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Ms. Filandro's Second Grade



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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions: This page contains answers to common questions
of students and parents.
  1. How can I contact Ms. Filandro?
  2. Will there be homework every night?
  3. How much time should be spent on homework?
  4. When can my child get extra help?
  5. Why did you ask me to sign my child's homework?
  6. Do I have to sign and return tests?
  7. What does it mean when my child gets a yellow light or time out?



How can I contact Ms. Filandro?

Please contact me via email at filandro@oaklandschoolsnj.org or
call the school at (201) 337-5822. Also, if you have a quick
question you can write me note, and I will get back to you that
day.
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Will there be homework every night?

We will have homework Monday thru Friday. Children are encouraged
to read for 15 minutes every night. If they read 4 out of 7
nights, they will receive a sticker on their reading card. Ten
stickers earns a "Yippee" and a reward.
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How much time should be spent on homework?

Homework should take approximately no more than one hour.
However, each child works at his or her own pace. If you find
your child is taking longer than this, please contact meand we
will work together to find a solution.
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When can my child get extra help?

I am available for extra help on Tuesdays. Please contact me via
note or phone call for an appointment.
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Why did you ask me to sign my child's homework?

Most times, the reason for this is that the child has forgotten
to do part of their homework. This is my way notifying you of
this.
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Do I have to sign and return tests?

Yes. Math tests, spelling tests, and language arts tests should
be signed and returned. This ensures that you and I both know how
your child is doing.
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What does it mean when my child gets a yellow light or time out?

A yellow light is my warning system to students who are not
following the classroom rules. Students receive two chances at
yellow, and then receive a time out. Students who stay on green
all day are rewarded after ten days of good behavior by a visit
to the prize box.
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