Name: Lakesha GoldenSubject: First Grade TeacherContact info: (336) 703-4163 or email@example.com
I'm Mrs.Golden! Welcome to the land of the brilliant bees.Your child will pollinate seeds of greatness! In first grade, your child will read with comprehension and fluency, explore the writing process, practice social studies skills, science, math, and so much more!!! I hope you are ready for a fruitful year because we are! Ms.Elliott and I are the Queen Bees of the class and we are more than ready, excited, and privileged to teach your child. We believe in a parent teacher team. Together we can accomplish anything! Our main goal is to make your child career and college ready. We also want to help them become a well rounded citizen. Please do not hesitate to contact us. A schedule and school info is included in your child's B.E.E. Book. Get ready for a wonderful year!!!
"According to all the laws of aerodynamics, a bumblebee should not be able to fly. Its wingspan is too small for the size of its body. It can't get enough lift. But here's the key: Nobody told the bumblebee, so it flies anyway. It just did what was natural and started flapping its wings and took off into the air." -Mary Kay Ash
Sometimes in life we have to soar beyond our expectationsWelcome and fly high in first grade!!!
About Me: I, Lakesha Golden, earned a Professional Educator's License in Elementary Education (K-6), Middle Grades Language Arts (6-9), and English (9-12). I also earned a Master of Arts in Teaching from Salem College. I gladly serve as a Kindergarten Teacher at Konnoak Elementary in Winston-Salem, NC.
I firmly believe that all students are learners. I believe that teachers should prepare students to become life-long learners by helping to establish a school environment and a classroom that is high achieving, caring, safe, and prepares students for 21st Century Learning.
As a current Kindergarten teacher, I have gained immeasurable knowledge by preparing students to be 21st Century Learners, developing classroom management skills, and gaining knowledge of several effective teaching strategies that infuses differentiation, rigor, and integrated subjects.
“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically... Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.” Martin Luther King, Jr.