Welcome Parents and Families!My name is Alison Loyd and I am the Special Education teacher serving 3rd Grade in Ms. Stegall's class! I may be a Special Education teacher, but I truly feel as if ALL the kids are my kids!
This is my third year at Sedalia Park and my sixth year teaching! I'm thrilled to spend the day in Ms. Stegall's room, working with her and your students!
I teach because I am an overcomer. I had a prenatal stroke that resulted in a weak left side. In addition, I have low vision. I share this with you because I believe it makes me a better teacher. I believe it inspires others to see what I've accomplished despite my limits. My purpose is to inspire those struggling with limits to endure and overcome through the expression of my story.
I'm looking forwarad to a great year! Please don't hesitate to reach out to me!
I huge thank you to everyone for coming to conferences last week! We had 100% participation! I know many of you had to change work schedules, juggle kids, and rearrange to be there, and we so appreciate it Nothing beats a face-to-face talk. YOur children are each gifts to us!
With the schedule goin back to normal, I wanted to let you know what "normal" is as it has changed a bit since the beginning of the semester. The students have been doing this schedule for about a month, but coming off the conference week, I wanted to give you a refresher.
7:50 Bell rings. After that, we have to send your students to the Office for a Tardy slip. This includes coming from Breakfast Thank you for seeing to it that they're on time!
8-8:30 Town Hall Meeting and Brain Break
10:50-11:09 Science/Social Studies
12-12:30 Finish Science/Social Studies/Library Time
Thursday, November 2 is our annual favorite....Reading Night! This year's theme is "Snuggle Up to Reading". Come in your PJs, enjoy some games, some theater, and other reading fun! Want help knowing how to read with your child? This night's for you!
When: November 2nd at 6 PM, following the PTA Meeting