Mrs. Siebenberg's Reading/LA Homepage


Important Dates to Take Note:

Have an Amazing Summer!!

To all my students, I will always care about you and your successes!! I look forward to seeing all of you when you come back as 3rd Graders!! It has been an honor to be your teacher! All the best to every one of you!!


Keep Reading over the Summer! Read what you love to read and love what you read! I am proud of all of you for all the hard work and progress you made this year! The more you read, the more you know. The more you know, the more you GROW!! Oh, the places you will go!!

Returning Student Registration: July 26 2:00-7:00 P.M.

New Student Registration: August 3 2:00-7:00 P.M.

Meet the Teacher Night, Monday, August 21, 5:30-6:30

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL 2017-2018Wednesday, August 23, doors open at 7:15, tardy bell 7:50, school dismisses at 3:00

HEB's mission is to continue its proud tradition of excellence as a diverse, high performing organization committed to ensuring each student is empowered today to excel tomorrow!

  • Students are responsible for their own learning
  • Quality teachers and schools are essential to students learning
  • A safe environment for every student and employee is a pre-requisite for learning
  • Decisions and actions at all levels, focus on and support effective student learning

As a Hurst Hills Falcon, I will soar to excellence by showing respect and responsibility and challenging myself to reach my goals!

WINNERS are not people who never fail, but people who never QUIT!

Mrs. Siebenberg has been married for 25 years to her husband, Steve. She has three children, Daniel, David and Sara. This is her 14th year teaching and her 9th year at Hurst Hills! She has always wanted to be a teacher, but she took awhile to get to do just that. She has two masters degrees. An MSW in social work and MEd. in education. She loves to teach 2nd grade and is happiest when her students are successful and happy about being in school! In 2013-2014, she was recognized in HEB for having a demonstration classroom exemplifying quality teaching and learning that embraces the systems approach to continuous improvement. In 2016, she received the CI advanced level demonstration classroom utilizing the systems approach to enhance student success. The success of her students has always been her priority and developing a love of learning in every student is her goal! She is proud to be a Hurst Hills Falcon and teaching in HEB!

Hurst Hills 2nd Graders are AWESOME

 Mrs. Siebenberg's Class Mission is for 100% of her classes to meet or exceed the benchmarks on all of our CBA's, DBA's and Reading 3D Assessments, so everyone will pass and go to 3rd grade prepared and ready!!

For Math Games for your student on Envision Math: Here is the link your student can access from home:

Raz-kids can also be accessed from home as well.




Rotation 1: 7:50-8:00, 9:30-11:00, 12:00-12:40

Rotation 2:12:40-2:50










Have your child read everyday if at all possible!! They can read labels, newspapers, billboards, recipes, letters, computer stories, etc. Reading Counts Tests also help increase lexile levels
Raz-Kids should be available so your child can read lexile books on his/her level. For Mrs. Bihm's students, CHAPTER BOOKS!!
Texas Bluebonnet List 2015-2016-Choose books from this list for your child so you know they are reading a great book
istation- reading on a computer softward program. Get your child's login from the office and you can do from home
USEFUL WEBSITES up for reading and/or math. Use our school to sign up and your child can do istations from home! has great instructional student activites to do at home. Check it out as well! Click on the instructional icon and go to student activities and print them out!
Hurst Public Library- Great selections of books for all kids!
You can also have your child read the tumble storybooks online from the Hurst Public Library Website!
MATH:Have your child work with math flashcards on addition and subtraction 1-12. Mastering these facts is very important toward their success as they learn to multiply and divide!

  6th Six Weeks Curriculum

 Reading and Language Arts Rotation:

  Here are the Objectives for the 6th 6 Weeks

  Reading/Language Arts: Fact and Opinion, Text and Graphic Features, Compare and Contrast, Understanding characters

  Writing: poetry, research and expository writing

 *Fluency-For the 6th 6 Weeks and End of the Year Reading3D Score, 90 words per minute 

* Level M comprehension for end of the year benchmark



Contact Information:

(817) 285-3295 ext. 5373

Classroom Calendar


 4/18 Reading DBA

4/26 Math DBA

5/2 Pajama Party Performance

5/12 Field Day

5/22 Awards 1:30 in the cafeteria