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7th Grade English Teachers

McCamey, Michelle
7th Grade English Teacher
Shannon, Casey
English 7/8 Teacher
Wallace, Mark
7th Grade English Teacher

Welcome to 7th Grade English

Classroom Expectations

In English , we expect ALL students to come to class on time, ready and willing to work hard, wanting to learn and prepared with all necessary materials along with a positive attitude. 

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7th Grade Assignment Calendar


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Homework Policy

Homework should take approximately 20-30 minutes a night depending on the assignment.  Homework is vital in helping students to prepare for upcoming lessons, practice important skills, reinforce understanding of concepts, and to teach responsibility and good study habits.  We encourage all students to budget their time appropriately and to complete unfinished work daily so that they don't fall behind during the week.  Assignments are considered late when turned in after the assignment has been collected.  Last assignments may be accepted, but for greatly reduce credit.