Mrs. Lisa Williams
Fiske Elementary School
Kindergarten - Room 103
People often ask how I decided to become a teacher. I have aspired to be a
teacher ever since I was in the first grade! I LOVED my first grade teacher
(Mrs. McConnell ☺), who left a lasting impression on me.
Teaching is part of who I am. I love spending each and every day with so many
children who are as impressionable as I was. My goal is to help each of them
feel nurtured, enriched, and loved for who they are. It is so exciting to
witness their growth and development throughout each year.
I began my teaching career here at Fiske School as a student teacher in 1991.
Since then I have taught grades 2, 5, and 4 consecutively at Bowman School in
Lexington. I returned to Fiske as the Assistant Principal for a couple years,
and then was happy to go back into the classroom as a kindergarten teacher.
This will be my tenth year teaching kindergarten! I feel so fortunate to
spend my days doing something that I love.
On a personal note, I live in West Concord with my two children, Katie (13
years old) and Kevin (11 years old). Katie is in the eighth grade and
Kevin is in the fourth grade. We also share our home with two cats and a
rabbit! Our household is a very busy place. I like to tell my students that I
am a Mom AND a teacher. They always seem surprised by that.
I view every day as a new learning experience, and I welcome your feedback.
Kindergarten is the launching pad for your child’s future school experiences.
We have a wonderful opportunity to help them LOVE learning about themselves
and the world around them.