On November 18th-22nd, our school will collect food to benefit the North Fulton Community Charities Food Bank. Both campuses will be collecting items throughout the week! Participate each day by bringing an item from the themes below:
The food bank is DRY! Let’s fill it! – Dry food items – beans, stuffing, pasta, NO MAC & CHEESE OR RAMEN
Keep it Rolling! – Toiletries & household products, diapers size 4, 5, 6 and pullups only. (toothpaste, soap, shampoo & conditioner, cleaners, sponges)
Yes you can! – Canned goods and jars (peanut butter, chili, stew, spaghettios, ravioli, ONLY THE FOLLOWING VEGETABLES: potatoes, spinach, collards, Beets, Carrots, Mixed veggie pea/carrot combo, Sweet –potatoes/yams) NO GLASS, NO GREEN BEANS OR CORN
Be sweet, donate! – Desserts (cake, cookie, and brownie mixes)
Orange Juice glad to give? – Juice Boxes (Capri Sun, Juicy Juice)
Rescheduled: Field Trip
Unfortunately, due to forecast inclement weather, we need to cancel our 2nd grade field trip, originally scheduled for this Wednesday, November 13th. As the Funk Heritage Center is located further north, we are concerned about possible icy road conditions on Wednesday morning.
It has been rescheduled for Thursday, December 5.
We thank you for your patience and understanding.
As fall has arrived, the 2nd grade team wanted to send a gentle reminder about cool-weather uniform requirements. Please keep the following in mind when you send your little ones to school dressed for warmth:
Fall Giving Campaign – Give Today!
The Fall Giving Campaign is in full swing, and our giving thermometer just reached $30,000! We still have a long way to go to reach our goal of 100% participation for $100,000, though. We need YOU to show your Wolf Pack Pride and give today! www.icsatlanta.org/
Every homeroom (or grade for middle school) that reaches 100% participation will receive an ice cream party celebration. Here are the top 3 classes leading the Fall Giving Campaign for the Lower Campus and the UCE and UCM leaders for the Upper Campus!
Lower Campus Leaders:
Ms. Armenta with 45% participation
Ms. Wang with 35 % participation
Mr. Niang with 32% participation
Upper Campus Leaders:
5th Grade with 27% participation
7th Grade with 14% participation
Please remember to give to our Fall Giving Campaign at www.icsatlanta.org/
fallgiving! Remember – your total anticipated donation between now and May is counted towards your giving incentive.
2nd Grade will go on a field trip to the Funk Heritage Center on Wednesday, November 13. We have ample staff and teachers attending the trip and will not need parent chaperones at this time. We will be sure to take lots of pictures of the excitement and post them to each teacher’s blog! 🙂 Please see the note going home with your child for more information. You can also CLICK HERE.
Welcome to ICSAtlanta 2nd Grade!
We are thrilled to have the wonderful opportunity to learn and grow with your students. Please reference this page often as you will find second grade and school wide announcements, be able to sign up to have lunch with your student (coming soon!), and visit your child’s teacher’s page to get classroom-specific information.
Reminder that we are on a 10-Day, 50/50 Schedule. Your student(s) will spend half of their days in L1 and the other half in L2. So, in 10 days, your child will spend 5 full days in each language (Monday, Wednesday, Friday one week, and Tuesday, Thursday the next week). Students will report to the classroom that they will spend the day each morning. So, they will start in their homerooms and spend the entire day. The next day, they will start their day in their other teacher’s homeroom and spend the entire day. We will move materials at the end of each day for the next day. It sounds confusing but allows SO much more instruction time as the packing, transitioning, and unpacking in the middle of the day look up too much valuable instruction time. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact your homeroom teacher.
If you have not already, please sync the ICSAtlanta school calendar with your own. You can find instructions on how to do so HERE.