Mrs. Gullo's Desk
May 29 , 2020
Flex Friday - No new assigned work and no meet. Today is the day to "catch up" on all the work that you didn't complete. Have a nice weekend. See you on Monday.
Hi Boys and Girls We will pray together when we meet.
Meet time 9:30-10:30
Here's what you should be doing today!
math: pgs. 489, 490 during meet on your own: hw. book pg. 127
religion - pgs. 313, 314
science - pgs. 340-345 answer questions in notebook
handwriting - write your work in cursive - it's good practice
vocabulary - pg. 169 (during meet) pg. 161 on your own
reading workbook :
1. pgs. 445, 446, 447 meet
2. pgs. 488, 489 read and answer questions on your own
voyages - review parts of speech during meet , then pgs. 164, 165 on you own
Ralph: Read chapters 11 and 12 for our meet on Thursday. We will discuss together.
Have a great day boys and girls Please don't drive your parents crazy Love and miss you all, Mrs. Gullo
Character Education Counts
This month's focus will be:
Book Club News
The Mouse and the Motorcycle is our third book for our book club. It's about a little mouse how lives in a hotel and befriends a boy.
Monday - computer, Ms Oliveira
Tuesday - music, Mrs. Donovan
Wednesday - art, Mrs. Cruz; library, Mrs. Cavallerano
Thursday - spanish
Friday - gym, Mrs. Gaeta
*Be polite at all times.
*Work quietly so as not to disturb others.
*Be friendly to fellow classmates.
*Be truthful and honest.
*Respect the teacher, other adults and fellow classmates.
*Hallway manners when walking in the hall.
*Be prepared for class every day.
*Arrive to class on time.
*Cooperate with others.
*Always try your best.
Second Grade Homework Policy
Homework is an important part of your child’s school experience. Supporting good work habits requires a joint effort. I will support your child and encourage good work habits at school. Your child will benefit great from your support and encouragement at home.
Homework will be given daily and occasionally on a weekend. Children are expected to write their daily homework in their green assignment book. In the beginning of the school year, I will check these books to make sure that the homework is written correctly. Beginning in January, I will no longer check these books every day. Please sign, or initial this assignment book each day, so that you are aware of the work being done.
If a child is absent, please call the school office and try to pick up the homework, perhaps a sibling could bring it home, or another child that lives nearby.
You can also email me, and if the books are home I can send the pages to you via email. Whenever a child misses an assignment a notice will be sent to you. The homework should be completed for the next day. Every third missed assignment will result in a detention.
Spelling homework will be the same each week:
Monday - Write spelling words 2 times each.
Tuesday - Word sort. Find a certain way the words are alike, and group them together. Write a label for each group that tells how they are alike.
Wednesday - Choose 6 words to write a sentence.
Thursday - Practice for test.
If a child is absent from school, please try to get the homework for the day. I don't mind emailing you the pages, if he/she has the books at home. You know our spelling homework for each night - so go ahead and do that homework for the absent day.
Behavior and Discipline Policy
Your child’s success is very important. To create and maintain a positive learning environment for all students, I will follow this behavior and discipline policy.
Good behavior is expected everywhere in school, not only in the classroom. The rules and regulations will be discussed on the first day of school and a copy of the rules will be sent home to you. When student disobeys any rule, I will move their clothespin to over to the “slip up,” try a little harder side of our behavior chart. A note will be sent to you regarding the “slip up.” Please sign this form and return it to school. If the “slip up” is more serious, a conduct referral will be sent home to you, or a detention will be given.
Detention will be issued every third time a clothespin has been moved to the “slip up” side of our chart.