For Corral Drive 5th grade teacher Katie Teeslink, the foundation for a successful year starts the first day students. “We spend a lot of time setting up the classroom environment and building that community,” she said. “We talk about. It’s a common story in Arreola-Navarro’s classes, Araiza said, describing her approach as “differentiated instruction,” a strategy of treating every child with the customized attention they need as a unique, individual…