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Welcome to First Grade!

Welcome to first grade.  I look forward to working with each of you this school year.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions and/or concerns.  I would like to frequently touch base with parents via email.  If you have not received any emails from me, please email me at stremble@bullochschools.org and I will respond. 

Our Classroom

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Meet Mrs. Tremble

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My name is Mrs. Sylvia Hayes Tremble. I graduated from Georgia Southern University in 1991 with a Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education.  In 2004 I received my Masters Degree in Foundations of Education from Troy State University. I completed my Educational Specialist Degree in Instructional Leadership from Argosy University, Atlanta, in 2008. I have been a teacher at Sallie Zetterower for 25 years.  I love working with children as they learn and grow.  Watching children glisten as they read a book for the very first time is so rewarding. I look forward to a great year as I learn each of your children individually and provide a foundation for growth and development. Please feel free to contact me via email at stremble@bullochschools.org or you can call the school after 2:20. The number is 912-212-8800. If you need to contact me during the school day, please leave a message with the secretary and I will return your call.

Mrs. Sylvia Hayes Tremble

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Sunday
10/14/18
Monday
10/15/18
Tuesday
10/16/18
Wednesday
10/17/18
Thursday
10/18/18
Friday
10/19/18
Saturday
10/20/18

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