Extra! Extra! Read all about it! As we jump into the second quarter, beginning on Thursday, October 11th, the Teasley Attendance Team wants to reward those students who come to school on time every day. Students who have perfect attendance at the end of the second 9 weeks, ending on Friday, December 21st, will receive a free dress down day, a surprise treat, and 1 entry into the end of the year drawing for a BRAND NEW BIKE! Furthermore, those students who have perfect attendance for the entire school year will have the opportunity to participate in a end of year celebration during the last week of school as well as FOUR entries into the drawing for the bike! Thank you so much for your support with getting your student to school on time every day.
Conference week is quickly approaching (October 15th – 19th)! Please sign up for a time where you may meet with us to receive your child’s first quarter report card and discuss his/her progress. We ask that you ensure that your time is adhered to so that we will be able to start and finish on time. This will allow you time to ask any questions or voice concerns. Please sign up for one day and time slot. Times go quickly, so please sign up as soon as you are able.
When signing up, please type your child’s FIRST NAME in the comments section. If you have specific items that you would like to discuss, please email either myself or Ms. Harris before your conference time.
*****Please note that school dismisses 2 hours earlier each day of this conference week. Students are welcome to visit with parents/guardians during the conference.
My name is Ms. Tope’ Harris and I am so excited to join the Teasley Tigers. It is my hope that this will be an awesome and fantastic school year! I am highly qualified in Special Education General Curriculum (P-12) and all core content subjects (P-8). I am English to Speakers of Other Languages and Gifted endorsed and I also have an Educational Leadership Certification.
This is my 12th year in education. I began my educational journey at Narvie J. Harris Theme School, teaching Kindergarten for a year. I then moved on to Briar Vista Elementary School where I taught Montessori Pre-K/Kindergarten for 4 years. Next I transitioned to Eldridge L. Miller Elementary School, where I taught Moderate Intellectually Disabled students for 2 years. I ended my career in DeKalb County School District at Avondale Elementary where I taught Interrelated Special Education for 3 years and served as the Special Education Lead Teacher for 1 year.
It is my absolute pleasure to be your child’s teacher! I look forward to preparing your child for fifth grade and making this school year as successful as possible! Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. You may call the school; send an email, or a note. I know that this year will be a great school year for you and your child!
This is a fun and exciting event that you won’t want to miss! Each 4th grade student has been researching a historical figure that has influenced change and/or played a role in making change in society.
Students have worked hard researching their historical figure and will showcase their work by dressing up and participating in a wax museum. We hope you will join us for this fun event.
Your child has chosen a historical figure. They have been researching their person and will be writing an informational essay about their historical figure. At home, we will need you to help him/her pick out a costume that will portray this person. Please do not feel obligated to purchase an expensive costume. Be creative, ask a neighbor for ideas, go online for ideas, go to the Goodwill or consignment shop for items. Think about a good prop that would catch the attention of visitors. You will be surprised what you will find. Thanks for your help and we hope to see you at the Wax Museum.
In reading/social studies, students will continue learning about how individuals and events led to the beginning of the American Revolution. Students will learn about key individuals and events that influenced this change in our history.