Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Allie Kaylor
Student packets have been mailed home including 20 days worth of instruction. In addition to this packet, here are some resources that you can use with your children for the duration of school closings:
--www.abcmouse.com (login- email@example.com Password- kaylor1)
Click on student login, and you should see your child's name. Click on their name. They know how to navigate this site.
--www.starfall.com is a website with some free learning activities.
--www.abcya.com is another website with some free learning activities.
Other things that you can work on are:
--learning how to do laundry
--using a microwave
--simple household chores (taking out the trash, washing dishes, vacuuming)
--simply reading with your child each day will do a lot of good :)
I will be going on maternity leave on March 26th, so please contact the school if you have any questions or concerns. We are not exactly sure how long this will last or what modifications will be made going forward. If you need me prior to March 26th, I am available by email. Please let the children know that we miss them and hope to see them again soon! Please stay safe during this time of uncertainty.
My name is Allie Kaylor, and I teach Exceptional Children. This is my 10th year teaching and my 5th year teaching at West. I graduated from Lenoir-Rhyne University with a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education and an additional license in Exceptional Children. I also obtained my Master's Degree from Appalachian State University in Reading Education K-12. I live in Alexander County with my husband, our 3 year old, and our 3 dog-children.
I am excited for another year of working with your students and helping them to love learning and seeing growth. I am always available by phone at the school and can also be reached by email. firstname.lastname@example.org
We will not be having homework assigned within our class, as we will work hard to complete all assignments at school. Please review student planners on a daily basis as there will be important information communicated regularly.