Davis, Sharon

 

 

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WELCOME BACK!!  

Mrs. Davis

MLK Support Specialist

 

Contact Information

Email Address: sdavis2@pway.org
Phone number: 732-699-1563 ext. 5424
Best time to reach me: 8:00am-2:30pm or leave a message an I will get back to you as soon as I can! Since I travel to a lot of different classes leaving me a detailed e-mail would best.



My name is Sharon Davis and I have been at M.L.King school for the last 19 years. I've taught fifth grade for my first 7 years here and am currently a Support Specialist. I meet with 4th and 5th grade students and help them improve their confidence and performance in class. We focus on skills and strategies to help students with reading across the curriculum. We also focus on the curriculum of fourth and fifth grade, as well as any reinforcement of basic skill areas that are needed as a foundation for future math and reading skills.

School-Wide Projects:

We currently collect and recycle any dried out markers through the Crayola Colorcycle Program. Collected markers (any brand) are shipped and recycled into material for homes and streets. Please send in your markers instead of throwing them away! For more information check out https://www.crayola.com/colorcycle.

Last year at King School, we had our first Martin Luther King Jr.  Day of Community Service. King families and friends joined us to learn about Martin Luther King, make pillows for displaced families, craft pet supplies for the local animal shelter, create inspirational place settings for a local community kitchen, and participate in several other community service projects. We hope to make this event stronger this coming year. If you would like to make a supply donation or volunteer to help please feel free to contact me at sdavis@pway.org.



As always, please remember if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. Emailing is the best way. My classroom is located in the back hallway in Room 24A.  





 

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Helpful hints to improving your grades:

 

1. Read every night. Read anything! Newspapers, Magazines, Books..

 

2. Ask questions if you don't understand. Or go and find out the answer yourself!

 

3. Don't give up. Try to figure out a way to accomplish your goal and do it!