• The Math BINGO winners for the week of March 30- April 3 are...

    In 2nd Grade:

    1.) Lucas Christie

    2.) Lexie Cade

    3.) Sydney Zele 

    4.) Elliot Campbell

     

    In 4th Grade: 

    Christian Florentino

    There were no 3rd or 5th grade winners this week.  Will you be the first?

     

     

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  • Dear Seymour Smith Students and Families,

    I know you are busy working hard on assignments from your homeroom teachers.  Therefore as previously stated, I am not assigning specific work to complete.  However, I will continue to post resources to my school webpage each week for you to practice at your discretion.  This week (March 30- April 3rd), I posted various academic websites (under Academic Websites) and math BINGO (under Academic Resources)! As always, if you have questions or just need support with work you are assigned, please don’t hesitate to reach out!

    All my best,
    Mrs. Rundall

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Mrs. Renee Rundall

Phone: Ext: 2225

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Renee Rundall

A little about me:

I grew up in Clinton Corners and am a Pine Plains graduate! I attended James Madison University where I obtained both my undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies and my Master’s degree in Special Education K-12. I then served as a Teach for America Corps member in Brooklyn, New York where I taught grades 5-8, special education and math for four years. I moved back to my hometown a few years ago not only to be closer to loved ones, but also to contribute to the community I was raised in.  I now have a four month old son that is keeping my husband and me very busy too!

 What I’ll be teaching this year:

I will be working as a 2nd-5th grade special education teacher this school year.  It is my goal to provide individualized instruction so that students are making progress towards their academic goals.  In my class, there will be a large emphasis on students creating goals each month and tracking their progress in order to determine if they are meeting these objectives.  I feel it is crucial for students to not only be a part of their Individualized Education Programs (IEP), but to also be active participants in their education.