Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of California at Santa Barbara
Mr. Matthew Kramer
Mr. Kramer has 25 years of teaching experience, kindergarten through adult. When not in the classroom, Mr. Kramer enjoys fishing, reading, and baseball.
1st period, 8:19 - 9:07 = 7th/8th Grade ELA
2nd period, 9:13 - 10:01 = "Prep"
3rd period, 10:07 - 10:55 = 6th Grade ELA
Middle School Lunch 11:01 - 11:49
4th period, 11:55 - 12:43 = 7th/8th Grade ELA
5th period, 12:49 - 1:37 = Algebra
6th period, 1:43 - 2:31 = Digital Literacy
7th period, 2:37 - 3:25 = Post Secondary Preparation
5 -10 pens, one binder (approximately one inch), 7-8 dividers, one composition book,
approximately 100 pages lined paper, highlighters, markers /colored pencils
Students will do their best, have a good attitude, and treat each other kindly and respectfully.
Students will dress appropriately and use appropriate language.
Students will come to class prepared and on time.
Students will turn off phones during class .
Students will turn in work on time.
Grades A (excellent) = 90 - 100% B (good) = 80 - 89% C (satisfactory) = 70 - 79% D (passing) = 60 - 69%
Approximate weighting for English classes
Writing = 25% Tests = 20% Classwork = 15% Binder = 10% Projects = 10%
Independent reading (homework) = 10% Oral presentations = 5% Particpation =5%
In English classes, students are expected to read 750 - 1,000 pages per quarter
Classwork and homework should always be turned in on time.
Late essays earn half credit.
Following an excused absence, students have two days per missed day to make up the assignment or test
Phone number = 660-3393 ext. 310 Email = email@example.com