Tyler ISD Communications

Jennifer Hines

Executive Director of Communications and Public Relations

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Sandra Stanley Communications Coordinator

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Amy Pawlak 

Public Relations Coordinator

Lynne Hubbard

Switchboard Operator

Marla Boone

Communications/ Volunteer Assistant

Angela Duitch

Coordinator of TISD-TV & Digital Media

Jessica Poe

Digital Communications Specialist

Jacob Walker

Digital Media and Video Specialist

John Landes

Coordinator of Government Relations

Tracy Varnell

District Mail Clerk

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Q & A with Pre-K

October 11, 2016

 

Tyler ISD’s new tuition-based Pre-K program is off to a great start. Taught by qualified teachers specially trained to meet the needs of preschool children, the inaugural program at Andy Woods Elementary School is already showing positive outcomes in setting some of the District’s youngest students on the path to success. As a Leader In Me campus, Pre-K students at Andy Woods even have their own mission statement: “We the kids of room 27, will learn new things each day.  We will enjoy school and respect each other.  We will be leaders every day!”   

 

We had a little fun recently with our Pre-K friends by asking them questions about their day.  We like to call it, “Q & A with Pre-K!”

 

Armani

Q: What do teachers do all day? 

     A: First she tells us to sit at our table, then she tells us to put our backpacks up, then we learn      

         something, then go to lunch, then to the park, then it’s already sleep time.  After we wake up from

         sleep time it’s time to go home!

Q: What is your favorite part of the day?

     A: When Ms. Anderson lets us play with play-doh.

Q: How long are you at school?

     A:  A long time because that’s just how you learn.  But it’s not forever.

Q: What’s the funniest thing you saw today/this week?

     A: A kid was on the carpet making silly goose faces and it was so funny.

Q: Who’s in charge of the school?

     A: Ms. Anderson and Ms. Massey- they are both equally important.

Q: What’s the hardest thing about school?

     A: Draw pictures – coloring really makes my arms sore.

 

Noah

Q: What do teachers do all day? 

     A: Works and sits.

Q: What is your favorite part of the day?

     A: Playing in the home center.

Q: How long are you at school?

    A: Really long; almost 10 hours.

Q: Who’s the most important person in the school?

    A: The principal; DooDah.

Q: What’s the hardest thing about school?

   A: Learning is so hard and takes a long time.

 

Wylder

Q: What do teachers do all day? 

     A: Works for me.

Q: What is your favorite part of the day?

     A: When we get to build space-ships with Lego’s.

Q: How long are you at school?

     A: Not too long.

Q: What’s the funniest thing you saw today/this week?

     A: A frog; but it wasn’t a real frog.  We made frogs in class but they were pretty silly.

Q: How would you describe a perfect day for you?

     A: Any time that I get to see my brother in the hallway so that I can wave at him.        

         Except today I accidentally hit him.

Q: Who is in charge of the school?

     A: You, the principal.

Q: What’s the hardest thing about school?

     A: Doing work.

 

Reagan

Q: What do teachers do all day? 

     A: They teach me but I forget what they teach.

Q: What is your favorite part of the day?

     A: Going on the playground and playing tag or gymnastics.

Q: How long are you at school?

     A: I will be at school until I am 11.

Q: What’s the funniest thing you saw today/this week?

     A: I don’t know.

Q: Who’s the most important person in the school?

     A: Ms. Anderson and Ms. Massey.

Q: What’s the hardest thing about school?

     A: Writing.

 

For more information on the Tyler ISD tuition-based Pre-K program, visit www.tylerisd.org or call Andy Woods Elementary School at 903-262-1280.

 

Pictured: Tyler ISD Pre-K students Noah, Armani, Raegan and Wylder answer fun questions about their day.

 

 

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