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    My name is Andrea Meyer and I am one of the Kindergarten Teachers here at Sanborn.  I was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico before moving to Arizona. I have gone through CUSD Schools from Jacobson Elementary to Basha Elementary, then SanTan Junior High and finally graduating from Hamilton High School. I received my Bachelor’s Degree from NAU with goals of continuing my education! I married my high school sweetheart and we have two wonderful children, Riley and Mason, plus 3 dogs (Mia, Noel, and Lady). I am excited for another great school year and welcoming new students to our Sanborn Family. 

About Meyer...
Subject / Grade Kindergarten
Room: 12
Phone: 480-812-7342
Email: Meyer
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Welcome to Mrs. Meyer's ELD Page! I moved from New Mexico to Arizona when I was 7 years old. I am a product of the Chandler Unified School District from elementary to high school. I worked my way up and became a teacher in the best District around and I couldn't be happier to be apart of it! I look forward to another great school year. Please feel free to contact me at any time.

My Education and Professional Background

Educational and Professional background: I received my Associates in Elementary Education from Chandler Gilbert Community College. From there I graduated from Northern Arizona University and received my Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education. I began teaching in 2013 at Sanborn Elementary in the Chandler Unified School District.

My Educational Philosophy

My goal as teacher, is to help shape my students to become successful members of our community. To get to this point, I will educate my students to become life long learners by motiving and encourage them to act upon their strengths and learn from their weaknesses. I will advocate for my student to ask questions, take chances, and celebrate successes.

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