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Contact Mrs. McClellen by e-mail


by phone after 3 pm at 377-4166,

or  via  the  office  at  376-4355.

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     Hello from     

   Mrs. McClellen : )  

  Welcome to Room A! 

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Our classroom is a special community where students are

kind, respectful, and loving to themselves and to others.

We focus on fostering curiosity, practicing personal best, and learning to enjoy the process of creating as well as the created product.  We strive to learn positive social skills admidst the developmental needs of a 5-6 year old.  We practice asking questions, putting ourselves in others' shoes, and being friendly even though everyone may not be our friend.  We strive to challenge our intellect and to be patient with ourselves as we grow. 


Outside the classroom, you can help your child succeed by:

  • exploring vocabulary
  • practicing real-life math
  • providing creative playtime, and
  • fostering independence.


Here's to a great year of Kindergarten,

"where kids learn everything they need to know!"