Ms. Tonia Padgett » Welcome to Second Grade!!!

Welcome to Second Grade!!!

I am excited about partnering with you to make sure that your child succeeds this school year. Please take a look at the course syllabus! If there are any questions, feel free to email me at tonia.padgett@dc.gov.
 

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Online Gradebook

Please check your child's folder for Engrade passwords. Engrade is an online grading system that allows you to see your child's grades in a specific class. We are stapling three different passwords to the homework folders. Each teacher has their own online grade-book. Please log in to see your child's grades. If there are any questions, feel free to contact Ms. Jackson, Ms. Robinson, or myself.

Ms. Padgett

Progress Reports

Please check your child's folder for their progress report. Please sign and return. Thanks!

Welcome Back to School!

Dear Parents,

        It is indeed a pleasure to have your child in our class.  To start off the year right, this Parent Survival Handbook has been assembled to help you understand our homework requirements in conjunction with other vital information that will enable us to make this a very positive and rewarding year.  We feel as though open lines of communication between the parent, student, and teachers are the key to promoting an educational climate that is conducive to learning.  We are looking forward to working with you and your child.  Together we can make a difference!  You can help by sending us well-rested children with full tummies and a hug and a kiss still fresh on their minds.  This sets the stage for a lovely day. 

Please feel free to contact us at any time if there is a question or situation you would like to discuss.  You will receive additional communication throughout the school year.  We look forward to building a relationship with you and your child and thus providing the best education that we are capable of giving.

 

                                                                                     Sincerely,

 

                                                  Ms. Padgett, Ms. Robinson, & Ms. Jackson

Stalactites and Stalagmites!!!!! Do you know which one is which?

The formations at the top are Stalactites because they are tight to the ceiling and the ones at the bottom are Stalagmites because they might reach the ceiling at some point.