Hey Teacher Friend!
I’m Kelly and I help busy and overwhelmed teachers (that’s you!) get their classrooms organized! Once your organization systems and routines are in place then you can focus on what really matters- educating your students.
Teaching is hard work, there is no doubt about that! You are busy, overworked, and underpaid. How in the world are you supposed to find time to get your classroom organized when you have papers to grade, lessons to write, emails to send, and meetings to attend?
Welcome to The Simply Organized Teacher. I am so glad you are here. This is my space to share my thoughts, ideas, and knowledge I have gained as a classroom teacher. I am teacher, blogger, and podcaster. All of those things go together to make up The Simply Organized Teacher!
Each week I share practical advice, helpful strategies, and important routines to help teachers get their classrooms organized.
Writer. Podcaster. Crafter. Reader. Netflix Watcher. Photographer. Lover of Jesus. Wife to Cody. Momma to Milo & Scout. Current Expat, Forever Texan
My youngest memories involve me playing school in my classroom with my stuffed animal students. Teaching has been a dream of mine since I can remember. In 2008 I set off to Texas State University to make that dream a reality! I graduated from Texas State in 2012. Go Bobcats! I went on to complete my Masters the following year.
Six years under my belt of loving, leading, and teaching my kiddos! The difference between today and Day 1 is the passion I have gained to encourage and support classroom teachers on their quest to be the best teachers they can be.
Currently my husband, our two pups, and I live in Regensburg, Germany for his career. I get the lucky privilege of helping teachers across the globe create routines and structures in their classroom so they can run efficient and organized classrooms.
“I can’t thank Kelly enough for taking the time to speak with me in our coaching session and for also sending me thorough notes and pictures from our talk! I truly walked away from our conversation feeling more settled as I begin my first year of teaching.”