Welcome to 3-5 with Mrs. Diley!
I am looking forward to being your son or daughter's 3rd grade teacher this school year! We are going to do a lot of fun activities, learn more than you can imagine, and grow tons! Please contact me via remind, email, or phone if you ever have any questions or concerns. I know we are all going to have a fabulous year together!
My Education and Career
I am a proud Northwest Alumna!! I went to Clinton Elementary as a child, through Stinson, the Intermediate and then the High School graduating in 1997. I was on the first girls soccer team here at Northwest as well as being a member of the marching band in high school. I went to the University of Akron and graduated with an Elementary Education degree in 2001. I did my Masters work at the University of Akron as well in Instructional Technology and graduated in 2005. After completing my masters, I decided I wanted to go back to school again and received my Reading Endorsement in 2008 from Kent State University.
I began my teaching career in 2001 at Clinton Elementary as a 2nd and 3rd grade Title I teacher for four years. When Clinton Elementary and Canal Fulton Elementary consolidated, I became the 2nd grade Title I teacher at the Primary for four years. I then got transferred to Stinson Elementary to be the Title I reading teacher for 4th and 5th grade for 11 years. This is my 2nd year in 3rd grade. I love my Northwest family!
My family and hobbies
I have been married to my husband, Shawn, for 15 years. We have three children together. Our oldest son, Grant (13) is in 8th grade, our middle son, Cavin (10) is in 5th grade and our daughter, Clare (7) is in 2nd grade. We live in the community, so you may see me at the grocery store, the ball fields or riding my bike on the towpath! I also enjoy reading and scrapbooking in my spare time.
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