Sharlette Key

2nd Grade

Hello, my name is Sharlette Key, and it is my privilege to serve as the second-grade teacher for KCS.

I graduated cum laude with a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies, from UT Dallas. I have taught for many years in lower elementary from Pre-K- 3rd grade. This is my first year at KCS, I am excited to teach at a school that not only proclaims the name of Christ, but I am able to teach about His love daily. My desire for each student is that they will love to learn and want to be at school each day to take part in the process.

My husband, of 41 years, works as Office Manager for Jack Key Auto Transport in Dallas. We have 4 grown children, 2 super grandchildren, and one very fat “miniature” Dachshund named Max. We are active members of Ridge Pointe Fellowship in Dallas. In my spare time I like to travel, work in the yard, read, and spend time with friends and family. Each week our entire family gathers on Sunday evening to share a meal together, that is my favorite thing to do and I look forward to it each week.

2nd Grade Supply List

  • 1   backpack (generic, without wheels)
  • 1   1 in. 3 ring binder w/pockets (plain)
  • 1   clear front zipper pouch for notebook
  • 1   5x8 plastic supply box
  • 3   plastic folders with pockets and brads (1 red,1 blue, 1 yellow)
  • 2   pkg Ticonderoga #2 pencils
  • 1   8 oz Elmer’s glue
  • 2   pink bevel erasers
  • 2   boxes 24 count crayons
  • 1   pair Fiskar’s scissors
  • 3   spiral notebooks (wide ruled) (1 green, 1 yellow, 1 blue)
  • 1   pkg wide ruled notebook paper
  • 1   pkg colored pencils
  • 2   yellow highlighters
  • 2   black dry erase markers
  • 1    pair white cotton infant socks(for dry erase boards)
  • 2   small glue sticks
  • 2   rolls of paper towels(girls)
  • 1   box each snack/gallon size Ziploc bags (boys)
  • 2   containers of wet wipes (not Lysol)
  • 2   boxes Kleenex
  • 1   NIV bible
  • 1   ream white copy paper (500 count each)
  • $6.00 Scholastic magazine Fee
  • $10.00 craft fee

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.