Welcome to my webpage! I'm so glad we have found each other!
I am Anita Fisher and this year I begin my 20th year of teaching; my 13th at Howevalley/Cecilia Valley.
So how did I become a teacher? Well, I grew up a farm girl in Ohio raising cows and corn. In 1988, I graduated from Ohio University with a degree in Secondary Business Education. I married an Army man, had four children and received my Elementary Certification while living in Michigan. I started teaching elementary school in Michigan in 2001. In 2003, my family moved to Kentucky and bought a farm with cows and hay. I taught four years at Woodland Elementary before moving closer to home to Howevalley. Howevalley/Cecilia Valley is where I belong. These kids are growing up like I grew up and, in my opinion, that makes for a great situation. In 2013 I graduated with my Master's degree and Rank 1 in School Counseling.
This year your children will have to work hard. In fifth grade, the work not only gets more difficult, but it also becomes more abstract which requires a different kind of thinking. I sincerely hope that everyone is ready for the challenge.
In my free time, I love being outside and home on the farm with my family. I'm a very proud wife, mother and Mamaw.
Here's to a great year!