Name: Mr. NunlistRoom: C-5Grade Level: 5th GradePhone Number: 360-709-7345Updated (7/4 - 12:52)This site has been updated since the school year, and now includes:- a reading page with some ideas,- a writing page with some ideas,- my journal underneath the writing page because I like to write and will still update it every now and again,- a page with other projects I had or have going on (this probably won't be updated very often, but I'll still be working on a lot of them)- the calendar page, which is updated through June, and- the page where I posted (when possible) the interviews students submitted for one of their final ELA projects in 5th grade.If you have any questions, feel free to email me! I will not reliably check my school phone over the summer, but will check email occasionally. I hope you get lots of time to play and adventure outside this summer! I hope you get lots of time to read and write this summer! And I hope you enjoy all of it!Something to play (leaving this link because I know kids like video games, and this is a video game): Do I Have a Right? Eli still has the top score, with 3,250.Professional BiographyI grew up in rural New Hampshire and graduated from Syracuse University, in central New York, in 2004 with degrees in Geography and Spanish. I developed a love of working with children through babysitting, lifeguarding, camp counselling, and substitute teaching jobs throughout my teens and early 20s. I moved to Washington after college, lured by tales of the beauty and wonder of the Pacific Northwest, and settled in Olympia. I worked for brief stints as a pizza deliverer, geoduck farmer, and mattress factory employee, and then for six years as a research assistant for the Washington State Institute for Public Policy (WSIPP). WSIPP conducts non-partisan research for the state legislature on topics such as education, criminal justice, and social services. After my eyes were sufficiently damaged from staring at spreadsheets for six years, I decided it was time to get back into teaching and, after a two year masters in teaching program at The Evergreen State College, I ended up here at Tumwater Hill! I'm very excited to start my eight (8th!) year of teaching 5th grade at T.H.E. next year!