Welcome to 2nd Grade
One of my greatest passions is to share the love of Jesus through mission work. I encourage children to share their faith as they help others with basic needs within our community, nation, and across the world.
The Lord has blessed me with a wonderful husband, Ed, two step-daughters, and three beautiful grandchildren. I love to garden, spend time on the beach, and travel.
I am looking forward to a great year of learning and growing with the children and families that God has entrusted to my care. Praise God for all the blessings He showers upon us each and every day!
Welcome to 2nd Grade! My name is Katie Pettibone. I graduated from Oakland University in 2009 with a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education and a major in Language Arts. I am trained in DIBELS, Reading Horizons, and MLPP.
This is my 9th year here at Immanuel. I taught 7th grade my first year and am now going on my 6th year of teaching 2nd grade. I taught Sunday School here for 5 years as well as VBS for 8 years. I have been coming to church at Immanuel all of my life, in fact, I was baptized here by Pastor Mike! I live in Clinton Township with my husband of 8 years, Andrew and our son, Jackson who is in 4 year old preschool here at Immanuel. I look forward to getting to know each and every one of the children and parents as we embark on a wonderful journey together with God.
Mrs. O'Meara's Field Trips
Mrs. Pettibone's Field Trips
Monday, September 24: Stony Creek Nature Center- $7.00
Friday, November 16: Clinton -Macomb Public Library-Free
Thursday, February 21: Nino Salvaggio's International Marketplace- Free
Monday, May 6: Poppleton School $13.00
Michigan Law requires all children under the age of 8 to ride in a booster seat until they are 4’9” tall.
Mrs. O'Meara's Schedule
Mrs. Pettibone's Schedule
Second Grade Curriculum
Just Right Book Suggestions
The books on this list were cross-referenced with our local public library so many of the titles should be available to you and your child at no cost. Many of the titles in this resource are fiction, but don’t hesitate to read non-fiction texts too.
Thank you for all you do to help your child grow as a reader!
Show and Tell
1. Speak clearly and loudly. Have your child practice presenting to you.
2. Explain what the item is. What does it do? Is there anything special or different about the item?
3. Where did you get the item? Was it a gift from someone? Is it a souvenir from some place you visited?
4. Where do you keep it?
5. Why did you choose this item? Does it relate to anything we are doing in school? Is it an interest of yours?