Welcome to Mrs. Linn's Second/Third Grade Class!
To next year's students...
Dear MacArthur Mustang,
I'm so excited to teach a brand new class at MacArthur! It will be made of second and third grade students. We are going to have lots of fun learning together!
Here's a little information about me. I taught in Thatcher for three years before coming to MacArthur. This will be my 34th year teaching. I taught first grade for 24 years, and second grade for 9 years. I am married and have two children who both attended MacArthur and a little Yorkie named Maisy. I was raised in Safford, Arizona and received my Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Arizona and my Master’s Degree, Early Childhood and Reading Endorsements from Arizona State University.
Please come to “Meet Your Teacher” on Tuesday, August 6 from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. You will start getting to know your new “school family” on our first day of school, which is Wednesday, August 7. School starts at 8:20 a.m., and the tardy bell rings at 8:25 a.m. School is dismissed at 2:25 p.m. on Wednesdays and 2:55 p.m. other days. Your parents will learn more about our class at Parent Information Evening which is on Thursday, August 29.
I know you’ll enjoy our class. This will be a year to remember!
Mrs. Sherri Linn
**Please try to bring your supplies to “Meet Your Teacher” August 6.
Below is a list of optional, but helpful individual school supplies.
1 pair of children’s scissors with a point end
3 ring, hard backed, 1 inch wide binder (any color)
Box of only 24 Crayons (no colored pencils or markers)
5 sharpened pencils with eraser caps
1 large pink eraser
2 large glue sticks (no liquid glue )
2 Plastic, 2 pocket folders (without the center prongs)
Here is a list of optional supplies needed that will be shared with the whole class.
Please put these supplies in the boxes outside of our classroom door.
Tissues, Antibacterial Wipes (for cleaning desks) Glue, Tape,
Freezer baggies (all sizes)
Any extra items from the individual list that you would like to donate for everyone to use.
Do not bring pencil boxes, markers, or ink pens.
Activities to do over the summer to be ready for next year!
Practice counting money up to $100.
Practice telling time to the one minute interval.
Read a book together and let your child make up questions to quiz you about the book.
Write a summer journal of activities.
Work on any of the websites on our Student Page.