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Mrs. Quayle's Bio
Amy Quayle was born and raised in the small farming community of Manchester, Michigan, where her father was the high school Athletic Director and Varsity football coach. In 1999, Amy graduated from Manchester High School, and proceeded on to Albion College where she would graduate with a double major in English and Economics in 2003. During her junior year of college, Amy began coaching Junior Varsity softball, and realized that her true passion was teaching. So, after graduating from Albion in 2003, Amy pursued her teaching degree at Eastern Michigan University. In May 2005, Amy completed her educational courses and her student teaching, and then graduated with her certification in secondary education. After moving to the Grand Blanc area, Amy began her teaching career, and has currently been teaching for 5 years. In June of 2007, Amy married her husband Brett Quayle, and in May of 2009 there first child was born; a son named Christopher. Amy, currently teachs ELA 10, as well as Literature & Modern Media. Her extra curricular activities include being the Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach, the Assistant Varsity Softball Coach, mentoring, and being a Co-Sponsor for Clarkston High School's Blue and Gold Club.
ELA 10: 1st Hour & 4th Hour & Literature and Modern Media: 3rd Hour & 5th Hour Conference Hour: 2nd Email Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
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What's Going on in Class? Check it Out!
Click on the ELA10 or Literature & Modern Media Links
Located under the Contact Form
ELA10 Weekly Calendars & Syllabus are provided under the ELA10 Link
Literature and Modern Media Weekly Calendars & Syllabus are provided under the Lit & Media Link
Materials Needed for Mrs. Q's Class
1. A folder to keep all handouts, notes, and assignments for this class only
2. A portfolio with dividers to keep the portfolio organized
3. A writer's notebook-this should be a separate spiral or composition notebook 3-5 subjects
4. Student planner
5. Paper and writing utensils 6. A flash drive "if possible" to make sure work is saved and backed up