Kim Pyle

4th Grade

Hello! My name is Kim Pyle, the 4th and 5th grade Math, ELA, & Reading teacher for KCS. I have been educating for eighteen years in various forms and fashions: homeschooling, outdoor education, Christian homeschool coops, and private tutoring. I have taught a wide range of ages, grades, and subjects and have found something incredibly fascinating in all. I have a passion for teaching and a greater passion for learning.

My husband of 25 years, Jeff, runs his own company and is a deacon with Country Bible Church. I have four amazing girls: Macey (22) Molly (19), Matti (18) and Meredith “Jo” (13). I am beyond blessed and grateful to have the opportunity to serve the Lord by guiding students through their education here at KCS.


“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” -Benjamin Franklin


4th Grade Supply List

  • 2- pkg #2 pencils (10) (Ticonderoga are the best)
  • 1- 3 ring binder with pockets (1-1/2”, plain, no Trapper Keepers or zip notebooks)
  • 1- ruler with centimeters (no flexible rulers, please)
  • 1- box Kleenex
  • 3- pkg. notebook paper (wide ruled)
  • 1- pkg multi-colored pens
  • 2- black pens
  • 2- red pens
  • 1- box multi colored hi-lighters
  • 2- plastic folder w/ pockets (w/o brads)
  • 1- 3 subject spiral notebook
  • 3- single subject notebook
  • 1- pkg 8 count tab dividers
  • 1-jumbo glue stick
  • 1- small pump hand sanitizer
  • 1- zipper pouch for inside binder
  • 1- Clorox or Lysol wipes
  • 1- Mr. Clean Magic Eraser
  • 1- container of baby wipes
  • 2- large pink erasers
  • 1- box colored pencils
  • 1- pair scissors(no safety tip)
  • 1- Fiskars clear & plastic protractor
  • 1- Fiskars plastic compass
  • 1- NIV Bible, paperback (not children’s or youth)
  • 2- reams of white copy paper (500 count each)
  • $10.00 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.