Class Information

  • Mrs. Heydt's
    Classroom Information!

    In this course, students explore a variety of reading materials used to expand reading and research skills, comprehension, and interest.  They are exposed to reading strategies that promote best practices as well as established philosophies.  In order to solidify these critical reading skills and grow as independent readers, this course provides opportunities for students to practice literacy skills and strategies in conjunction with developing writing skills. Students are also offered opportunities to participate in independent and collaborative interest driven research projects.    

    Please view the attached Syllabus for detailed course information.



    • Post-It Notes         
    • Pens/Pencils
    • Highlighters
    • Agenda (provided by the school)

    This course is based on a total points system. Grades are updated frequently on Sapphire. If there are ever any questions or concerns in regard to grades please feel free to contact me.

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