Meet the Teacher
Phone: 951-302-6610-ext 3841
Degrees and Certifications:
Masters of Arts in Special Education Certifications: Special Education Level II Clear; Multiple Subject with business supplement
Mrs. Kimberly Miller
Hi, My name is Kim Miller. I teach the Bridge special education class at Abby Reinke Elementary. I have taught for over 14 years in the district. The students are very special to me, and I try to make the class as rigorous as possible to facilitate their learning style and to meet their IEP goals.
The students work diligently on their academics, enjoy cooking, gardening and learning vocational skills. I enjoy watching their progress and efforts. I love to see how excited they are about learning and sharing their work.
I am wife, a mother of three and grandmother of 3. I have 2 Sheltie dogs and I enjoy sewing.
Practicing Acts of Caring and Kindness
Leader of the PACK
December - Miguel
Website Links Information
Abby Reinke PTA: click here to access ARES PTA link
Inland Regional Center: click here to access Inland Regional Center website
Reading Eggs for phonics and comprehension: click here to access reading program
Phonics game: click here for link to phonics game
word family game: click here to play word family word sort game
US States Map game: click here to play US State Game
Clifford Beginning sound game: click here to play beginning letter sound game
Welcome to Bridge
Bridge Class Staff:
Patti Houston IA II am
Monica Vessia IAIII pm
Leslie Kaw IAIII pm
Related Service Staff for Bridge Class:
Adaptive PE- Katie Hairabedian
Occupational Therapy- Anna Dowey
Occupational Therapy Assistant- Michelle Burnette
Blast in the Past day- Friday, January 11- dress in favorite decade attire (50, 60, 70, 80)
Report cards and IEP Progress Report sent home Friday, January 18
No School Monday, January 21 for Martin Luther King Day
Bridge Class Birthdays:
Miss Patti 10th
Please read for 20 minutes every night and/or have your child practice reading sight words.
Return any reading books/bags to school the following day.