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Welcome to Mrs. Amann’s 4th Grade Class

Hello! My name is Mrs. Amann and I am THRILLED to be your teacher! It is going to be a fun year full of lots of learning and new adventures. I can’t wait to see what this year has in store for us! I want to know ALL about you, but first I am going to tell you a few things about me.

I was born and raised here in Goshen, Ohio. I am the middle child to an amazing mother and father who supported me in education. I absolutely love them! I graduated from Morehead State University in 2005. I have furthered my education and received my master’s degree from the Grand Canyon University in 2012. This is my third year teaching at Goshen Local Schools, and my twelfth year teaching. I love teaching fourth grade because of the growing independence the students have while still embracing their imaginations and creativeness.


I was recently married, and some of you may have known me as Ms. Watson. I have a daughter, Isabelle and a step daughter, Olivia. I have two dogs, Sissy and Ana and one cat, Woozer. I had a great summer filled with Kings Island, pool days, camping, and spending time with family.  


I am very excited to be your teacher this year. I hope you are excited too! I can’t wait to spend the next year learning and growing with you.


A Few of My Favorite Things

Color - Pink

Drink - Coffee

Sport - Football

Food - Fajitas

Ice Cream - Mint Chocolate

Fast Food - Skyline

Book- The Tale of Despereaux
I am teaching Language Arts. I team teach with Mr. Sheldon (Math), Mrs. Drees (Science/Social Studies), and Mrs. Mirus (Intervention Specialist). 

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Spelling - Lesson 5

Here are the spelling words for lesson 5. The test will be on Oct. 23rd over these homophones. 

wait        sent    CHALLENGE

weight     cent        raise

heard      scent       raze

herd       feet           rays

days       feat        principal

daze       vain        principle

heel       vane     

heal       vein

peak       miner

peek          minor