Mrs. Lanoue

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Bachelors of English, University of Mary Hardin Baylor, 2006 Masters of Education, Lamar University, 2010 Teaching History: Benold Middle School 2006 - 2013 Pickett Elementary 2013-2015 Carver Elementary 2015- Present

Mrs. Lanoue

Welcome to my class webpage! I am beginning my 13th year teaching, each year in Georgetown ISD, my home. As a Georgetown native & graduate, I knew right where I wanted to be live & teach. I attended Annie Purl Elementary as a 1st grader, yet this is my 1st year teaching at Purl because

Blended Learning

I am excited to teach in new and innovative ways. Our students need to be prepared for the future, yet no child should feel left behind. 

First and foremost, I work to build a relationship with each student and their family. Once we have a foundation, I can begin personalizing learning in order to meet each child's individual needs, based around their learning style and preferences. Through collaborative spaces, flexible seating, technology incorporated lessons and hands on opportunities, students begin to learn, understand and grow. 

The world has changed, so why shouldn't our students?

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    Music & Livestream Announcements

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    Good Things

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    ELAR

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    Guided Reading/ RTI

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    Music PE      Library       PE      Art      PE 

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    US History     *At times, Mrs. Brandon and I will use the 10:30 to 11:20 in order to co-teach, work on projects, and build character through team building.

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    US History

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    ELAR

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    Recess Duty

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    Lunch

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    ELAR

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