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Mrs. Metzenberg's Second Grade Class

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Second Grade!  Wow! 

Welcome to our class website!  I am so thankful that you are part of our classroom family this year! 

 Just Some Information about Me:

Grade Level/Subject taught:  1st, 5th, and  2nd! 

Favorite subject in school:  Reading/Writing

Favorite children's book:  "You are Special" by Max Lucado

Family information:  My family consists of my husband of 23 years, Pacer; and our children,  Emily, who is 20 and a junior at  the University of the Cumberlandsl; and Caleb, who is 18 and a freshman at Asbury University.  We also have a dog, named Sitka, and four, yes four, cats: Socks, Hamlet, Tybalt, and Penelope, all of whom are completely spoiled. Our family also attends church at Catalyst Christian in Nicholasville. 

We have a full family, but we have a lot of fun and a lot of love.  I wouldn't want it any other way.  

Fun Fact:  I mentioned that I am from Jessamine County, but I was also a Warner Wildcat myself (back when Warner was next door).  Somewhere my mom still has a picture of me in my Warner Wildcat t-shirt.   Except for my years at Cumberland, I have lived in Nicholasville all of my life. 

Another random fun fact that not many people know is that I had a short story published several years ago.  I have always enjoyed writing, and I took a class on Children's Literature after getting my bachelor's degree.  The professor suggested that I publish it, so I sent it to several magazines.  A magazine for young girls offered to publish it, and I made $25.00 from it.  (I still have the check,  as I was more excited about getting my story and picture in a magazine that I was about the $25.00.  My mom still has a copy of the magazine, but I have no idea what I did with my copy.)  =)  Still, I like to joke that I am a published writer.  Although that is definitely not my calling.   I will stick with teaching, which is my passion.  I love what I do!  And I love who I get to do it with at our wonderful little school.

I love teaching, and I especially love teaching at Warner!  I work with some amazing colleagues, and, at Warner, everything is about our students--all day, every day.  I am very blessed to be a small part of an absolutely incredible school.  We want our kids to be successful in reading, writing, and math, but we also want them to be successful in life.  It's a great place to be!   There truly is no place like Warner!