Learning Resources

  • By working together, we can create a successful learning environment for students at school and at home. Here are some highlights of what's happening in our classroom.


    Any classwork that is not completed can be taken home and turned in the next day.  If your child is absent, I like to have work made up within a week to keep the grade book up to date.  However, if there is a ong term illness or a health plan in place, that will be followed.

    It is the responsibility of each student to work towards improvement of his or her grade. Students will receive letter grades in the subject area this year and also an outstanding (O); satisfactory (S); progressing (P); or needs improvement (N) in skill areas of each subject. Here is the scoring reference:
     A    100-90   B    89-80  C    79-70   D    69-60 F    59-50 
    If your student has not met a score of 70% or better on a graded assignment or tests, it should be redone. I give students chances on most assignments to reach a score of 70% as I will have them redo if there is class time and if not I may send them home.
    Classroom Expectations
    I would encourage parents/guardians to look up Whole Brain Teaching on the internet or watch teaching videos to gain a better understanding of how this management system works in the classroom.  Also, I will be helping students to continue having a positive attitutde when it comes to learning through growth mindset principles.  
    Whole Brain Classroom Rules
    1.  Follow directions quickly.
    2.  Raise your hand for permission to speak.
    3.  Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat.
    4.  Make smart choices.
    5.  Keep your dear learning community happy.

    Educational Websites



    Khan Academy



    newsela (non-fiction articles)

    readworks (non-fiction articles)

    Presentation tools


    google slides

    google docs



    Report Cards-Family Access
    Secondary school report cards are available at the end of each grading period and students are assessed in accordance with Oak Harbor Public Schools board policy.  Account information is provided to each family by the school office at the start of the school year. Talk to your school office about Family Access or learn more here.




  • Classroom 
    iReady - Lessons (Math and Reading)
    Prodigy (Math Games)
    Wonderopolis - Can be used for Science or passion projects and research
    Khan Academy - Provides Math tutorials and Practice
    Newsela - Can be used for Science or passion projects and research
    Read works - Can be used for Science or passion projects and research
    mathsisfun - Useful for studying math concepts and practice
    flipgrid - Can be used to make videos for assignments/projects
    edpuzzle - Can be used to make videos for assignments/projects
    screencastify - Can be used to make videos for assignments/projects
    math antics - Can be used to continue learning at home on different math concepts. Math antics is on Youtube.

    National Geographic Kids 

    Educational Games, Videos & More