Mrs. Thompson

Welcome to 2nd Grade!

I have lived in Campbell all my life. My husband and I both graduated from Campbell High School in 1990. We have two beautiful daughters.

Mrs. Thompson’s 2nd Grade News

Week of August 26-30, 2019

Reading/Language Arts

  • Anchor Text (main story) - My Family on pages 42-57
  • Paired Selection - Family Poetry on pages 62-64
  • Target Vocabulary - pages 38-39
  • High-Frequency Words (see list in folder)
  • Phonics/Spelling - Short Vowels o, u, e (see list and assignments in folder)
  • Comprehension Skills and Strategies -
      • Target Skill - Compare and Contrast
      • Target Strategy - Question
  • Vocabulary Strategies - Using a Glossary
  • Grammar - Simple Sentences
  • Writing - Friendly Letter
  • Tests on Thursday and Friday.

Math

  • Chapter 1 - Number Concepts
      • Lessons 1.6-1.9
      • Test on Friday

Announcements & Reminders:

  • No school next Monday (September 2) in observance of Labor Day!
  • Your child will have that same big brown envelope on Friday with this week’s graded papers inside. Please make sure that each week you sign and date the envelope as well as signing any papers inside that require a signature, and return it the next week. Thanks!

Have a great week!


Mrs. Thompson’s 2nd Grade News

A few quick notes:

  • I keep the room pretty cool, so your child may want to bring a light jacket or sweater to leave in their cubby.
  • If your child wears flip-flops to school, please have them put an extra pair of shoes in their backpack. We spend a lot of unnecessary time dealing with broken flip-flops.
  • We go to P.E. on Wednesdays and Thursdays so PLEASE make sure that your child wears tennis shoes on these days each week.

I am looking forward to a GREAT year with this bunch of students. If you ever have a question or need to contact me, you may do so by note, school phone 246-3109, or email mthompson@campbell.k12.mo.us. (Please do not use email to communicate that your child will be going home a different way or any other issue that requires immediate attention. I may not have time to check it until after school.)