I am hoping that you received my email with some additional details about Meet the Teacher Night! I can't wait to meet each of you on Tuesday evening (6-7 PM). Our classroom is Room 203 and is directly across from Mrs. Wood's classroom.
As you are walking down the hallway you will notice some crates outside several of the classrooms. You and your child will be sorting his or her school supplies into the crates outside of our classroom, so please bring your child's supplies with you. If they are not labeled - it is okay! If you don't have everything yet, that is okay too! Just bring what you do have. The items that do not have a crate or basket will go into your child's cubby inside our classroom. Bringing your child's supplies will make life so much simpler on Thursday morning, I promise! It will not only help you and your child but also me as well.
There will be a couple of forms to fill out on the back table inside my classroom.
One of these will be a transportation form where you'll write down how your child is getting home from school. If your child is a bus rider you will need to know his or her bus number. There should be someone from the bus barn in the gym to help you with this if you do not know their bus number.
Please do not hesitate to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions at all! I cannot wait to share this year with you and your child!
Getting to Know Mrs. Kramer
Years in education: This is my 13th year teaching! I taught kindergarten for 4 years (at East) before moving to 1st grade.
Favorite Food: Cheese Pizza (The Big Slice has the absolute best in Springfield!)
Drink: Coke, Dr. Pepper or water
Music: Country or Christian
Interesting Facts: 3rd grade teacher, Mrs. Letterman, is my younger sister. Our older sister teaches in Springfield. The fun doesn't stop there... our dad was an elementary principal and our mother was a speech pathologist for Springfield Public Schools. 5 for 5 in education.