character development.  It assists students in acquiring and using life-long learning skills. The program helps to ensure that students at Blessed Trinity Catholic School have a safe and nurturing learning environment. More specifically, our school counseling program employs strategies to enhance academics, encourage self-awareness, assist in faith development, foster communication skills, respect and empathy for others.

 

 

This program supports, facilitates and encourages classroom instruction, student achievement and character development.  It assists students in acquiring and using life-long learning skills. The program helps to ensure that students at Blessed Trinity Catholic School have a safe and nurturing learning environment. More specifically, our school counseling program employs strategies to enhance academics, encourage self-awareness, assist in faith development, foster communication skills, respect and empathy for others.