Sasha Colbert

6th Grade Inclusion

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Welcome to Our Class!


I am so excited to be your child's teacher this year! I look forward to getting to know each and every one of them and helping them grow.
Remember to visit you child's general education teacher's website and follow the link to their Schoology for class specific information. Also, make sure you are signed up for their Remind. Please do not hesitate to email me with any questions or concerns you may have. 


 Let's continue to stay positive throughout this 21-22 school year!

Class Documents:

DeSoto County Schools

Academic Calendar

2021-2022 School Year

August 2 Teachers’ First Day

August 5 Students’ First Day

September 6 Labor Day Holiday

October 11 Fall Break

November 22 - 26 Thanksgiving Holidays

December 17 End First Semester

December 20 - January 2 Christmas Break

January 3 and 4 Professional Development Days

January 5 Students Return

January 17 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

February 18 Professional Development Day

February 21 Presidents’ Day Holiday

March 14 -18 Spring Break

April 15 Good Friday Holiday

April 18 Easter Break

May 24 Students’ Last Day

May 25 Teachers’ Last Day

Tentative Make-up Days: February 18, April 18, May 25, May 26, May 27

S Colbert

About the Teacher

Education & Certification(s):

•Horn Lake High- Diploma

•Northwest Mississippi Community College-Associate of Arts in Elementary Education 

•The University of Mississippi- Bachelor of General Studies

Minors in English,Education,and Psychology 

•Teach Mississippi Institute


•fourth year inclusion teacher 21/22 

•special education assistant 

•personal care assistant

Personal Info:

I'm originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, but I now reside in Olive Branch, MS. I started as a personal care assistant several years ago. During the 17-18 school year, I was a resource assistant. I wear many hats, which include being a wife and mother to five wonderful children. I've always wanted to be an educator, so I'm thankful to be blessed with this opportunity to work with your child. I want my students to know that just because learning is a bit of a struggle, does not make it impossible. I love what I do, and I am excited to begin my fourth year as an inclusion teacher here at DCMS.