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Thank You!

It was great to meet all of you last night! I went home with a smile on my face and in my heart! I look forward to beginning a wonderful journey next week with an amazing 3rd-grade class.

Thank you to everyone who signed up and brought in classroom donations. Our classroom would not function without your generosity. All donations are so very greatly appreciated. 

Thank you!

Dear Parents,

The school year has flown by and now we only have one more school day until summer vacation. I want to thank each of you for sharing your children with me this school year. I feel so blessed to have been a part of your children’s lives. 

Also, thank you so much for the outpouring of volunteerism and donations for our class this year.  I truly could not have had all the activities and have them run so smoothly if I hadn’t had such great support.

Have a safe, healthy, and happy summer!  I will miss you! agcthankyou8

Kym Burdis




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Happy Holidays!

Thank you for your donations and time to make our breakfast a huge success.  We had a great day celebrating. 🙂

Also, I am deeply touched by your generosity toward me. Thank you for all the lovely gifts, they are very much appreciated. 

MERRY CHRISTMAS! May you have a happy, healthy and blessed NEW YEAR!

What’s Coming Up- Week of October 31

halloweenHappy Halloween!

I know that this is a busy and exciting evening for families. My treat to you is to give students the night off from Math homework and Moby Max! Have a fun and stay safe tonight!

Thank you to all of the parents who donated items, helped out, or just came to our fall party on Friday. We appreciate you! 


  • Reading expectation 100 minutes per week.
  • Camp balance reminder sheet will be included with report card envelopes and given out during conference week.  The remaining camp balance will be due by November 18.
  • Moby Max – All fifth-grade students are expected to complete five minutes of math fact fluency practice at home each night (Monday through Thursday) using Moby Max. Success in fifth-grade math is highly dependent on fact fluency and number sense.pumpkin