Miss Alli's 1st Grade Classroom

How to prepare for and what to expect this year.

Meet Miss Alli

Hi! My name is Miss Alli and I will be your 1st grade teacher this year. I was born in Zanesville, Ohio and graduated from Ohio University in 2015. I have many hobbies that I enjoy such as cooking, reading, and running. I am a first year teacher and am very excited to be teaching in my 1st grade classroom this year!

Contact Me

You can read more about me and get in contact with me using the following links.

First Gade Expectations

  • We will arrive rested and ready to learn every day!
  • We will use kind words with others.
  • We will follow directions the first time they are given.
  • We will treat others with kindness and compassion.
  • We will keep our hands, feet, and bodies to ourselves.
  • We will use good manners such as, "please", "thank you", "yes ma'am", and "no ma'am".
  • We will share.
  • We will take turns.
  • We will apologize.
  • We will HAVE FUN!

Classroom Supplies:

  • pencils
  • crayons
  • paper
  • backpack
  • glue
  • scissors
  • ruler

Getting to Know Your Child

Please fill out this form and bring it to orientation with you so that I can learn how to best understand and teach your individual child.


Friday, Aug. 1st, 1pm

1st Grade Classroom, Elementary School

Parents and children are encouraged to come to Miss Alli's 1st grade classroom on August 1st to learn more about what will be going on in the classroom this year. Classroom expectations, rules, supplies lists, activities, and many more pieces of information will be shared in order to make the transition from summer back into the classroom a smooth and successful one.

My Teaching Philosophy

As a teacher, I believe it is my responsibility to reach each student that comes into my classroom to the best of my abilities. I have a strong desire to learn about my students, their interests, and their learning styles. It is my duty to take this knowledge and create a curriculum to fit each of my students' individual needs and interests, rather than force my students to conform to a set curriculum.


Below is an example of a classroom lesson that I have created and could use with the children.