Breanne Coleman

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Breanne Coleman

Breanne Coleman

Welcome parents to the 2018-2019 school year. My name is Breanne Coleman. I am your child's Kindergarten Teacher.  This is my 16th year teaching. This is my 11th year teaching Kindergarten at UA. I received my Bachelors of Science in Education from Avila University with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education.  I also received my Masters Degree in Reading through Avila University. I am

excited to work with you and your children this year.

KCTR Resident: David Freivogel


Welcome Parents to the 2018-2019 school year. I will be working with Ms. Coleman this year. I am a first year resident teacher with the Kansas City Teacher Residency program. I am currently working on receiving my teaching certificate from Missouri. I just got married this summer and recently moved to Missouri. I have a Bachelor's degree in Sports Management from Southwestern College. I also have been a para professional in the Lawrence Public School District. I am looking forward to meeting all of you!


* I can take good care of myself even if I am mad.
* I can be productive and follow directions even if I don't want to.
* I can be okay even when others are not okay

Ms. Coleman's Classroom Rules

1. Listen to the teacher, follow directions.

2. Keep your hands and feet to yourself.

3. Raise your hand to talk.

4. Stay in your seat.

5. Treat others the way you want to be treated.

6. Always do your BEST!

University Academy Kindergarten Expectations for Promotion

1. Students must be reading and comprehending at or above grade level by the end of the academic school year as measured by:
 Instructional Level D on the Fountas & Pinnell Running Record;
80% or higher on the FAST assessment.
80 or higher on the Sight Word List.
2. Students must score 70% or higher on a final writing and language assessment.
3. Students must score 70% or higher on the final math assessment.
4. 70% or more of the student’s grades must be at Progressing or Mastered

Lower School Promotion Standards 
1. Students must pass all core classes. (Communication Arts and Math) 
 2. Students must be reading and comprehending at or above grade level by the end of the academic year as measured by the Fountas & Pinnell Running Record and FAST. 
 3. Students must receive recommendation for promotion by their grade level team and principal, based on satisfactory classroom performance throughout the current academic school year. 
4. Note: Administration must approve the final decision.

Homework packets are sent home on Fridays and are due the following Friday. Your child will receive a grade for their homework weekly.