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Welcome to the Learning Center

Welcome Back!
 
I hope you had a fun and relaxing summer.  The vacation just flew by! I'm looking forward to seeing all of you again. Back to School Night is August 28 and I'll be in my classroom from 7:30-8:15. Please feel free to come by and say hello. I can answer any questions you may have related to services and homework. Hope to see you then!
 
 
 
 

Be sure to check back on this page periodically for updates and links that will keep you informed about your student's homework, access to technology, links, and other important information.
 

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NESSY Login Take 2

So if you're trying to Log In to Nessy and having any difficulty because someone, didn't do her homework, here is the correct path.
1) Click Log In
2) Type the Secret Code FlimsyHound
3) Type your student's first and last name (ex. Jean Bevel). Their name should pop up.
4) Their Nessy Name is their first and last name with no spaces (ex. JeanBevel)
5)They have access to Reading and Spelling from now until May 26th.

Chapter 7 of There's a Boy In the Girl's Bathroom

I finish reading chapter 7 where Jeff confides to Carla during his first meeting with the school counselor that he accidentally went into the wrong bathroom. He learns that Carla will be meeting with Bradley as well.

DISTANCE LEARNING OFFICE HOURS

My Office Hours: Monday-Friday 1:00-2:00

I've added a new page to this website to help you find all the resources you may need/want to continue working from home.

Happy Holidays!

 

I'm not sure how we find ourselves in December already! Time flies when you're learning. We've started the year with a bang, and now it's time for a well deserved rest. I wish you all a joyous holiday celebration!
 
With warmest wishes,
Mrs. Bevel

What is Dyslexia

This video was a recommended link in the December volume of The Examiner, the journal published by The International Dyslexia Association. It's always empowering when we see our learning difference as unique gifts that can contribute positively to our world.