Mrs. Shoffner's 7th Grade English Class
Here's some important information regarding E-learning:
- E-learning WILL begin on Monday, August 17th.
- The new virtual learning schedule for 7th Graders is as follows:
A Day remains on Monday and Wednesday
B Day remains on Tuesday and Thursday
|Office Hours||8:00 to 9:00|
|iReady Math/Reading (Level Up Time)||9:00 to 9:50|
|1st Period (71 on your schedule)||10:00 to 11:00|
|2nd Period (72 on your schedule - A or B)||11:05 to 12:05|
|Lunch Break||12:05 to 12:30|
|Independent Reading||12:30 to 1:00|
|3rd Period (73 on your schedule)||1:00 to 2:00|
|4th Period (74 on your schedule)||2:05 to 3:05|
|Office Hours||3:05 to 3:30|
Friday will be used as Focus Friday. This is an opportunity for you to get 1-on-1 help with your teachers or to catch up on missing work. You are also responsible for iReady during the normal time (9:00 to 9:50). Friday is your choice between Math and ELA. iReady will also be used for attendance purposes on Friday.
- Please go to RapidIdentity (Homebase) and click on the RED Canvas icon. Here, you can access all assignments. I will update Canvas regularly and send out announcements to keep families informed of any changes made. Go To Canvas
- Course grades will continue to be entered into PowerSchool each week.
Live Course Info
- Beginning August 20th, live class will be in session from 10:00 A.M.- 11:00 A.M, Monday through Thursday via Canvas Conferencing.
Teacher Contact Info
- My virtual office hours are from 8:00 A.M. - 9:00 A.M. and 3:05 P.M.- 3:30 P.M., Monday through Friday.
- If you have any questions or concerns, e-mail me at Culloml@tcs.k12.nc.us., send a message via Google hangout, or you may schedule a video conference to meet face-to-face online.
Please stay safe and well during this unprecedented time! I am thinking of each and every one of you.
Hi! I am Mrs. Shoffner. I am a 7th grade English/Language Arts teacher.
I graduated from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a B.A. in English.
I hope to share my love of writing and literature with my students!