Degrees and Certifications:
My name is Ms. Wells and I will be your homeroom teacher this year! I teach 2nd Grade Math and Science here at Meadow. We are going to have a wonderful year together!
A little about me!
- I was born in NC.
- I live in Raleigh.
- I graduated from UNC Charlotte.
- This will be my 9th year teaching at Meadow.
- My birthday is February 23rd.
- I like to travel to different places!
I cannot wait to meet my new group of second graders!
SCHOLASTIC BOOK ORDERS!
SCHOLASTIC=If you would like to order any books from this months Scholastic flyer please click on the box below to go directly to our class ordering page.Ordering through here will earn more points for our classroom. You can also order by filling out the order form on the back of the flyer that was sent home and I will order the books for you! Please send in a check written to scholastic or exact change.
I PLACE AN ORDER EVERY FRIDAY!!!
The link to my website to order directly is below!
Daily Schedule for 2nd Grade
** Any student that leaves before 12:15 will be counted absent for that day.**
** If you pick up your child during recess, lunch or specials please allow for extra time for them to travel back to their classroom to gather all of their belongings.
** Please make sure your child has a snack everyday
2021-2022 Second Grade Supply List
- 2 composition notebooks (Hard cover, wide ruled,no spirals)
- 24 pack of crayons
- 1 box of Wooden Pencils - (no mechanical/lead pencils or foil pencils)
- 4 large Glue Sticks (or 6 little ones)
- 2 vinyl horizontal pocket folders WITH THREE PRONGS INSIDE
- Pencil pouch/box
- 1 pack of Pencil top/cap erasers
- 4 Black Dry Erase Markers
- GIRLS ONLY- 1 Roll of Paper Towels
- BOYS ONLY- 1 box of tissues
- Extra items off the school supplies list
- Individually wrapped candy for treat boxes (no peanuts please)
- Headphones or earbuds
- Clorox wipes
- Unscented hand soap
- Plastic Spoons
- Sandwich ziploc bags
- Gallon ziploc bags
For Ms. Wells Only = MY WISH LIST FOR THE CLASSROOM!
Here are some things we are always in need of and enjoy receiving! Thank you in advance for keeping our classroom in mind! We really appreciate it! We are always in need of these items:
Here is a link to my Amazon classroom wishlist. This will be updated through the year. Items can be purchased outside of Amazon.
Click the link below or type it into your browser to visit my Amazon wishlist:
Other items not on the wishlist:
-Mini water Bottles
-Individual Juice boxes
-Individual snacks (No peanuts)
-Individually wrapped candy (No peanuts)
-Pencil top erasers
-Non-Scented Hand-soap in bottles
-New or gently used board games
-Craft supplies (pipe cleaners, construction paper, google eyes, ribbon, etc)
-Colored printer paper
-Colored card stock
-Recess equipment (hula hoops, ring toss, foam footballs, jump ropes, etc)-Extra items off of the schools supplies list at always welcomed!
AGENDAS=Please make sure you check and sign your child's agenda every night for homework and notes. This is the best way to communicate your needs throughout the year other than emails.
READING MINUTES= Please write those on the calendar pages towards the front of the agenda. They should be reading 20 minutes everynight
SIGN AND RETURNS= Students will get sign and return papers with grades on them on Tuesdays. Please send those back to school signed. They are very important.
Please click the links below to read about what vaccinations are required for students entering 7th and 12th grades, and what days the vaccines will be provided. There is also information in the letter about how to make an appointment for your child. English Form of Letter from Health Department Spanish Form of Letter from Health Department
Come try out! All Spring Sports tryouts begin Monday April 12th after school. Try-outs will run from 4pm to 5:30pm to 6:00pm depending on the coach and the sport. All sports are open to 6th - 8th graders. To be eligible students must have passed 3 out of 4 core classes in the Fall semester. Students also must have a current sports physical. Any sports physical dated after March 1, 2019 is accepted this year. If they have never played a sport then they need to get a physical over the next two weeks. Physical forms are available on the Johnston county web site under athletics.
There will be a parent information night for our Spanish speaking families on February 10th from 5:50 to 7:00. This will be held virtually through a Google Meet: www.meped.com/ Information will be shared about Powerschool, Class Remind, DoJo, etc., Classlink, school social media pages, Free/Reduced Lunch Applications, Covid, and the new website that has county level Connect Ed messages in Spanish.
August 13, 2021
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Fall Athletics Begin (Boys Soccer, Volleyball, Football, Cheer)
The deadline is quickly approaching for Johnston County Public Schools families who need transportation for their students during the 2021-2022 school year. Students who will be attending Early College or Career Technical Leadership Academy, which will begin on August 2nd, have until July 22nd to request transportation. Students who will begin school on August 23rd have until August 2nd to request transportation. This date is for all other JCPS Schools on the traditional school calendar.
While face masks are still required in all of our indoor facilities, students, staff, and guests of our campuses are no longer required to wear a face covering when outdoors. Students and staff may continue to wear masks when participating in recess or outdoor activities if they choose to do so.
The online application for the Johnston County Public Schools Preschool Program is now available. Parents who are interested in the JCPS Preschool Program are encouraged to apply early, as availability is on a first come, first served basis. The application window closes on June 30th.
WHAT ARE WE LEARNING IN CLASS?
Program- Investigations Grade 2.
Addition/Subtraction- We spend a majority of the year learning about addition and subtraction from within 20, 100 and eventually 1000. Students should be able to add and subtract using mental strategies.
Money- Reconize coins and bills and their values.
Shapes- How many faces and sides each shape has. How to recognize and draw them.
Telling time is important this year too! Students should be able to tell time to the nearest five minutes, use A.M. and P.M. and be able to tell time on an type of clock.
Fractions- How to split shapes into halves, thirds and forths.
Graphs- Being able to create and answer questions about picture graphs and bar graphs.
Measurement- Learning how to use a ruler and know the difference between centimeters and inches.
-Be on time.
-Complete your work.
-Raise your hand.
-Be part of the community.
Classroom Behavior charts are in all 2nd Grade classrooms.