Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Interdisciplinary Studies - Tarleton State University EC-6 Generalist EC-12 English as a Second Language Supplemental EC-12 Special Education 6-12 Dance 7-12 English Language Arts and Reading

Mrs. Lyndsie Davis

Grade/Subject:  3rd Grade Math & Science

Years at Cedar Hill ISD:  2nd Year

Years in Education: 8th Year

Best way(s) to contact me:  Email me at lyndsie.davis@chisd, or call the campus at 972-291-4213 ext. 5734. You can also text me through the Remind app, you can find more information about how to sign up in your scholar's Schoology account. 

Best time to contact me:  If you are looking to reach me during school hours my conference time is 9:40 a.m. - 10:25 a.m. or you may reach me after school, on remind or email. I will respond to you within 24 hours. 

Parents must know: 

Breakfast: Served from 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. Please be sure your student is here before 7:30 so they can have breakfast. 

Lunch Time: 10:40 - 11:10

Electives Schedule: Music (Monday/Wednesday) P.E. (Tuesday/Thursday) Clubs on Friday during Elective time

Homework: Students will be given a problem set page at the beginning of every week for homework. It will be placed in the clear plastic sleeve behind the math section of their binder. Homework is always due on the last day of the week; however; they are allowed to bring it to me any time during the week and I will look it over and show them the problems they need to go back and work out again in order to receive the highest grade possible. The goal of homework is to practice math often and correctly.

Red Folders: These will come home whenever there are important notes to be sure that you receive them. They will also come home every Monday (or Tuesday if Monday is a holiday) with graded papers. Please sign the sheet next to the date that you receive the graded papers. 


About Me: I am so excited to be working with you this year! My name is Lyndsie Davis and I teach 3rd grade math/science at Bray Elementary School here in Cedar Hill ISD. My husband, William, is the principal at Waterford Oaks Elementary. I have two children, Audra (age 11) will be attending 6th grade at Bessie Coleman, and Deuce (age 7) will continue to attend Waterford Oaks. I graduated from Tarleton State University with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. My original certification is EC-6 Generalist with an additional endorsement in ESL. I am also certified in Special Education, Dance, and 7-12 ELAR.,   I am entering my 8th year in education, and my 2nd year at Bray. I have experience teaching a wide range of grade levels from Kindergarten to High School, and a variety of subjects including ELAR, Math/Science, Special Education - SKILL, and coaching cheer. I believe these experiences have given me a unique insight into where my 3rd graders have been, and where they will need to grow to. I cannot wait to partner with my colleagues, scholars, and parents this year in order to create the best possible learning experience we can. I am really looking forward to growing as an educator this year and incorporating many new strategies into virtual learning.