I hope that everyone is safe and healthy! I miss seeing you all and hope you're having a good week! If you're looking for ways to keep your brain busy, read a book! Do some trivia- come on, you knew I'd suggest trivia! If you're itching for some math, you can check out explodingdots.org. I promise it's really cool. I'm looking forward to seeing you all really soon!
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1st Period: 8:00-8:58
2nd Period: 9:02-9:50
3rd Period: 9:54-10:42
4th Period: 10:46-11:34
5th Period: 11:38-12:26
6th Period: 12:30-1:50
7th Period: 1:54-2:42
8th Period: 2:46-3:40
I have a B.A. Ed in Elementary Education from the University of Mississippi. In addition to my elementary certification, I am highly qualified to teach Science, Math, and English in grades K-12.
I have been teaching here at Southaven Middle School for 8 years. I taught 7th grade Science for 2 years. This is my 6th year to teach 8th grade Math and my 3rd year to teach Pre-AP 8th Grade Math.
I have a thirst for knowledge that is never-ending. I always want to know more about everything, and can barely make it through a book, movie, tv show, or conversation without having to look something up! The electronic age is fantastic for people like me.
I am a voracious reader, and my favorite genres are Sci-Fi and Fantasy; however, I will read anything that sits still long enough. I adore comic books. Currently I am going through a phase of reading dystopian literature, mostly young adult. I am always happy to give a book reference or chat about a book.
Mark and I are happy to live here in Southaven with our two boys, Zane (11) and Miles (8). Miles is in 3rd grade and Zane is in 5th grade at Southaven Intermediate School.
- Expo markers (we have dry erase tables)
- Wide Rule Notebook Paper
- Colored Pencils
- Scientific Calculator (can be purchased at the dollar store)- we have calculators in school, so not required
- Graph Paper
- 1 subject spiral notebook- this will stay at school
- Composition notebook- this will stay at school
These items should be available to use each day in class.
Classroom Wish List
- Hand Sanitizer
- Colorful gel pens or fine point markers
- Crayola Markers
- Clorox Wipes
- Paper Towels
- Glue Sticks
- White board erasers
Any of these items would be greatly appreciated by the students and the teacher!
Quick and Dirty Tips for Making Sense of Mathhttp://www.quickanddirtytips.com/math-dude
This is a fantastic resource for learning just about anything!https://www.khanacademy.org