About Silbert...
Subject / Grade 6th Grade
Room: 33
Phone: 480-883-4363
Email: Silbert
""There will come a time when you believe everything is finished, that will be the beginning.""
-- Louis L'Amour

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Hi, I’m Stacey Silbert, proud 6th grade teacher at Tarwater Elementary. I strive for a classroom family that builds each student up, provides a safe environment to learn, take chances, work hard, and one that allows your child to be a respected individual. My goal is to have a positive classroom full of challenges, life-lessons, memories, laughter, and solid friendships to bring with them on their journey. I can't wait to be a part of your child’s final year at Tarwater.

My Education and Professional Background

I received a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Northern Arizona University and a Bachelors of Arts in Education, Elementary Education, at Ottawa University. I also received an Associate Arts, Early Childhood Development degree from De Anza Jr. College in California.

My Educational Philosophy

I believe that the bond between school and home makes such a difference in all the lives involved. Without each other, there is no reinforcement at home and the student feels a lack of connection to the process at school. I want all the members of our Room 33 Family to come in whenever possible. I like parents to come by, visit with their child, volunteer, and/or just enjoy our classroom. All students can benefit from positive adult interaction and so I encourage it as much as I can. I feel it is paramount to create a classroom community that builds each student up, provides a safe environment to learn and take chances, and allows each student to be a respected individual. The students in my classroom are a gift and their education, vital. It is imperative that as educators, we remember that we only have them for a little while, but the impressions made will last forever.

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