About Me

Yes…I am trendy. Yes…I wear stilletos to teach. Yes…I go home everyday tired..exhausted….and blissfully happy! I have been teaching for 8 years…and all 8 years have been in a pre-k classroom…loves! This year I have entered the world of inclusion teaching…to which I am a visitor. I hope by the end of the year I will be able to turn in my visitor’s pass  and become a resident in this new and wonderful world.  Welcome to my world…I hope you enjoy it as much as I do…love it!

9 Responses to About Me

  1. Olga Watts says:

    Mrs. Williams, You probably think I am a bit …careless…not getting the correct binder, forgetting about the red heart, (note left in binder today) not following directions about the env. print, and ……not typing your address to your blog correctly (please ignore that comment).

    BTW, I found it!! Your blog…..It is Wonderful!! Lots of great information. Thank you.

  2. Katherine says:

    Hello Mrs. Wonderfully Blogging Williams! Love your blog…now if I could just keep up with you 🙂 Your kiddos are so blessed to have you and I am blessed to know you. Keep up the super great work and I will bookmark you so your SJE friends can know what their PLE friends are doing! Hugs 🙂

  3. Christy says:

    Hey, Mrs. Williams. My son Conner was in your class last year, he misses you TERRIBLY and tells me every day how much he wants to go back to PLE and be in your class again, because his new teacher is just NOT awesome, and he loves to pull out his green bag and look through all the fun things he did with you. I just wanted to pop by and tell you that you’re amazing. Really, really amazing. He learned so much with you last year that he’s miles ahead of his kindergarten class here in Denham Springs, and we’re looking at putting him in a “virtual” school for first grade where he’ll be allowed to advance beyond his grade level when he’s ready to, instead of having to wait until he’s old enough, because he’s been getting “supper” bored and acting up in class. Anyhow… Thank you. It takes a really fantastic teacher to have such a huge impact on a kid, and I’m so glad that you were his first teacher because you gave him a great opinion of school and learning!

    • I cannot tell you how much your sweet words mean to me, and more than that, how much I miss your sweet Conner. My whole day would be made if he came back to pre-k, but sadly I know he too smart to come back now. I am not the least bit surprised he is doing such a “supper” job in kindergarten. He is an amazing little boy with amazing talents. Please give him a hug from me aND Mrs. Ann. I hope you all have a wonderful summer and thank you for updating me on that sweet boy.

  4. Roberta says:

    Love your site. Can you tell me if you drew the lion and monkey on your classroom door?

    • Thanks! I used my projector and traced it out. I used different paper for each part an then glued it all together. It was super easy. I think easy is a teacher’s favorite word during back to school prep. Have a great year!

  5. Lauren Frederick says:

    Hey Lauren! It was so nice to meet you and see your WONDERFUL classroom! I can tell you are an awesome teacher! I LOVE your blog, TOO! How precious! I’m getting some great ideas of jungle themed art work! 🙂 So if you have time I would love ANY files you have that you think would be helpful!!! Thank you soooo much 🙂 Jered says Hello!

  6. Rachel says:

    Hey! Love your blog! Where do you teach? I noticed the mardi gras themed posts – I teach Kindergarten in west Baton Rouge. I used to teach PK in East Baton Rouge.
    PS – hope you don’t mind I partly copied your door decoration idea! 🙂

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