PreK 3/4 – Mrs. Bittle

Welcome to Mrs. Bittle's Classroom

Welcome to Holy Cross Lutheran School’s Pre 3/4 classroom. I look forward to building a relationship with you and your child. Our Pre 3 & 4 students learn by playing and experimenting with language, toys, and art materials.

> We learn about Jesus, sing together and build friendships.
> We develop social skills like listening and follow instructions, trying our best and making good choices.
> We develop fine motor skills such as cutting with scissors, gluing, drawing and painting and writing our names.
> We play and do activities that help develop number sense, letter recognition, and more!

""Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.”"
Joshua 1:9

Learn More About Mrs. Bittle

Mrs. Bittle's Family
Family
My husband’s name is Leland. He is a computer programmer and all around handy guy who loves to fix things. We have one daughter, Sarah, who graduated from Holy Cross Lutheran School in 2008. She wants to be a teacher!
Mrs. Bittle's Education
Education
I earned a B.A. in Elementary Education from Southwestern College in Winfield, KS and a Masters of Elementary Education with an emphasis in Early Childhood from Wichita State University. I’ve been teaching preschool children since 1986.
Mrs. Bittle's Personal Goals
Personal Goals
I hope to provide each child with a first school experience that encourages a life-long love of learning. I plan to stay up to date on the latest information about early childhood education through college course work and workshops.
Mrs. Bittle's Hobbies
Hobbies
I enjoy scouring new and used book stores for wonderful picture books to share in the classroom. I also enjoy reading, camping, and playing with our two dogs, Keska and Mia.

Our Faith

Mission Statement:

We, through God’s grace, nurture spiritual, academic, physical, emotional, and social growth in children by guiding them to become responsible citizens and members of the body of Christ.

This Year’s Theme:

“Real. Present. God.”