1. Follow directions quickly.
2. Raise your hand to speak.
3. Raise your hand to get up from your seat.
4. Make smart choices.
5. Keep your dear teacher happy!

Every Monday homework is discussed and sent home.  
Students have all week to complete and turn in on Friday. 
Homework has them practice popcorn words, spelling words,
 and writing sentences. I also ask students to read each night. 

About Mrs. Harris

My name is Penny Harris.  I grew up in Florida and went to college at Stetson University where I graduated with my B. A. in Elementary Education.  I also met my husband in college and we have four children.  My youngest attends Pi Beta Phi.  I taught in Florida for eight years and then stayed home to be a mommy.  When we moved to Tennessee I got a job as an Early Interventionist, working with children from birth to age three. When my youngest son started first grade I decided I would like to be back in the classroom. I worked as a kindergarten assistant for two years at Sevierville Primary. When a position opened at Pi Beta Phi, I was so excited!  This is a great school.
On weekends we love to go camping and to hang out as a family.