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Dustin Cannon
4th Grade Reading/Writing/Social Studies
Phone: (270) 282-3121

School Phone: 586-7133
Please no phone calls past 9 p.m.

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I was born and raised in Bowling Green, Kentucky. From the age of 2-8 my family lived in New Orleans, Louisiana while my Dad was in the Navy.  I graduated from Warren Central High School in 2008 and continued my education at Western Kentucky University.  After my high school graduation I continued my studies at Western Kentucky University where I graduated with my degree in Elementary Education.


I am recently married (October 6th, 2012) to my wife Jamie Elizabeth Cannon. We currently live in Rockfield with our two dogs Reese and Jace.  In my spare time I enjoy going to Barren River Lake where I love to Wakeboard and fellowship with friends and family.  When I am not at the lake I resort to my first love, baseball.  I played baseball at Warren Central for 6 years and currently give baseball lessons at Thoroughbred Sports Academy.  It was during my first year doing lessons that I discovered my real passion for teaching.


This will be my second year of teaching, and I am looking forward to spending this year with your child here at Lincoln Elementary.  I wish to be an impactful influence in the life of your child and I am anxiously anticipating the memories we will make together. In my class your children will learn about elements of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and drama.  These different story elements will be taught in units.  In writing our end of the year goal will be to write a beefy paragraph.  We will look at the differing parts of speech and these develop to add meaning to our writing.  Finally in Social Studies my classes will look at latitude, longitude, relative and absolute location, culture, and Kentucky geography/history.