Mrs. Kulikowski Second Grade Room 202

Week 23

Do what is right, not what is easy.
"And as for you, brothers and sisters, never tire of doing what is good."
2 Thessalonians 3:13

Core Value for February:
Display a desire for learning

Skill of the Week: Listening
1.       Look at the person who is talking and remain quiet.
2.       Wait until the person is through talking before you speak.
3.       Show that you heard them by nodding your head, saying, “Okay,” “That’s interesting,” etc.

Recommendation/Tip of the Week: Cherish the Child:
Teach Good Character: Responsibility:
Respect your children’s needs and wants.
(Positive Promotions)

The start of this week is a very busy week for the 2nd graders here at ICS:
Monday: Valentine Celebration 1:00-2:00
Tuesday: Mardi Gras 1:00-2:30
Wednesday: Ash Wednesday Mass at 8:30 (no school Mass on Thursday)

In addition, Thursday is the 100th Day of School (where does the time go?!)

It is not too late to send in prizes or sign up to volunteer for Mardi Gras. My gratitude goes out to those who have (or will) participate and /or sent prizes.

Next week we will have the Leap Into Next Year registration event. I hope you are planning on attending. There will be a light dinner for all and a craft for the kids.

Happy Valentine's Day and a Blessed Ash Wednesday,
Mrs. Kulikowski

Calendar for the Week of 03/18/18
Here's what's going on in our class this week.
For our monthly calendar go to our calendar page.
Friday -Marathon T-shirt Day

Assignments This Week
The following assignments are DUE this week. To view all assignments, click here.

on-line curriculum resources


Conference sign up


Integrated Language Arts




Social Studies

The ICS Mission Statement:
The School of the Immaculate Conception is a Catholic community ministering to the children within the parish and throughout the surrounding neighborhoods. In the name of Jesus Christ, we are dedicated to fostering academic excellence, spiritual growth, and a strong commitment to living Gospel values.

The ICS Philosophy Statement:
We believe the purpose of Immaculate Conception Catholic School is to continue the tradition of Catholic education by spreading the Gospel message, worshipping together as a community, giving service to others, and working together for social justice. We educate children spiritually, academically, emotionally, socially, physically, and aesthetically, taking into account each child's unique backgrounds, needs and abilities. We integrate the faith into all aspects of the curriculum and instill Christian values by our example.