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I am very excited to begin what will surely be an unforgettable adventure this school year. I promise to keep this site short and sweet and post only information most pertinent to you. Below you will find a calendar of upcoming events. If you are a Google Calendar user, you can add this to your calendars by clicking the plus (+) sign in the lower right corner of the calendar. This will keep you posted on all upcoming events.
I am readily available to address any of your questions/concerns. Please do not hesitate to contact me. Just click the link on the top left and I will respond with promptness. (
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Click on an event below to see more details.
BLUE events are classroom assignments. Pink events are Dugan and District events.
Homework assignments will specifically say "Homework."
Click on the "more details" link to access Google Classroom for additional materials. 

Recent Posts

Attack of the Mummy

A group of students created this green screen video. They were tasked with incorporating basic story elements: characters, setting, problem and solution. It was around Halloween time, so we used pumpkins as characters.

Duck Tape

Had this idea of outsourcing projects to older students in the school. In this video, our special guest, Miss Katie, taught us how to make Duck Tape wallets.

Winter Shenanigans

Playing around with the green screen for the holidays. Students wrote what they like to do in the winter time. Then, they performed in front of the camera.


We've been investigating modern technological marvels. Students brainstorm ideas of things they want to learn about. We take a vote to determine what we will learn each week. This week's winner was skyscrapers. Students learned the history of skyscrapers, famous skyscrapers, and about elevators. Each day, students participated in a design challenge. We used straws and straw connectors (printed from our 3D printer) to design and build.