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English Language Arts

School Wide Learning Expectation
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Staff
Janice Tingle, Language Arts Curriculum Coordinator, K-12
Jennifer Hamilton, Dean of ELA Curriculum and Program, 9-12

Teachers: Meighan Bannon, Lynette Bell, Tina Marie Brunetto, Patricia Cronin, Amanda Hughes, Diane Elinskas, Teri Fallon, Thomas Goldman, Jennifer Hogue, Michael Jordan, Steve Jordan, Kristen Kelley, Natasha Labaze, Michelle Li, Ariel Maloney, Steve Matteo, Annan Montgomery, Tony Porreca, Kimberly Parker, Maria Szabo, Carrie Salvato, Jennifer Sarmiento, Tanya Trayer, Nicole Turick, Wambui
Githiora- Updike, Marya Wegman, Annie Wilhemy

Policies
In grade 9 students will take English 9. This course is required for graduation and is offered at the College Preparatory & Honors level. At the end of semester 1 students may move up from CP to Honors based upon a teachers recommendation.

In grade 10 students will take English 10. This course is required for graduation and is offered at the College Preparatory and Honors level. The English department strongly encourages honors tenth graders seeking to take a second English class to take an ELA elective, before taking English 11 Honors. Students may choose to select an Honors Prep section of CP English 10 in semester 1, that prepares students for the skills and expectations of HN English 10 before transitioning into HN English 10 in the second semester. Students must have recommendations from both their teacher AND guidance counselor. At the end of semester 1 students may move up from CP to Honors based upon a teachers recommendation.