Who is Mrs. Sneed?
Hello, my name is Cheryl Sneed (please feel free to call me Cheryl). This year I am looking forward to celebrating my tenth wedding anniversary, my daughter Joclynn’s 9th birthday, and my tenth amazing year in 2nd grade. This will be my sixteenth year teaching at Diamond Canyon. However, this year will be my fifth year as a parent of a full time 3rd grade Coyote. Joclynn will be a 3rd grader and I am overly excited to have my baby girl remain in the Coyote family. You will see pictures of her all over the classroom. She is our little miracle; she was born January 31st, 2011. Like her mother... she wanted to make a grand entrance, 2 ½ months early. She is doing great and has earned the name “Sprout” growing like a weed and ready to learn as much as she can.I was born and raised in Erie Pennsylvania; a graduate of Clarion University also located in PA. I enjoy visiting friends and family there during the summer, swimming, shopping and just being in my home town. I love my home town, but the 9 months of winter and never ending lake effect snow made it very easy to move. Sunshine......Now that is my all time favorite. I can't get enough of it! Living in Arizona has given me not only the opportunity to teach. I met my loving husband here, and began my life. We enjoy being in the pool (much cleaner then Lake Erie), being with friends and family, and just acting silly around the house. I can't say I am a AZ native, however I am an AZ lover!
I believe learning starts at home with the guidance and support of family, and in the classroom obtaining the academic and social skills needed to be successful. Being a life long learner is about challenging your self and allowing others to challenge you. With error and mistake comes learning.
Mrs. Sneed's FavoritesColors: Red, and purpleFood: Breakfast, Mexican, and sandwichesFruit: Cherries, pineapple, srawberriesSnack: Chocolate covered strawberriesBeverage: Water, unsweetened tea with lemon, McDonalds Vanilla Ice CoffeeSport: Softball/ BaseballHobbies: Shopping, organizing things, being with family, and soaking up the sunSilly things about me: I have an odd obsession with all things decorated with cherries thatstarted when I was 16.My father went to Clown College when I was a senior in high school.I completely dislike making meal decisions.I love to play with and twirl my hair.I am fearful of escalators, bugs, spiders and snakes.