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I teach ESOL at Westside.  I serve each classroom for 45-50
minutes each day. If you need to contact me please feel free to email or call me. 

Westside 770-748-0831

My email address is kwhitfield@polk.k12.ga.us.

My planning time is from 11:20-12:10. I am available for
a conference at this time.

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My name is Kristina Whitfield. I am from Rockmart, but I have lived in Cedartown for 11 years now. I am married to Dustin Whitfield. We have two children, Zaleigh and Declyn. We love watching Georgia football (GO DAWGS). I graduated from the University of West Georgia in 2013 with a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education. I also obtained my ESOL endorsement at this time. I have my Master's degree from Walden University in Early Childhood Reading and Mathematics. This is my sixth year teaching ESOL and my fifth year at Westside.  I am very excited to get the school year started and see all of success each child makes.

My educational philosophy as an ESOL teacher is to focus on each student as an individual and his/her needs. I want to provide my students with a positive and safe learning environment. I believe in challenging students to help them achieve their highest potential. I think that having parental involvement is a key element to helping each child become successful. I believe that parents and teachers working together gives children the support that is needed to create success.  

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at kwhitfield@polk.k12.ga.us.