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CHRISTINA MCANALLY
CHRISTINA MCANALLY
Profile Last Updated on 08/19/13
Everything you need to know you learned in Kindergarten.
 

Assignments

All Classes
  • 1. Read 15 minutes

    2. Rote count to 100 (expectation for by the end of the year)

    3. Practice Sight Words (expectation of 60 sight words by the end of the year)

     
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About Me

Howdy! This is my sixth year to teach at Little Bay Primary. I moved to Rockport and joined the ACISD staff in 2008. I am a graduate of Texas A&M University. I love children and watching them learn. They are our future and the best investment we can make. I believe children are the most precious blessing we're given.

Interests

I love God and my Family! They are the most important things in my life. 

I am the Math Subject Area Coordinator for Little Bay. This is my 4th year to hold this position. I have the privilege to work with my co-teachers on writing and planning lessons and assessments for our campus. I also enjoy coaching and assisting my fellow teachers with being the best Math teacher they can be.

I enjoy fishing and being on the water. One of the many reasons I choose to live here! I recently took up running and enjoy it. Enjoy all types of music, movies, and books. Cooking is the best stress reliever. I believe in the value of learning new things and trying new things. It's what helps us grow as individuals. 

 

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CHRISTINA MCANALLY's Schedule

 TimeClassRoom
1 7:30 - 11:30 Kinder HR 11
2 11:30 - 2:45 Planning/Conference  
3 12:00 - 12:00 Planning/Conference  
4 12:00 - 12:00 Planning/Conference  
5 12:00 - 12:00 Planning/Conference  
6 12:00 - 12:00 Planning/Conference  
7 12:00 - 12:00 Planning/Conference  
8 12:00 - 12:00 Planning/Conference  
9 12:00 - 12:00 Behav & Soc Gro 23

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FAQ

How Can I Help My Child Be successful in school?

1. Read EVERYDAY! You can read to your child or have your child read to you

…either way…READ!

2. Create a consistent after-school routine. Help your child study and complete their homework.

3. Be POSITIVE! Always speak positively about school, learning, and your child’s teacher.

4. Encourage! Give your child the opportunity to excel in all areas of their academics.

5. Be sure that your child is getting plenty of rest each night and is ready for school each day.

6. Teach your child to be responsible for their actions and to take pride in all they do!

7. Stay INVOLVED! Make it a point to ask your child about their day.

 

8. Communicate...Please know you can contact me with any questions or concerns.