Welcome to Mrs. D'Amore's 2nd Grade Classroom
Mrs. Susanne D'Amore
Classroom Door Number 110
Oliver Luke Jack Alyssa Ashley Ava Bernabe Preston Sean Gabrielle Alexander Laszlo Connor Susana Fallon Gabriel Leah Clarabelle Patrick Griffin Channing Mason
Dear Second Grade Family,
Welcome to Mrs. D'Amore's second grade class! I am pleased to announce that I will be your child's teacher for this new and exciting school year!
Second grade is a world of new adventures that build upon previous experiences. There will be topics that are familiar as well as new and challenging topics. Never worry; all academic work will be differentiated to meet your child's ability and potential. All students in our class will be valued for being their own unique self. Different talents and strengths, of many kinds, will be appreciated.
For the first few days of school, please make sure your child knows how he/she will be going home from school. You can also write me a note so I can gently reinforce directions and ease little minds.
On the first day of school, your child should wear a stick-on name tag. We will gather on the black top. There will be directions on how to find your child's class on that day. There will also be plenty of helpers outside!!
To start our year off, I have listed some items that your second grader can bring to school by the first full week of school.
I look forward to meeting you and having your new second grader in our class! Here's to a successful year in our second grade class! Enjoy the rest of a safe and happy summer!
- 3 two picket folders (durable)
- 6 or more sharpened pencils
- 3 dry erase markers with child's name on them
- One sock ( to be used as an eraser)
- Scissors (optional, but helpful)
- Eraser (no toy-like erasers)
- pack of colored pencils (sharpened)
- 2 highlighters
In addition, our class can always use the following supplies:
- Paper towels
- Gallon zip lock bags
- Sandwich zip lock bags
- Paper Plates
- Clorox wipes
Helpful information regarding our class is below!
Each night (M-Th) as part of homework, students should read at least 15 minutes.
Students should bring a packed snack each day!
NO PEANUTS of any kind (student allergies)
On half days, students can bring a larger snack.