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Hello! This is my fifth year at KMS and I am excited to learn the math skills for 6th grade and for my 7th graders, we will be exploring world history. We will also be learning new strategies to help you be a lifelong learner and successful. A little about me -- I love to do DIY projects, watch Netflix, and spend time outside with my family.
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Update! As of August 22, 2019:

  1. Students need a folder to keep graded work in the classroom.
  2. Remind students to ask for missing assignments upon arriving to class after being absent. Missing work is only excusable for as many days the student was absent. If the student does not ask for the assignment they were absent for, each day it's missing, it's a point off. Ex. The student is absent 2 days. The student arrives to class, doesn't ask for make-up work for 2 days. Upon the 3rd day the student has been back, 1 point is deducted for being late.
  3. Please connect with me on Remind. The link is above! 


  • 6th Graders!! Here is what you need for my Math class:
    • -Your personal earbuds for computer assignments.
    • -pencils (mechanical if the student has the lead refill.) Otherwise, good old No2 Pencils that can be sharpened work great!
    • erasers
    • sticky notes
    • -lined paper
    • -dry erase marker(s)
    • -1 Composition Notebook-- (This will be to take notes in class and use as a study guide) 
    • -highlighters
    • 2-pocket folder

**NO Sharpies or Pens are required** (we are going to make mistakes that need to be erased.)


7th Graders!! Here is what you need for my Social Studies class: 

  • 1 notebook (spiral or composition is fine)
  • 2-pocket folder
  • color pencils
  • pencils 
  • personal earbuds
  • highlighters
  • sticky notes
  • lined paper

**NO Sharpies or Pens are required** (we are going to make mistakes that need to be erased.)

  • We follow directions the first time they are given.
  • We are in our seat and working bell to bell.
  • We come prepared as we would in a job! All materials required.
  • We raise our hand and wait for permission to speak or leave our seat.
  • We respect others, the teacher, our laptops and headphones in the classroom provided.
  • We put on headphones during software rotations and do not talk or get on any other website without the teacher’s permission
  • We never quit or give up!