Welcome to third grade! Third grade is a very exciting and challenging year. We learn so many new things! With your support and teamwork, I hope to help each student have an exciting and enriching year. If you would like to reach me, my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
A little about me:
This is my twelfth year teaching third grade at Mulvane Grade School. I love third graders! I have a sign hanging in my classroom that says, "A teacher's ordinary day is an investment in an extraordinary future." by M.A. Radmacher. I believe this with all my heart. I spend each day teaching and mentoring my students to be the best they can be.
My husband of 33 years is a partner in a travel agency called Getaway Easy Travel, which is based in Mulvane. He specializes in group travel, so if you need help planning a family reunion or group getaway, he's the man with the plan to help you. Mulvane is his hometown. He brought his "city girl" wife to the country and we live east of Mulvane. We love spending time with our family, camping, and traveling together.
We have three children who all graduated from Mulvane. Cassie has a Finance degree from Oklahoma Christian University. She and her husband live in the Edmond, Oklahoma area. She works at an investment/insurance company and he works in the international studies office at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Michael works for Audio Visual Architects. He installs home security systems, smart home technology, and audio/video systems in new homes. He and his girlfiend (soon to be fiance) spend most of their time remodeling her home in Mulvane. In his spare time, he loves hunting and working with his Golden Retriever named Chloe.
Brandon graduated three years ago from Oklahoma Christian University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. His wife has her degree in Early Childhood Education. Brandon is in the Leadership Development Program with Textron Aviation. The were relocated from from Augusta, Georgia to Michigan over the summer. He plans to finish the program next summer and move home where he will take back over the care of his cattle.