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:  Special Education K-5

Years at Cedar Hill ISD:  3rd Year

Years in Education: 9th Year

Best way(s) to contact me:  Email me 

Best time to contact me:  If you are looking to reach me during school hours my conference time is 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. or you may reach me after school until 3:30. The quickest way to reach me would be via email. I will respond to you within 24 hours.  

About Me: I am so excited to be back at Bray Elementary for a 3rd year! My name is Lyndsie Davis and I teach special education at Bray Elementary and I am also serve as the parent and community liaison. I taught 3rd grade math/science at  here the last two years and I am really excited to be working with some of my past scholars again. My husband, William, is the principal at Waterford Oaks Elementary. I have three children, Audra (age 12) is in 7th grade at Bessie Coleman, Deuce (age 8) is in 3rd grade at Waterford Oaks, and we have a brand new baby, Asher, born July 8, 2021. 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 9th year in education, and my 3rd 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 my scholars should be, and where they will need to grow. 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 helping our scholars grow this year.