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Mrs. Grimes

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Contact Info:
The best way to contact me is through EMAIL.  I can respond to your message in a timely manner.  However, if you are unable to access email, you may call the school at 270-586-7133 and leave a message for me. I will return your call as soon as I can.

Welcome to our class webpage! 

 

My name is Natasha Grimes. This will be my 18th year teaching.  I was hired to teach 4th grade at SES and moved to LES when the 4th grade transitioned over.

My husband Jeff and I were married in October of 1999.  We have 3 sons.  Colin, our oldest, is in 10th grade.  Our middle child, Carson, is in 6th grade.  Our youngest son, Carter, is in 2nd grade.  We attend Calvary Baptist Church where my husband serves as Pastor. He is also a Chaplain for the Kentucky National Guard.

You can usually find me at my sons' sports activities and church. I teach Sunday school and help with many of the children's activities.  I enjoy reading, writing, and blogging.  I also like to fish and golf.

I love to have a good time, but when it is time to be working, that is what I expect.  I want all of my students to be successful and I will do my best to help them be.  I am looking forward to spending this school year with your child and watching all of my students grow. 
 

I hope you find this webpage useful. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns with your child. Don't forget to visit our class blog as well to interact with our class and what we are learning.

We have a class blog!
 
http://lesgrimes.blogspot.com


Or you can click HERE. I hope you find it useful as well! We will be using the class blog more than this webpage. 
 
You can also find us on FACEBOOK and TWITTER!


Thank you for your help in making your child successful.

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Train up a child in the way he should go,
and when he is old, he will not depart from it.
Proverbs 22:6