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Welcome--Academic Year 21-22

Thank you for visiting my homepage!  I am so happy to be back on campus right at the start of this new school year, and as I have in the past, I will be teaching several seventh and eighth-grade classes.  I am sharing the 8B Homeroom teacher duties with my colleague and friend, Rita Hulsman.  Each of us will be in the building four days per week, and we will be coordinating all of our lesson plans and co-teaching some classes.


In addition to my shared homeroom teacher duties, I will be teaching high school algebra (eighth grade), ELA (eighth grade), religion (seventh grade), and Washington state history (seventh grade).  


I use Google Classroom to post specific assignments and projects and to provide reference materials related to my students’ assigned work. I use the website you are viewing now to post information of a more general nature, such as links to sites that students may find useful for the long term, my classroom policies and course objectives, and some parent resources, such as links to useful and interesting websites.


If you have questions about any of the information on this site, please reach out! My email address is





Subscribing to Teacher and Class Pages

This short video will demonstrate how to subscribe to a teacher page on the school website as well as how to subscribe to all of your child's Google Classroom pages through the school website. Doing this will enable you to receive updates about your child's assignments and what is expected of them for the assignment.

Parent Tips for Managing Distance Learning

How to manage your children's distance learning and not lose your sanity or your own job.

Google Classroom for Students: Materials, Questions, Assignments (6m12s)

This video is geared toward students in grades 5-8, but parents and teachers who are new to Classroom may also find it helpful to watch this video to gain an understanding of the three most common things teachers post on Classroom.

Google Classroom for Students & Parents (4m18s)

This video doesn't get into the differences among assignments, questions, and materials. Instead, the focus is on how students can navigate Classroom efficiently. Short and sweet with easy-to-follow demonstrations of how to get to Classroom with the "waffle;" how students can see what assignments they have completed, what assignments are past due, and what due dates are coming up; and a couple different ways students can submit assignments.