• Alert: Polk School District has been monitoring the condition of the roads all afternoon and evening. We have been in constant contact with public works, 911, and the Polk School District Transportation Department, and will continue to do so through the early morning hours. Due to the possibility of the roads in many parts of the county already unsafe or will become unsafe for school transportation, we will be delaying school tomorrow by two hours. The delay will allow our buses to pick up students during daylight hours. Good road visibility will be necessary for drivers to determine whether the use of an alternate road on their route would be a safer option for our students when they encounter an excess of water on the road. Should conditions worsen throughout the night, we will make a school closing determination by 6:00 am. This announcement will be provided through the various media outlets, including the PSD Facebook page, Website, Reminds, and One Call Now phone system.
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Danielle Coley

2nd Grade Teacher

phone number: Remind- Enter this # 81010 Text @coley2nd

Planning Time: 8:50am-9:40am

email: dcoley@polk.k12.ga.us

 

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Hello! My name is Danielle Coley. This is my 12th year teaching. I have taught Pre-K, 3rd grade & Kindergarten. This year is my 2nd year teaching 2nd grade and I am so excited! I graduated in December 2006 with my Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education from Jacksonville State University. I received my Master's Degree in 2009 in Early Childhood Education from Jacksonville State University. I completed my Specialist Degree in Curriculum & Instruction from Lincoln Memorial University in December 2013. I have been married for 11 years to Brent Coley, high school math teacher at Kennesaw Mountain High School in Kennesaw, GA. We have two children, Jaxon Coley, age 7 in December, and Jace Coley, age 5. 

My favorite part of education is instruction. I love to build lessons that bring learning to life for my students. I love to use technology in my classroom to differentiate my lessons for my students needs. I believe that every child can learn. It is important to me to create a positive learning environment where all students feel safe and secure. It is always my goal as an educator to find what works best for each student in the classroom. I strive to help my students reach their full potential and develop a love for learning along the way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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