Teaching since Fall 2001 – 3rd year in 2nd grade

About

I started teaching at Deaf Smith Elementary in 2001. We are a 100% Title I school. Before this I ran a Children’s Art Museum. I taught 5th grade, then I taught technology as part of the specials team. Unfortunately the budget crisis meant that program had to be cut. I taught 4th grade for 2 years, before moving to my current 2nd grade position.

 

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  1. Hi Kimberly! You are name number 2 on the 80 schools database AND you are in the same time zone. I’m not totally certain how this Skype project is to proceed, but I am excited to try. I have a grade 5 and 6 class; however due to large numbers the grade 5 students are with another teacher from 9:00 to 11:00 each day. Hopefully we’ll hear from you soon.

  2. I have a 4th grade class in Southern California that would love to comment on your students blogs and receive some comments from your students in return.
    Just a note, that our comments need to be approved before becoming public, so they won’t be seen immediately – I clear them about twice a day. Here’s our address if you are interested. We’re part of 4000 bloggers on this community.
    http://students.saugususd.org/_ownedusers/owned.php?owner=41

    Thanks,
    Arlene

    • Dear Kimberly, I have kids from 10 to 12 years old, I teach english in a spanish country. right now we are going to start our winter vacations. we’ll start in august, 1st. i thought that we can work with diff. books and the kids could interchange theirs points of view by e-mail. what do you think?

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