Welcome to my teacher page! Please click on the individual class pages at the top for class documents and resources.
I was born and raised in the Middle East, but I would consider myself a native of Mississauga, Ontario. I have a Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree with a Specialization in Catholic Studies & Psychology as well as a Bachelor of Education from the University of Western Ontario. This will be my tenth year teaching at JP2. I am thrilled to be teaching grade 8 & 9 Religion as well as grade 7 & 8 Social Studies. For more information, click HERE. Feel free to contact me by phone or email.
NOTES: All of my notes are electronic, but they are not posted online. If your child is missing notes, or if you know that they will be missing more than 2 days of school (vacation, illness etc) please let me know and I can email you the notes for that chapter
QUIZLET: this will be a very helpful tool for reviewing information for each unit. Your child can use the APP on their smartphone/tablet, or use the webpage to review flashcards, to play review games, to test their knowledge etc. Instructions for accessing Quizlet can be found on the HW page of your child's class.
GOOGLE CLASSROOM: this is mainly for the students to access their assignment and work on them using templates that have already been created by me. I will usually attach instructions, a marking rubric and examplars to the actual assignment as well as the template they will need to work on & submit.
HOMEWORK SITE: This site is mainly for parents, and will have information on assignments and upcoming tests along with due dates & test dates.
REMIND: This is a reminder service that allows me to send a text reminder to students about upcoming events, tests & assignment due dates without sharing phone numbers. The instructions for setting up REMIND on your child’s or your phone can be found on the HW page of your child's class.
“None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we all can do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful.” -St. Teresa of Calcutta