Mrs. Anna Perl
St. Joseph School teachers welcome and encourage communication with families regarding all aspects of a student's development.
Faculty Fast Facts
Why a Catholic Education Matters
I believe that God is present in all aspects of our lives and that having God as a partner in education makes it more meaningful. I love bringing my students closer to God through our time together. I am a product of Catholic education--nursery school through Notre Dame. I want to provide that same faith-based education for our students.
Subject Area/Grade and Related Education
B.S Long Island University
M.S SUNY Brockport
St. Joseph School Advisor/Coordinator
After School Program
First Reconciliation and First Communion Preparation
Vacation Bible School Science Teacher
Local Community Involvement
Our Lady of Mercy (LeRoy) Traditional Choir
Second Grade News
Welcome to Second Grade at St. Joseph School! I hope everyone had a great summer, filled with fun activities and relaxing vacations. I am looking forward to getting to know all of my students in the weeks and months to come. We’ll spend some time right away learning the routines of our classroom, and how to be a good classroom citizen. Stop in and check out our flexible seating options!
We find that we are welcomed to the Church and that belonging to the Church shows us how to live as Jesus lived. Jesus is God’s greatest gift to us!
We will reunite with the Superkids, and join them as they hit Second Grade. With their teacher, Ms. Blossom, they will have many new adventures! There will be spelling words to study each week with a daily spelling homework sheet. In the first quarter, the students will review proper formation of the print alphabet and work on neat penmanship by writing daily about their feelings, their activities, or what we are learning in other subject areas. We will spend time discussing what makes a good sentence, and put those items into practice.
We will jump right into math with addition and subtraction facts within 20, using different strategies such as ten frames, number bonds, making tens, and word problems. There will be a short homework assignment each night, so the students will be making use of homework folders and writing down homework duties.
Science will find us looking at matter. We will learn what matter is, and the properties of matter such as color, luster, texture, and buoyancy. In Social Studies, we will explore communities, from our classroom community to our world community, and the customs and traditions associated with them. We will also discuss a community service project that will help other children. We should have a very busy beginning of the school year!