Welcome to McCullough JHS!       


Tutoring
1.  Tutoring every day at 8:05 in the morning except on Friday, and also during Advisory. However, students MUST let me know if they plan on coming in for tutorials. I sometimes have meetings before school that prevent me from being in my classroom.
Disclaimer
1.  If you are absent, it is your responsibility to check the absence folder upon your return. What I say in class overrides everything on this website! Not all assignments are posted. Extracurricular activities should NEVER be an excuse for incomplete assignments. Those activities are extra, meaning school work is the priority.
2.  I usually update my website once or twice a week, and not always on the same day. The assignments and due dates I have posted are a GUIDELINE, not an absolute. I will adjust the pace and content of my weekly curriculum as needed to meet the needs of my students. Students are responsible for copying down the planner information daily in order to have the most updated information. Thanks!

Late Policy

Daily work is not accepted late. Work is considered late if it is not turned in when the teacher asks for it in class. Quizzes and tests must either be taken prior to an absence or on the first date of return from an absence unless (under special circumstances of extended absence) special arrangements are made with the teacher. Major assignments will be accepted late under the following guidelines:All major projects are due on the Monday of the assigned week. Projects will be accepted without penalty through Friday of the same week. Should a project be turned in after Friday of the week it is due, 10 points will be subtracted for each day late - down to the grade of a zero. This would include a student being absent on the Friday at the end of the week the project was due, whether or not the absence is excused or unexcused.




McCullough Junior High School
Brittany Youngblood
7th Grade Pre-AP Language Arts
Conference Time:  
Red Day: 12:15-1:45
Green Day: 12:15-1:45

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Novels needed for in class study are as follows:
1. The Outsiders By: S.E. Hinton
2. Walk Two Moons By: Sharon Creech
3. The Glory Field By: Walter Dean Myers
4. A Midsummer Night's Dream By: William Shakespeare
































 
 

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