SJV is celebrating our 15th anniversary this year, and we have special edition spirit t-shirts to commemorate the occasion. These t-shirts can be worn on Spirit Fridays, to athletic events, or anytime you want to show your Wildcat school spirit. This will be a one-time order. Not a fan of these shirts? Don’t worry! All new spirit t-shirts and hoodies have been ordered for the spirit shop in the school office. We’ll let you know when they arrive. In the meantime, you can check out samples of the anniversary tees in the office. But don’t delay! We are only taking orders through November 15.
Posts from the ‘Grade 2’ Category
10/31 Fall Party- Trunk-or-Treat
11/1 All Saints’ Day- Mass at 10:30am
11/2 Mass 10:30am
11/3 Adoration, Reading Test, Spelling Test
Reading: We are reading “Hungry Hoppers: Grasshoppers in Your Backyard,” an expository text about the life cycle of grasshoppers. Vocabulary words are antennae, cycle, fussy, sensing, and dull. Test is on Friday.
Spelling: Test on Friday
tail, reach, queen, fear, say, gave, sweet, acorn, player, eve, underneath, always, depend, wait, sneeze
Language: We are writing paragraphs titled “How to Carve a Pumpkin.” We will also be identifying and writing plural nouns.
Math: This week we are learning how to estimate, round to the nearest ten, and count by 3s and 4s.
Religion: Students have been researching saints and learning about their lives. They will finish up these projects in class. We will then learn all about Moses and the Ten Commandments.
Social Studies: This week we will begin learning about the explorers who came to North America and Native Americans.
10/23-10/27 Red Ribbon Week
10/24 Reading Test
10/26 Religion Test
10/27 Spelling Test
10/30 Reading Test
10/31 Fall Party, Trunk or Treat
Each day this week the school will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week in a different way.
Monday: Wear Red Day
Tuesday: “Hats Off to Being Drug Free”- Students may wear a hat with their regular uniform.
Wednesday: “Sock it to Drugs”- Students may wear crazy socks with their regular uniform.
Thursday: “Hug, Not Drugs”-Students may bring in their favorite stuffed animal to hug during the day.
Friday: “I’m Too Bright for That”-Students may wear sunglasses with their regular uniform.
Reading: The test over Ants! They are hard workers is on Tuesday. We will start reading If You Find a Rock on Wednesday and will take the test over this selection on Monday October 30th. Vocabulary words are chain, trace, fossil, print, and outstretched.
Spelling: Test Friday.
stay, rain, base, April, May, chain, trace, play, paid, fable, waist, railroad, pavement, flavor, Thursday
Language: This week we are comparing common and proper nouns. We will also be learning to capitalize proper nouns like holidays, days of the week, months, and names of specific people, places, and things.
Math: We will be comparing numbers using <, >, and =. We will also be ordering two-digit numbers and estimating groups of items up to 100.
Religion: This week we are learning about Abraham and David and how they trusted in God. A test over Baptism, Noah, Abraham, and David will be on Thursday.
Science: As this is Red Ribbon Week, we will be discussing how to take care of our bodies by staying away harmful substances, like household cleaners, cigarettes, alcohol, and medications.
Absolutely, Paws-itively Drug Free
MONDAY – “Wear Red Day” Let’s kick off Red Ribbon Week by wearing red. We will be creating a large banner entitled “SJV Was Born To Be Drug Free”. Please send in a baby picture of your child to hang on the banner. Please put your child’s name on the back of the picture so it can be returned to you.
TUESDAY – “Hats Off To Being Drug Free” All students may wear their favorite cap/hat along with their regular school uniform.
WEDNESDAY – “Sock It To Drugs” Students may wear crazy socks with their regular school uniform.
THURSDAY – “Hugs Not Drugs” Students in grade Prek-2 may bring in their favorite stuffed animal to hug doing the day. Students in Grade 3-8 will be receiving a special “chocolate hug” treat.
FRIDAY – “I’m Too Bright For That” Students may wear sunglasses.
10/3 Religion Test, Science Test
10/4 Reading Vocabulary Quiz
10/5 Review Spelling Test
10/6 No School
10/9-10/13 Fall Break
10/20 Parent Teacher Conferences
Reading: We are finished with Unit 1 and will be reviewing the stories we have read. A vocabulary review quiz will be given on Wednesday. A Benchmark Assessment will be taken on Thursday.
Spelling: We are reviewing Unit 1 words. A review test is on Thursday.
Language: This week we are learning to write paragraphs.
Math: Last week we started Chapter 2. This chapter covers place value to one hundred. This week we will be working on identifying tens and ones and reading and writing number words to 100.
Religion: This week’s topic is the Sacrament of Baptism and the gift of God’s grace.
Science: Plants Grow and Change Test is on Tuesday.
Social Studies: We will start discussing maps, cardinal directions, and continents.