“Writing—the art of communicating thoughts to the mind, through the eye—is the great invention of the world.”
I am a 1991 graduate of WISD. I love this community, and I am honored to work for such a great organization. I have been in education for 20 years. I recently went back to school to work on my Masters in Educational Leadership. I have an amazing husband, Harold, who works for ETCADA. I have two wonderful girls. Natalie is a graduate of WISD and is a senior at UT Tyler. Sarah is a senior at WHS. I love teaching students writing! There is nothing better than seeing a child get excited about writing. Writing is fun; writing is a lifelong skill.
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FAQs for parents and students:
1. Do you give extra credit? No. I might give a grade oppportunity, but students can retake failing daily work and some tests. I encourage my students to attend tutorials when they are struggling with a concept.
2. Do you give homework? No. Any assignment not finished within the class time provided must be finished at home. I do not give additional homework assignments.
3. What is the pace of your honors classes? The pace is a little faster than an on-level class. I extend the content with higher level skills and practice.
4. Will we write a lot in your class? Yes. We will write all types of genres in my classes. There will be journal reflections as well as assessment writing prompts.