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Learning Support & Read 180
Miss Ashleigh Mowrer
Hello and welcome to the learning support classroom at Penn Bernville Elementary! My name is Miss Mowrer and I teach learning support for  fifth and sixth grade. I also teach Read 180! I look forward to all of the amazing things your child will do this school year and look forward to joining your child's educational journey! 
I love what I do immensely and it is my pleasure to work with you and your children. I value all parents as an important part of the education team and appreciate all forms of communication. Please do not hesitate to contact me! The easiest and quickest way to reach me would be through email at amowrer@tulpehocken.org or by calling our school
at (610)-488-6248.
Meet Your Learning Support Teacher 
 I grew up in Berks County and graduated from Conrad Weiser High School. I attended Bloomsburg University where I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood and Special Education in May of 2013. I have been a teacher at Penn Bernville Elementary since 2013 and taught Emotional Support for two years. I am currently working towards my Master's Degree in Teaching and Education through Cabrini College.  When I am not in school I love to go running, shop, attend Philadelphia Phillies games, and vacation at the beach. I also enjoy spending time with my family, friends, and pets. 
Learning Support Classroom Overview
Grades Fifth and Sixth
Our learning support classroom serves a variety of children with a wide variety of abilities. Our classroom serves each child in their Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) in order to serve the students individual educational needs. Based on each student's needs, myself and the regular education teacher, will work closely together to create a cohesive learning environment for your child. 

Our learning support classroom has many opportunities for co-teaching within the regular education classroom and also pull out instruction. During pull out instruction, students will be using the regular education curriculum with modifications and accommodations based on your child's individual needs. We also supplement some instruction using direct instruction programs as needed for students.The direct instruction curriculum are used for language arts and mathematics. Direct instruction programs are wonderful for students who struggle with anxiety and focus using traditional curriculum materials in the regular education classroom. Students excel in these direct instruction programs because of the predictable verbiage and signaling these programs use in every lesson. Direct instruction programs help students focus, relax, and progress through difficult material quickly, while also ensuring student mastery on every lesson. All programs implemented in the learning support classroom are researched based and are both valid and reliable. 

We strive to provide students with the classroom environment and instructional supports that are tailored to their individual strengths and needs.

Read 180 
Grades Fifth and Sixth
Read 180 is a comprehensive research based reading intervention program proven to improve reading achievement. Students selected to participate in this reading intervention program will be engaged in whole-group instruction followed by three rotating stations for learning which include small group instruction, instructional software, modeled and independent reading, and a whole group wrap up session.  
I call my students "My Kids" because in our year together they aren't just kids on my list, they become a part of my heart."
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27 Rehrersburg Road
Bethel, PA 19507
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