Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelors Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies EC-4, ESL Certification
Mrs. Jeanette Conway
I was born in San Antonio, but lived my first thirteen years in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We moved here in 1983 and from then on I went to North East schools. I graduated from Robert E. Lee High School. I received my bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies EC-4, from University of Texas of San Antonio.
I love children and am blessed to be in a career I absolutely love going to everyday. I am excited to start another new school year at Cibolo Green Elementary School. This will be my third year teaching kindergarten, after teaching second grade for three years and third grade for eight years. I worked with children with special needs for five years in NEISD before getting my degree in elementary education.
I am married to my high school sweetheart. We have two sons, Traye Jr. and Trevor. Our oldest son Traye is married to my beautiful daughter-in-law Mary and they have a five year old son, Traye III, who will be in kindergarten this year and a daughter named Penelope who just turned one in August. They have been a wonderful blessing to our family and my husband and I have enjoyed spending as much time as we could with them this summer. Our youngest son Trevor is a fireman in Selma, TX, a part-time fireman for Cibolo FD, part-time at Bexar Bulverde FD and a student at Texas A&M San Antonio. We couldn't be more proud of our sons and the fine men they have become.
I love dogs, collecting turtles/tortoises figurines, crosses, and candles. I love spending time with my family and I look forward to another fantastic year of teaching and working with children who also become part of my family and my heart!
Kinder Schedule 2018-2019
7:45-8:30 Morning Meeting/Calendar/Shared Writing/Morning Message
8:50-10:00 WIN/Daily5 (Library every Wed. 9:30-10:00)
11:50-12:05 Shared Reading
12:05-12:45 Science/Social Studies
1:25-1:40 Pack Up/Reflect
1:40-2:30 Specials (P.E./Music/STEAM)
2:30-2:45 Read Aloud/Dismissal