Hello Parents & Students,
Welcome back to learning!
Attention please note important information:
Marion County Public Schools may record online classroom sessions utilizing third-party platforms (Microsofft Teams, Google Classroom, etc.). These recordings will only be used for educational purposes and may be shared on other learning platforms.
Parents the district provided instructions via videos on the www.marionschools.net hompage to assist you and your student navigate the platforms that will be used for their online classes. Please make sure your student use their district (MCPS) portal to access these platforms and use their MCPS email accounts if they have questions or concerns regarding their assignments. If you need further assistance please see the PDF version of instructions for Microsoft Teams by clicking here. Should you encounter issues with online platforms please call the help desk at 352-867-2100.
ON THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL 8/24/20 and every school day thereafter, your student should be following our school's bell schedule all day in which they will log into their portal, go to Microsoft Teams through their Office 365 tile, choose the team for their teacher and period and follow the instructions. My online class is first period. This means your student should be logged in at 9:15am no later than 9:20am.
Again if you have any questions feel free to contact me via the information listed on the homepage as my contact information..
Thank you and have a great day!
Ms. C. Wise
Language Arts Grade 6
Dunnellon Middle School, an AVID School
Click on STORY ELEMENTS NOTES to see a copy.
Click on Language Arts Reference Sheets to find helpful sheets of information on Fiction/NF elements, Writing Rubrics, Citing Evidence, Checking for Plagarism, and Editing info.
Please click on Our Power Words to learn and get familiar with them because understanding these words will help you comprehend any story and help you when answering most questions!
INDEPENDENT READING FORMS (to help with comprehension as you read independently)