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Mrs. Fish

Phone: (812) 462-4493
Email: jlf@vigoschools.org

Meet Mrs. Fish

Hello! My name is Mrs. Jodi Fish. I began my teaching career at Hoosier Prairie in 1996. I have taught first grade, second grade, fourth grade, fifth grade and transition.

I graduated from Indiana State University with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education in 1994. I earned a master’s degree in education from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2008. I enjoy learning about teaching children.

Family is very important to me. I married Scott in 1994. He works at Crown Equipment in Greencastle, IN. We have two children. Mikaela earned a bachelor’s degree in theater from University of Southern Indiana. She married Max in 2020. Justin attends Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana. I am also the mother to two furry children. We have one dog, a King Charles Cavalier, named Bailey. She is a certified therapy dog. We volunteer for Love on a Leash in the community. We have one cat, Romeo. My furry children are the topic of many writing lessons. The children just love to hear about when they get into mischief!

In my free time, I love to create quilts. Scott, Bailey and I spend much of our time in nature; hiking, camping, fishing, and kayaking are some of my favorite pastimes. I also love to read and have a stack of books on my nightstand every night. Scott has to threaten me each night to turn out the light or I’d stay up reading all night long. I love to swim and snorkel, especially in the ocean. One of my goals is to be a published author one day.


All About Camp Learn A Lot

Upon entering our classroom, students notice right away that this year will be different. Students quickly transform into campers as they enter the door of Camp Learn A Lot. Just the word camping brings about feelings of togetherness, warmth, and adventure…three things that every classroom should provide. From the first day on, campers work on team building activities to achieve a common task. Campers learn best when they are engaged in the task. They apply their knowledge to make butter, oobleck, solve mysteries, escape from escape rooms, and much, much more! Campers challenge themselves to read and are rewarded for their efforts. According to Reggie Routman (2003), when an independent reading component is added, test scores go up.” In third grade, campers become poets, research writers, and possibly even pen pals. In short, campers are challenged to achieve their personal best academically, socially, and emotionally each and every day. They are expected to respect themselves, their fellow campers, their adult camp counselors, and their campsite. Camp Learn A Lot rocks!

Weekly Specials Schedule

Monday:  none

Tuesday:   P.E.

Wednesday:  Music

Thursday:  Art

Friday:  Library

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Daily Schedule: (Times are approximate)

8:15-8:30  Math Facts

8:30-9:30 Math

9:30-10:00  Intervention/Enrichment

10:00-10:15  Read aloud or handwriting

10:15-10:55  Special Classes

11:00-11:30  Writing

11:30-12:10  Lunch/Recess

12:10-2:00  Language Arts

2:00-2:40  Science/Social Studies