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I am SO excited to be your child's first grade teacher. It’s going to be a fun year full of learning and new adventures. I can’t wait to see what the year has in store for us.
I am a native Clarksvillian. I have lived here my whole life and I love being part of this community. I am a mom of three boys: David, John, and Finn. I attended APSU and graduated with a Bachelor in English. I went back to APSU and earned my Masters. I recently graduated from Trevecca with my library science endorsement. I believe that we are life-long learners and I hope to instill this philosophy in your child. I am a Florida Gator fan and I will raise your children to yell, "Go Gators!" This is my thirteenth year teaching and twelves years of it has been at Rossview. I have taught kindergarten and first grade, and I have loved every minute of it.
I feel I have found my true calling and that was definitely in elementary education. I cannot wait for another wonderful year with your child!
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Mrs. Denson's First Grade School Supply List

1 backpack

1 dozen #2 yellow pencils (no mechanical pencils)

1 pair blunt scissors (fiskar-type preferred)

6 glue sticks

1 box of Crayola Twistable crayons (typically last the year)

1 plastic school box

1 large box of tissues

1 bottle hand sanitizer

2 plastic 3-prong pocket folders

1 package of Clorox wipes

1 package of 4 black dry erase markers

1 package of washable markers

1 wide rule hard-bound composition notebook ( I would LOVE for your child to bring 2 if possible)

1 wide rule spiral notebook ( I would LOVE for your child to bring 2)

1 pair of headphones for class computer


Mrs. Denson’s Class Wish List

The listed items below are not required items, but are things that would be helpful to have for our classroom this school year. Thank you for your support!

Amazon Wish List 

  • Follow directions the first time they are given.
  • Keep hands, feet, objects, and unkind words to self.
  • Raise hand for permission to speak.
  • Stay in seat unless you have permission to get up.
  • Walk in line quietly.
  • Show respect and kindness to others at all times.

Classroom Books