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Volunteer Application You MUST be an approved volunteer in order to work in the school! This includes Dads at Recess, field trips, helping in the library, etc. This application must be filled out each year in order to be approved!
Welcome to Sunset Elementary, and Mrs. Randolph's 2nd grade classroom website. Here you will find useful information and updates about what is happening in room C-23.
If you need to contact me with questions, concerns, or just to say hello, please feel free to email me and I will reply as soon as I am able. You may also call and leave a message if I am teaching.
Successful Sockeyes are:
These qualities will be taught and positively reinforced within the classroom. Each week, one student will be selected as the Sensational Sockeye of the Week!
10 - 10:30 a.m.
11:30 - 12:00 p.m.
9:30 - 10:00 a.m.
This includes reading with your child, silent reading by your child, or partner reading together. Give your child time to read silently, before they read aloud to you. Talk about the events and characters of the story. Remember to ask questions after reading (What was the main problem in this story/chapter? How was it solved? How would you change the story if you were the author? What do you think the author wants you to learn from this?) We do not use a reading log, but if your child participates in our Eager Reader program, please remember to have them record their minutes each day so that you can enter them electronically at the end of the month.
2. Math Homework: 5 - 10 minutes
There will be math connected to our daily math lesson. The first side is a "must do", but if this takes your child more than 5 - 10 minutes please stop and write a note to me on the page. The second side is considered optional or, "may do", if your child wishes to extend their math practice. Occasionally there will be no math homework (after a test, or if a lesson takes two days to cover) and then your child may use Zearn as their math homework time.
3. Journal Response: Parents, it is your daily homework to read your child's journal, and to write a short response back to them.