Phone: 360.279.5297

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Degrees and Certifications:

Kindergarten Life Skills Teacher Bachelor's of Science in Special Education K-12 and General Education K-5 Office Hours 11:00-11:45

Ms. Morgan Meadows

Broad View families,

No words can begin to express how grateful I am to be a part of the BVE family, as well as your child's life. When I think back on my own school days, I am able to recall the teachers that not only impacted my education but took the time to build a relationship with me. I hope to be that person your child fondly remembers years down the road, and I thank you for giving me that opportunity!

I attended Murray State University in Kentucky and obtained my Bachelor of Science in Special Education K-12 and General Education K-5. I am currently enrolled in grad school to obtain my Master of Special Education in Applied Behavior Analysis. This year starts my 4th year teaching, and my 3rd year teaching Special Education. In years previous, I taught Kindergarten and inclusion Pre-K in Tennessee.

My goal for this year's Life Skills group is to build those trusting relationships with our students, which in turn will allow my team to access their greatest potential. Every student can learn, just not on the same day or in the same way! We are looking forward to a great school year!

Morgan Meadows

Homework/Grading

  • Our class has just been introduced to a new curriculum called Unique. We are working on becoming familiar with the website currently, but will push out assignments via the website very soon so families can work on this at home!

    Our classroom data revolves around tracking goals from each child's Individual Education Plan (IEP). The IEP's are updated annually, or when the teacher or parents feel as if certain parts of the IEP need to be amended. Additionally we use the Unique curriculum to monitor where each student stands with math and reading skills. We base our daily activities on our data collection and compare that with general education standards and their similar-aged gen ed peers.

Expectations

  • Our class expectations look a little different than most! We require that the students come with a spare change of clothes and all items required for changing if the child is not potty trained.

    Arriving at school wearing appropriate clothing to fit the weather, as well as trying to arrive on time to stick to a routine!