Degrees and Certifications:

BA Elementary Education -Certification in Grades 5-8 English Language Arts MA of Education - Certification in Special Education - Certification in Reading Specialist

Mrs. Adamski



2020 -2021 SCHOOL YEAR

Welcome to 8th grade English Language Arts! It’s hard to believe, but it's that time of the year again ~ the beginning of a new school year. The beginning of the year is a wonderful and exciting  time.This year will be VERY different from any other year due to COVID-19. Although we will not be physically together until at least January 19th, I know we will still get many opportunities to learn, share, connect, and create meaningful relationships. This year, we will be combing reading comprehension with grammar and writing skills. There will be several short stories, playwrights, poems, and novels. We will also read several nonfiction texts that supplement our regular readings. Our goal for the year is to use our newly developed writing skills to interpret and analyze literature. The year will be broken down into “units.”

What is remote learning? This occurs when the learner and instructor, or source of information, are separated by time and distance and therefore cannot meet in a traditional classroom setting. Learning will be done at home through online instruction. 

Why implement remote learning? Remote learning is implemented so that education can continue without having to add on days at the end of the year AND/OR take away vacation days. This DOES count toward the 180 days that the state requires all students to be in school. 

As a student, what are my responsibilities?

-log onto Google Meet on time

-be an active participant in Google Meet classes

-read all  daily announcemenments in Classroom

-complete all assignments in Google Classroom

-Reminds will be sent out  as well (please join the app if you have not already - this is another form of communication - PARENTS CAN JOIN, too) 

As a parent, what are my responsibilities?

-MOTIVATE TOWARD SUCCESS: encourage and support your child to complete their responsibilities each and every weekday 

-DEVICE USAGE: allow your child to use an at-home device for support for a portion of the day (laptop, desktop, tablet, etc.)

-STAY INVOLVED: talk with your child (ask how they are doing, if they need support, if they are on track or behind, etc.)

-CREATE A COMFORTABLE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: provide the necessary equipment, create a distraction-free zone, etc.