5th Grade Team
Hello! My name is Natalie Newcombe and I am starting my 3rd year at Bailey. This is my 11th year as a teacher. I have taught 3rd , 4th , 5th , and 8th grade. I was born in Camarillo, CA and moved to Las Vegas in 2006. I graduated from Hope International University with a Bachelor’s in Human Development. I graduated from UNLV with a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction. I also completed a Master’s degree in Educational Administration from GCU, and I am currently working to complete a doctoral degree in School Leadership.
In my free time I enjoy reading books, playing with my cats, and playing guitar. I also LOVE coffee and spend plenty of time at coffee shops. I have a niece and nephew who are my world, and I spend a lot of time with them and watching both of them play sports.
My goal for this year is to create a fun and engaging learning environment. I promise we will work hard throughout this year and every student will experience success in my classroom. I love creating interactive and engaging lessons so that students are a part of the learning experience. I am excited for this year to start and I know it will be an exciting journey for all!
Bio coming soon....
Hi! My name is Alexandra Robertson and I am so excited to begin my fifth year as a Bailey Bronco! I have taught 2nd and 3rd grade and am so excited to begin a new adventure as a 5th grade teacher.
I was born in Lumberton, North Carolina which is known for being the “halfway point” between New York and Florida. Right before entering high school my family and I moved to Pennsylvania where I completed high school and also graduated college. I attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood and Special Education.
After college, I married my high school sweetheart and moved here to sunny Las Vegas! In my spare time I love to spend time with my husband, my daughter Emma, and our two dogs Brighton and Zoey. We love to spend time outdoors, especially at Lake Mead!
As I’ve said, I am so excited to see what this school year brings. Although things may look different, I look forward to creating a fun and engaging classroom environment where all students can thrive.