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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Second-grader Nora Foley said, "Peace is important to me because I like when everyone is nice to each other.
This book is for second-graders, and that's good because Tyrone is a second-grader," said Hager in one of her first public appearances since her May 10 wedding at the Bushes' ranch at Crawford, Texas.
On November 29, Taylor Merritt, a seven-year-old second-grader at Morgan Elementary School, received special recognition.
Slow Bird was a unison charmer for Shepley Metcalf and her second-grader niece; in Oh, soloist Koh performed like a younger, equally virtuosic version of Corbett.
Even as a second-grader, the story said, Tom Monaghan wanted to be a priest: "I believe it was the highest, most important thing I could do as a human being.
Seconds felt like hours, and it wasn't long before the second-grader herself called 911.
Second-grader Laura Greska opted to report on The Story of Christmas by Sally Owen, which focuses on the birth of Jesus Christ, the centerpiece of the holiday for Christians.
Child's Play Touring Theatre's teaching method works this way; second-grader Amy from Fairfield, CT gets a writing assignment from her teacher.
Max is a second-grader at Boylston Elementary School, and a regular participant in motorcycle trials, Hare Scrambles and motocross races around New England.
SHERMAN OAKS -- Riverside Drive Elementary School officials are trying to ease the pain for one family following the tragic death of Diana Pena, the 17-year-old sister and frequent companion of second-grader Modesto.
Second-grader, Shaker Heights Elementary School, Cleveland,