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This is my third year teaching 6th grade Math at Richview Middle School. After completing my graduate degree in Elementary Education at Troy State University, I taught elementary school for 12 incredible years in Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee. My husband and I have two wonderful daughters, Baylee and Erin. I am looking forward to a great year at Richview Middle School!
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931-648-5620

Welcome to 6th Grade!

Please bring your computer, a backpack, a notepad, and pencil/pen with you on Monday, August 31st.  This day will be a mini Jumpstart to familiarize all 6th graders with Richview Middle School.  Dismissal will be at 10:45.  6th grade car riders may be picked up in the front of the school.

I am looking forward to a great year!

  1. Respect yourself, the teacher, and others
  • Respect others’ property. Avoid touching or writing on anything that does not belong to you (including desks, textbooks, teacher’s belongings, walls, chalkboard, etc.). Don’t expect that others will clean-up your messes. Please pick-up after yourself.
  • Respect yourself and the rest of us by using appropriate language.
  • Be a KIND person.

 

  1. Put forth your best effort at all times
  • Always do your own best work.
  • Put quality ahead of just getting it done.

 

  1. Be prepared for class each day
  • Come prepared with all materials necessary: binder, paper, pencils, pens, planner, highlighter.

 

  1. Follow directions when given
  • When directions are given, do your best to follow them the first time. If you are confused or have questions, ask.

 

  1. Pay attention, participate, and ask questions
  • Engage in what is going on in the classroom. If you have a question, ask it! There are no silly questions, and chances are, if you are wondering about it, someone else in the class is too.

 

  1. Preserve a positive learning environment
  • Student actions that interfere with teaching or learning in the classroom will NOT be tolerated.
  • Minimize classroom interruptions by arriving to class on time and not leaving the classroom during the hour.

 

  1. Take responsibility for your actions.
  • Take responsibility for missed assignments.
  • All handbook rules will be enforced.
  • If you are confronted about a rule infraction, own up to it. Don’t deny it, lie about it, or blame someone else.