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3rd & 4th Grade Math/Science

Teacher, Leslie Sheffield


Leslie Sheffield was born and raised in San Angelo, Texas. After graduating from high school, she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Education from Angelo State University.  She taught 4th grade Language Arts and Gifted & Talented in Virginia Beach, Virginia for four years.

Mrs. Sheffield has been married to her husband, Justin, for almost 18 years, and they have two amazing boys who attend Montgomery Christian Academy. Leslie was a military spouse for over 15 years until her husband was medically retired in 2014 for wounds sustained in combat. The Sheffields felt God’s calling to move back home to Texas from the mountains of Idaho and to officially call Montgomery their home in the summer of 2017.  They have become active members at Fellowship of Montgomery by being in involved in the AWANAS program and VBS.

The Sheffield family enjoys spending time together and cherishes every moment that they are all together.  Mrs. Sheffield loves being outdoors, playing soccer with her boys, tending to her garden, or camping as a family.  She loves to workout, play volleyball, and is a self-proclaimed puzzle master

Mrs. Sheffield is passionate about reading and hopes she will inspire students to become avid readers in and out of her classroom.  Her philosophy of education is one that believes teachers, parents, and students must work together in order to create a safe, loving, and positive classroom environment to help students develop into lifelong learners.  All children learn differently, think differently, and have experienced life in different settings. Mrs. Sheffield's approach to learning is one that will allow her to meet each student's needs in an appropriate way.

She is truly excited to see the Lord work in her classroom and to connect reading, math, history and science to the Word of God.  She not only wants to see her students excel academically, but to see them grow in the Lord and to become Godly leaders of the future.





Bob Jones University Press - Grade 3 Math, Heritage Studies, Science

Math 3 provides practice and review of basic math and introduces the fundamental principles of fractions and geometry. The math educational materials seeks to develop problem solving skills through word problems. A Chapter Review and a Cumulative Review are included in each chapter to reinforce the covered math concepts.

Heritage Studies 3 relates in understandable language the story of America from the framing of the Constitution up until the days of the Wild West. Students will relive key moments in our nation’s history and discover interesting traditions from the past. Exciting activities provide students with an outlet for the facts they learn such as building a model log cabin, folding the American flag, learning early American songs, and making musical instruments

Science 3 provides age-appropriate scientific information through text, charts, and colorful photographs and illustrations. The 3rd grade science educational materials also contains detailed instructions for all experiments, activities, and projects. The last page of each chapter provides key terms and concepts as well a brief writing activity to exercise higher-level thinking skills.

Shurley English - Level 3

The Shurley English curriculum has assembled a unique combination of features and strategies to provide for student success in grammar, skills, writing, and reading. These features are logically, sequentially, and systematically woven into the curriculum to provide a solid foundation for lifetime literacy.

Positive Action Bible - 3rd Grade

Growing With GodThe lives of Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, and Daniel can teach us much about the rewards of living for God. Each of them faced rejection, but by God’s grace, they all remained faithful. In this study, students will see examples of discipline and character, all while learning about the God that is our strength.

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