Lumberport Elementary Eagles
Lumberport Elementary Oval
Lumberport Elementary School

38 E. Lyndon Street

Lumberport, WV 26386-0417

304-326-7020

Fax:  304-584-5943

 Eagles

 Mrs. Menendez/Mrs. Campbell

Kindergarten



I LOVE teaching Kindergarten! I am currently in my third year as a full time teacher at Lumberport Elementary. Previously, I taught Pre K in Harrison County schools and taught Kindergarten and Pre K at a local private school for 14 years. I am a West Virginia native and grew up in Clarksburg. I attended Washington Irving High School and graduated from West Virginia University in 1981 with a Masters in Elementary Education. I currently reside in Clarksburg with my husband David and my border collie, Timber. I have three children and four grandchildren. I was a former dance instructor with Annabel Timms School of Ballet and am certified in the children's yoga program, Kidding Around Yoga. I am currently receiving my 200 hour Yoga Certification. I also teach the children's curriculum with Celebrate Recovery. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family, hiking, reading and gardening.


    If you ever need  to reach me, you may call the school or reach me by cell phone number, which was given out at the beginning of the year.  At school, I am available from 10:00-10:30 on (5 Day a Week with Delay and Early Out schedule) and (1:15-1:45 pm on 5 Day a Week Staggered schedule).  You may also contact me via email at rebecca.menendez@k12.wv.us


Announcement:


The Kindergarten standards have changed. They are part of a nationwide initiative for changing elementary standards. These next generation standards focus on more hands on experiences in the classroom. The students will be involved in more developmental centers and less worksheets. Our school day will be center based. Students will work in small guided instructional groups in Reading, Math and Writing. We still want the students to be able to read on a beginning level. Students will be assessed on their guided reading level throughout the year. We would still like for all students to be reading fluently on a level B by the end of the school year. Some students will exceed that level, but it is our goal for all to be on a level B. We want our students to be able to take early phonics principles and apply them to their reading and writing. Some great websites for reinforcement in reading and phonics are www.starfall.com and www.pbskids.org

Mrs. Swiger

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Live Remote Learning Schedule


Live Daily Monday-Friday

9:00 ELA

12:15 Math

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