St. Augustine

Welcome to TVM’s 2nd & 3rd-grade classrooms! Please take a look around, enjoy all we have in store for your student! Please feel free to contact either teacher for volunteer opportunities and any questions you may have.

Mrs. Kris Sullivan-Fickling
2nd/3rd Grade Lead Teacher
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Ms. Jessica

Ms. Jessica Harris
2nd/3rd Grade Lead Teacher
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  • 3rd-grade students are required to complete weekly assignments, for a grade, on All third-grade students are required to work with Study Island. Please be sure that your child is up to date!
  • All students should read or be read to for 25-30 mins. every night.
  • Students should study their spelling, words for their weekly spelling tests, which are administered on Friday.
  • Memorization of basic addition (2nd grade) and multiplication (3rd grade) for accuracy and speed is required

*Cosmic (homework) assignment topics for the month of October are: types of rocks, supernovas or salt water fish. Students will research one of these topics, create a summary/report (to be presented to the class, then handed into educator, and then make a visual (Power Point, diorama, poster, etc.) to display.  Cosmic events are due on Friday, October 25th. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

*Birthday Celebrations, for students that have/had birthdays during the months of October, will occur in the classroom on Friday, October 25, during the student’s lunch. Please refer to the parent handbook for sugar policy guidelines.  Ideas can be, but not limited to, pizza lunches, brunch items, snacks, experiments, or crafts.  Be sure to let your child’s teacher know in advance as to what you and your child may have in mind.

*St. Augustine trip for 3rd Grade:  If you and your child are planning on attending the St. Augustine trip on Tuesday, April 7th-Friday, April 10th 2020, please stay tuned for further information to follow.

For second and third graders, it is of the utmost importance that ALL students arrive to school on time and are in attendance daily, which is no later than 8:30 a.m. Keep in mind that the accumulation of three tardies are equal to one absence. Fifteen or more absences are considered excessive and may lead to retention.

Community Service Opportunities: Please ask your teacher how your student may take advantage of community service hour opportunities in and around the school. Third-grade students are required to give 15 hours of service during the school year. Likewise, parents and guardians may satisfy their volunteer hour commitments (15 hours per family) through the classroom, school-wide events and through the PTO.