Mrs. Krista Arterbury



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Mrs. Krista Arterbury

Hello! Welcome to Kindergarten!

My name is Krista Arterbury. I was born and raised in Edinburg, Texas where the citrus groves are plentiful and the beach is just a car ride away. I graduated from the University of Texas in 2010 and began teaching in 2013. My husband and I moved to Boise in 2014 to be closer to our family.

If you have questions, you can email me at, I will be back August 15th!



  • Is there anything else we need that is not on the supply list?

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    No, all you need is on that list. I would encourage you to buy zipper toolbags instead of the plastic pencil boxes; they last longer, close easier and don't fall over as often. I would also encourage you to not buy the tiny ear-bud, inside-the-ear headphones. Headphones that go over your child's ear are far more comfortable AND are much more durable. Make sure your child can wear the headphones comfortably for at least 15 minutes. Again, these are just suggestions!


    It would be a big help if your child's name was on the following supplies...






    Toolbags/Pencil box




    Backpack (on the inside, so your child's name isn't visible to strangers)

    *Jackets, sweaters, any clothing that can be removed due to weather should have your child's name on the inside to prevent it getting lost or mixed up with another child's clothing. 



    Glue sticks, liquid glue, pencils, erasers, dry-erase markers, and ruled paper will be community supplies that will go in our supply cubbies. These cubbies are fully accessible to all students when needed. 



    Hand sanitizer, facial tissue and batteries are optional, but always appreciated!



    During Meet the Teacher we will have a Giving Tree sign up, if you would like to get a head start and donate other items to our classroom, there is a list below and it is greatly appreciated and carefully used, but of course optional!


    Magic Erasers (cleaning products)

    Hand Soap

    Plastic Zip Bags (any and all sizes appreciated)




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  • See-Saw

    Posted by Krista Arterbury on 7/31/2017


    during the school year our class uses an app called See-saw. Each child has their own user name and only they and their parent or guardian has access to their personal account. During the year the students add school work, acheivements and messages to mark their goals. This is a great way to keep up with their work as well as keep up to date on the goings on at school. 

    I also use this to send reminders and weekly updates, I will be emailing parents/guardians soon with a sign up link. 

    See-Saw is very easy to use, convenient and helpful, but of course, optional!

    If you do not have internet access or choose not to use See-Saw, our class does hand out paper copies of the calendar and weekly newsletters.


    There will also be a See-Saw set up station during Meet the Teacher!

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