Courtney Miller

5th Grade Writing and Social Studies

Walnut Springs Elementary 

Ms. Miller's Class Website

I am very excited to be joining the Walnut Spring's family this year! I will be teaching your child writing and social studies! 

A Little Bit About Me... 

This is my fourth year teaching. I taught 6th grade reading and writing for 3 years in Northside ISD prior to this year. I was born in Corpus Christi, but moved to San Antonio at a young age where I lived until graduating from Ronald Reagan High School. 

I attended San Diego State University for two years and played Division 1 volleyball. I then moved back to Texas and finished school at Texas State University in San Marcos! 

I live a very active lifestyle; I love running with my dogs (Raider and Nova) and working out daily. I love to cook for my new fiance, Gable,  and experiment with recipes! 

I knew from a young age that teaching children was my life-calling. I am dedicated to encouraging and helping students grow into the best version of themselves. I can't wait to meet your child and begin a great school year! 

Daily Schedule
8:05-8:30 Homeroom teacher/Interventions (time for teachers to give extra support or reteach students)

8:30-9:55 Block 1

9:55-11:20 Block 2

11:25-12:10 Specials

12:10-12:24 - recess

12:24-1:00 Lunch (this includes all three classes so my homeroom may vary by a few minutes within this slot)

1:00-2:00 Block 3

2:00-2:30 Intervention (Monday-Thursday only)

2:30-2:55 Block 3 

2:55-3:05 ipad check in

3:05 dismissal


Phone: 830-627-6541

Conference Time:



If your child is ill and will not be able to attend school, please call the office and let them know.  When your child returns to school, you will need to send a note explaining the absence.


If your child will be going home from school a way that is different from the way that he/she usually goes home, please send me a note or call the front office.  I will not be able to send your child home a different way if I do not have written notice or office confirmation.

Pick-up Procedure

Car rider- Parent stays in the car and picks up through car rider lane. You will need a car rider sign.

Walkers- Your child walks themselves off campus without an adult.

Parent Walk-up- Parent will walk up to the gate beside the school and your child

will be dismissed to you. You will need a car rider sign.

Bus/Daycare- Students ride the bus or daycare van.

School Rules and Positive Behavior

WSE has a “WISE” rules expectations in place.  Each child should abide by these expectations.  Our school expectations are:

At all times we are “WISE”

W- well-mannered

I- in control

S- safe

E- empathetic

Students can earn WISE tickets for showing WISE behaviors.  Weekly classroom drawings and monthly school wide drawings are held where the students can earn a reward.

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