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    Dear Parents and Students!


    I am super excited about starting this awesome school year!  Welcome to Corbett Junior High th Grade ELA.  This is going to be a challenging, yet fun year in ELA.  I will be spending some time getting everything together, but I would appreciate any suggestions along the way.  There are many areas to the website that I know you will find great value in visiting.  I will constantly update the website, as I find materials that will be of interest to students and parents.  My goal is to make the website not just a tool for me, but also to connect with parents and students.  I am looking forward to getting to know each and every one of you and your parents!  

    About Me:

    I was raised in Georgia, but I have quite a diverse background in teaching and administration.  After I completed my Bachelor's degree in English, I began teaching middle school in Georgia.  Eventually, My family and I decided to move to Omaha, Nebraska, where I taught middle school and completed two Master's degrees.  After several years, I moved back to Atlanta.  As a USAF Veteran, my husband's career transferred us to San Antonio, Texas in 2012.  As a blended family, we have 5 sons: two live in Atlanta and three are in Omaha, Nebraska.

    Thank you for sharing your children with me, and I am excited about opening up a wonderful world of learning with each and every one of them.

    Please feel free to contact me at and or Remind 101.


    Have An Awesome Year,


    Mrs. Richardson


     Please see the information below:


                                         What is Remind 101 and Google Classroom?

    This is a very easy way to get text messages from the teacher to the parent or student!  Text messages include reminders from the teacher about assignments or projects! Through google classroom, you can access online assignments.

    How do I sign up?

    Remind Texts:

     Honors ELA:  Text:  81010   message:  @grich02

    On Level ELA:  Text:  81010   message: @grich01


    Google Class Codes
    Student schedules will be available Monday afternoon, August 10, so after that, students can join the Google Classroom based on their class period with me.
    Google Classroom: (use your SCHOOL GOOGLE ACCOUNT)

    On Level 2nd period: Class Code:  2bxv4ri

    On Level 3rd period: Class Code:   uo35ons

    Honors 4th period:  Class Code:    oafgszv

    On Level 5th period: Class Code:  af3xxu6

    Honors 6th period: Class Code:     xszyhi3

    On Level 7th period: Class Code:  2f4aaqd



    English Language Art:

    1 pocket folder

    2 composition notebook (One for Reading and One for Writing)

    1 package of wide ruled notebook paper

    1 highlighter

    sharpened pencils (enough for the entire year)



    glue sticks (preferably 6 glue sticks or small bottle of glue)

    red pens

    colored pencils

    small pencil sharpener with lid

    small personal sized package of Kleenex

     Required Novel    supplies

    • August 17th, all students will be required to have a novel of their own to read. Your novel selection needs to be FICTION. Find a novel that is engaging, interesting, and on your level. Please make sure your novel is not a picture book, not a graphic novel, has 100 pages or more, one you have not read before, and is age and grade appropriate.

      Typically, teachers would take students to the school library or allow them to use the teacher's classroom library. With the unfortunate current situation, teachers will not be able to do this, so students will need to obtain his/her own novel. This will be used with classroom instruction. This is separate from any summer reading.

      Please remember to make good choices so that we do not have to change your book selection. We look forward to meeting you soon!


      Honors ELA:  Text:  81010   message:  @grich02

      On Level ELA:  Text:  81010   message: @grich01


      My Schedule (First 3 Weeks of Remote Learning)


      7:45-8:30:  Prep for the Day (lessons for students ready by 8 AM, attendance tracking, respond to emails/messages):

      8:30-8:45:  Available for Honor students on Zoom

      9:15-9:30:  Available for On Level students on Zoom

      10-11:15:      PLC Lesson Development Planning/Meetings

      11:15-12:30:  Lunch and Conference time

      12:30-1:30:  Lesson Planning/Campus Trainings/Professional Development

      1:30-2:00:  Available for Honors students on Zoom

      2:15-3:00:  Available for On Level student on Zoom

      3:00-3:45:  Prep for next day (prepare lesson for next day, attendance tracking; respond to emails/messages, grading, student conferencing)









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