Carrie Sousa - Teacher


Sousa’s Class News





2/3: We are continuing to work on weekly spelling and reading stories. Weekly lists are sent home in their agendas. We are also working on CRCT practice using the Coach workbooks.


Writing: Informational


Continue checking the agenda for spelling and daily homework assignments.




2nd grade: We are beginning Unit 6: Multiplication and Division. In this unit, students will be introduced to multiplication and division. Students will write equivalent repeated addition and multiplication number sentences, build arrays to model a multiplication situation, solve problems by drawing pictures, divide a set of objects into a given number of equal groups and write division sentences to represent a sharing situation.  

3rd grade: We are continuing to work on Unit 6: Measurement. In this unit, students develop ideas about linear measurement within the customary and metric system.  Students find the perimeter and area of plane figures.  Students also further their concept of time by determining elapsed time of a full, half, and quarter-hour.


Upcoming News and Events


3/7 – NM Carnival

3/9 – No School – Teacher Workday

3/19-3/23 – Teacher Appreciation Week


Spirit Days are every Friday.

Carrie Sousa - Teacher
My name is Carrie Sousa, I have been teaching at Sweet Apple - North Metro for 6 years. I have my Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral Science and my Teaching Certificate in Behavior/Learning Disabilities from Georgia State University. I have 2 children that keep me very busy outside of school. My son is 14 and he plays soccer and basketball. My daughter is 8 and she is involved in dance and gymnastics. I enjoy teaching and making a difference in children's lives.

Julian Barfield- Assistant
I am 30 years of age and have been working as a parapro for 5 years. I played basketball and majored in Political Science at the University of Nevada- Las Vegas. I have been coaching basketball for the last 7 years and now coach at Parkview High School Boys Varsity. I love everything about teaching though the best feeling is seeing a child smile after they learn something new.