About Me

About Me - Your Amazing Teacher!

Welcome to third grade! My name is Megan Williamson and I would love to welcome your child to our 3rd grade class! I am looking forward to getting to know both you and your child during the 2017-2018 school year at Fairglen Elementary!

This is my 3rd year teaching Elementary Education. My approach to teaching is to provide a safe, encouraging, engaging, standards based, and individualized educational experience to every child in my classroom. I feel that each child is unique with unique needs and I need to be adaptable to these needs. I will ensure that each of my students receive the tools and inspiration they need to succeed. I believe in using a positive reinforcement and encouragement based classroom management system.

Just a quick few things about me. My favorite colors are purple and teal. I love to read and write in my free time. I have a hobby of picking up random and weird hobbies for a while and then moving on to something new. I was born and raised in Brevard County, Florida. I have lived in Alaska and North Dakota. I have a cute dog named Buddy. I graduated from UCF with my Undergraduate degree in English and have since graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Master's degree. I am currently working on a second Masters. I have a slight obsession with emojis, Star Wars, Marvel, DC, Frozen, and anything Dr. Seuss as your little one will soon regale you about. 

I am super excited about the upcoming year! Fairglen Elementary is considered a Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) school and you should hear this lingo all around campus. I mix this with the Responsive Classroom method which is to essentially create a positive and collaborative classroom environment. If you would like more information on either program, or more information on how this looks in the classroom environment, please feel free to contact me.

The most important thing to remember is that our classroom becomes family. I encourage your input and value your opinion. I also stress this to the students. I look forward to working with your children to give them a year to remember!

Thank You,

Ms. Megan Williamson