Mrs. Snow's Pre-K Class<div>Callison Elementary </div><div>2018-2019</div>


My name is Chelsea Snow, and I am so excited to be your child's Pre-K teacher this year! Education is my passion, and I cannot wait to pass this love of learning onto your children. As an educator, I enjoy creating an enriching, stimulating, safe, and active classroom. We will have the opportunity to grow in so many ways this year, so I am honored to be an advocate for your child's foundational years in education! This will be my 3rd year working for Round Rock ISD, and there is no place I would rather be teaching! I look forward to getting to know you and your family, so thank you for entrusting me with your greatest gift, your son or daughter.


I earned my B.A. from Southwestern University (go Pirates) and hold a Teaching Certification in Early Childhood Education with specializations in Special Education and English as a Second Language.


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