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Hello, welcome to Mapleton Elementary!  My name is Deborah Stull and I am a Kindergarten Teacher at Mapleton. I have taught for 10 years all together, but this is my 3rd year at Mapleton. Before coming to Mapleton, I took some time off (9 years) to be a stay at home mom, with my own children.

I am a graduate of Morehead State University with a degree in Early Elementary education and a Masters in Elementary Education. I am married to Terry Stull (also a teacher in Menifee Co.) and have 4 beautiful children. Haleigh, my oldest, is 11, my twin boys are 8 and my youngest is 5. She will begin Kindergarten here at the K-Center.

I enjoy working with young children and look forward to working with your child. If you need to contact me you can reach me at school 497-8724 from 7:15 - 3:00 or at deborah.stull@montgomery.kyschools.us

I look forward to an exciting and very rewarding school year with your children!!

Class Information
* Check your child's backpack and folders daily:  Remove graded papers, notes and newsletters.
* Sign your child's behavior sheet everyday and leave it in the folder.
* If you send a note to school please put them in the blue everyday folder.
* If your child's afternoon transportation plans change PLEASE SEND NOTE!
* Wear Tennis Shoes on Friday's for Gym.
* Send in a daily snack for your child >> Healthy quick  snacks and only water to drink--- Water bottles with lids are     preferred.  This prevents spills in classroom.
* Keep change of clothes (underwear included) in your childs backpack.  (Accidents do happen).
* Read a book to your child every night. (Improves vocabulary) and makes Great bonding time with you and your child!
*Make sure your child gets a good nights rest and eats a good breakfast every morning.
* Talk with your child daily about what they learned at school.  ( Ask questions???).