This is my 43nd year with the Monroe City School System and the last 36 of those have been at
Neville High School. I hold a BA in Art Education from Louisiana Tech University and a degree
in Special Education from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Along with teaching, I am the Sponsor of the Neville Interact (Community Service Organization) and the Freshman Cheerleading Squad.
District site - mcschools.net
318-323-2237 Extension 1264
Resource/Study Skills - Room 147
Current Class Schedule
1st Period - Special Education Supervision
2nd Period - Study Skills I, II, III, and IV
3rd Period - Prep
4th Period - Study Skills I, II, III, and IV
5th Period - Study Skills I, II, III, and IV
6th Period - Study Skills I, II, III, and IV
7th Period - Special Education Supervision/Testing Center and Freshman Cheer
Materials from academic classes, such as AR reading, study guides, project information, homework assignments, etc. must be brough to class each day
This course is designed to aid students in developing skills necessary to complete requirements in academic classes, as well as preparing them for success on the End Of Course Tests and ACT. Varoius strategies are used giving them individualized instruction, including extended time, peer tutoring and oral and individualized testing.
Organized notebooks according to individualized academic teacher's specifications-
For the Study Skills class, students will need a folder for recording assignments and grades (provided), Pen, Pencils, Highlighters, Notebook paper, and any materials for special class projects.
Students are responsible for monitoring class work, homework, and test scores in their academic and elective classes on JPAMS/Parent Command and to document the completion of their work, as well as grades received on completed work, quizzes, and projects in the appropriate manner in their asginment folder. 2 grades per week will be given for a total of 100 points for the week upon completion of the requirements.
1. Treat others the way that you want to be treated.
2. Be respectful to all others and their property.
3. Use pollite speech and body language.
4. Be on time and on task.
5. Be responsible for your own actions.
6. Abide by all Neville High School rules.
NEVER GIVE UP
ENGAGE IN ALL CLASS ACTIVITIES
VOW TO DO YOUR BEST EVERYDAY
I MUST SUCCEED-THIS IS WHAT YOU MUST SAY TO YOURSELF EVERYDAY
LIVE UP TO YOUR OWN EXPECTATIONS
LEAD THE WAY TO GRADUATION
EXPECT THE BEST FROM YOURSELF
1. Every student should come to class with all the necessary material and be prepared to work.
2. Class begins and ends with the bell. You are to be in your seat when the tardy bell rings. Work on assignments,projects, study for tests or read for AR until the class period is over. Enrichment activities may be done when classwork and homework are complete satisfactorily.
3. Sleeping is not permitted in the classroom.
4. Pencils should be sharpened before the tardy bell rings.
5. No hall passes will be issued during class. Use the bathroom and go to your
locker before class.
6. Keep our classroom clean. All waste paper should be placed in the trash can at the end of the period. All materials used should be returned to their appropriate places.
7. Food and Beverages are not permitted in the classroom.
Student accommodations include but not limited to: oral testing, tests, quizzes, exams, and any other means of evaluation may be taken in the Resource Room, preferred seating in the regular setting, calculator for math, individual and/or small group testing, and extended time on assignments, tests, quizzes, exams and other means of evaluation.
EVERY STUDENT IS EXPECTED TO HAVE A POSITIVE ATTITUDE AND A DESIRE TO LEARN.