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Cynthia Rowden
Cynthia Rowden

Cynthia Rowden

Cynthia Rowden

3rd Grade

3rd Grade

Hello!  My name is Cynthia (Cindy) Rowden and I am the third grade teacher for KCS. In 1987, I obtained my Bachelor of Education degree from Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas.  I have taught for 31 years in public schools: 27 years for Ector County ISD and 4 for Mesquite ISD.  During those years, I taught Kindergarten, 1st, 3rd, and 6th grades.  I was also a Curriculum Specialist before moving to the Dallas area.  I am so excited to be teaching here at Kaufman Christian School.  The Lord has blessed me by helping to fulfill a dream to teach in a private school this year and I am so grateful! Children are an inspiration and I love their energy and excitement they bring to my classroom on a daily basis!  I am fascinated to watch them create, learn, apply, and find answers to their questions and mine.

I am married to the love of my life and best friend, Mark.  Mark is a Police Chief for a neighboring school district.  We have been married 31 years and have 2 boys, Chrystopher (27) and Jonathyn (13).  Our family attends Sunnyvale First Baptist Church and we are involved in activities there.

During my free time I enjoy cooking, reading, “playing” with my plants, camping, and crafts for the house and garden.

3rd Grade Supply List

1 3 ring binder with pockets (1-1/2” plain, no Trapper Keepers or zip notebooks)
2 plastic folders w/ pockets (w/o brads) 1 red, 1 blue
2 plastic folders with brads (any color)
1 pkg 8 count tab dividers (without pockets)
1 12” ruler (w/ inches & centimeters, not flexible)
1 pair Fiskar’s scissors
1 box 12 colored pencils
1 large glue stick (or 2 small)
2 red pens
2 yellow hi-lighters
2 large pink erasers
1 white out tape
12 #2 pencils
2 black ballpoint pens
1 pkg Crayola Washable Markers (8 ct)
1 wide ruled 70 page spiral notebook
1 pkg notebook paper (wide rule)
2 boxes Kleenex
1 NIV Bible, paperback (not children’s or youth)
2 reams white copy paper (500 count each)
1 paint shirt
$8.50 for music recorder (if you do not have one)

Backpacks and lunch boxes must be generic. They may have designs or be multi-colored, but we ask that they not promote any advertisements of any other school, movie, TV, or cartoon character, business, or organization. The backpack’s brand name, such as Jansport, L.L. Bean, Champion, etc. is acceptable as long as it is not a design.