The DES AMI packets for March 30 – April 17 are NOW available at the front entrance of the elementary school.
De Queen Elementary 3rd, 4th, and 5th AMI packets will be available starting Monday, March 30th at the front entry of the school. The packets are located in the filing cabinets. Each drawer is labeled by grade. These packets contain work for March 30—April 17. Students who have special needs will have their packets mailed to ensure that they get the correct work. Students will bring work back when school resumes. Please email any questions or concerns to your teacher.
La escuela de De Queen Elementaria de 3ro, 4to, y 5to paquetes de AMI estaran disponibles empezando Lunes, Marzo 30 enfrente de la escuela. Los paquetes se encuentran en un archivero. Cada cajon sera para cada grado. Estos paquetes contienen trabajos para Marzo 30- Abril 17. Estudiantes que tienen necesidades especiales se les mandara por correo para que tengan el trabajo correcto. Los estudiantes tienen que regresar el trabajo cuando se retomen las clases. Por favor para cualquier pregunta puede mandarle un correo electronico a la maestra de su hijo/a.
DES Teacher of the Year
Mrs. Sherrie Shelton
Education: West Memphis Christian High School, Bachelor from Harding University, Master from Henderson University
Certifications: birth to 21 in Special Ed., pre-school-6th regular education
Experience: 36 years teaching, currently is reading interventionist grades 3-5
Student comments: “Mrs. Sherrie is really (x8) funny.” “She helps me read better.” “She always smiles.” “Mrs. Sherrie makes me like reading.”
About Mrs. Shelton: She loves the LORD. Motorcycle riding is her favorite thing to do. She enjoys traveling the world. She has a twin sister.
Mrs. Terriann Phillips, Principal
Terriann Phillips has been with De Queen School District since 1993 when she began her career as a second grade teacher. Mrs. Phillips was awarded the Elementary School Teacher of the Year for Arkansas for 1997-1998 by the Oklahoma-Arkansas Section of the Mathematical Association of America. In 1998 she was awarded the State Award for the National Science Foundation Presidental Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. After six years in the classroom, Terriann moved into administration and served one year as an assistant principal before taking over as the principal for De Queen Elementary School in 2000. In 2009, she was named Administrator of the Year by J P Associates and in 2012, she was named Outstanding Administrator of the Year by the Arkansas Art Educator’s Association.
Terriann received her Bachelor of Science degree from East Texas State University at Texarkana in 1993 and her Master of Science degree from Texas A & M – Texarkana in 1997. Additionally, she studied at Henderson State University and the University of Central Arkansas to complete the requirements for her administrator credentials.