•  Hi! Mrs. "Ela" Pamela Ludlow,M.A.Image result for turtle

    FS/ILS Teacher Rm. 407

    Activities Director

    Speech & Debate Co-Advisor

    PBIS Committee Member

    pludlow@fcusd.org
    (916) 294.9040 ext.310369
    Safe, Responsible, Respectful…

  • JANUARY/FEBRUARY

     Hello winter

    DATES TO KNOW:

    Upcoming winter holidays.  Be sure to check out the FMS PTO BLAST for more event notifications:

    January 20 No school-Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 

    February 17-18 No school-Presidents' Day

     

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    Helpful Reminders: Reminders
     
    Remember to check your student's backpack daily to look for updated information in home/school binders.
     
    Bring P.E. clothes on Monday.  Uniforms will be sent home for washing on Friday.
     
    Have a supply of extra clothes AND SHOES available at school, along with personal hygiene kit.
     
    Pack a lunch and snacks for the school day OR bring only snack if signed up for hotlunch.
     
    "Able" your student by not enabling them.  Teaching independence is time consuming at the moment, but you will gain back those lost moments in the future. :)
     

    Wish List >>>  Wish, wish, wish...
     

    Baby wipes

    Colored construction paper

    Cooking ingredients (TBD)

    Dawn liquid dishwashing soap

    Disinfectant wipes

    Fruit snacks

    Facial tissues

    Glue (Elmers, school)

    Paint (child's craft, no stain)

    Paper towels

    Science ingredients (TBD)

    Swiffers—dusters and floor wipes

    Watercolor Markers

    Whiteboard Markers

    Gift cards: Staples, Office Max, Target, Walmart 
     
    Thank you!!!!!!
     
     
     
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  • About Your Teacher
     
    Mrs. Ludlow has been in the field of education for nearly thirty years.  She began her teaching journey as a reading instructional assistant while attending San Jose State University earning a degree in Child Development Psychology.  Following, she earned her Multiple Subject credential, from CSU East Bay for elementary level education. She continued teaching reading and language arts readiness and multiple subjects curriculum in an inclusion setting in the primary grades for six years.  Having an interest to further her career in Psychology, while continuing in education, she pursued a Master's Degree in Career Counseling in Higher Education from Chapman University and complemented her degree with Mild-Moderate and Moderate-Severe Education Specialist credentials, followed by a Single Subject English credential.  After working at the high school level for five years, she came to FMS during the 2011-2012 school year and is now able to work with her favorite age groups--6th, 7th, and 8th!  Mrs. Ludlow's family is extremely supportive and Mr. Ludlow also works in the field of education.  They have two grown sons, and a daughter-in-law.  The Ludlow household also is home to two Labrador Retrievers--a male Chocolate and a Yellow female, and six aquatic turtles!
     

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