• A Note from Mrs. Mull…


              I would like to introduce myself as your child’s sixth grade general education teacher in room 206. My name is Carrie Mull and I am finishing up my fifth year of teaching. I have spent four out of five years teaching sixth grade. I completed my undergraduate degree in childhood education at SUNY Cortland in 2006. I started working towards my master’s degree in 2007 at SUNY Brockport. I graduated with a degree as a curriculum specialist in 2010. I have been married to my husband for almost four years and we are expecting twins in November.

              I believe that a strong home-school connection is a major component in the success of your child. I send home a weekly newsletter at the end of the week that describes what we did in class that week, gives an individual behavior report for your child, and tells how many homework assignments were turned in during the week. I am flexible to meet with you before, during, or after school. Please leave me a message by phone or email to schedule a conference any time during the year. It is important that we are on the same page when it comes to your child’s education.

              Wow! I cannot believe that it is already June! The sixth graders are moving on to a new chapter in their lives. They will be leaving school #30 with many memories over the years. I encourage the sixth graders to use the skills and strategies that were taught to them over the years by the teachers at #30 school. Please remember the importance of reading on a regular basis during the summer months. Best of luck in the future and do not forget to come back and visit!