MEET MRS. LOBUE

 This will be my 5th year to teach in White Oak and my 22st year in education. Wow! I taught third grade for two years in WO and am now in fifth grade for my third year. Fifth grade is where I started my teaching career in 1994; I love teaching fifth grade!

My last name is pronounced La-BOO, but most of my students just call me Mrs. Boo (makes is much easier).  I grew up in Longview and later met my husband, Mitchell, at Kilgore College. We’ve been married for 23 years. I received my Bachelor’s Degree from the University of North Texas in Interdisciplinary Studies with a specialization in English.  I love teaching and am certain that it’s my calling.  

My family moved from the DFW Metroplex five years ago to be back in East Texas where our parents reside.  I taught fifth grade in Kilgore ISD for a year before coming to White Oak.  We have a ten-year old daughter who will be in fourth grade at WO. 

I love all animals and have a “zoo” in my home to prove it.   I have two cats (Laney and Blizzard).  We also have a Schnauzer (Zoe) that we adopted four summers ago.  Our animals think they run the house (and at times, they probably do).  I also love music, reading, gardening, and spending time with my family and friends. 

I’m looking forward to a wonderful year together! 

From the Leader of Boo’s Crew,

Mrs. Lobue

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Yes, We’re Spoiled!

 Abby Picking Strawberries
Blizzard

Blizzard

Laney

Laney

 

Zoe

Zoe

3 thoughts on “MEET MRS. LOBUE

  1. hi this is austin and can me and devin do a presentation some time after spring break between 2:47 and 3:32😺😺

    • Austin,
      It’s SO great to hear from you. I miss having you in my class. I hope you got my email I sent about a week ago. I’d LOVE to have you and Austin present. However, Jordan Crum had already contacted me to present, and she is coming. That is the Friday before we take STAAR, or I’d let everyone come in and present. I just can’t give up more than 20 minutes (Jordan is taking 20 minutes) with STAAR so close. Thanks for understanding.

      If you can wait and present after STAAR, you’re more than welcome to come. Let me know. We take STAAR on March 28 and March 29.

      P.S. Please let me know you got this message.

      Blessings and always keep in touch,
      Mrs. Lobue (Mrs. Boo)

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