2nd Grade's
T.I.G.E.R. Notebook


Our 2nd Grade students take home their T.I.G.E.R.S. Notebook every day.
This is one of our efforts to improve parent-teacher communication.

 

          

T.I.G.E.R.S.:

This acronym demonstrates our goal for students to take the initiative
to come to school ready to learn.

T.I.G.E.R.S. Notebook Overview

 

Zipper Pocket

Any money or notes sent to the teacher should be placed in here.

Sheet Protector:  Schedule

This is to inform you about our schedules.

Be sure students wear
their tennis shoes on our PE days.

Parent/Teacher Communications

These pages allow notes to be written between home and school
as parent or teacher need.

See note below...

Homework Folder:

“Return to school” pocket

Homework will be in this folder to be completed and returned in here the next day.
See note below....
Also watch for important papers to be signed and returned to school for various purposes.

Homework Folder:

“Keep at Home” pocket

Graded papers from the previous week need to be kept at home. 

See note below...

T.I.G.E.R.S. Notebook Photos

T.I.G.E.R.S. Notebook Cover

Zipper Bag for Notes or Money

Class Daily Schedule

Communication Page

Pockets for Parent Info to return and Homework on left.
Graded papers and Parent info that stays home on right.

Questions??

What homework should parents look for?

            Homework comes home every day and should take no more than 15-20 minutes.  Students should be reading every evening.

How often does the teacher check for notes from the parents?

          I check for notes from parents each time the T.I.G.E.R.S. notebooks are returned to school.  I will respond to the note either by a phone call if we need to talk sooner than the next time the notebook goes home, or I'll write a return note.

What should us as parents do with graded papers?

         Graded papers are sent home so you as the parent can see your child's progress.  It is also an opportunity to go over the papers with your child to praise what is done well and review areas where they have had problems.

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