kimberly.warren@cmcss.net931-648-5680
I am very excited to be a part of the First Grade team at Woodlawn Elementary! I graduated from Ashford University with my Bachelors in Social Science w/ concentration in Education in 2013. I have four children two girls ages 15 & 17 and two boys ages 10 & 12. We enjoy cooking, hiking, outdoor family gatherings and watching movies together. I consider it a privilege to be your child’s teacher and get to see them through this year of tremendous academic and social growth. Teaching your child is a tremendous responsibility and I will do my best to ensure that each student has a safe and motivating learning experience in this upcoming school year.
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931-648-5680

Welcome to First Grade!  Our class will be very interactive. Students will be able to share, discuss, and learn from each other. We will work hard each day! Students will be adjusting to different expectations, accepting responsibility, working together, and listening in order to create a good learning environment. 

  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible

What you can expect from me

  • Communication about expectations and progress
  • Treating all children equally
  • High expectations for students
  • Knowledge and expertise about learning standards and teaching strategies
  • Be a role model
  • Making learning engaging
  • Displays respect to family members

 What I expect from your child

  • Follow directions
  • Take responsibility for their actions
  • Be prepared and have assignments done on time
  • Communicate when they don’t understand
  • Respect for teacher and classmates
  • Take pride in work

What I expect from parents

  • Return phone calls and/or email
  • Support for your child’s learning at home
  • Send children to school ready to learn with adequate sleep, food, and clothing
  • Show of respect to teacher open to both sides
  • Join us in the classroom as a volunteer and attend school functions whenever possible (research shows students with parents who volunteer in school and attend school are more likely to be successful in school)
  • Sign reports and other papers
  • Know what your child is doing in school