After a brief study of archeology and paleontology in our 2nd grade class, the second graders practiced their excavation skills by seeing how many artifacts and fossils (AKA – chocolate chips and m+m’s!) they could […]
…no, it’s Egyptian hieroglyphics! The second graders have been studying about people and places from history in Social Studies. We explored a little of ancient Egypt and learned how to write our names and our […]
The second graders are learning to write letters and address envelopes. Pictured here are Rian Norris and Josie Gardner with their letters ready for pick up and delivery!
The Second Graders have made a special Mother’s Day gift for our Mom’s. No peeking! Holding their gift bags are: Sici Lewanski, Natalie Bisharat, Logan Brennan and Nathan Elsea. We hope you enjoy our gift!
Here’s a sampling of some book reports done by the second graders. The students read biographies of famous people then wrote a summary. They also depicted what their famous person looked like in various creative […]
The second graders stopped by the 7th grade History Fair. Pictured here is Gina Czochara explaining her project to Zoey Wendt, Gabby Navarro, Jenny Walsh, Nia Imala, Josie Gardner, Maeve Willette and Ella Kokaska.
Second graders are on an adjective hunt! We are learning how descriptive words can enhance our writing. So, our class looked at advertisements to see how many adjectives we could find in an ad. Pictured […]
Second graders Ella Kokaska, Jake Weimar and Josie Gardner participated in the school wide Baby Bottle project by collecting coins to benefit organizations that support newborns and their mothers.
Maeve Willette, in second grade, demonstrates how to do the expanded place value of a number using the white board and Brite Links projection system.
The 8th grade and 2nd grade students get together about once a month for our Sacramental Buddy program. Pictured here are James Healy, Jake Weimar, Jack Wasilowski and Brian Rataczak at our first “Meet and […]