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Meet the Teacher
Transcript of Meet the Teacher
I love reading, writing, cooking and baking. I also love traveling. I've been to Guatemala a couple times and can't wait to get back and work with the kids!
I graduated from Wausaukee High School in 2010. In 2014, I graduated with a bachelors of arts in English and philosophy from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. After taking a year off of school, I decided to attend UWGB to get my teaching license.
Meet the Teacher
teaches, two learn."
Please arrive to class on time and be prepared to start class when the bell rings. Have your pencil sharpened and notebooks out.
Students will be expected to limit cellphone use during instructional time. Please do not be on your phones while I am teaching. I will let you know when it is acceptable to be on your phones.
Respecting others is a MUST! There will be no tolerance for any inappropriate or offensive language or behavior. Any violation of this will be an automatic call home to parents.
Have any questions or concerns? Please get in touch with me! Email is usually the best way, but feel free to call for anything that requires immediate attention.
Phone: (920) 135-2468
7:30-8:20: English/Language Arts 11
8:30-9:20: American Literature
9:30-10:20: English/ Language Arts 10
10:30-11:20: Creative Writing
11:30-12:20: Lunch Duty
12:30-1:20: Technical Writing
2:30-3:20: Introduction to Shakespeare
Education starts with positive connections between teachers and students. Students are most successful when they know they have somebody who believes in them. Ideally, supportive parents and an involved community also help students learn. However, students can still succeed without them, as long as they have a teacher that is truly invested in their education.
Creative Writing Group Project, Spring 2016
Jessie and Michelle studying Shakespeare