Classroom Rules



2nd  GRADE




            Below you will find important information of which will help you support your child in their education in second grade. If you have any questions or comments regarding any of the information below, feel free to call me or send a note with your child.



            Good attendance is very important. There is a direct correlation between the number of days a student is absent and test scores. Please send your child to school each day and on time. Please try to make Dr. or Dental appointments during non-school hours so your child doesn’t miss what he/she is learning during the day.  If your child is absent, please notify the office as soon as possible or send a note with your child.  The office phone number is 623-707-2500.




            Your child will receive homework daily, Monday through Thursday. Homework will consist of math, reading comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, high frequency words and fluency.  Parents check your child's agenda for daily assignments.  Please help your child develop good habits by making sure they do their homework and turn it in.

BEHAVIOR LOG:    Every month your child will be given a behavior log.  Please check daily to see how your child behave in class or if homework was not submitted.



            Your child will be assessed in various ways. Progress reports will be given throughout the middle of each quarter and you will also receive a formal report card at the end of each quarter.  



I’m looking forward to work with your child this year and helping him/her become a confident and successful learner!


Student Responsibilities and Expectations:

  1. Students will come to school to learn and to allow others to learn.
  2. Students will be respectful, courteous, and helpful to others.
  3. Students will respect our school and its property.




Students who follow the Behavioral Guidelines, Responsibilities and Expectations, will receive verbal praise and group/whole class incentives.



Students who have difficulties adhering to the guidelines will follow these steps:

First time:     Interventions Taken by Teacher (verbal warning-  parent will be notify)
Second time:  Interventions Taken by Teacher  (loss of privilege, teacher-student conference, parent will be notify)       

Third time:  Discipline Referral sent home and Signed Documentation in Student Behavioral Log  (Parent-teacher conference)

Fourth time:   Actions Taken by Administrator (send student to the office, Parent-Teacher-Administrator Conference, loss of privileges such as field trips)

  • Students will be removed from the classroom when exhibiting extreme disruptive behavior that puts on risk the safety of others.