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Hi Families and Welcome to Kindergarten! I am so excited to be with your students this year! This is my first year with CMCSS, but my 2nd year teaching. I graduated in May 2021 from Colorado Christian University with my B.A. in Elementary Education. My husband just retired from the military after 21 years of service, which is what brought us back to Clarksville. We have 3 children, Nevaeh,14, Xayden, 11, and Sawyer, 5. When I am not in the classroom, I am spending time with my family, watching movies, hanging at the ball field (watching our son play), and traveling. I am looking forward to a great year!
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Oakland uses a positive behavior matrix that promotes student awareness in expected behaviors.  This matrix can be seen in every room, throughout the building, is described in our school handbook located in the front of each student's provided OWL planner, and builds off our character trait acronym (WISDOM) banners handing from our foyer ceiling.  Each desired trait is broken down to identify school related desired behaviors to create student understanding and awareness of expectations.  These indicators are also linked to Class Dojo, which is used not only by teachers but throughout the entire building by special area teachers, special service providers, support staff, and administrators to provide consistency for our students and with parent communication.  The six overarching categories/character traits that student friendly indicators are broken down for on the visual matrix that students are taught about and expected to strive for are: