• Student Class Schedule

    8:15 Morning Meeting

    8:30 ELA Class Meeting

    9:15 Independent worktime (students can request support from teacher and Support staff)

    9:40 Math Class Meeting

    10:25 Independent worktime (students can request support from teacher and Support staff)

    10:50 Science/ Social Studies Class Meeting

    11:35 Independent worktime (students can request support from teacher and Support staff)

    12:00 Lunch

    12:30 Recess/ Break

    12:45 ESOL Block/ Small Group Instruction/ Independent work time

    1:30 Guided Reading/ Literature Circles/ Independent reading

    2:25 Related Arts (Art/Music/P.E.)

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  • 4th&5th Grade Class Schedule

    4th & 5th Grade Student Schedule

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Ms. Angela O'Neal

Phone: (314) 772-4545

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. in Education

Ms. Angela O'Neal

Greetings!

This is my 15th year with the district. I have taught multiple grades and content areas during my career with SLPS. I am also a product of the Saint Louis Public Schools. I have matriculated through Euclid Montessori Elementary, Academic Athletic Academy (AAA), Langston Middle, Southwest High and graduating from Sumner High School. Going on to further my education in Saint Louis, I also graduated from Harris-Stowe State University with a bachelor's degree in education. I love my students like they are my own, so grateful to empower them while helping them learn in many different ways. 

"Education is the Key to Success"

I enjoy working with students and being an educator! I am responsible for making each student realize their full potential by honing their natural gifts and talents. This rigorous task begins on the very first day of school and continues until the very last; however this can not be achieved alone. It is extremely important that each student has a support system because....It takes a village to raise a child! I have high expectations because every child is born a genius and it is up to us, the adults, to cultivate, nourish, and nurture each child's natural powers.

"READING is SUCCEEDING"