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 Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year!
“Let’s Taco ‘bout learning!”  is our classroom theme this year!  Either write things worth reading or do things worth the writing!  We will talk (taco) how about positive thinking is linked to success in and outside the classroom.  Watch your thoughts, they become words.  Watch your words, they become actions.  Watch  your actions, they become habits.  Watch your habits, they become character!  Watch your character, it becomes your DESTINY! 
Taking risks can lead to the best things in life.  Rich, authentic learning experiences happen in this classroom, which promotes healthy risk-taking in developing more ASL, English (writing and reading), and interpersonal skills.  When students are allowed to make mistakes to learn from them, they are able to soar as high as they can go.  
Stop by and visit our classroom.  Be forewarned - you may be surprised to find what we are doing.   You may find us making a DNA model or petting rabbits.   We might be quoting Shakespeare or spouting magic words from one of the Harry Potter books.  We might be on a poetry walk or sharing our written ghost stories while eating S'mores.   Whatever it is we are doing, you can be assured we are learning as we take risks to learn even more.  
If you need to reach me, feel free to leave a message at the high school office with your name (and student’s name, if applicable), email address, and phone number.   
Let’s have a GREAT year! 
Ms. Judi Ann

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English Class Materials (Supply List)


Please bring the required materials to English class.   

Required Materials

(3) (black & white) composition notebook (no spiral notebooks allowed)

    * 1 for writing journal, 1 for reading responses, 1 for grammar study

(3) 3 x 5 blank index cards
 (to be left in the classroom for community use)

(3) wide-ruled loose leaf composition paper (to be left in the classroom for community use)

(1) package of pencils

(1) package of erasers (any kind)

(1) USB flash drive (16 GB or higher)

(1) red pen

Requested Materials

  1. colored pencils (to be left in the classroom for community use)
  2. yellow, pink, and green highlighters (to be left in the classroom for community use)

As a teacher, I would love to have extra Kleenex boxes, hand sanitizers, wide-ruled notebook papers, extra composition notebooks, Expo markers, and other essential classroom supplies.  Please donate books and magazines as well!  If you donate any of those items, it would be greatly appreciated!   Thank you!

AR Reading Log

Students must read a minimum of two books (at their identified instructional reading level) on a weekly basis.   After they’ve read the books, they must complete an approved activity such as  (not limited to):  AR quiz, book report, reading response journal, analysis essay, or book talk video.  

Let’s taco ‘bout it!