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Welcome to my 2nd Grade class! Website!! 
Ms. Lisa Young
2nd Grade Teacher
School phone #: (512) 278-4250  
E-mail: Lisa.Young@manorisd.net
Daily Schedule for my homeroom:

2nd Grade Schedule 

Monday - Friday

7:00 to 7:20-first bell; 7:30-tardy bell

7:25-8:15   Intervention / Morning Meeting

8:15-9:10   Reading

9:10-9:55   Writing

9:55-10:45   Specials

10:45-11:10   Recess / Restroom

11:15-11:45  Lunch

11:45-12:05  P.U.R.R.R time (Panthers Unite and Read, Read, Read)

12:05-1:35   Math

1:35-2:20  Science / Social Studies

2:20-2:25  Dismissal Routines


Conference Period: 10:00 to 10:45 

I am privileged to work with your precious student at Pioneer Crossing Elementary! This is my 11th year in education and my 4th year at PCE. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication majoring in Journalism from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1989. Email is the fastest way to reach me, but you may call my room for emergencies. You may also call my classroom phone and leave a message. I will return your call promptly. Thank you for all you do! PCE Panthers ROCK!
 
 

Recent Posts

Got College?  Thanks to AVID Elementary, we are already preparing!!  PCE is an AVID school!  AVID is an international college readiness program, giving students skills that will prepare them for success throughout their entire education.  AVID stands for:  Advancement Via Individual Determination!
Ms. Young's class enjoyed time with Ms. Margaret and Mr. Kamrin for Creative Action!  Thank you to two awesome teachers!!
Rice University represented by Ms. Young's Class for College Week!  Check out the real rice on the owls!!
Ms. Young's "Rockin' Readers and Writers" are excited about taking on the "50 Book Challenge" this year!  Each student's individual goal is to read 50 books of 50 pages or more by the end of the year!!!
4th grade students strike a "Power Pose" with Daniel Letz, our new Badger Dog Writing Artist!  Posing like this not only gives us power to write, but makes our facial muscles smile and puts us in a good mood!!!
 
Ms. Young's Writing students compete in a game of "Kahoot" with the iPads to review vocabulary!
Ms. Young's Homeroom students relax in front of the Zachary Scott Theater during a February field trip
Ms. Young's homeroom students enjoy a beautiful outing at Zilker Park in Austin during a field trip to Zachary Scott Theater!
Ms. Young's Students use an interactive Venn Diagram to determine the similarities and differences between Personal Narrative and Expository Essays.
Ms. Young's 4th graders work on an AVID "One-Pager" describing how to write a personal narrative.