• Welcome to 2nd Grade!


    2nd Grade / Second Grade Information

     You're in for an exciting year!  We will become stronger readers, writers, mathematicians, scientists, and historians during second grade.  Most importantly we'll continue learning how to become friendly & kind Sully Hornets who show the 3Rs- respectful, responsible, and ready- each and every day!  We can't wait to meet you in August.  Until then, make sure to read every day and practice your math facts!

Meet the 2nd Grade Team

Miss Annamarie Frost

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Miss Annamarie Frost

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Hi second grade students and parents!  My name is Miss Frost and I am very excited about teaching second grade this year!  I have been teaching third grade for the past six years- all at Sully too!  Teaching has actually been my dream job since I was an elementary school student myself.  I am originally from Atlanta, Georgia but headed north to attend James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA.  I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies with minors in elementary education and general music and loved it so much that I got to stay a little bit longer to earn my Master of Arts in Teaching degree.  Outside of the classroom, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, cheering on my favorite sports teams- the JMU Dukes, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, Washington Capitals, attending concerts, reading, and traveling.  I look forward to a great year and can’t wait to meet each of you!


Mrs. Talia Greene

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Mrs. Talia Greene

Hi! My name is Mrs. Greene and I am so excited to teach at Sully again this year! I have experience teaching in grades Kindergarten, First, and Third. I am originally from North Carolina where I received my masters degree in Elementary Education from Appalachian State University. In my free time I love to travel, listen to music, and spend time with my family and friends. Please follow me on Twitter to see what is happening in our classroom! @MrsTCGreene