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Ms. Sha Pitts

   

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Education

  • M.Ed. 

Position at Oakcliff Elementary School

  • Kindergarten Teacher
  • Grade Level Chair

 

 

 

 

 

Biography

My name is Sha Pitts. I was born in New York City. I am the youngest of four siblings.  My sister and I share the same birthday but we are two years apart.  I have two wonderful daughters who mean the world to me.  I teach my students the way I want other teachers to teach my daughters.  Making sure they get the best education possible and pushing them to reach their greatest potential.

My first job as a teenager was a camp counselor.  From that moment on, I knew I wanted to become a teacher.  I see every year how teaching has a positive impact on children’s lives.  I love to see my students learn and have fun while they are learning. I like learning new ideas and gaining new knowledge to be the best teacher I can be for every student that comes to my class.
 
I received my Bachelor’s Degree at the State University of New Paltz, in New York.  I also have a Master’s Degree in General and Special Education from Touro College in New York City.
 
I have a wide range of grade levels I have taught over the years.  My first two years of teaching, I taught six grade. I taught High School special needs students for a year. Prior to moving to Georgia I taught Pre-K for 5 years in New York. Now I am a kindergarten teacher.

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"Success isn't about how much money you make; it's about the difference you make in people's lives." – Michelle Obama

 

 

 

 

 
























 

Ms. Pitts Login for Code.org (Math and ELA Centers)
  1. Ms. Pitts Coding Page   Click Link: http://studio.code.org/sections/NSFMPH
  2. Pick your secrete login icon or type in your secret code.
  3. Happy coding!
Ms. Miller showed Ms. Pitts class the code.org so they could use the site as a math and ELA center. The kids loved it.
Plants boxed up and ready to be tested. Box was thrown, kicked and flipped upside down twice. In the end only one plant package didn't protect the plant.
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