8-201 Second Grade

Ms. Justen

Second Grade Room 201

Second Grade

Welcome to Classroom 201

Summer is here!  As I tell the kids, that doesn’t mean we leave learning behind!  Reading should be done daily whenever possible, and don’t forget about those math facts.  It’s also a time to explore the outdoors and learn about God’s marvelous creation.

Thank you for a good year.  I was blessed by each student I had the honor of teaching and will keep all of you in my prayers.  Have a blessed and safe summer!

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2017-2018 School Year

Monday:  Library & Music

Tuesday:  Mass, Art, Spanish

Wednesday:  Music & Phy. Ed.

Thursday:  Phy. Ed.

Friday:  Computer

Room 201
St Joseph Moscati


Second Grade

Welcome to Classroom 201

Week of 5/14

Language Arts

This week we will read our second to last Junior Great Books story.  Our next part of speech is prepositions.


We are quickly nearing the end of the year, so we may touch upon a few final Math topics.  The chapter we’ve begun is on more advanced place value:  working with hundreds in addition to tens and ones.


We are learning about the hierarchy of the Church:  pope, bishops, priests, deacons, consecrated religious, and laity.


Our plant unit includes the plant life cycle, parts of a seed, parts of a plant, characteristics, and plant needs.


Spring Concert

Thursday, May 17th is our Spring Concert.  A sheet with dress expectations was sent home.  If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Mulheron.

Partner Verses

At the end of May the 2nd graders will be presenting partner verses.  You are invited to come listen to their recitations on Thursday, May 24th at 12:45 p.m.  Please help your child practice this at home.

Seating Arrangement

For their final seating arrangement of the year, the students were allowed to give me a list of three people they’d like to sit next to in class.  Each student is now sitting next to at least one of those listed.  Prior to doing this, they were told that if it becomes a problem, they will be moved to sit by themselves.  It’s a ‘three strikes and you’re out’ system.  Hopefully, they will use this opportunity to show responsibility and practice self-control.

End of the Year

As we are fast approaching the conclusion of this school year, please let me know if you’d like to meet to talk over your child’s academics.  I’d be happy to set up a meeting with you.


  1. April Justin : June 5, 2018 at 7:16 am

    Summer message complete.

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