Welcome to Intermediate 2!


Students are required to get a biography or autobiography book by Monday, February 24th! Students will be reading these books in class, throughout the rest of February and beginning of March. Then students will be writing a report on their person and as a final activity the students will be creating a wax museum. Each student will create an individual space to display their information along with being dressed as that person. 

The Wax Museum will be on Tuesday, March 31st at 10:30 AM.

February 3, 2020

Dear Families, 

Just a reminder that DARE Graduation is Friday, February 7th @ 11 AM. All families are welcome to join. There will also be a small celebration in the STEM lab after the graduation. Cake and coffee will be served! 

Our ‘More Good Bags’ will be going home this Wednesday, February 5th. Students are challenged to give their bag to a stranger! Please help direct your child as to who would be a good recipient of the bag while you’re out and about. It could be someone random at the grocery store, at Dunkin Donuts, Target, a community event, restaurant, etc. The bag will have the explanation of the gift attached in a letter. 

Your child is welcome to bring in Valentines, attached is the list of all the students in our class. 

  1. Shayla
  2. Peyton
  3. Aida
  4. Jefferson
  5. Alexander
  6. Stella
  7. Noelle
  8. Jacob
  9. Fiona
  10. Emma D
  11. Nicholas
  12. Thomas
  13. Cairo
  14. John
  15. Reagan
  16. Emma Prindle
  17. Billy
  18. Madelyn

In Writing, we will be making a school newspaper! Students will be responsible for a minimum of one current event article. Some students may also make a crossword, sudoku, word search, quiz, etc as an interactive piece in the newspaper.  

In Social Studies, students did a great job on their Ancient Egypt videos. Next we will be learning about Ancient Greece. We will study the geography of Greece and how it played a role in the development of the civilization. Once we learn the material, we will create a video to show what we learned! 

In STEM we’re learning the different properties of matter and how they interact with each other. Our essential question is “How do you describe properties of matter?” 

If you have any questions or concerns, please email us. 





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