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Welcome to first grade! I am excited to be your child's teacher this year! I am originally from South Dakota, but moved to Clarksville when my father was stationed with the Army at Ft. Campbell in 1993 and I have been a part of this community ever since. My husband and I have two daughters - a 6th grader at New Providence and a 9th grader at Northwest. As a Multi-Classroom Leader (MCL), I am partnered with two Teacher Residents - Brooke Fuentes and Krystalynn French - who will be with us every day to provide instruction and support student learning during this school year - the final year of their program. I'm confident we will create a special classroom community including students, teachers, and family members to make this a productive and memorable school year!
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School Supply List:

  • 1 dozen #2 pencils (YELLOW, please - no mechanical pencils)
  • 1 pair blunt scissors
  • 6 glue sticks
  • 4 boxes (24 count) crayons
  • 1 plastic school box (no flexible pouches, please)
  • 1 large box of tissues
  • 1 package anti-bacterial wipes
  • 1 package (4 count) dry erase markers (black are best)
  • 1 wide rule composition notebook
  • 1 wide rule spiral bound notebook
  • plastic, 3-prong folders with pockets
  • *Headphones - If possible, please provide a set of headphones your child will wear comfortably to keep at school. They will use their school-issued computers daily but headphones are not provided by the school system.
  • *Water Bottle - The drinking fountains are available, but if you would prefer your child use a personal bottle to stay hydrated throughout the day, please provide one for school use. Students can refill bottles using bottle-filling stations. Please, send water only for drinking in the classroom.

Our ONE classroom rule is: If what you are doing INTERFERES with learning, HURTS someone's heart, or PREVENTS you from being your best self, YOU SHOULD NOT BE DOING IT.

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