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April 8-12

Hi Grade Two Families, We started off this past week with an Easter Egg Hunt with our buddies! While the students enjoyed working together to find their treats, they also learned about the [...]

April 1-5

Dear Grade Two Families, Alleluia! Jesus is Risen! Happy Easter to you and your families! What a joyful time for us to remember all the love God has for us, and to spread the Good News to all we [...]

March 25-29

Dear Grade Two Families, Welcome back! I hope you had a wonderful Spring Break in the beautiful weather that we had for the past two weeks! Around this time of year, we see a lot of changes. Not only [...]

March 11-22

Dear Grade Two Families, Congratulations to you and your children on receiving their First Reconciliation! Fr. Smith and Fr. Sajy had nothing but wonderful things to say about your children and how [...]

March 4-8

Dear Grade Two Families, Last week, we wore Pink Shirts in support of anti-bullying. To fully understand the impact of bullying, we read a book called The Invisible Boy. After listening to the [...]

February 26-March 1

Dear Grade Two Families, On Wednesday, the students celebrated the 100th day of Grade Two! They wrote about what they will do when they’re 100 years old and created a craft to go along with it. [...]

February 19-23

Dear Grade Two Families, Although it was a short week, it was a busy one in Grade Two! First, we celebrated Valentine’s Day together by making heart-themed art and participating in Valentine’s [...]

February 12-16

Hello Grade Two Families, Today, we dedicated our assembly to St. Valentine. The Grade Two’s, along with their big buddies, helped remind the school that the reason we hand out cards and treats on [...]


We will now be using RAZ-Kids as part of our home reading program. Please check your child’s agenda pocket for their log-in and password. You do not need to sign or return this form. Simply access RAZ-Kids via the website on a laptop or through the app on an iPad, tablet or a mobile device. […]

Overview (February to April)

Hi Grade Two Families, As we enter a new term, here is what we will be learning from now until April! It’s important that your child continues to read for 20 minutes every day. I also encourage them to practice adding and subtracting single-digit numbers (for speed of computation) as we will be working our […]

Home Reading

This year, Grade Two will be using the UFLI Foundations program. At the beginning of each week, your child will take home their Home Reading folder. In it, you will find a Home Practice guide highlighting the phonics skill we are focusing on for the week and word examples that feature this skill. On Thursdays, your child […]

Library Visits

Every Friday, the children will get to borrow two books from our school library. Please remember to bring back any library books before the following Friday. To help your child select ‘just-right’ books, they can follow the five finger rule. This is a quick and easy way for them to check if a book is suitable […]

Star of the Week

Each week, our class will have a Star of the Week! This student will enjoy a week of sharing, public speaking, and being the Star! When it is your child’s turn to be the Star, you will be emailed in advance to help them prepare. As Star of the Week, your child will decorate a […]

Friday Letters

On Fridays, your child will be writing a letter to you to tell you what they have learned and done in school. You are welcome to write back to your child on the reverse side of the letter. Please keep the pages in the folder and return it to school before the following Friday. These […]

Agenda Books

The children have started using their agendas to record any reminders and assignments for the day. Please read and initial the book every day as well as check the front pocket for forms or notices that may be sent home. You are also welcome to write a note in your child’s agenda if you have […]

Every Day Ready

Students will be going outside every day for recess and lunch, rain or shine! Please dress appropriately for the weather. Your child can leave their boots, jackets, and outside gear at school during the week but are expected to bring these items home at the end of each week. Please make sure all their outside […]