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Contact Information 

Direct Line:
(360) 501-2942

Important Dates:
January 25, 2019-end of 2nd quarter/first semester
April 10,2019-end of 3rd quarter

Schedule 2018/2019
 Period 1 - IEP Planning
 Period 2 - Language Arts 
 Period 3 - Language Arts 
 Period 4 - Language Arts 
 Period 5 - Planning/Team
 Period 6 - Language Arts and Study Hall
 Period 7 - Social Skills and Study Hall


Social Skills 7th Period

Monday-organization, check skyward, goals

Tues/Thurs-Social Skills lessons. Topics will include making new friends, how to ask for help, common middle school scenarios

Wednesdays Social Skills/Game Day for All 7th Period 

Fridays Study hall/Skyward Check and Free Day

Study Hall 6th Period and 7th Period (T/Th)

Contact me for more information about these classes.  

2018-2019 Classroom Expectations

Weekly Plan

Language Arts 2/3 Period 2nd Quarter:

Unit 2 Theme: Belonging Essential Question: Where do I fit in?
Read Aloud Novel:
                Trino's Choice by Diane Gonzales Bertrand
Reading Skills: Making Inferences Making Predictions Visualizing Cause/Effect Making Connections Compare and Contrast Analyze Character Vocabulary

                 Writing: Narrative paragraph Informative paragraph Argumentative paragraph Summaries

YouTube Video

Language Arts 4/6 Period:
System 44 is an intensive reading and writing intervention program that aims to raise student reading and writing levels, as well as academic achievement.

      Click HERE for Scholastic's                    System 44 Family Portal

        Click HERE for a Parent's                      Guide to Phonics

It includes the following components: 

  •  Scholastic Reading Inventory -(SRI) The Scholastic Reading Inventory is a computer-based test that assesses student reading level for program placement. The students will take the test several times throughout the year to measure progress. 
  • Phonics Inventory-The Phonics Inventory is a computer-based test designed to determine if the root cause of reading difficulty is decoding. It is used for program placement and to measure progress throughout the year. 
  • Small and Whole Group Instruction- Teacher-led lessons focus on reading strategies and skill practice, and quizzes are given to measure student understanding. 
  • Adaptive Technology -Students use adaptive technology to practice reading comprehension, fluency, spelling, writing, and decoding skills. Lessons are customized for each student and provide immediate, corrective feedback. 
  • Reading-Students select leveled books at their independent reading level, and chart their progress in a reading log. Writing activities accompany each book, and students complete these activities as they are reading. After completing a book and its writing activities, students take a computer based quiz to test their understanding of the book.