second grade

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second grade

n
(Education) (in the US) the second year of school, when children are seven or eight years old
ˌsecond-ˈgrader n
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Elementary West second-grader Ya Jing Plescia walked up to the machine before a crowd of district parents, staff members and local civic leaders, inserted a token, made her selection and then watched as the book tipped forward so slowly that it at first appeared to be stuck.
The book makes you meet Yasmin, who is a spirited second-grader who's always takes heed for those 'aha' moments to help her solve life's little prob-lems.
According to police sources, resident of Yazman 11-year-old Kashif, a second-grader, had gone missing about one and half months ago.
Second-grader Rosalinda Colunga eagerly showed off the pile of books she collected to take home.
It was like having 100 second-grader dramaturgs on hand, which is kind of amazing.
Sweet fourth-grader Brian Wu won the elementary grades $150 prize, and second-grader Skylar Monroe of the of F.K.
The Life of Ty: Non-Random Acts of Kindness receives fine line drawings by Jed Henry as it tells of a second-grader who is discovering all sorts of challenges in his school and classmates.
Min-woo is a second-grader and his mother comes from Vietnam.
A Second-grader came to the health Office complaining of not feeling well.
That's how they make balls," said second-grader Bryana Clark.
Hikaru Sakaguchi, a second-grader in elementary school, was hospitalized in critical condition after the accident at a FamilyMart Co.