Mrs. Alison Kerigan

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Mrs. Alison Kerigan

Hi! My name is Alison Kerigan. I'm thrilled to be a 7th year Kindergarten teacher at West Clayton Elementary this year!

My family and I relocated here from Florida several years ago. There I taught Kindergarten for six years until the end of the 2012 school year. Growing up I lived in Joliet, Illinois.

I have a husband, Tim, and two kids. Cullen is 18 and is a freshman at Western Carolina University, and Riley is 16 and in the 11th grade at Clayton High.

I attended Florida State University where I earned my Bachelor's degree. I played basketball there for four years on scholarship (GO NOLES!). While I don't play anymore, I am still an avid sports fan. I cheer for FSU, the Chicago Cubs, Chicago Bears, and my kid's teams.

  •    2018-2019 Schedule

    8:20:      Wake-up work

    8:45:      Announcements

    9:00:      Morning Meeting

    9:10:      Fundations

    9:45:      Literacy (4 blocks and Daily 5)

    10:45 :   Snack

    11:00:    Math

    12:00:    BEP

    12:55:    Lunch

    1:30:      Science/Social

    2:15:      Recess

    2:55:      Rest

    3:25:      Clean-up/Pack-up

    3:45:      Dismissal

     

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