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ELA/ELD COACH

Butler, Tami
Teacher

6TH GRADE ENGLISH

Adcock, Shannon
Teacher
Burchmore, Thomas
Teacher
Dean, Laura
Teacher
Gayton, Mariana
Teacher
Gutierrez, Aime
6th grade ELA/SS Teacher
Kruk, Andrew
Teacher
Martindale, Jessica
6th Grade Teacher
Snavely, Ann
Teacher

7TH GRADE ENGLISH

Kellmer, Michaeline
Teacher
Peabody, Lynne
Teacher
Watkins, Amy
Teacher

8TH GRADE ENGLISH

Kernc, Kristrine
Teacher
Lane, Steven
Teacher
Mills, Jaynelain
Teacher
Torrey, Sarah
Teacher

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT

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CAASPP WEEKLY CHALLENGE - NEW AT JEHUE!!

Test 3.pngStudents…last Monday, we began doing a Question of the Week as a part of our CAASPP Challenge. One CAASPP Question will be posted all around campus for you to have a chance to answer. Come to the back office and fill out an answer slip and place it in the drop box. On Fridays, we will do a drawing for those who have submitted an answer and got it correct. The student names that are drawn will be called up during Friday announcements to come and select a prize just like we do for our attendance students. Come to the back office before or after school, or during your lunch time, to complete an answer slip and be entered into the drawing.

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WORD OF THE WEEK

The word of the week is persevere. It means to persist steadily in an action or belief, usually over a long period and especially despite problems or difficulties.

JEHUE WORD OF THE WEEK

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The word of the week is frivolous. It means "lacking in intellectual substance and not worth serious consideration." Thank you for your participation and don’t forget; if you use the word correctly in a sentence, you can earn an opportunity for a Front of the Lunch Line pass.