About Moxley...
Subject / Grade 6th Grade
Room: 34
Phone: 480-883-4364
Email: Moxley
"Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all."
-- Aristotle

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Welcome to our class website! This site will provide you with important information about activities and upcoming projects. Please check back often, as I do post homework daily as well as helpful links for students.As I tell my students, I assign homework to review what we've done and prepare them for the next day, so you can expect homework Monday-Thursday! Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have a question or concern, and thank you for your involvement in your child's education!

My Education and Professional Background

I graduated from Arizona State University in 1997 with a B.A. in Education, and earned my Master's degree from Northern Arizona University in 2004. I have a Reading and an English as a Second Language endorsement as well. I began teaching in 1997, and have taught in Chandler since 2002. I have been a reading specialist and have taught 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade, though 6th is definitely my favorite!

My Educational Philosophy

In the classroom, I strive to provide the best education possible by promoting and expecting respect, compassion, and success for (and from) all students. Our classroom is a community where group collaboration is practiced and individual needs, ideas, and differences are revered. I expect each student to come to class on time and prepared with the willingness to learn and the enthusiasm to make this year stand out from the rest. My hope is that all of the students will leave our classroom with the best memories and the strongest foundation for the junior high! Thank you for sharing your child with me, and allowing me to do the job I truly love and cherish!

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