Woodland Public Schools 2nd grade students celebrate 2-22-22


Students from all the second-grade classes at North Fork Elementary School took part in a variety of different activities

Second grade students at Woodland Public Schools held a “Two-Tuesday” Parade in recognition of a unique date – February 22, 2022 (or 2/22/22 when abbreviated). 

Second graders at North Fork Elementary School held a parade to recognize the date 2-22-2022. Photo courtesy Woodland School District
Second graders at North Fork Elementary School held a parade to recognize the date 2-22-2022. Photo courtesy Woodland School District

Students from all the second-grade classes at North Fork Elementary School took part in a variety of different activities ranging from creating hats in recognition of the date, participating in classroom scavenger hunts where they identified the number of “2’s” in a room, and spending a few minutes at the end of the school day to parade throughout the school.

Second graders at North Fork Elementary School held a parade to recognize the date 2-22-2022. Photo courtesy Woodland School District
Second graders at North Fork Elementary School held a parade to recognize the date 2-22-2022. Photo courtesy Woodland School District

Amy Craig, a second-grade teacher at North Fork Elementary School, came up with the idea to help students further reinforce concepts of time and date while also recognizing a unique opportunity. 

“While not necessarily a significant date in terms of history, dates like these are quite rare, especially since my students are in second grade, another ‘two,’” she said. “By studying this unique date, students work on developing their time and date skills while also becoming more aware of patterns and outliers.”

Second graders took part in activities to learn the unique ways date and time work. Photo courtesy Woodland School District
Second graders took part in activities to learn the unique ways date and time work. Photo courtesy Woodland School District
Second graders took part in activities to learn the unique ways date and time work. Photo courtesy Woodland School District
Second graders took part in activities to learn the unique ways date and time work. Photo courtesy Woodland School District

Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools educates students and serves the community, by visiting the dedicated news webpage at www.woodlandschools.org/news/wsd

Information provided by Woodland School District.

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