Phone: 909-307-5400 ext. 41608
Degrees and Certifications:
*Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Studies with a minor in Early Childhood Education from California Baptist University. *Teaching Credential in Mild/Moderate Disabilities from California Baptist University. *Master's Degree in Autism Spectrum Disorders from Grand Canyon University.
Mrs. Nicole Miller
Hello to all my new Viking students and families! I cannot wait to meet you all and I look forward to a fun and interesting year full of learning! I am so happy to be starting this school with you!
I began working in Redlands Unified and then spent some time teaching in Moreno Valley Unified School District. I am so happy to be back here in Redlands with the best staff and students around! This is my fifth year here at Clement Middle School and I love teaching at such an amazing school with awesome administrators and staff. Fun fact, I went to Clement when I was in middle school and some of my teachers are still here.
I am married to my husband Ryan (who also attended Clement for middle school) and we have two children, Alexis (12) and Matthew (10). I enjoy reading and watching my kids do what they love. Alexis is a competitive dancer and Matthew has really taken an interest in flag football and is a very talented little baseball player.
I HAVE ONE VERY SPECIFIC REQUEST FOR SCHOOL. UNFORTUNATELY, I SUFFER FROM SCENT-INDUCED MIGRAINES, SO PLEASE NO PERFUMES, COLOGNES, LOTIONS, HAND SANITIZERS, OR ANY OTHER SCENTED PRODUCTS.
I cannot wait to meet you all on Wednesday, August 10th!
Please feel free to contact me with any questions by phone or email.
909-307-5400 ext. 41608 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Suggested School Supplies!!!
Three ring binder (2 inches)
Lined Paper (college ruled)
Highlighters (multiple colors)
Pencils (if mechanical, please supply led as well)
Pens (red, blue, and black)
Water bottle - we have bottle filling stations at our water fountains
BACKPACK to store all of these items!
Mrs. Nicole Miller
Clement Middle School
6th Grade SAI Teacher English, Science, and Intervention