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Kindergarten Teacher

Room 216 

Best way to contact me is....Bloomz.  There are several ways to register.

Text the number 1-858-256-6691 with the text message: @76EVPV

or 1. Download the "Bloomz" app from the appstore/playstore and create an account.  If browser, go to and click "Join Bloomz" 2. In the text box enter 76EVPV 3. Create your account

    My Name is Kristina Bell and this will be my 11th year teaching at Mary A. Goetz Elementary. My first two years I taught special education K-3. This will be my 9th year teaching kindergarten. I attended Eastern Kentucky University and I have a Bachelor of Science in Special Education P-12 Learning and Behavior Disorders and Elementary Education P-5.  I  completed my masters at the University of the Cumberlands in Education as a Reading and Writing Specialist K-12. I obtained my Rank 1 in the Teacher Leader Program at the University of the Cumberlands. I grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and currently live there.  I am married to a former Ludlow Graduate, L.D. Bell.  We have a daughter named Bria (6 years old) and a 4 year old son named Coleston.
    I am extremely excited to be in kindergarten and start the 2021-2022 school year!  Communication is key to your child's life-long success so please at anytime feel free to contact me via email at or at school 859-261-2100 EXT 2161.   I will be sending newsletters on upcoming events, and an overview of what is being taught in the classroom each week.  Also, check my classroom webpage for more details and information. If you would like to receive text based messages please sign up for my Bloomz app for my classroom.  This is a great way for you to receive classroom/school updates, reminders during the school year via text, and to be able to chat with me privately.  It is free and absolutely confidential.  I look forward to a great school year!
     Mrs. Bell
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