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Mrs. Jennifer Knight


     My name is Jennifer Knight, and I teach eighth-grade Language Arts at Davidson. I have been married to a wonderful man for twenty-nine years, and we have two sons. We also have three dogs and a cat! I have a tremendous passion for the written word, and I love conversing with others about meaningful literature. Also, I love all things Georgia and Georgia Bulldogs, and I collect unusual pens!

     I earned my bachelor's and master's degrees from Augusta University, and this year will begin my thirtieth in the classroom.  I have taught all high school ELA grades and levels, including AP Literature and Composition, in Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. I also taught French I, SAT Prep, Yearbook, Creative Writing, and Credit Recovery classes. Additionally, I have been a Teacher of the Year, a Rock Hill Distinguished Climber, a Senior Project Coordinator, a yearbook sponsor, a graduation coordinator, and a club sponsor.

     This year, I will be teaching Study Skills and eighth-grade Language Arts. I also co-sponsor the Senior Class High School Student Council. I host tutoring Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:00 pm, and Wednesdays, 7:50-8:20 am.

     I look forward to a wonderful year with you! Please feel free to contact me if I can help in any way.


Daily Schedule:


1A=Study Skills, 6th

1B=Study Skills, 6th


3rd=8th-grade ELA

4th=8th-grade ELA


6th=8th-grade ELA

7th=8th-grade ELA





Canvas information-Students access Canvas through Launch Pad

    Nuggets for Success in Mrs. Knight's class:

    1) Check Canvas daily and work ahead where possible. Canvas is updated weekly and every time something changes. It is extremely helpful if you check for upcoming quiz, test, and project dates. That way, you can work and study ahead and not leave a lot of homework for the night before something is due. 

    2) Maintain effective communication with Mrs. Knight. Email or send a Canvas text (see #4) with any questions you have about an assignment or upcoming quiz or test. Emailing about current or upcoming absences is helpful, too. 

    3) Check your Infinite Campus every one to two days. Knowing where you are with your class average on a regular basis can help you maintain or improve your average. Additionally, you can check for missing work.

    4) Download the Canvas Communication App. There is an app for students and an app for parents/guardians. It is helpful to download the apps for communication purposes. I send out valuable text reminders and communication all year. You can also text me with questions using the app.

    5)  Attend tutoring. Any time you are encountering something in class that you struggle with, it is a good idea to attend tutoring with Mrs. Knight. My tutoring hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:15, or by appointment. I also help with study skills, organization, time management, etc. Be prepared to let me know what you need help with upon your arrival. You are welcome to use the time to work, read, get caught up, etc, or we can work together.

    6)  Be proactive about makeup work when absent. Check Canvas, email me, or speak to me before or after class or school for missing work.

    7) Maintain your class agenda. Having a list of tasks to check off at home each night is helpful as you work on homework and upcoming assignments.

    8) Turn in missing work quickly. Any time you miss turning in an assignment, take the time to get it done and submit it to Mrs. Knight with a late form.

    9)  BE PROACTIVE, NOT REACTIVE! This important philosophy makes for successful academic performance in a class.