Second Grade Teacher
Hi! I’m Mrs. Comfort. Here are some facts about me: For the past few years I have been a 4th grade teacher. This year I am excited to be in 2nd grade! I am a Loyalsock graduate myself! I have always wanted to be a teacher and I went to college at Susquehanna University to learn how to be a great teacher. This is my 7th year teaching at Loyalsock. I LOVE to read and share my passion for reading with the kiddos!! Harry Potter is one of my favorite books. I’ve even been to Platform 9 3/4! I love to travel and see the world! I have been to 16 different countries around the world with People to People Student Ambassador Program. And, if you can’t already tell, my favorite color is PINK! I am very excited to teach 2nd grade and I am looking forward to a fantastic year!!
Check out the following things on my website:
- Visit some great educational websites listed under the Great Websites link for some homework help or more practice with a skill.
- To see our special schedule click on the schedule link.
- Click on the Robust Vocabulary link to see the robust vocab for each lesson.
- You can find my weekly newsletter under the Newsletter link.
- Click on the Robust Vocab Matching to download matching games.
* We do have snack each day – Its hard to think if our stomachs are growling! Please send a healthy snack to school each day with your child! *
These websites have some information you will need to complete your space project. You need to use at least 3 sources of information: websites, books, etc.
Websites about the planets:
Other Useful Information:
Day 1 – Music
Day 2 – Gym
Day 3 – Art
Day 4 – Gym
Day 5 – Library
Day 6 – Music
States and Capitals Webquest #2
States and Captials Webquest
Everyday Math Online
Dance Mat Typing
Every Day Math Online
EduPup- Math Games
SumDog- Math Activities and Games
Loyalsock Middle School/High School Library
The Loyalsock MS/HS Library has many useful resources for all of our patrons, both students and teachers. The library houses approximately 35,000 resources, which includes audio-visual materials.
Technological equipment is available for student and teacher usage. The library has 18 desktop computers using Windows 7 operating system. Desktops are preloaded with productivity software and licensened software products. Laptops with wireless access are available for student use in the library. Both formats have access to multiple reference databases and the internet.
Equipment lending is available for students, such as, calculators and camera equipment. These items are available for use by students enrolled in specific classes. These items require a release form signed by your teacher and your parents.
Below you will find links to important sites that will allow you to access our online catalog, and resources avialable through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. These links allow for the use of research databases and access to the statewide interlibrary loan program.
The library staff is eager to help with all of your research, materials and pleasure reading needs. Please feel free to ask Mrs. Cozza for assistance at any time. We will work hard to provide for your resouce needs.
Click here to visit our Library Website Resources
All Course Information such as syllabus, homework, class materials, class schedule, and class lectures have been moved to the class MOODLE site:
If you are a parent, please login into the Moodle course as a GUEST and the password is Lancers. You will have access to all materials and assignment for my current classes.
If you have an android, i-pad, or apple iphone, You can download the MyHomework student planner and join my class at Loyalsock Township High School and receive daily updates of all your assignments!!
Download at the apple App Store or Google Play store. Look for this icon: My Homework
Title I Coordinator/Reading Specialist
Third Grade Teacher
Welcome to 3rd Grade! Third grade is such an exciting year in your child’s education, and I am thrilled to be a part of it! J I look forward to getting to work with you and your child as the year progresses. I have outlined a few important things that may answer some of the questions you have.
I will be giving homework Monday-Thursday. Students will write their homework assignments in their agendas each morning, and they will bring their homework home in their homework folders. Please sign your child’s agenda every night to indicate that you have seen the assignments. Because homework is for practicing and reinforcing skills, I do not expect every homework assignment to be perfect! I do, however, expect the students to apply their best efforts. J
- Completed homework = 2 points
- Partially completed homework, or late homework = 1 point
- * No homework = 0 points
I will be using Class Dojo to track student behaviors throughout the school year. This is a wonderful app that allows me to track behaviors, both positive and negative, quickly and easily throughout the day. “Dojo Points” will be awarded and students will be able to cash in on their points for various rewards at the end of the week. Parents/Guardians also have the ability to monitor their child’s behaviors. Please be on the lookout for the information on how to access this awesome feature!
We will also be building “Compliment Chains!” Each time that the class receives a compliment, I will add a paperclip to the chain. (For example: Another teacher compliments us on how quietly we walk in the hallway.) When the chain reaches a certain length, I will treat the students to a special celebration, art project, or chunk of “student choice” time.
We have recess every day after lunch. Please keep an eye on the weather and make sure your child is dressed appropriately! Jackets are mandatory during cold temperatures.
This year we have a later lunch (12:15). I allow the kids to eat a mid-morning snack while they complete their independent work. If you would like to send a snack for your child, please send something that he/she can keep in their desk until snack time. (Please do not send candy or chewing gum!) I usually try to have some extra snacks in the classroom in case someone forgets a snack, but I do rely on donations to keep these “extras” on hand. J
When your child is absent, please call the absentee line to report your child’s absence. Then please follow-up with a written excuse including the date and the reason for the absence.
|Day 2||Physical Education|
|Day 3||Library with book exchange|
|Day 4||Physical Education|
Handy Helpers/Parent Volunteers
I love to use family volunteers to help us execute special projects, holiday crafts, etc. If you’re interested in helping out, please fill out the PTO letter—we’d love to have you!
If you have any questions or would just like to talk to me, please email me at email@example.com or call at 570-326-3554. I believe that parent-teacher communication is crucial to your child’s success—we’re a team! J
Thank you in advance for helping us to enjoy a fantastic year in 3rd grade!
Do I Need to Buy Supplies
Most of the supplies we will need for Third Grade have been delivered to our classroom.
We have everything from crayons to notebooks, and art supplies to dry erase markers.
Back to school shopping can be so much fun, but please keep these ideas in mind when browsing all those goodies.
Mechanical pencils create lots of problems in our classroom. Please keep them at home to complete homework assignments.
Our desks are not big enough to accommodate extra binders, folders, trapper-keepers, and notebooks. Kiddos won’t need them.
Parents only need to provide their child with a backpack, clean washcloth or sock, and a healthy snack for each day.
5th Grade Teacher
Hello! My name is Mrs. Jennifer Ellis. I graduated from Lycoming College in 1997 with a degree in Accounting and certification in Elementary Education. This is my 18th year of teaching in the Loyalsock Township School District. I taught fourth grade for 2 years, fifth grade math/science for 13 years, and this is my third year as a self-contained fifth grade teacher.
When I am not teaching, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I have five children. Jaime, who is 13, and Jackson, who is 11, both attend Loyalsockl Middle School. Julie, who is 8, and Joey, who is 5, attend Schick Elementary. Finally, Jocelyn is 2 1/2 and goes to preschool.
I love the beach and doing anything outside. I spend most of my weekends and evenings watching my kids play soccer or basketball. I can’t wait to learn about your hobbies and interests!
I am looking forward to a fun, exciting year. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 326-3554 X1154. Click on the links to the left to explore the site. Enjoy!
Here is a list of supplies for the upcoming school year. There are some great sales going on right now and you can purchase most of this for under $5. I have been hitting sales all summer so if you are not able to get the supplies, don’t worry, I have extras in the class room.
- 2 single subject spiral notebooks
- pocket folders
- composition book
You may also want to purchase the following items. I have some in the classroom, but not enough for everyone to have their own.
- colored pencils
- post it notes
- dry erase markers
- snacks (no peanut products)
- ziploc bags
- antibacterial wipes
Day 1 – Music
Day 2 – Gym; Chorus
Day 3 – Art
Day 4 – Music
Day 5 – Gym; Band
Day 6 – Library
Remind 101 is a quick and easy way for me to send you classroom reminders via text messages. If you would like to sign up to receive these reminders, click the link below. I will not receive your cell phone number and you are not able to reply to the number. If you have any questions, please contact me.
We work hard and play hard to achieve a quality Physical Education program that develops a child’s strength, flexibility, and endurance; teaches athletic skills; and promotes a lifetime love of exercise and sports.
A quality Physical Education program does not just happen. It takes a well-planned curriculum, advanced preparation, and classroom management strategies. When these areas are achieved, the program consists of fun, vigorous activity, with little standing around.
At Schick Elementary, we work hard and play hard to achieve a quality Physical Education program that develops a child’s strength, flexibility, and endurance; teaches athletic skills; and promotes a lifetime love of exercise and sports.
Class Participation and Dress Code
All students are expected to participate in regularly scheduled PE classes. If your child cannont participate in classs, please provide medical documentation or a parent note.
Students should wear sneakers during physical education classes. This type of footwear provides the child with some built-in safety features. Please do no allow your child to wear crocs, flip flops, sandals, high-heeled shoes, or boots.
Students should wear comfortable pants or shorts.
Students should not wear dangling or hoop earrings, long necklaces, or loose bracelets. Long hair should be pulled back in a ponytail.