Meet Ms. Rhea

3rd Grade ELA

A Message From Ms. Rhea

My name is Adriana Rhea, and I am so excited about being your child’s language arts teacher this year! I feel so blessed to be a part of such a wonderful school where I can do what I love each day. This is my 23rd year teaching, and my 15th year teaching in Collierville Schools.

I am looking forward to working with your family for a successful 2018-2019 school year!

A Little About Me


I have a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Education from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.

I also earned my Educational Specialist Degree from Union University.

My Family

I have an awesome 12th grader named Harper. We enjoy spending time together shopping, watching movies, cooking, and traveling.


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When I am not at school...

I enjoy reading, cooking, shopping, watching movies, and traveling. I love to spend time with my family and friends.

Favorite places to eat

Firebirds, Osaka, Chick-Fil-A, Panera, Pyros

Favorite places to shop

Target, Amazon, Sephora, Dillards

Favorite thing about Bailey Station

The children and amazing faculty!

Successful Test Taking Strategies

  • Be sure to find out ahead of time what material the test will cover.
  • Find out what type of test it will be (multiple choice, true false, short answer, essay).
  • Study in a place that is free of distractions, and study at a time when you are alert and not hungry or sleepy.
  • Don't wait until the last minute to study! Short daily study sessions are better than one long session the night before the test.
  • Set a goal for each study period. If you are being tested on three chapters, set up four study sessions, one for each chapter and one for a review of the main ideas in all three chapters.
  • Repetition is key! Read and reread your class notes and the relevant chapters in the textbook.
  • While you are reviewing your notes, cover them up periodically and summarize them out loud. Pretend that you are explaining the material to someone else.
  • Make a timeline of important dates or the order of events.
  • Do any practice exams or study sheets provided by the teacher. These will help you focus your study session and give you confidence.
  • Get help from the teacher if you do not understand something.

NOTE: Get a good night’s sleep, eat a hearty breakfast, and wear comfortable clothing. Bring a sweater or light jacket in case the testing room is too cool. Then you can put on another layer of clothing and not focus on being too cold.