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Please utilize this information as you need and feel free to contact me with any questions!
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Welcome to Mrs. Kesler's SharePoint!

 

Meet Mrs. Kesler

Graduated from Forest City High School in 1999
Graduated from Waldorf College in 2001 with Associate of Arts
Graduated from Waldorf College in 2004 with Bachelor's of Science in Education

Endorsements:
  • K-8 Reading Endorsement 
  • K-12 Instructional Strategist I
  • K-12 Instructional Strategist II: BD/LD
Graducated from Morningside College with Master's in Education in 2011
  • Taught 1 year at the Lake Mills Community Preschool and Daycare in 2004-2005
  • Taught 1 1/2 years in Forest City Schools as a one-on-one paraeducator 2005-2006
  • Taught 1 year in Paton-Churdan as a K-12 Special Education Teacher 2006-2007
  • Taught 7 years in Garner-Hayfield as an Elementary Special Education Teacher 2007-2014
  • Private Tutor in Forest City, Paton-Churdan and Garner from 2005-2011
  • Currently teaching Secondary Special Education in Lake Mills, 2014-present

“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”

­Dr. Seuss


Contact Information:

tkesler@lake-mills.k12.ia.us

(641) 592-0894

Room 202

 

 

 Shared Documents

 
  
  
  
  
Folder: Behavior
  
1/26/2015 12:05 PMNo presence informationTiffany Kesler
Folder: Parent Rights Information
  
1/26/2015 11:50 AMNo presence informationTiffany Kesler
IEP Basics for web.pdf
  
1/26/2015 12:07 PMNo presence informationTiffany Kesler
IEP Successful Meeting for web.pdf
  
1/26/2015 12:07 PMNo presence informationTiffany Kesler
Parent Survey for Beginning of Year-1.doc
  
1/26/2015 12:04 PMNo presence informationTiffany Kesler

 

 

 

 Links

 
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This site has different activities and ideas for helping students in math, reading, behavior, writing and studying.
 
  
This is a great site to make flashcards that can be printed off.
 
  
Here you can type in a sample of a passage and check the reading level.
 
  
Here you will find a variety of tips and strategies to help your child become a better test taker.
 
  
This resource was shared by a student's grandmother who had been experiencing test anxiety and found it very useful.