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Mr. Snider's 3rd Grade

Dear Lawson Parents, Families, and Guardians,


Thank you so much visiting our 3rd grade webpage! This is going to be a fantastic year and I am so excited to start building a relationship with you and your child.


My name is Elliott Snider and this is my 18th year teaching elementary students.  I have taught grades 2 - 5 during my time as a teacher, but I have a special love for Third graders.  


During the course of this year I am really hoping to get to know you, as well as your child.  Please don’t hesitate to email, text, or call if you ever have anything you would like to discuss.  I am providing you with my personal cell phone number. I want you to be able to contact me in the evenings if you have any pressing issues that can’t wait until the next day.  If you do choose to contact me in the evenings please understand there are times when I may not be able to answer the phone due to family obligations of my own.  If I am unable to answer your call please leave me a message and I will get back to you in a timely manner.


It was great to meet you at open house and I  hope to see and/or hear from you this year as we work together to teach, train, and love your child.


Elliott Snider

3rd Grade Teacher

Earl  M. Lawson Elementary

elliott.snider@usd453.org

913-602-9566


Elliott Snider’s Bio

Age: 43

Birthday: May the 4th (be with you) 1973

Years Taught: 17

Grades Taught: 2-5

Hometown: Salina, KS

Current town: Leavenworth, KS

Married to: Beth (Rathjen) Snider

Children: Kristina 21, Madison 17, Simeon 13, Nevan 12, Elijah 11, Penelope 9

Grandchildren:  Gracelyn 2, Brantley 1

Fan of: Chiefs, Royals, Kansas Jayhawks, K-State Wildcats

Hobbies: Fishing, Waterfowl Hunting, Bird Watching, and Xbox gaming
 

Recent Posts

Class Update!

Hello Parents and Lawson families,
 
We have just begun learning about place value and the kids are working hard with great attitudes! During the next month we will be introducing rounding to the nearest 10 and 100. This is a great opportunity for you to support our efforts at home.
 
Understanding numbers is important and it would greatly help if our kids would spend some time building these skills while at home.  I am providing several links to some online resources that will assist you in a home study of both place value and rounding.
 
As always, please contact me if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.
 
Elliott Snider
Lawson Elementary.