Our Classroom Website

                                          

 

I am so sorry I haven't updated this in a couple of weeks!  The first few weeks are kind of crazy! Also, if you are  interested we have some sign language notebooks if you would like to check them out.  Thank you Mrs. Amanda!  We are loving learning our signs and music with you!!!!!!!!!

 

       

                                                     Note:

Just so that you understand, we are making a coloring & shapes book right now.  They work on those everyday.  They have to stay at school until they are completed that is why their work hasn't been coming home.  The children's extra things is all I have sent home so far.  I just thought of that today.  Sorry I haven't been sending a whole lot home.

                                                           Mrs. Holly

About me:

I am Holly Davenport.   I am a mother of 4 and a wife to Clint Davenport.  This is my 2nd year here at MACA.  I am so blessed to be here.  I got saved about 20 years ago.  I looked for the path God wanted me to take!  After high school I had planned on going into the social work field and tried out many different career paths, but God had a different plan for me entirely.  So, here I am!  Pretty much my whole life I have worked with kids.  I love each of them as if they were my own!  I currently am a member at Temple Baptist Church.  I worked at Fannin Headstart and Milestones Learning Center prior to coming here.  It is such a blessing to teach in a Godly enviroment!!!!!  He should be 1st in everything we do, and here He is! Each morning we start our day in prayer.  It's hard to believe that 2's and 3's actually know how to pray, but they do!  They have a been a tremendous blessing to me!  I look forward to a wonderful year!

Love,

Mrs. Holly 

             Upcoming Events

 

Fall pictures: Tuesday August 30th

Labor Day (No School): September 5th

 

 

 

Too often we under estimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.
Leo Buscaglia  Author, Professor  (1924-1998);