|Bible||Bible Verse: “For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love, and of self-discipline.”
2 Timothy 1:7
Books of the New Testament: 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus
Faith Hero: Peter learns not to look at the difficult things in life, but rather to keep his eyes on Jesus.
|Phonics/Grammar||Students will complete the spelling analysis for Lesson 10.|
|Reading Workshop||Second graders will finish up their Character unit by examining what lessons (or the big ideas) they can learn from the characters in their fiction texts.|
|Writing Workshop||Students will finish determining the story elements and other prewriting activities for their first imaginative narrative.|
|Math||I loved meeting with some of you during the Parent Teacher Conferences. Thanks for taking time to come. This week in math, we will work on measuring different objects. You might see your student measuring different things around your home to compare with things at school.
|Science||We discovered last week that plants don’t need soil, but rather the soil contains water and minerals that plants need in order to grow. This week, the class will complete several activities to discover whether plants need light.|
|Chapel||Please join us in the auditorium Thursday morning at 8:10 for a K8 chapel.|
|Tidbits||Star Student: Hamish
Field Trip Please return your child’s permission slip and 300NT entrance fee by Wednesday. If you plan on accompanying us, make sure you are up to date with the Child Protection Safety protocols. These must be updated every year and only take 15 to 20 minutes to complete. Parents who have not completed the video will not be permitted to accompany the class. Stop by the office and see either Mrs. Sawatzky or Mrs. Edwards.
Parent Teacher Conferences Thank you to all the parents who came in for conferences Friday.
Track and Field Day This Friday, March 29 will be our annual EMS Track and Field day. Students have been practicing their events in PE for several weeks. Students should plan on wearing a t-shirt the color of their team on that day. All K2 students travel with their class to the different stations and events, but parents are welcome to join us and cheer on their child. K2 students will also be dismissed for the school day after their last event, which should be about 11:40. No lunch will be served, but the cafeteria will provide a snack. Students should report to their classroom at the normal time.
Spirit Week This coming week will be the K8 Spirit Week in preparation for Track and Field Day. The teams to add to the overall score will collect points for team members’ participation.
Monday– Nerd Day (mismatched clothes, calculators)
Tuesday– Decade Day (dress from a different decade or
what you might look like in a decade)
Wednesday– Teacher Day (dress like a teacher)
Thursday– Career Day (dress in the career you hope to have)
Friday– Team Color T-Shirt
April 4 (Thursday)- Half Day
April 5 (Friday)- No School
April 15-19- Spring Break/No School
|Happy Birthday to Aaron on Thursday, March 28!|