Teacher Spotlight: Alisha K. Byrd, Stevenson Elementary

Read on to find out more about this Southfield teacher.

Meet Alisha K. Byrd, a teacher at Stevenson Elementary in Southfield.

  • Grades taught: K-3 (Resource Room)
  • Years as a teacher: 14 years
  • Favorite book as a child: Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor
  • What her class is reading: Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes
  • Reading tip: “To find your child’s ‘just right’ reading level, use the five finger rule. Open a book to a random page and ask your child to read it aloud, if you have to assist them 1 time, the book is too easy. If have to assist them 2-3 times, the book is just right. And if need to assist them 4-5 times, the book is too hard.”

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