- Class Dojo
This is the website used for behavior management. Students receive positive points for participation and excellent behavior. They can receive negative or red points for poor behavior.
This is a reading system that I use to supplement the curriculum.
This is the school wide reading intervention system. Each student has a time goal per week. It’s great practice!
- Spelling City
This is a wonderful website that can help studying for a spelling test.
- ABC Ya!
This is a great website that has fun, interactive games that work on a variety of skills.
This website is great for practicing fact fluency.
This website is wonderful for all math related problems. It is game based math practice.
Prattville has been my home since 1998. My husband and I have been married for twenty-seven years and we have five children - four daughters and one son. Four of our children are Prattville High School graduates and our youngest daughter is currently a senior at Prattville High School. I taught school for eleven years before my children were born, then, was blessed to be a "stay-at-home" mom for ten years. I subbed in Autauga County for two years, then returned to teaching full time in Elmore County. After teaching in Elmore County, I accepted a job at Prattville Junior High, where I taught for two years. After teaching at Prattville Junior High, I transferred to Daniel Pratt, where I've been teaching as a resource teacher for five years now. I'm so excited to have students back on campus this semester!
*Bachelor of Science Degree, Special Education, Mississippi State University, 1986
*Mater of Education Degree, Special Education, Mississippi State University, 1988
*Resource teacher - Daniel Pratt Elementary, Autauga County, Al
*Vmath/Resource Teacher - Prattville Junior High, Autauga County, Al
*Self-contained, Multi-need Teacher - Coosada Elementary, Elmore County, Al
*Resource Teacher and Self-contained Teacher - New Hanover County, NC
*Teacher of Orthopedically Handicapped, Self-contained - Charleston County, SC
*Teacher of Developmentally Delayed Preschool Students - West Point, Ms
7:45 - 8:00 Duty in blue hall rotunda.
8:00 - 8:15 Check-in with students.
8:20 - 9:00
9:00 - 9:45
9:45 - 10:35
10:35 - 11:25
11:25 - 11:55 Compliance Paperwork
12:00 - 12:30 Lunch
12:30 - 1:20
1:40 - 2:20
2:25 - 2:35 Student Check-out
2:35 - 3:00 Dismissal
3:00 - 3:45 Late bus duty on designated weeks.
Behavior Management Plan
Students will demonstrate:
Respect, Integrity, Self-control, Effort
*Students following classroom expectations will receive five Skittles, a soft peppermint, or a Tootsie Roll at the end of each class session. Each
student will also receive praise for at least one action or behavior exhibited during the session.
*Students who do not follow classroom expectations will receive the following consequences:
Step 1: Verbal reminder of expectations.
Step 2: Verbal reminder of expectations. Teacher/student conference. Student loses reward for that session.
Step 3: Verbal reminder of expectations. Teacher/student conference. Home contact.
Step 4: Student receives demerit. Demerits are given to the assistant principal.
**Major offenses such as cursing, fighting, vandalism, or endangerment of self/others will receive immediate home contact and referral to administration.
***Students will earn trips to the treasure box for completion of modules in Vmath and accumulation of quiz points in System 44. As students complete their software topics, they will earn stars for their charts.