Second Grade

Second Grade

Second Grade Teachers

Mrs. Brie Cagle

Mrs. Melanie Dunker

Mrs. Tammy Wilson

Classroom Schedules

Teacher - Mrs. Brie Cagle

7:30-7:40 - LNE TV
7:40-9:30 - ELA
9:35-10:25 - Enhancements
10:30-11:30 - Math
11:35-11:55 - Read Aloud
11:55-12:25 - Lunch
12:30-12:55 - Recess
1:00-1:30 - Math
1:35-2:15 - Science & Social Studies
2:15-2:20 - Pack Up & Dismissal

Teacher - Mrs. Melanie Dunker

7:30-7:40 - LNE TV
7:40-9:30 - ELA
9:35-10:25 - Enhancements
10:30-11:30 - Math
11:35-11:55 - Read Aloud
11:55-12:25 - Lunch
12:30-12:55 - Recess
1:00-1:30 - Math
1:35-2:15 - Science & Social Studies
2:15-2:20 - Pack Up & Dismissal

Teacher - Mrs. Tammy Wilson

7:30-7:40 - LNE TV
7:40-9:30 - ELA
9:35-10:25 - Enhancements
10:30-11:30 - Math
11:35-11:55 - Read Aloud
11:55-12:25 - Lunch
12:30-12:55 - Recess
1:00-1:30 - Math
1:35-2:15 - Science & Social Studies
2:15-2:20 - Pack Up & Dismissal



Students will have spelling and math most weeks.  Both are due on Fridays.  Students are also expected to read at least 5 days a week for at least 20 minutes each day. 

Did you know?  If your child reads for 20 minutes a night, 5 nights a week this school year, they will have read 3,600 minutes over the course of the school year!  Students that read for only 4 minutes a night, 5 nights a week will have read for only 720 minutes over the school year.  Research proves that students who read at home do better in school than students who read just a little or not at all.  Reading is important!  Please don't skip it!

(Click here for the full article about nightly reading)

Student Resources

Tips to be a better student!

Reading/Writing Tips:

  • Read every night.  This will help you to become a stronger reader.

  • Go to the library.  Get a library card.  It"s free! 

  • Have a "Family Reading Time."  Read with mom or dad several days a week.  This is great special time too!

  • Ask your parents to read a bedtime story to you.  They could even read a chapter or two each night.  You could finish a chapter book in a week!

  • Work on "lightning words."  These are words you should be able to read and spell as fast as lightning!

  • Level A    Level B    Level C   Level D    Level E    Level F

  • Keep a diary or journal.  Write about your day, feelings, and special events.

Math Tips:

  • Practice your math facts daily!  Use flashcards, go outside with sidewalk chalk, have your parents test you..etc.

  • Go over any problems you miss on homework and classwork with your teacher or parents.

  • Play some of the math fun webpages on the "Student Page" of this website.

  • Play with puzzles!

  • Have a "play store" where you pretend to buy and sell items with money.

  • Help your parents cook (reading a recipe, measuring ingredients).

Math Facts & Strategies 

Hidden Pictures (math facts)

Flashcards (math facts) 

Math Cafe

Math Worksheets (facts, problem solving...etc)

Math Facts Magic

Adding Using Ten Frames

Addition Pyramid

Counting On Video

Add/Subtract Ten Video

Subtraction & Fact Families Video

Fact Family by Scholastic

Add/Subtract Game


Decomposing Numbers

Skip counting song

Missing Number Game

Adding with Regrouping

Adding with Regrouping BrainPop

Adding 2 digit #'s lesson

Adding 2 digit #'s game

Adding with Regrouping Study Jams

Ghost Blasters 

Place Value

Hundred Number Chart

Place Value Video

Place Value Video #2

Place Value Video #3

Place Value

Place Value Review

Comparing Numbers Video

Comparing Numbers Review 

Odd and Even Video

Concept: Measurement Time

Parts of the clock Video

Time to the Hour Video

Time Slideshow

Time- quarter hour video

Time to the minute video

Study Jams time

Correct Time

"Willy the Watchdog" Time

Stop the Clock!

Leveled Time Games

Telling time to the minute


Inches and feet video

Measuring inches

Measuring centimeters

Best Unit of Measurement


Interactive Thermometer

Temperature Game

Challenge Temperature!

Reading a Thermometer

Problem Solving Steps

Problem Solving

Animal Word Problems

IXL Word Problems using measurement

Adding and Subtracting Word Problems

Word Problems

Writing Equations- higher level

Thinking Games

Logic Games


What's my Attribute?


Pictographs IXL

Pictographs- Making your own 

Reading Pictographs IXL

Bar Graphs

Reading Bar Graphs IXL

Bar Graphs IXL

Graph Review

Create Your Own Graph

Venn Diagrams

Reading Venn Diagrams

Venn Diagram Video (password required)

Line Plots (Video- example 2 & 3)

Patterns & Subtraction with Regrouping

Pattern Video

Growing Patterns

Number Patterns

Growing Pattern Questions

Subtraction with Regrouping Blocks 

Subtraction with regrouping BrainPop 

Subtraction regrouping video

Blocks to model subtraction


Fractions Video

Introduction fractions video

Fraction Video #3

Study Jams Fractions

Seeing Fractions

Fraction Level Games

Fraction Bars


Bowling for Fractions

Fraction Race

Fraction Concentration

Cross the River

Fraction Game

Naming Fractions

Fraction Word Problems


Plane Shapes BP Video

What are Quadrilaterals?

Geometry Task Cards for the Smartboard

Solid Shapes Video

Hidden Solid Shapes Game

Solid Shape Pictures

Geoboard shapes

On-line Tangrams

Shape Task Cards

Rounding & Estimating

Rounding Video

Seashell Rounding

Rounding Review

Rounding Flashcards


Estimating/Rounding Video- password required

Estimating Video- password required

Football Estimating- password required


Who are the presidents on coins?

Identify coins video

Counting Coins Video

Counting Money

Money Slide

Piggy Bank

different ways to make $ video

Money Fish Tank

Saving and Spending

Counting Money

Counting Money Review

Money Game


Array Video

Array Game 

Real World Arrays  

Multiplication Video

Multiplication Video

Multiplication by Scholastic

Beginning Multiplication

Fish Multiplication

Multiplication Blocks

Ice Cream Multiplication

Multiplication Flashcards


Millionaire Multiplication

Multiplication Games

Multiplication Flashcards 


ALL 2nd Grade Math Skills

All Elementary Math Skills 

On-line Manipulatives

Calendar Video

Exactly how old are you?

BrainPop Jr user name: lakenorman  password: dolphin

Literacy Games


Raz Kids

Choosing a "Just Right Book"

I Pick Song

Parts of a non-fiction book

Reading a Non-fiction book Video

Reading Buddy Tic Tac Toe

Reading Buddy Tic Tac Toe Non-ficton

Sequencing Activities 

Reading Games

Make Predictions Video

Sequence Video

Setting Video

Character Video

Character Scrapbook

Main Idea Video 

Main Idea Song 

Beginning, Middle, End

Fact and  Opinion Video made by kids

Author's Purpose

Cause and Effect Video

Make Inferences Video

Inference Riddles 

Inference Battleship 

Inference Game 

Text Feature Rap Song 

Text Feature Video 

Book Review

Reading recipes

Speaking for a Book Report

End of Year Jeopardy Game


Stories Online (This can count for your reading homework!) 

Starfall (stories online)


A to Z Mysteries

Magic Tree House

Charlotte's Web


Palace Site- BFG

BFG Quiz

Judy Moody Site

Dr. Seuss Video

Dr. Seuss Bio


Tara and Tiree Contract

Tara and Tiree Rescue Dogs

Josh Gibson

Pumpkin Facts

Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Video

Bremen Town

Anne Frank

BrainPop Jr   user name: lakenorman   password:  dolphin


Contraction Video 

Contraction Matching

Study Flashcards 

Matching Contractions 

Contraction slide show 

Contraction Game

Contractions- Spelling City

Grammar Review

Adjectives & Adverbs Video

Nouns Video 

Nouns Game

Noun Music Video

Plural Nouns Video

Possessive Nouns Video

Plural Nouns- Spelling City

Verbs Video

Verbs in Space Game

Verb Music Video

Spider Adjective Game

Compound Words- Spelling City


Capital Letters Video

Captial Letter Powerpoint

Types of Sentences Video

Practice Writing Sentences

Subject and Predicate Music Video


Writing Using the Senses

Writing a Paragrah Video

Writing Wheel

Write your own play

Write your own story

Writing a Story Game

Writing an Autobiography

Similes Video

Simile Music Video

What is a blog?

Writing a friendly letter

Synonyms & Antonyms Video

Antonyms Spelling City

Synonymns Spelling City

Tenses Video


Vowel Game

Smash Misspelled Words


Word Wizard Dictionary

Onomatopoeia Sounds Game

Onomatopoeia Bird Matching Game

Onomatopoeia Poems


Long A Video

Ch sound Video

Short Vowels Video

Silent E Video

Th, Sh, Wh Video


Spider Poetry 

Greeting Card Poems

Giggle Poetry

Poetry Theater


Rhyming Words

Poetry Idea Engine

Write your own poetry

Science/ Social Studies Games


Rights & Responsibilities Video

Monster Who Came to School

How to Make Friends Video

Respect Music Song 

School/Community Video

Community Word Game

Different Types of Communities

Different Types of Homes

Rural and Urban Video 

Rural and Urban Video #2 

Sept 11th

Landforms & Maps

On-line World Map

Flags Around the World

Copycat Continent Game

Continent Game 

Reading Maps Video

Example of a Map (Disney)

Continent Video

Flash Earth

Desert Video

Desert Magic School Bus

Landforms Video

Enchanted Learning Landforms

Landforms video 2

Pictures of Landforms

Landform Pics- Pinterest

Landform Video made by kids!

Landforms Pinterest Page

US Landforms 


A Peek inside the White House

White House facts

Branches of Government

Government Video

President Video 

Mayor's Office

Governor of NC

Veteran's Day

Animated Video on Elections


Goods and Services Video

Needs and Wants Video

Saving and Spending Video

How Things are Made (Mr. Rogers)

How things are Made Part II

How Money is Made


Biography Video

Biography Videos

Famous African Americans

Research Famous Americans

Women Biographies

Helen Keller

Helen Keller video 

Helen Keller Timeline 

Helen Keller vertical timeline

Underground Railroad

Ruby Bridges


Matter Cards

Matter Contract

Changing Matter Video

S, L, & Gases Video

Hot Air Balloon Video 1

Hot Air Balloon Video 2

Molecules Of Matter

Matter Song

Study Jams- Solid, Liquid, Gas

Study Jams Matter

States of Matter 

Matter Changing States


Seasons Video

Storm Magic School Bus


Cloud Slideshow

Clouds with Moby

What is Weather?

Weather Video with Moby


Weather Game

Weather Forecast

Weather Web

Tornado- Video

Tree House Weather for Kids

Temperature Video

Temperature Game

Scholastic Temperature

Reading a Thermometer

Temperature Video with Moby

Weather "Wiz"

Forecasting Video

Water Cycle Video

Water Cycle Explanation

Water Cycle

Water Cycle song #1

Water Cycle song #2

Water Cycle from Scholastic

Magic School Bus Water Cycle

Weather and Climate by Scholastic

Lots of Weather Videos- BrainPop

Weather Facts


Sound Video

Introduce sound

Music and Sound Video

Taking Care of Your Ears Video

Extreme Sounds

Pitch, Tone, & Beat Video

Sound Video by Scholastic

Guitar Strings Vibrating

Ear Video

Sound Games

Protecting Our Earth

History of Earth Day

Pollution Video

Natural Res. video

Natural Resources Video

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Video

Garbage Video

Pollution Video



Recycling Magic School Bus

Going Green Song


Caring for Your Teeth Video

Washing Hands Video

Exercise is Important

Exercise Helps Your Memory

Internet Safety

Garfield Internet Safety

Brain Breaks & Exercises


Penguin Facts

Intro to Life Cycles

Life Cycle Video

More penguin info

Wildlife Cam

Life Cycles

Life Cycle of a Plant Magic School Bus



Frog Video

Bullfrog Video

Frog Magic School Bus

Interesting Facts about Frogs Video

Butterfly Video

Butterfly BrainPop

About Butterfly Wings

Butterfly Song

How to draw a butterfly 

Butterfly Magic School Bus

Chick Powerpoint

Chick Video (requires password)

Animated Chick Video (requires password)

Chick Magic School Bus

Bird Video

Spider Life Cycle 3 minute video

Lots of Different Animals 


Spider vs Bug video

Spider photographs

Spider information

Magic School Bus Spiders

Human Genetics 

Classifying Animals Video

Classify Animals Video (U.S.)

 How Animals Adapt

Animal Characteristic Game

Animal Classification Research


Halloween Video

First Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Video

Pilgrim Research

Thanksgiving Poems

Winter Holidays

Santa Letter

Winter Holidays Video

Winter Screensaver

Martin Luther King Jr

Memorial Day Poem

Paragraph about Memorial Day

Memorial Day Video

Memorial Day Video2


Fact Monster Site (facts about tons of topics)

National Geographics for Kids

Scholastic News

Science for Kids

Science Vocabulary

PBSKids-Lots of Science Videos

BrainPop Jr Science

BrainPop Jr. S.Studies

user name: lakenorman

password: dolphin

Guided Reading

Suggested Summer Sights

EOG Sample Math/Reading Passages-click on "3rd grade" at the top and you can have your child practice some Math and Reading passages before the BOG!

Reflex-students have access through the summer to practice adding/subtracting fast facts! Username is "Cagle18" and password is lunch #

Media Links-links to Bookflix and Capstone (no login required!) to read and listen to stories online

Virtual Hands-On Math Tools-(need Adobe Flashplayer) great hands-on tools kids can practice money, shapes, geoboards, and more!

Scholastic News Magazine-use "Cagle18" as Student Login and explore past issues of Scholastic News magazine! Read aloud and play fun games!

Parent Resources

Tips to Help Your Child be Successful in School

  • Ask your child about his/her school day. Instead of asking, "What did you do at school today?"  The answer is often, "nothing!"....say, " I see you're learning about _______________, tell me about what you know."  You can use the newsletters and classwork sent home ot help you know what's going on in our class.
  • Take 10- 20 minutes everyday to listen to your child. Allow him/her to tell you about any problems, funny stories, and anything else that interests them.
  • Create a smooth departure each day before school. Give your child a hug and tell him/her how proud you are of them.
  • Every once in a while sneak a "love note" in your child's snack bag or lunchbox. Tell your child how much you love him/her.
  • Family Meeting: Try having one night a week to be set aside for family meetings. This is a time for a family to have open and honest communication with one another. This is a not a time to punish or discipline, just an opportunity to listen to your child/ren's feelings and concerns. This is a way families can increase its positive relationships and grow together. (We also have class meetings at school as well).
  • Be a partner with your child's teacher.
  • Have your child be responsible for his/her homework, bookbag, snack, lunchbox...etc.
  • Make sure your child packs a water bottle and snack every day for school.
  • Eat dinner as a family at the dinner table.
  • Instead of watching a lot of television, play a family board game.
  • Click here for homework tips.
  • Make sure your child gets plenty of rest each night. Setting and keeping a bedtime will help your child do better in school.
  • Have your child eat a healthy breakfast every morning.

Reading Ideas

  • Read with your child. If your child struggles with reading, he/she should read aloud to you most days. If your child is a strong reader, have your child read aloud to you once a week. Listen for common missed words, fluency, and expression. Remember to ask questions to see if he/she is comprehending what is being read.
  • Have your child/children get library card(s). It's free and easy! This will encourage you and your child to visit the library more often!
  • Subscribe to a children's magazine.
  • Read a bed-time story to your child most nights. You could start a chapter book and read 1 or 2 chapters each night. Not only does this give you and your child "special time," but it will also help him/her to become a stronger reader.
  • Start a "Family Reading Time." Have several days each month for a "Family Reading Time."  This is a time where the whole family reads for 15-30 minutes. It is essential for children to see their parents read. They need to see that Mom and Dad believes that reading is important too.
  • Work on "Lightning" words (these are words your child should know as fast as lightning!) Click on the links below to find the words most often used in reading and writing. The first 3 levels of the Fry list represent about two-thirds of all the words students encounter in their reading. Students should be able to recognize these words instantly and accurately (i.e., become part of their sight vocabularies) in order to read with fluency. Each level has a higher level of difficulty. Print out one list at a time to see if your child can read the words as fast as lightning! Once they can, go up a level. Really brag on your child each time! By the end of second grade students should know at least the first 4 levels.
  • Level A Level B Level C Level D Level E Level F
  • "Booknic"-- Go on a picnic and bring books to the park for a relaxing reading day!
  • "Extended Bedtime"-- Give your child the option of going to bed and turning out the lights, or going to bed and reading 15 minutes. The strategy here is that children are excited about staying up later and they think they are "getting away" with something, and they are! They're reading!

Math Ideas

  • Practice addition/subtraction facts and strategies such as doubles (3+3, 4+4), doubles plus one (3+4, 4+5), adding ten (10+2= 12, 10+ 6=16...)
  • ClickFun Easy Math Games to Play at Home
  • Have your child count out money to a cashier when buying an item. It might take a little longer, but it's worth it.
  • Use food to review math skills. For example, divide a pizza into eighths (fractions), group M&M's into pairs to see if a number is even or odd, subtract and add using macaroni...etc.  
  • Play games and solve puzzles. Play games that involve counting, such as those with spinners, dice, or cards. Puzzles, especially shape puzzles, build problem-solving skills, shape recognition, and spatial concepts.
  • Set up a play store. As your child pretends to buy and sell groceries, toys, and so forth, he learns about counting, arithmetic, problem solving, and simple money concepts.
  • Have your child check out math picture books from the library.  There are a lot of fun math picture books in the library.  These books are about all different types of math (fractions, adding, money, odd/even numbers, shapes, time...).  This often helps kids to review a math concept.  For students who don't like math, this can help to make it fun!
  • Practice Adding a Different Way: When teaching children how to add 26 plus 32, show how they can break the 26 into 20 plus 6, and the 32 into 30 plus 2. Then they can add the tens together, to get 50, and the ones to get 8, to come up with the correct answer of 58. Not only can children do such calculations more easily in their heads, but breaking the numbers up in a different way helps them understand the value of the numbers — that the 2 in 26 and the 3 in 32 aren’t really 2 and 3 at all, but 20 and 30.

Talking with Your Child

  • Are you looking for more than one-word answers from your child/ren about their school day? Below are some ways to find out what's really going on with your kid(s).
    • Share some of your day.
  • Model for your child what a good conversation sounds like. "One thing that I liked today was_____." "This activity was hard, but I did it anyway_____." Once you share, then ask your child about their day.
    • Ask specific questions. Such as:
  • What did you do in math today?
  • Who did you play with on the playground?
  • What was your favorite activity today?
  • Tell me something that you learned.
    • Practice conversation skills.
  • As you and your child are talking with one another, practice showing eye contact, a warm greeting, taking turns speaking, and proper body language. This is an important social skill to help children develop.
    • Let your child unwind.
  • Think about your own after-work needs. Just like you, kids need time to wind-down after school. Try not to jump right in with questions about school the moment your kids are dismissed. Give your child time to get home, unwind, and sit with a snack. You might even want to wait until dinner.
    • Play a Conversation Game.
  • Children at this age have rich imaginations and love stories.  Try turning school conversations into stories.  Begin by saying, "Today, I went to school and sat down right next to ___________."  Let your child fill in the blank.  "In math we learned about _________.  My favorite activity was ____________.  Continue until you get to the end of the day, or until you're satisfied that you've heard more than your child would normally volunteer.
    • Start a "Names I Know" list.
  • Have your child start a list called "Names I Know" or "My Class."  Keep it on the refrigerator.  Ask specific questions about the kids on the list.  Keeping an on-going list serves as a memory jogger for your child and a conversation starter for you.
    • Get the facts straight.
  • From time to time you might hear information that may concern you about your child's day at school.  Don't ponder the details-- ask the teacher!  It could be that you and your child's teacher is using different terminology, and your child is confused by your questions.  On the other hand, if your child complains about being teased or picked on, or repeats a complaint with regularity, there may be a problem.  Asking the teacher is the best way to find out.

~ Brought to you by the American School Counselor Association.

Other Online Tips


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When does school begin and end? 
The tardy bell rings at 7:30.  This means that students are to be in their classrooms by this time.  School dismisses at 2:20.  If students have an appointment, they must either be picked up after 11:00 or come to school before 11:00 to be counted present. 

Can I help out in class? 
Yes!  We would love to have your help!  Due to recent budget cuts, we only have one assistant for all of 2nd and 3rd grade!  There are lots of ways that you can volunteer depending on what you enjoying doing.  You can even help out from home!  Click here for a list of ways that you can volunteer.  Please e-mail me if you are interested in volunteering. 

What will my child be learning this year? 
Here's a complete list of what we'll be learning this year:  Second Grade Curriculum.  Here is a parent guide created by ISS.

What's the best way to contact you if I have a question? 
The best way to reach teachers is by email. Email is usually checked several times each day. You may also write a note in your child's home folder or call the school at 704-662-8261.

How do I know what's going on in class?
There are lots of ways that you can be informed about your child's second grade year. 

  • Ask your child (This sounds simple, but sometimes we forget to ask!)
  • Volunteer
  • Read the weekly newsletter on our class website
  • Look at your child's classwork and tests
  • Bookmark our class website and visit it often (it's updated at least once a week)
  • E-mail the teacher with any questions or concerns.

What does my child have for homework?
Students will have spelling and math most weeks.  Both are due on Friday each week.  Students are also expected to read at least 5 days a week for at least 20 minutes each day. 

Did you know?  If your child reads for 20 minutes a night, 5 nights a week this school year, they will have read 3,600 minutes over the course of the school year!  Students that read for only 4 minutes a night, 5 nights a week will have read for only 720 minutes over the school year.  Research proves that students who read at home do better in school than students who read just a little or not at all.  Reading is important!  Please don't skip it!

(Click here for the full article about nightly reading)

How will my child be graded? 
Report Card Standards:  S= Satisfactory, N= Needs Improvement, U= Unsatisfactory
For 3rd and 4th quarter, we will put exact grades on classwork, tests, and homework to help prepare students for 3rd grade. 
A: 90-100
B:  80-89
C: 70-79
D: 60-69
F: Below 60

What does the word "corrected" mean on my child's work?
We try to help students correct mistakes they made on their classwork. Once we help students fix their mistakes, we write "corrected" on their papers.  This lets you know that your child has corrected problems they missed.  We obviously can't do this for every assignment, but feel it's important that students learn from their mistakes.  Please encourage your child to correct problems missed on tests and work.  This will help prevent them from making the same mistakes over and over.

What do I do when my child is sick? 
Please complete the online absence form about why your child is out from school. You are also welcome to e-mail your child's teacher and they can send home missed work with a sibling or neighbor (or it can be left in the office for you to pick up).  Click here to read the ISS attendance policy.

Can I eat lunch with my child? 
We would love to have you join us for lunch.  Our lunch time is 11:25.  If it is nice weather, please eat at the picnic tables right outside the cafeteria with your child.  This will help us with seating.  We look forward to seeing you soon!

When can my child go to the library? 
Students have the opportunity to go to the library every day. We have media class once a week. However, students are allowed to return and check out books every day.  Second graders are allowed to check out 2 books at a time.

What about my child's birthday? 
Students love to share their birthdays with one another!  Students are allowed to bring in birthday treats to share during our lunch time.  If you choose to send in a treat, please make sure it is cut and ready to serve.  All food must be store bought and not homemade (this is district policy). If your child has a birthday on a "non-school" day or during the summer months, you may bring in a birthday treat on a day that is convenient for you and your family.

Mystery Readers

What is the Mystery Reader Program?  Special guests come to our class and read a story.

Who are Mystery Readers? Mystery Readers can be parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, older siblings, and anyone special to your child.

When?  The best days are Mondays and Fridays at 11:00am or 1:45pm.   However, if these days/times don't work, please let me know.

Why? To let your child and our class know that reading is important.  It is also a great way to surprise your child!

Where do I get the book? You can either choose a favorite book that you and your child enjoy, or I can pick one out for you.  You might want to bring 2 books. 

If possible, please send in several clues.  To make this a real "mystery," please send in 3-5 clues about you (examples: where you were born, favorite color, number of people in your family, favorite food, favorite sport, hobby...etc).  Students enjoy guessing who they think the mystery reader will be. Please email your clues or send them in a sealed envelope.  Please try and not tell your child.  Remember that you are a "mystery."

How do I sign up?  Email the teacher or write a note in your child's home folder to let me know you are interested.  It usually works better to have only one parent each day!  So, sign up today!

Can I be a Mystery Reader more than once?  YES!  Please do!

DI Second Grade

DI Second Grade Teachers

Sra. Clara Avila

Mrs. Erin Vallerio

Classroom Schedules

Teacher - Srta Clara Avila

7:30-7:40 - LNE TV
7:40-9:30 - ELA
9:35-10:25 - Enhancements
10:30-11:30 - Math
11:35-11:55 - Read Aloud
11:55-12:25 - Lunch
12:30-12:55 - Recess
1:00-1:30 - Math
1:35-2:15 - Science & Social Studies
2:15-2:20 - Pack Up & Dismissal

Teacher - Mrs. Erin Vallerio

7:30-7:40 - LNE TV
7:40-9:30 - ELA
9:35-10:25 - Enhancements
10:30-11:30 - Math
11:35-11:55 - Read Aloud
11:55-12:25 - Lunch
12:30-12:55 - Recess
1:00-1:30 - Math
1:35-2:15 - Science & Social Studies
2:15-2:20 - Pack Up & Dismissal


Student Resources

Parent Resources