Second Grade – Knop

February Newsletter

Snow Days
In the event of a snow day you can find the school closings on Channel 3 and 8 and their websites. Televised and online school closings are normally posted by 6:30 a.m. Please do not call the school regarding school closings.

We will be ringing in the 100th day of 2nd grade with special cookies for a treat. The date as of right now is February 16th.

Family Sock Hop
This is a great event for the family. Put on your dancing socks and join us for this fun event. It will take place on February 10th from 5:00 -7:00.

We will be celebrating Valentine’s Day on Tuesday, February 14th  in the afternoon. Please see the list of student names that will be coming home with a letter about it on Friday, February 3rd. Please also send in a shoe box for us to decorate at school.                                   

Book It
Make sure to send in your January calendars so that your child can earn their free pizza. Ask your student to read to you before bed, read to a sibling, or to their stuffed animal. It is very important that they continue to work on using their sight words they already know and keep building up their vocabulary. It would be great if the students could read at least five days a week to help build confidence in the reading process.

Scholastic Book Orders
The scholastic book order for February is due on Thursday, February 23rd . Ordering online is easy. Each time an order is placed online our classroom receives a free book. The order code for ordering online is NKZ76. Go to to order.

At home activity ideas
-February is Black History Month, which is when we celebrate African Americans who have made important contributions to our country. This would be a wonderful time to research and learn about a famous African American with your child.

-Read for Book It and turn in your form to earn a free personal pan pizza.

-Make a valentine for a family member or friend and mail it. Maybe they will send one back!

-Write some story problems together and practice    subtraction and multiplication facts.

Mrs. Knop