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Hello Pisgah pirates! I'm so excited to be your child's teacher! I grew up in Clarksville, TN and am a product of the CMCSS school district. I graduated from Austin Peay State University with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education (K-5). I have been apart Pisgah pirate family since 2019. There are so many wonderful things to look forward to this school year! Lots of learning and love will be shared with your student in my classroom - I can't wait for our journey together!
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4th Grade Supply List

  • 3 dozen #2 yellow pencils 
  • 1 pair scissors
  • 6 glue sticks
  • 1 (4oz.) bottle liquid glue
  • 1 box (24 count) crayons
  • 1 large box of tissues
  • 1 bottle hand sanitizer
  • 5 plastic 3-prong pocket folders
  • 1 package of disinfecting wipes
  • 1 package of 4 dry erase markers (BLACK INK PREFERRED)
  • 5 packages wide rule loose leaf paper
  • 1 wide rule, 100-page composition notebook book (STUDENTS WILL NEED 1 FOR MATH, WOULD RECOMMEND PURCHASING MORE THAN 1 FOR OTHER CLASSES)
  • 1 wide rule spiral notebook
  • 2 yellow highlighters
  • 1 zippered supply pouch (POUCH PREFERRED OVER CRAYON BOX)
  • 1 package graph paper

Teacher Wish List:

  • White copy paper
  • Colored copy paper
  • Colored card stock 
  • Cleaning products (wipes, paper towels, disinfecting spray, etc.)
  • Tissue
  • Hand sanitizer 
  • Liquid Glue
  • Dry erase markers 
  • Wooden pencils 
  • Starburst (for student rewards)
  • Skittles (for student rewards)
  • M&Ms (for student rewards)
  • Listen when the teacher is talking
  • Follow directions quickly
  • Keep your hands, feet, and belongings to yourself
  • Raise your hand to speak or stand
  • Be safe, be kind, be honest

These rules are posted within the classroom and will be discussed and referenced daily. Please discuss these rules with your student within the first few weeks of school to ensure that they are aware of the classroom expectations.