Second Grade

Second Grade Announcements

  • Middle Schoolers Help Out with Math Extras


    Every Friday, Middle School students who signed up for the activity “Lower School Leaders” travel to the Manse Addition to help the second graders with their “Math Extras.” Here the older students work with the younger students to solve increasingly complex tangram puzzles.

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  • Second Grader's Green Poster Earns Recognition

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    Meredith Rizek ’24 won third place in the Green Expo poster contest sponsored by the Davidsonville Area Civic Association. Her poster earned $25 for Key’s environmental education program. We are proud of your work, Meredith!

  • Second Grader Sees Need - Takes Action

    Shared by Lower School Divison Head Emily Legum

    One cold December afternoon as I sat in my office after school and was bemoaning the fact that winter was upon us, I got a welcome visit from second grader Gabrielle Demuren. It seems Gabi saw a problem and wanted to do something about it. She explained that while visiting the Children’s Hospital in Washington, D.C., to deliver birthday gifts she had received to children undergoing medical treatment, she was astounded to see teenage patients in the hospital. She realized the gifts she brought were not appropriate for the older teens. In fact, she found out that they had very little to keep them occupied beside the things they brought from home.

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  • Key Student Leads Effort to Support the Children of the Philippines Project

    After learning of the conditions of many orphanages in the Philippines from a family friend, second grader Abby Snowdon devised a plan to take action.

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  • After School Chess Club Takes Second Place at Invitational Tourney

    Congratulations to all members of Key’s After School Chess Club, comprising eight second through fifth grade students, for winning second place at the Broadneck Elementary Invitational Chess Tournament. Eight local elementary schools took part in the three-round tournament. Key’s team comprised fifth graders Tim Duckett, Racheal Fisher and Eden Valdivieso; fourth graders Luca Barranco, Sam Fisher and Kalden Namgyal; third grader Carter Janney; and second grader Christopher Zomber.