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Ms.Chrissy

Room 2 Classroom Happenings

The end of the school year is upon us, and I cannot believe how quickly time went! This was as incredible year of learning in Room 2 -- for the students and for myself. I am thankful for how much they have taught me about Kindergarteners' needs and capabilities (as well as my own). They have come so far in their academic, social, and emotional maturity. I am so impressed with all of the students' growth throughout the year.

 

I am also incredibly appreciative of the support I have received from families! Thank you for your endless hours spent on field trips, classroom celebrations, and school-wide events. Also, thank you for the work you do at home that supports your student and, in turn, our classroom community.

 

For those families whose students are continuing on at Melrose, I am looking forward to seeing familiar faces in the fall. For those who will not be joining us, best of luck in the next adventure!

 

Have a wonderful summer!

 

P.s.~ we have focused the last couple of weeks on blogging some of our experiences. Please enjoy those posts and comments: https://kidblog.org/mschrissys-kinder-class-2016-17.

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About Ms.Chrissy

Hello! My name is Chrissy Hann. I grew up in the San Fernando Valley, where I played lots of sports, planned my November birthday parties in August, and loved math. I left Southern California for a few years to complete my Bachelor's degree at Boston College. I recently moved back to Los Angeles and earned my teaching credential and Master's in Education at UCLA. My first student teaching assignment was at Melrose, and I am extremely happy to be returning as a credentialed teacher.

Memories from Last Year