Mrs. Imeri

  • 2-1 specials


    MONDAY:
    Gym with Mr. Roderick @ 11:10 a.m.

    TUESDAY:
    Technology/Foreign Language (Rosetta Stone)
    with Miss Whittier & ________
    @ 12:30 p.m.

    WEDNESDAY:
    Computer with Miss Whittier @ 11:50 a.m.

    THURSDAY:
    Art with Mrs. Ciampa @ 10:30 a.m.

    FRIDAY:
    Music with Mr. Chang @ 12:30 p.m.

    SNACK is usually @ 9:30 - 9:45

    LUNCH is  @  11:50 -12:30 on M,T, Th.,& F
    (early Lunch @ 11:10-11:50 a.m. on Wed.)

     

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  • contact information

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

  • SCHOLASTIC BOOKS


     

  • religion


    DEACON JOE
    Both 2nd grade classes  meet with
    Deacon Joe in the chapel biweekly.

    I sent home a copy of the Communion song
    I Love You Lord Today
    Feel free to practice at home.
    It is also posted on my google classroom page.

    WORD OF LIFE


    UNIT 5
    Chapters 16-25
     Jesus Gives Himself to Us in the Eucharist

    Holy Communion with God
    -Jesus gives himself to us in the Sacrament of the Eucharist. He feeds us with His Body, Blood, Soul, and  Divinity. In Holy Communion, we are strengthened in virtue.
    -We worship God at Mass. We hear God's Word at Mass. We receive Jesus in the Eucharist.
     
  • english language arts


     JOURNEYS
    Volume 2
    Unit 4

    This week students are expected to write five sentences with at least SEVEN words each.
    Capitals and end marks are needed.
    Do not start the sentence with any form of "I".

    Two Reader's Notebook (RN) pages are to be completed each Wed. or Thurs. night for homework.
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     Lesson 20

    Selection Title:
    "Dex, the Heart of a Hero"

    Genre:
    Fantasy

    Essential Question:
    What makes someone a hero?

    Comprehension:
    Compare/Contrast
    Figurative Language
    Monitor/Clarify

    Grammar:
    Commas in a Series

    Strategies:
    Prefix over-

    Phonics:
    words wit -or & -ore

    Companion Story
    "Heroes, Then and Now"

     

  • mathematics

    EUREKA MATH
    Blue and Yellow books stay in the classroom.
    Red book for homework.

    Please return the RED book to school each day.

    I have posted videos on my Google Classroom to help with the Eureka Math lessons.
    The homework helper pages in the RED book should be useful, too.

    EUREKA MATH
    MODULE 6
    FOUNDATIONS OF MULTIPLICATION & DIVISION



    TOPIC A
    Formation of Equal Groups

    Lessons 1 - 4

    TOPIC B
    Arrays and Equal Groups

    Lessons 5 - 9

    MID MODULE ASSESSMENT

    TOPIC C
    Rectangular Arrays as a Foundation for 
    Multiplication & Division

    Lessons 10 - 16

    TOPIC D
    The Meaning of Even & Odd Numbers

    Lessons 17 - 20


    END OF MODULE  ASSESSMENT
    TBD
    (See practice test)




     

  • STAR STUDENTS

    Each week there will be a Student of the Week.
    A poster will be sent home prior to that week for your child to decorate and return.
    It will be displayed in the classroom.

    Tristian is our current Star Student
     

  • CLASS/SCHOOL NEWS

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

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    CLASS 2-1 COORDINATORS 
    Mrs. Blando & Mrs. Purrazzella
    Thank you to the both of you for volunteering!
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    Reminder for Afterschool Clubs:
    Choir-Mondays
    Lego- Tuesdays
    Cheer- Wednesdays
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    APRIL BIRTHDAYS
    There are no April birthdays.
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    APRIL EVENTS

    FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
    Saturday, April 27th
    @ 10:30 a.m. in the church
    Be there at 10:15 a.m., please.
    We are practicing in the classroom and in the church for this upcoming sacrament.
    We plan to practice in the church on the
    following afternoons:
    Mon. 4/15
    Thurs. 4/18
    Tues. 4/23
    Fri.4/26
    These practices are SUPER IMPORTANT.
    If possible, please have you child in school during these practices. Thanks!
    Father Sean will meet us at the church to discuss this beautiful sacrament with the children.

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    COMMUNION
    We sent home information about our next Sacrament,
    Holy Communion/Holy Eucharist.
    Saturday, April 27
    10:30 a.m. for our class
    Be there 10:15 a.m.
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    Friday, May 3rd the second graders will be hosting the SPS School MAY CROWNING MASS
    in the church at 9:10 a.m.
    All are welcome to attend.

    The students will be asked to wear their Communion attire.
    (Hold onto their beautiful outfits for this day.) Thanks.
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    PICK A GUEST READER


    Sebastian's mother and sister came into our classroom to read "The Twelve Days of St. Patrick's Day". It was a perfect choice since we have been working on Saint Patrick's Day activities all week.
    The students were given a crown and sticker set.
    Thank you very much for visiting!

    The next guest reader will be after
    the May Crowning.

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    iReady
    Please encourage your child to concentrate when doing iReady in the classroom.
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    SPS Spirit Days
    On these days, students must wear a SPS or Spiritwear  shirt/sweatshirt with gym
    sweatpant, gym shorts or jeans.


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    Absences:
    All absences must go through the Nurse's Office.
    Pleae call Nurse Suzanne Grimm
    @ 631 665-5873
    when your child will be out sick.
    An absent note must be brought in when your child returns to school.

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    School Day
    The SPS school day begins at 8:15 a.m.
    Dismissal is at 2:40 p.m.
    Children will be marked tardy by the office if they arrive after 8:15 a.m., unless the delay is due to a late bus or other excused reason.
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    Transportation:
    Please log onto the PICK UP PATROL app to make any chances to transportation. I would prefer and email or note in the morning.
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    Water Bottles
    Students may bring in a water bottle. Please be sure that your child's water bottle does not leak and that they have enough water for the day so they do not have to keep leaving the room to get more water. Please do not send in metal bottles. Thanks.
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    Take- Home Folders

     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.

    *Classwork folders are to be kept in the classroom.*
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    This Classpage

    Please check this classpage daily.  This is an essential way for me to provide information to parents and students.
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    Google Classroom
    I will provide each student with my Google Classroom code, when I set it up in the next few weeks.  Please check your child's planner for this code.  You may also join by accepting the email invite. I will let you know when it is set up.
    NO assignments are posted on Google Classroom for my class, but there will be lots of materials and photos.
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    Toys are not permitted in school.
    Please do not allow your child to bring them, unless they have a Show & Tell pass or Bring in a Toy pass. Thanks.

  • Homework

    -Homework assignments will be posted under the calendar section on this class page and in your child's planner. The more detailed version can be found in the  calendar section on my classpage.
    -Please be sure to check that the homework is neat and complete. Feel free to proofread.
    -Spelling Packet pages or Tic-Tac-Toe sheet
    given Mon.-Wed.
    -Study for Spelling Test each Thursday night
    -Practice writing 5 sentences in spelling notebook on Wed. or Thurs.  Each sentence must have 7+ words. It may not start with a form of "I". Endmarks are required. First word must be a capital letter.
    -Spelling Test every Friday (Five sentences with a minimum of 7 words each. Can't start with "I".))
     or spelling sheets
    -ELA Journeys Reader's Notebook pages each Thursday (or Wed. night, if you prefer.)
    -ELA Comprehension Test every Friday
    -Reread the story on Wed. or Thursday
    -Math homework Mon.-Thur. (Red book)
    -Reading Log & Reader's Response sheet assigned Mon.- Thurs. Please initial.
    * Additional homework may be added*

  • READWORKS

    Class Code: 
     

  • SCIENCE & Health

    SCIENCE

    EARTH DAY
    is celebrated on April 22nd each year


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    HEALTH

    Healthy Eating & Exercise
    myplate


     
  • social studies



    Chapter 3
    GOVERNMENT

    THE BIG QUESTION:
    How does government work?
    -Rules and laws help people and society
    -People's rights come with responsibilities
    -The United States has three branches of government that make and review laws
    (Executive, Legislative, Judicial)
    -There are many different types of
    governments in the world
    -The U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights are the foundations of American civil society
    -Governments cooperate in different ways to solve problems