Mrs. Diane Ouellette » Welcome to Mrs. Ouellette's English Class!

Welcome to Mrs. Ouellette's English Class!

Courses: 9th Grade English and 12th Grade English
English Instructor: Mrs. Ouellette
Office Hours: 2:15-3:00 Tuesdays and Thursdays
(480) 882- 3540 ext 7487
About me:
I have been married for 19 years to my husband, Bob. We have a wonderful daughter, Claire, who will be a sophomore this year at Combs.
I have a BA in English from Siena Heights University and a MA E.D. in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Grand Canyon University. This is my 24th year in teaching. I love teaching English: literature, grammar, and writing! My favorite book is The Giver by Lois Lowry.
Writing and reading is very important in your everyday life. Everything we look at: signs, newspapers, books all require us to read. We will improve our skills this year and enjoy some great books while we learn. We will also learn to write, and speak with good grammar and style.
Feel free to contact me at anytime during the day. If you have an urgent need, please, email me as I will be able to check my inbox throughout the day and email is the best way to reach me.
I usually stay late, so please talk to me if you need help!
Synergy's StudentVUE and ParentVUE: Parents and students have access to grades, homework, and other great features If you don't have access to this, please email me, and we will set you up. Email me
Google Classroom: Students will be able to complete online work through this portal. All work is located in Google Classroom.
Codes for students: Please email me for codes. 
To get into Google Classroom, the site is 
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