About Me

 

Welcome to Mrs. Vazzano's Kindergarten!  

My name is Stacie Vazzano.  This is my 10th year teaching at Washington.  My first six years were spent in first grade and this is my fourth year in Kindergarten.  I am extremely excited about this school year.  It is going to be a fun year full of learning and new adventures.

I have a bachelors degree in both Psychology and Elementary Education and an endorsement in Early Childhood Education.  I have two intelligent, talented, and extremely sarcastic children, Sam and Sophia. Sophia is 18 and is a freshman at the University of Kansas.  She is studying Speech/Language Pathology.  Sam is 19 and is busy this year as an independent choreographer for various middle school and high school show choirs across the Midwest.   My husband (who is a Washington alum) and I have been married for 20 years!  We have a one year old Boston Terrier named Fenway who is very silly and makes me laugh every day. 

Please contact me throughout the year if you have any questions or concerns.  My email address is:  stacie.vazzano@ops.org.

Looking forward to a fantastic school year!  Go Wildcats!

To send an email
click the link below

stacie.vazzano@ops.org

My Family

 

The Vazzano's

Specials


CYCLE DAY 1: Art

CYCLE DAY 2:  Library Checkout

CYCLE DAY 3:  Library Skills

CYCLE DAY 4: P.E.

CYCLE DAY 5:  Guidance & Music

CYCLE DAY 6:  Art

CYCLE DAY 7:  Library Checout

CYCLE DAY 8:  P.E.

CYCLE DAY 9:  P.E.

CYCLE DAY 10:  Guidance & Music

What's Happening?


SEPTEMBER

6th - Don & Millie's Night

11th - PTO Meeting @ 6PM

13th - Happy Birthday Lukas!

14th - NO SCHOOL (Curriculum Day)

17th - NO SCHOOL (Team Plan Day)

18th - Happy Birthday Nora!

19th - Happy Birthday Mallika!

24th - Happy Birthday Ms. Gleason!

27th - Open House
   

OCTOBER

1st - Happy Birthday Nathaniel!

11th - Happy Birthday Evie!

24th - Happy Birthday Emma!

24th - Conferences from 4:30-8:00PM

25th - NO SCHOOL - Conferences from 12:00-8:00PM

26th - NO SCHOOL

 

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Homework

Every evening your child should be:
  1. Practicing "Popcorn Words" 
  2. Math practice pages (when then come home)
  3. Reading alone or with an adult for at least 10 minutes