Welcome to Kindergarten! Here at PHSSA, our kindergarteners are outside explorers! Students learn through movement, music, and environmental experiences. Kindergarteners go on weekly hikes through Forest Hill Park, where topics discussed in the classroom will be brought to life. Art is another powerful learning tool we implement in kindergarten. This year, your student will be focusing on phonics, number sense, and natural science. We will also put a focus on mindfulness, kindness, and the importance of community.
Emily Evans (email@example.com)-- Mrs. Evans brings over 20 years of teaching experience to our kindergarten team. Most recently she was an Environmental Educator at Maymont’s Nature Center. Prior to that she taught Gifted Ed to third and fourth grade students in Durham, North Carolina. Mrs. Evans has been happy to be back in the classroom and interacting with the entire Patrick Henry community.
Chelsea George (firstname.lastname@example.org) -- Mrs. George received a B.S. degree with minors in elementary education and music from James Madison University in 2013 and went on to obtain a Masters in the Art of Teaching the very next May, also from James Madison University. Ms. George enjoys musicals and getting out into the park system as much as possible. You may catch her running through our wonderful city with her dog, Maggie. She was selected as PHSSA Teacher of the Year 2017-18. Visit Ms. George's class page here.
Heather Shrader (email@example.com) -- Ms. Shrader loves being a part of the Patrick Henry community. Ms. Shrader grew up in Roanoke and received her B.S. from Radford University and her teaching license from Mary Baldwin College. Now she lives in the Glen Allen area of Henrico with her brother, sister-in-law, and nephew, Trey.