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2020 - 2021 School Year
Ms. Kimberly Spritzler
            Grade:  3rd Grade 
          email:  kspritzler@pvsd.org
                 610-489-2991

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All About Ms. Spritzler
I started working at Perkiomen Valley School District in January of 1994. I began as a building aide at South Elementary and North Elementary (which was located on the land in which Schwenksville Elementary now stands).  When I received my PV contract it was for 4th grade.  That was my teaching home for 4 years.  When I returned from having my daughter, I switched to Kindergarten.  I had the privilege of teaching kindergarten for 8 years.  My next move was back to where I began, 4th grade.  I taught 4th for the next 10 years.  Now my future looks bright as a (2nd year) 3rd grade teacher.  I'm very excited.  I earned my bachelor's degree from Temple University, my master's degree from Arcadia University, and 48 post graduate credits from St. Joseph's University.  My interests include spending time with my two teenage daughters, shopping, traveling, and reading.

Welcome Back to School Slideshow
**Go through all of the slides and hyperlinks.  There is a lot of information, including:  google form questionnaire, sign up genius for a meet and greet, first 3rd grade assignment for the kiddos, supply list, schedule (could change), and a lot more.  

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**Go through all of the slides and hyperlinks.  There is a lot of information, including:  google form questionnaire, sign up genius for a meet and greet, first 3rd grade assignment for the kiddos, supply list, schedule (could change), and a lot more.  



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