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    Name: Kimberly Myles-Stewart, M.Ed., NBCT
    Grade: K-3
    Subject: Special Education/Collaborative Teacher 
    Classroom: 305-B
    Phone 205-510-5315
    April 1, 2020                                                
    Good Day Parents and Students!
    I am revising my initial message to address our current state of learning. We at Robinson Elementary School are greatly committed to teaching our students and helping them to master needed skills across the curriculum. I ask all parents to be patient with us as we navigate this new journey, as well as your assistance in helping us to arrive there successfully. I will continue to work with your student and will both send and review work completed in learning packets as well as monitor progress on both LEXIA and Mobymax Math and Reading for those who have access to technology.
    Additionally, I am available directly to assist with any questions Monday through Thursday from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Please feel free to contact me via email or at the direct number above for any needed information or assistance. 
    Parents, we are in this together and we will win!
    It takes a village.
    *Below are useful websites for all ages and grades K-5, that will allow your child to practice needed skills and challenge them with fun educational activites that will prepare them for the upcoming school year.
    -www.mycapstonelibrary.com (3000 free e-books) 
    August 8, 2019
    I am looking forward to a prosperous school year filled with much learning. For the 2019-2020 school year, I am entering my seventeenth year of teaching. I am a proud graduate of Ramsay Alternative High School and received my undergraduate degree in English (Sociology minor) at Dillard University in New Orleans. Additionally, I earned a Masters in Early Childhood Special Education at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. I have a great passion for teaching students at all levels and decided to further my expertise to better address the needs of my students by earning National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) designation in 2008 as an Exceptional Needs Specialist. As of 2018, I earned recertification status as a National Board Certified Teacher. I firmly believe all students can learn, but it takes a village including both teachers and parents to "think outside the box" to ensure that goal comes to fruition.

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