Second Grade

Cari Ramold

Welcome to Second Grade!


We will learn many things in second grade. The children will grow a lot this year. In second grade the children are starting to prepare for upper elementary and the challenges that they will face. During this year the students will be receiving two sacraments and I take that responsibility very seriously. Your child’s spiritual development is of the utmost importance. I make sure that your child not only knows their faith but works towards living it. We work on our personal relationship with Christ by visiting the blessed sacrament and doing meditative prayer.


In our classroom, we discuss how to work out problems with others. We work hard to treat everyone the way Jesus would want us too. We also work together to accomplish our learning goals. Cooperative learning is at the heart of our classroom. Learning is something that kids should enjoy so I use many educational games and make sure to take brain breaks to keep our minds and bodies moving.


Classroom News

2nd Grade OWLS – January 23, 2015

FMJs Thank you for your participation in FMJs this week!  The students were very excited to see your responses! A few reminders/request, please write in complete sentences so that your writing is a good model to your child.  Please no text lingo or abbreviations.  Also, please don’t correct your child’s spelling.  This focus of the…

2nd Grade OWLS – January 16, 2015

Family Message Journals start NEXT week! You  might be wondering what a Family Message Journal is!  To make it easier on everyone I will refer to them as FMJs.  FMJs are a great way to help your child to work on their writing skills while also informing you of what they have been learning at…

2nd Grade OWLS – January 11, 2015

2015 is here! It’s hard to believe that we’re half way through the year!  To celebrate the start of 2015 the students worked on their 2015 books.  In these books the students put their favorite memory from 2014, things they want to learn and try, as well as a goal they’d like to accomplish.  They…