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Blizzard Bag Update 3/22/2019


Students, we will be using the Academic Support Blizzard Bag inventory form that we used the previous Blizzard Bag. I have shared with you all, the document electronically in case you do not have an extra copy. Just a reminder, an inventory form should be completed for EVERY class that you attend. You do not need to do one for Academic Support. I will have my email open today so if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Questions can be about this class or any Blizzard Bag assignment you are working on! 

Please fill this out AFTER you worked on your other Blizzard Bag assignments! 

 

My name is Andrew Moffett and I am the High School Mohawk Supported Classroom (MSC) Teacher. The MSC program provides students of all varying emotional, social and academic needs with a therapeutic environment to best access their academic curriculum. Here at MSC we support students both inside and outside of the classroom as well as provide a "home base" for students to check-in, learn about school and community events, and have a built-in support group. You may find us in the classroom, taking notes, assisting teachers and students with projects or circulating the building. You may find us teaching our own classes or co-teaching with general education teachers. We want our presence to be felt around the building and school community.  

A Little Bit About Me - 

I graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2010, 2013 and in 2016. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, a Master's Degree in Special Education and an Education Specialist Degree in Special Education with a specific focus on school administration. This is my third full year at Mohawk and my seventh overall in the public schools system. I also serve as Co-Advisor for the Class of 2020. 

We are truly lucky to be joined this year by our new clinician Sari Pace. She has and will continue to be a wonderful resource for our staff and students.  

We are also happy to welcome back Leigh Bernard, Maura Crossman, Michelle Larocque and Jake Mazanec as our paraprofessional support staff.

We look forward to another rewarding year together!

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