Mrs. Imeri

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  • 2-1 specials

    MONDAY:
    Music @ 11:10 a.m.

    TUESDAY:
    Computer @ 9:10 a.m.

    WEDNESDAY:
    Art @ 12:30 p.m. (revised)

    THURSDAY:
    Physical Education @ 10:30 a.m.

    FRIDAY:
    Spanish @ 8: 30 a.m.

    OTHER:

    RECESS is daily @ 9:50-10:30 a.m.

    LUNCH is in the classroom @  11:50 -12:10 
    (revised)

    Chapel with Father Sean- T.B.A.
    Church will be livestreamed in the classrooms.
    They will not be in the church or hall
    until further notice.

     

  • contact information

    dimeri5629@spsbayshore.org 
    or place a note in your child's Take-Home folder.

  • SCHOLASTIC NEWS


    Our class code is NLWCV

  • religion

    BAPTISM project is due:
    Tuesday,  October 6th
    (See Take-Home)
    Fill out the information sheet (Name? (student) Who? (Who is in the photo?),  When? (Date of Baptism), Where? (Church) and attach a photo of your child's Baptism in the middle space of the second sheet. These will be displayed in the hallway. Thanks!

    Prayers:
    Our Father
    Glory Be
    Hail Mary

    UNIT 1: JESUS CHRIST IS WITH US ALWAYS

    Chapter 3: We Celebrate God's Love
    - We belong to the Catholic Church
    -Catholics celebrate God's love by praying and worshiping
    -Our Church celebrates with seven special signs called sacraments
    -Jesus is present with us in the sacraments
    - The seven sacraments are:
    Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Penance and Reconcilitation, Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony (Marriage), & Holy Orders


    Key Words:
    Catholics, parishes, fatih, worship



    Chapter 4: We Celebrate Baptism
    -At Baptism, we become children of God and members of the Church
    -At Baptism, we receive grace, a share in God's life
    -We celebrate the Sacrament with special words and actions
    -We can show that we are children of God by what we say and do

    Key Words:
    Amen, grace, Original Sin, Baptism, 

     

  • english language arts

    JOURNEYS

    Title:
    Dogs

    Genre:
    Informational Text

    Essential Question:
    What do pets need to be healthy and happy?

    Spelling:
    Long vowels: a & i

    Skills:
    Author's Purpose
    Compare & Contrast

    Vocabulary: Skills:
    Multiple-Meaning Words

    Grammar:
    Kinds of Sentences

    Paired Selection:
    Helping Paws (Informational Text)
     

  • mathematics


    CHAPTER 1: NUMBER CONCEPTS

    Test for Chapter 1 will be given on :
    Wednesday, September 30th

    Chapter 1 Essential Question:

    How do you use place value to find the values of numbers and describe numbers in different ways?

    Vocabulary:
    even, odd, digits


    CHAPTER 2: NUMBERS TO 1,000

    Chapter 2 Essential Question:

    How can you use place value to model, write, and compare 3-digit numbers?

    Vocabulary:
    hundreds, tens, ones, thousand, digit, more , fewer, pattern, compare , = is equal to, > is greater than,
    < is less than


     










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  • CLASS NEWS


    Mrs. Imeri's 2nd Grade
    Class 2-1
    Room 205


    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR JOINING IN ON MY VIRTUAL BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT.  IT WAS NICE TO PUT FACES TO YOUR NAMES. GOD BLESS ALL OF YOUR FAMILIES. TOGETHER, AND WITH LOTS OF PRAYERS, WE CAN GET THROUGH THESE TOUGH TIMES!
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    It is a good idea to have an extra mask in your child's backpack.
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    PHOTO DAY:

    Please do not send in money until that day. Thanks.
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    SPS REMINDERS:
    Check PUP 
    Do Health Questionnaires
    Checklist on SPS webpage:
    handbook, directory, etc.
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    Please check your child's Take-Home folder each day. There will be important information that must be read and completed work that you should review. One side is for papers that may be kept at home. "Keep at Home:". The other side is for papers that should be returned "Bring it Back".
    Thanks!
    Please try to keep it "slim" since the students will be carrying this folder to and from school each day.
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    Please check this classpage daily.  This is an essential way for me to provide information to parents and students.
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    Classpage & Google Classrooms:
    You must look at the classpages for all of the special teachers. They may have assignments posted and important information.
    Also, please join their google classes
    (except Gym)
    using your SPS gmail.
    Class codes are posted on my Google Classroom page. Each student was invited to join my class.
    Please check your child's planner
    NO assignments have been posted on Google Classroom for my class, but there are lots of materials and photos.
     

  • BOOKS & SUPPLIES



    *This year the children are required to take all of their books and supplies home each night in case we suddenly have to switch to remote learning.*

    We are unable to store any supplies and books.

    Please keep the extra supplies at home for now.  They can be found in the large Ziplock bag.  You can send in as needed.  Please make sure your child has a few sharpened pencils, eraser, and hand sharpener. Thank you so much!
     
     


    Daily Book/Supply Schedule:

    You may rip out and staple the chapter that we are working on in Religion each week.  Please have the next chapter sent in each Monday. The Religion  We Believe book can then be left home. (One less book in the backpack)

    We will do the same for Science Fusion starting in October. (One less book in the backpack)

    Feel free to copy the Journeys reading selection and send that in with your child each Monday.  You need only copy the actual stories.  It is not necessary to copy all of the pages related to the story. It does not have to be in color. It's up to you.
    (One less book in the backpack)

    You can copy the corresponding pages in the Journeys Reader's Notebook, but it may not be worth copying because the book is thin and light.

     
    Everyday books and supplies needed in class:
     
    pencil case, Take-Home folder, Classwork folder,
    planner/agenda, Math, Journeys text or copy of story, Religion Chapter for the week, Journal composition book.

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday:

    Spelling composition book and handwriting book

    Friday:
    Spanish notebook & folder
    Please check Mrs Galvani's Spanish Google Classroom. She would like you to print out papers for her class.
     
  • Homework

    *See homework routine letter to parents.*

    *All homework assignments wlll be written in your child's agenda/planner and under the calendar section on this class page under the date. The homework may be written in more detail in my calendar. Additional homework may be given for incomplete classwork or absences.*

    Mondays-Wednesdays
    Spelling-Tic Tac Toe. To be done in Spelling Book.
    Math-Pages following the day's lesson. See agenda and calendar for page #'s.
    Reading- 15-20 min. per night. Enter into reading logs. Choose a different question from the Reader's Response sheet each night. Send in logs when completed or you may just keep in the Take-Home folder and I can check each day.

    Thursdays:
    ELA- Reader's Noteboook independent reading pages. Check agenda and calendar for page #'s.
    Math- Pages following the day's lesson. See agenda and calendar for page #'s.
    Reading- Read for 20 min. and complete one Reader's Response.
    Study- Spelling and Comprehension tests on Fridays
    * Spelling tests: All spelling words will be tested. Seven sentences must contain seven or more words and not begin with the letter I.  
    Please practice at home.

    Fridays:
    No homework will be given over the weekend.
     

  • READWORKS

    Class Code: US7G6Q

  • science


     

  • health/SCIENCE

    HEALTH & SAFETY

    What are germs?
    How can I keep my mind and body healthy?
    How can I practice good handwashing procedures?

    Essential Question:
    How can I stay healthy during Covid-19
    while in school and out of school?


    MIni-lessons:

    Going Back to School
    What is Coronavirus?
    Wearing a Mask
    Mask Etiquette
    Coughing, Sneezing, More..
    Why Does My Teacher Look Different This Year?
    What is Social Distancing?
    Greeeting My Teachers and Friends?
    Getting My Temperature Taken
    What is Distance Learning?
    Expectations for an Online Learner
    Bus Etiquette During Covid-19
     
  • social studies

    WHERE WE LIVE

    -neighborhoods
    -communities- rural, suburban and urban
    -social distancing
    -map skills and directions
    -our state, country and world
    -Earth

    CITIZENSHIP

    What makes a good citizen
    at home and at school?
    What are the traits of a good citizen?