Contacting Mrs. Knoblock

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Below are some frequently asked questions about contacting me.

What is the best way to reach Mrs. Knoblock?

The best way to reach me is email.  I check my district email frequently during the day and at least once from home in the evening.  I will reply as soon as I have a free period during the day.  Feel free to send me an email at any time.


Email Mrs. Knoblock


 

How do I let you know that my child's dismissal plans have changed?

The best and most strongly preferred way to let me know that your child is going to be parent pick-up, or riding the bus instead of going to EDP is via a handwritten note.  PLEASE DO NOT USE EMAIL for dismissal notes.  Email is unpredictable and if the system is down or I am absent, there is no way for me to get your email and your child would end up on the bus.  PLEASE, only email for non-dismissal related topics.

 

I would like to talk with you on the phone, do you have voicemail?

We do have voicemail, but because there are no phones in the classroom and only three phones for me to access during the day, I do not check my voicemail.  If you wish to leave me a message to call you, please call the main office at 609-716-8330 and leave a message with a secretary that you would like me to call you back.  I will call you as soon as I have a free period.  In some cases, this might be in the evening if you called for me after my free period.  Please be sure to specify that your child's teacher is Misses Jennifer Knoblock.  There is another teacher in first grade named Mister Richard Knoblock.  In order to avoid confusion, please use my full name when contacting the school.

 

Can I still write you a handwritten note?

Yes, handwritten notes are fine for everything.  Even though we have email, I still welcome handwritten notes and I will respond as soon as I get a chance to that day.