Khoa h?c K-8
All classroom learning will be done through Google Classroom. Students must use their St. Paul emails to access their classroom.
Monday-Thursday 9:30am- 1pm
Zoom Meetings Friday: 5th 9am, 6th 10am, 7th 11am, 8th noon
Hello Students and Parents,
In order to make the best of our online learning, I am going to set up Office Hours where I will be at my computer, able to answer questions or video chat if need be. The half-hour or so leading up to this I will be answering emails from the previous evening (just so you know when you can expect to hear from me). I also have the Google Classroom app on my phone so if students have questions outside of Office Hours, I will respond as I am able. My hope is this will keep us all on a regular schedule. If you are unable to meet these hours but would like to chat with me, I would be happy to set up a conference call upon request.
To clarify, students are NOT required to be online at this time, however I will be available if questions come up! As homework starts being assigned, students will be able to private message me through the assignment with their questions.
Along with Office Hours, I will begin sending out assignments (via Google Classroom) on Monday at 9am that will be due on Friday at 3pm (after Office Hours so students can ask any final questions). Students can submit their homework directly in the assignment on Google Classroom.
Along with this, I will be holding weekly Zoom meetings on Fridays with middle school students to address any misconceptions I see on their homework as well as answer any of their questions.
My email is at the bottom of this page if you need to contact me!
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Earth Day: April 22nd
Meet the Teacher
Science Specialist K-8
B.A.E. in Elementary Education/Science, Western Washington University
April is excited to take on her first job as a full-time teacher at St. Paul. With a passion for science, she hopes to encourage students to engage with their wonders about the world. While supporting academic success, she also strives for students to grow in their personal lives and as members of a community.
"Outside of school, I like going on walks with my dad around Seattle, always with a Starbucks in hand, and crafting with my mom. Evenings I like to watch cheesy movies and tv, or just hang out with friends. I spend summers working at an overnight camp where I get to do my favorite outdoor activity: kayaking. I love all things Disney and my favorite area of science is Marine Biology."