Welcome to Miss Herring's Class!Meet Ms. HerringHi! My name is Chelsea Herring! I was born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia. I love being from Virginia and I especially love the state's rich history. I grew up minutes away from Thomas Jefferson's house and spent a lot of time roaming the grounds of Monticello. The things I miss most about Virginia are fried chicken and lightning bugs.
After high school, I moved to Utah and graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Elementary Education and Teaching English as a Second Language-go Cougars! After graduation, I completed an educational technology endorsement and an elementary math endorsement. I recently completed my Master's Degree from Southern Utah University! I feel so blessed to work in Wasatch County- this will be my 7th year teaching in Heber!
I look forward to getting to know you throughout the school year!
Don't hesitate to contact me!
Phone: (435) 654-0550
The focus of Reading is to support students who are currently below grade level. Students will receive explicit reading instruction to help them acquire missing skills that lead to better reading comprehension. We will focus on the big five reading skills: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. Students are placed in Reading using a combination of data gathered from state assessments, Reading Inventory, and teacher and/or parent recommendations.
The focus of the Math Intervention class is to support students who are currently below grade level. Students will receive explicit instruction to help them acquire missing skills from previous grade levels that will in turn lead to better performance in their grade-level math classes. We will focus on the essential skills that students are missing from previous grades. This class will be customized to the needs of each individual student. Students are placed in Math Skills using a combination of data gathered from state assessments, screeners, and teacher and/or parent recommendations.
This semester-long class uses science, technology, engineering, and math principles to engage students in the problem-solving process. Students will work to solve real-world problems using STEM principles.