Mrs. Pamela Strong
Special Education Teacher
About the Teacher
Welcome to Hernando Hills! My name is Pam Strong. I teach special education here at the hills. I look forward to sharing this year with you and your child. Though this year comes with many different challenges, we will view them as "adventures." We will breath in every minute of learning possible, while also focusing on safety!
A little about me: In 2015, I began working at Hernando Hills Elementary School (go Tigers!) as a special education teacher. I have previously taught in Tennessee and Arkansas. My husband, Tom, and I live in Olive Branch. We have one daughter, Olivia, who is 15 years old. As Olivia likes to say, she also has two puppy siblings, Cash and Rebel. As a family, we fundraise, foster, and help plan events for two area animal shelters.
I believe each and every child, no matter what their level of functioning, has the potential to bring something unique and special to the world. As a special needs teacher, my responsibility is to help all exceptional children develop their potential by believing in them as a capable individual. It is my duty to assist them in expanding their knowledge and skills to the fullest extent possible to ensure they become as independent and productive as they can.
Helpful Websites & Resources
Check out WMC Action News 5 on Facebook for Science Class with their meteorologists Mondays at 9:30 A.M. and Wednesdays at 1:30 P.M.
Free Audible for Kids: https://www.audible.com/ep/kids-audiobooks
HHES Counseling: https://twitter.com/DeptHhes
HHES PE: https://www.instagram.com/hhes.pe/
HHES Library: https://www.instagram.com/hhes_library/
MDE at-home resources: https://mdek12.org/LearningAtHome
Social/Emotional Resources: https://www.mdek12.org/LearningAtHome/SEL
Word Problem Practice: https://www.mathplayground.com/wpdatabase/wpindex.html
Compare/Contrast skills: https://www.wartgames.com/themes/languagearts/compareandcontrast.html
HHES Music: https://hhe.desotocountyschools.org/alaynaweiss
Dates to Remember
Dates to Remember:
- September 6: Labor Day holiday
- October 11: Fall Break
- October 28: National First Responder Day
- October 29: Book Character Day
- November 22-26: Thanksgiving Break
- December 20-January4: Christmas Break for Students
- January 17: Dr. MLK, Jr. Day
- February 18: Professional Development Day
- February 21: President's Day
- March 10: Art at the Hills
- March 14-18: Spring Break
- April 15 and 18: Easter Break
- May 24: Student's Last Day