Mrs. Deeann Conner, Special Education Teacher
Mrs. Conner's Home Page
Wed, November 22, 2017



Welcome to Mrs. Conner's Study Buddy Room!  It is my pleasure to work with your child on a daily basis.  I am happy to share my room with Mrs. Thise, my educational assistant. 

It is my goal to provide a safe and secure learning environment for each student.  I look forward to a school year full of learning and fun! 



Who is Mrs. Conner?

It is my pleasure to teach at Shenandoah Elementary School.  I am a 1992 graduate of Shenandoah, and have lived in Middletown and the surrounding area all my life.  I married my high-school sweetheart, Rusty and have been married for 14 years now.  We have two children, Sara, 11 and Clay, 5.  I graduated from Ball State University with my Bachelors Degree in Special Education in 1996, and completed my Master's Degree from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2007.  I have taught here at SES for 13 years. Family means so much to me, so we have settled ourselves in Sulphur Springs, not too far from any of our family members. 

Teaching is a special part of my life.  I enjoy the challenges the students bring to me everyday. Each one of you have great kids and I enjoy the opportunity to teach them and be a part of their educational experience. 

Study Buddy Rules and Procedures


  Homework in the Study Buddy room is usually minimal.  If homework would consist of reading a story with a parent, and it isn't done, then a ticket would be taken. 

  If written homework is not turned in, such as a math assignment, the result is minus 5 points for each day late, for the first 3 days and then the assignment is a zero after the third day. 


•1. Listen carefully

•2. Follow directions

•3. Work quietly.  Do not disturb others while they are working.

•4. Respect others.  Be kind with your words and actions.

•5. Respect school and personal property.

•6. Work and play safely.


FIRST OFFENSE: Student will be reminded of the rule or behavior and given a warning.

SECOND OFFENSE: Student loses ticket(s). 

THIRD OFFENSE: Student loses ticket(s).  A note will be sent home and/or a call to the parents. 

FOURTH OFFENSE: Student loses ticket(s).  A note or call will be sent home and a conference is set with child, parent and teacher.