Janie Pratt

Distant Learning:     Reading/ Writing/ Math/ Fine Motor/ Brain Breaks

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Welcome!  I am excited for another school year and the opportunity to work with my students!  Let me tell you a little bit about myself.  I grew up in Watertown, SD and graduated in 1997.  I attended college at the University of South Dakota and graduated in 2001 with degrees in Elementary Education and Special Education.  After college I moved to Sioux Falls and took my first teaching job with the Lennox School District as a Special Education and Title One teacher.  After 2 years of working in Lennox the district split and I moved to the new Tea Area School District.  I worked in Tea for 2 years as a Special Education and Title One teacher and 1 year as a First Grade teacher.  In 2006 I started working as a Special Education teacher in Highmore!  My husband and I have 2 sons and make our home north of Ree Heights.

 Please feel free to contact me at..... janie.pratt@k12.sd.us

Lesson Plans

 2019-2020 Parent Survey

Parent Portal

Parent Rights and Safe Guards

 

 Classroom Websites:

AR  PBS Reading  Read Works  National Geographic

State Library  Turtle Diary  A+ Math ABCya

IXL   Scholastic  Xtra Math  Story Online

Spelling City  Fact Monster  Go Noodle  Highlights Kids

Math Games  PBS  Nick Jr.  Fun Brain

States  Cool Math  Star Fall  Story Starters

 

2020 Highmore-Harrold School District
415 Iowa Ave South, PO Box 416
Highmore, SD 57345
High School (605) 852-2275
Elementary (605) 852-2276
Fax (605) 852-2295

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