Mrs. Stephaine Nunemaker
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My Contact information: E-mail: stephanie_nunemaker@wasdpa.org
                                          Phone: 717-762-1191 ext. 1400  

Our Daily Schedule

8:40-8:50 Student arrival

9:00-10:20 Guided Reading

10:20-11:00 Falcon Flyer Time

11:00-11:20 Word Work

11:20-12:10 Math

12:10-1:00 Lunch/Recess

1:00-1:30 Shared Reading

1:30-2:15 Writing

2:15-2:35 Content

2:35-3:15 Specials
                     Day 1- Music
                  Day 2- Library
                  Day 3- Gym
                  Day 4- Art

3:15-3:25 End of the day duties/ Dismissal


Homework

-100 Book Challenge Reading (Mon.-Fri., 15 minutes per evening)
-Math Home links or skill sheets (Mon.-Thurs)
-Weekly Math Fact Drills (Mon.-Thurs.) Quiz on Friday

Grading

Students will be assessed during three marking periods throughout the school year. Students will be assessed in Reading, Writing, and Math using the following scores:

Reading/Writing/Math Grading Key:
3 - Meets Benchmark
2 - Working Towards Benchmark
1 - Needs Improvement

Students will also be assessed in their work habits/social skills and progress within their Specials:

Work Habits/Social Skills/Specials Key:
Y - Acceptable Progress
N - Needs Improvement



Math
In second grade we use the Everyday Math program. Here are some important concepts we will cover:
- Place Value
- Math Facts
- Two Digit Addition and Subtraction
- Measurement (nearest inch and centimeters)
- Telling Time 
- Money (counting and making change)
- Fractions
- 2D and 3D Shapes
- Word Problems

Science
Topics to be covered in science:
- Life Cycles
- Aquatic Ecosystems
- Balance and Motion
- Properties of Matter
- Earth's Features

Social Studies
Topics to be covered in social studies:
- Citizenship and Communities
- Maps and Symbols
- Local Government
- Historical Holidays