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Tami Sallee-Thomas

National Board Certified Exceptional Needs Specialist

Goodridge Elementary 3330 Cougar Path Road

Hebron, KY 41048



Welcome to my webage!   

Plan to visit regularly to find out what is happening in our classroom from assignments/homework to activities and fun stuff!

If your child sees me for reading you will know what is expected by clicking on the link "Resource ELA". Be sure you are under the correct grade level as I service students in different grades. Here you will be informed of their current assignments, projects and learning targets. If they see me for math click on the link marked "Resource Math".

A Litte Bit About Me:   

I have been teaching since 1984 (that sounds old huh?!....but I'm young at heart!) I have been married for  31 years!!!! We celebrated this milestone in June where we traveled to Venice, Italy! My husband and I have three beautiful daughters. The oldest is married and has provided me with two grandpuppies...Harley and Kyra !!!!!  Our second daughter just graduated from the University of Mount St. Joseph and has begun working on her Graduate degree from NKU! She has also provided me with a grandpuppy, Molly Moo! Our baby girl is a Junior at Purdue University studying to be an Entomologist, yes, that's the study of insects! We call her our "bug baby!"

I love traveling, gardening, boating, biking, reading and TEACHING!!!!!! When I became a special education teacher  I worked with high school age students. Since then, I have taught every grade from Kindergarten to Seniors and love them all. I especially love hearing from past students and finding out what they are up to! However, my teaching experience was enhanced greatly by my middle daughter who was diagnosed with a Specific Learning Disability and Panic Attack/Anxiety Disorder in 3rd grade. I learned more about being a teacher of special needs students from being the parent of one. I know the pain, frustration, anxiety, joy and pride that comes from being the parent of a student who has to struggle and put forth more effort than many of their same age peers. We are in this together and together we will rise above and have a stupendous year!!!!!