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Ms. Lemle's Locker
9/3/16 7:42 PM

LEMLE'S LAWS

Please follow the classroom rules and you will have a wonderful school year!

 

Rules

  • Keep your hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.
  • Raise your hand to speak or to get out of your seat.
  • Respect the speaker.
  • Take care of your personal business before school, during recess, and during lunch.
  • No running or horse playing in class.
  • If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.
  • No interfering with the learning of others.
  • Work quietly using library voices.
  • Stay on task; don’t get distracted by others.
  • Listen, learn, and do your best!

 

Rewards

  • Student of the month / Student of the year
  • Citizenship awards
  • Medals
  • Lunch with the teacher
  • Pencils, stickers, free time, homework pass, special treats, etc.
  • Special after-school activities (arts and crafts, cooking, computer graphics, games, and more)

 

Consequences

  • Warning
  • Redirect
  • Removal from group and/or activity
  • Phone call home
  • No fieldtrip participation
  • Removal from class
  • Administrative referral (permanent record)

 

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"A portion of the traditional face to face instruction is replaced by web-based online learning" where students work at their own pace and level.

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Recorder Instruction

Students will learn the basic fingering of a recorder and how to play several holiday songs.  

See our 2014 winter performance:

http://tinyurl.com/p9l3axy

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Solids and Liquids Investigations

LEMLE SCHOLARS

welcome second grade lemle scholars class of 2016-2017

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Our first day of school

We are the future scientists of America!


 

What you need to know about homework:

* Homework is due daily.

* Weekend homework is assigned.

* There are no weekly homework packets.

* Place first name, last name, and date on all work.

* There is no makeup assignment if homework is not completed and returned on time.

* Parents should check Homework Journal each evening for student's assignments.  Please sign daily.

* Students must read an Accelerated Reader book weekly and complete a short summary.  If the book you have can be found on the arbookfind.com website, it is an Accelerated Reader book.  Be sure you are reading a book on your level.

Tips for a Successful School Year

-get plenty of rest
-eat breakfast each morning
-complete homework in a well lit, uncluttered, and quiet area
-read to an adult at least twenty minutes daily                                                          -keep a personal journal and write in it daily
-homework should be checked by a parent each day and homework journal should be signed
-begin projects early
-have basic school supplies at home (pencils, crayons, markers, glue, tape, stapler, dictionary, thesaurus, pencil sharpener, etc.)
-limit sugary snacks that are sent to school
-discuss appropriate behavior and social skills
-minimize television and video games on school days

Current Assignments

Way to go, Daniel!

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             Great job, Isiah!

   
 

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NEWS TO USE

 

  • Uniforms are worn to school each day.  Friday is not a free dress day.
  • Practice writing your first name, last name, date, spelling list, and vocabulary sentences using the computer or any electronic device.  Know where the shift button is and what it does.
  • Parents, if you must check-out your child early from school, please do it prior to lunch (12:40PM) or after lunch (1:20PM).
  • The LEXIA, Symphony Math, and Accelerated Reader programs are for classroom use only.  Please do not risk being locked out of the digital curriculum by signing in at home.
  • Do you know the second grade high frequency words?  Practice and test yourself.  Follow the DIGITAL RESOURCES link in Ms. Lemle's Locker.

Student Supply List

-lightweight pencil holder (cloth or plastic zip, no hard cases) with two pencils and blue or black ink pen

-nylon carry bag (for fieldtrips)

-hand sanitizer (travel size for personal classroom use)

-primary dictionary and thesaurus (for home use—do not bring to school; may use online dictionary and thesaurus)

-access to a computer with printer (If you do not have a home computer, please check with your local library for their rules and procedures on student use. There will be a few mandatory assignments requiring a computer.)

 

Teacher’s wish list

iPads 

Chromebooks

Staples or Amazon gift card

HP ink cartridges 932/933 (black or color)

Sanitizing wipes

Hula Hoops