Teaching Rocks! Teachers have the best job in the world to empower our students to make a difference in the world.
I continue to grow as a teacher, but I am certain that I can positively influence my student’s lives by having a hands-on learning classroom with differentiated instruction, consistent expectations, and engaging rigorous lessons.
My name is Mrs. Noles and teaching is my passion and it is not just my job! I have previously lived in Central Asia for 2 ½ years where I taught English as second language in a variety of settings. I have taught in public school systems for 10 years, and I am entering my 11th year of teaching. I have been a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade teacher, and have also been a special needs teacher. Every year I learn new things to meet the needs of my students. I work hard at instilling the value of life-long learning into my students; therefore, I pursue life-lifelong learning myself.
I am a native of the New Orleans area, and grew up in the public school system there. I have always loved school and learning new things. My teaching experiences have had students who come from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds and different learning needs. I continue to learn from my students, others, and I collaborate with my co-workers to give my students the best education I can. Children’s lives matter to me.
The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles, but to irrigate deserts. C. S. Lewis
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. It is so important to keep communication open between us. I look forward to a great year together!
Good Rule of Thumb Always check with your child’s teacher FIRST about concerns. Teachers like to be informed and will be glad to visit with you.