Welcome to English Class!
English 11 and English 101
926-1720 ext. 2106
Genius without education
is like silver in the mine.
Attend Open Skates at Orchard Park
Present your Lit Club Skate Card
to earn our club and school credit.
Pick up your card in room 106
Valentine's Day Poetry Contest Winners
Enjoy The Literacy Club's
Special Edition, February 14, 2022
"Frontier's Favorite Recipes"
is available for $8. Contact Mrs. Blood
if you would like a copy.
Select T-Shirts are still available.
Contact Mrs. Blood if interested.
You may sponsor a wreath for a Fallen Soldier at any time in the year.
Current purchases will apply for the next holiday season.
The Literacy Club hosted a Spring Fling Book Share (Speed Dating Style) 2020
Jamie, one of the Literacy Club's officers wears her "got literacy t-shirt at the Spring Fling Book Share
Happy Valentine's 2020
Emily exchanges a Secret Valentine's Day Gift with Alynna
English 101, 2020
Happy Valentine's Day, 2020
James receives a book from his secret valentine. 2020
Madison receives a book from her secret valentine. 2020
The Pirates came out for the Trunk or Treat hosted by the Literacy Club-2020
The wee ones walked the plank to reach a book.
Literacy Club members set up for Trunk or Treat
and won 2nd place for their car decorations.
The Literacy Club gave over 100 books
to students at the Trunk or Treat
Students are busy using Google Chrome Books to complete a task in class. 2020
Students complete a task using Google Forms on new Google Chrome Books. 2020
English 101 students presented their research at Fredonia College during the Living History Day Event 2019
An actor stands with English 101 students, as she debates Susan B. Anthony about the women's right to vote. 2019
Students play an Early American game of Cricket after their research presentations. 2019
Students learn how to make butter as explained by Mama Butter (Mrs. Hawkins) 2019
English 101 students who attended the Fredonia College Living History Day field trip stand together after they completed their research presentations. Students holding certificates presented their research assignment. 2019