Welcome to Mrs. Thrailkill’s 2nd Grade Class!!!
Return to Campus Letter From Dr. Jones, Princpial of TES.
THE BEST WAY TO CONTACT ME IS THROUGH EMAIL:
*How to Log in to Google Classroom: Video Google Classroom
*Logging into SeeSaw: Google and Seesaw Apps login information
Remote Learning School Supplies:
Paper/pencil (as needed)
Dry erase board and dry erase marker (as needed)
A Little Bit About Mrs. Thrailkill AKA Mrs. T
I am so thrilled to be your child’s teacher this year! This is my 15th year teaching and my 5th at Tussahaw. This will be my 12th year teaching Second Grade and my 10th teaching Gifted. I have subbed, been a paraprofessional, taught Special Education, Kindergarten, and Second Grade.
My love for teaching began at a young age. I am a graduate of Brookwood High School, in Snellville, Georgia. I attended LaGrange College where I received my Bachelor’s degree in Education. I received my Master's degree in Early Childhood Education from Piedmont College. I have my Gifted Endorsement and Literacy Coaching Endorsement.
I am married to Justin. We have been married for eleven years. He is an attorney with Brown, Barbour, Thrailkill, P.C. We have one daughter(Madison) who’s five years old and two Maine Coon cats (Benny and Levi). In my free time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, reading, listening to podcasts, and attending Georgia Bulldog games.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have during the course of this school year. You can contact me one of several ways. You may send a note in your child’s binder, email me, or call me at school. I will keep you informed about our class through classroom newsletters.
I am looking forward to meeting and getting to know you and your child this year. I have high expectations for my students and I know we will achieve great things this year. Thank you for letting me be a part of your child’s educational career.
*Please feel free to send a water bottle to school if you would like. I know it’s hot during August and I’m fine with water bottles in the classroom.