Welcome to the MoID Class.Welcome to High School! My name is Ms. Dennis. I am excited to be your student's Special Education teacher this year.Let me tell you a little about my background. I've been teaching and been in the Richmond County School System for 5 years. I attended Augusta University and received my Bachelor's in Special Education. My goal is to create and foster a safe learning environment for your student. I take pride in watching your student learn and grow.
I am looking forward to working with you this year in ensuring your student has a wonderful and successful school year. Open communication and collaboration is key. Please feel free to contact me via email, note, or cell.The purpose and mission of this class is to prepare the students for life after high school. I will create lessons and activities that will allow each student to work on Individualized Goals and Objectives while providing access to adapted materials from the regular education curriculum. Basic academic skills, self-help skills, social skills, survival necessities and vocational issued are emphasized. Self-esteem along with the ability of all individuals to contribute to our society is another major focus. Every day, we work hard to increase each student’s independence.
The main objective for the MOID class is to integrate grade level standards into functional skills. Emphasis will be placed on successful completion of a portfolio for Georgia Alternative Assessment (GAA). Grade appropriate activities for all subjects will be used. Extra help is available everyday through one-on-one help from a teacher or paraprofessional until a concept is mastered. Work completion is greatly encouraged.
Here's to a great year,
Ms. Teresa RaleyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgGrade(s): 9-12 MoIDSubject(s): Sciences, Mathematics, Individuals and Societies (Social Studies), Literature, Community Based Vocational Instruction.