• Mrs. Lindsey's 3rd Grade Super Stars!
     
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    Teacher Name:  Angelika Lindsey, Ed.S
    School Email Address:angelika.lindsey@henry.k12.ga.us
    Subjects I Teach: All Academic Subjects (3rd Grade TAG)
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    Greetings,

         I am Angelika Lindsey and it is my privilege to serve Oakland Elementary School.  I was born in Woodbury, Georgia and graduated from Woodbury High School.  I am also a graduate of  Fort Valley State University in Fort Valley, Georgia where I received my Bachelor of Social Work Degree and my B.S. in Middle Grades Education.  Additionally, I received both my Master's and Educational Specialist Degree in Elementary Education from Troy State University in Phenix City, Alabama respectfully.  
         This is my 26th
    year in education.  My teaching experience includes: 11 years in Butts County, Jackson, Georgia at Henderson Middle School as a Science, Language Arts, Math, Reading and Social Studies teacher.  Currently, I am the TAG Teacher in Third Grade, where I also serve as the Chairperson as well. I have taught at Oakland for the past 14 years and I am a highly qualified teacher.
          I am from a family of hardworking people in Woodbury, Georgia. I am the wife of Cedric Lindsey of Locust Grove, Georgia and the mother of Cameron and Carmen whom I love dearly.  
          I strive not only to be the "best" but also to bring out the best in my students.  By doing so, I feel that I am  preparing my students to become life-long learners. This year at Oakland, I would like to discover the geniuses in our students.  Geniuses have the capacity to generate loads of ideas. 
          You should see your children work not only more intellectually, but also more creatively in school.  Children think and perform beyond limits when the adults in their lives provide opportunities for them to do so.  Creative ideas are often rejected by the people who did not come up with the idea first, but there is a remedy for that.  This year when you catch your children brainstorming or developing grand ideas for writing assignments, models, or projects, just suspend disbelief (if only for a moment). The children will show you how they will make those great ideas work.  After all, that's what "project-based" and personalized learning is all about.



    Angelika Lindsey                                                                                            
     
     
     Mrs. Lindsey completed an experiment with Mrs. Burton                                                                                      Carmen and I dressed up for Dr. Seuss's Birthday!                                   
         
                                                                                                                                 

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Last Modified on July 3, 2019