• May happenings

    Posted by Alicia St. Clair on 5/12/2022

    We are wrapping up the school year with so much learning!

    We are working on word problems, measurement, and teen numbers in math.

    Focusing on CVCe words and long vowels in Phonics.

     Reading about and growing tiny plants. We are also learning about the life cycle of a butterfly as we watch our caterpillars grow. 

    Photo of caterpillar

    The FUN RUN is May 20, 2022 and we are currently fundraising for that event.

    clipart of runners

    Graduation will be June 10 at 8:45am.

    graduate waving- clipart


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BA Elementary Education

Mrs. Alicia St Clair



Welcome to Kindergarten! This is a fun and exciting year for learning.  I am so excited to be your teacher. I graduated from Marshall University in Huntington, WV with a degree in Elementary Education and Prek-K. I had several long term substitute positions in Prek and K in Leavenworth, Kansas before taking a job in Bonner Springs, Kansas teaching Kindergarten and serving as a math tutor. I then had several years off to raise my two children as we continued to move around the country as a military family. I began teaching again in California where I taugh 2nd and 3rd grade combo classes for five years and then a 2/3/4 combo class and finally a Tk, K,1,2 combo.  I am so excited to be in a single grade classroom again. I did move to Missoula at the end of May so we are discovering the area and settling in to our new home.  I am also working toward my Masters in Education Learning and Technology from WGU. 

Kindgergarten is such an exciting time. Students are learning to be away from home for a few hours a day and beginning to practice social and academic skills with their peers. I am so blessed to be a part of that transition.