Please take note: due to serious funding deficits, we have had to make some drastic changes to our ESS program. There will be no enhanced learning this school year. ESS will continue as long as the budget provides for it. At this time, these are the dates for the English ESS sessions:
It’s that time of year again. I’m currently busily updating all of the various sections of my website with information for the 2017-2018 school year. As a result, things may be a bit difficult to locate as I play around with settings. Remember that you can always use the SEARCH bar (at the TOP RIGHT of the page) to look for something specific.
I have updated the supply list and policies page for 2017-2018. I am working on the category pages for Pre-AP and regular, and those will be updated continually throughout the school year. If there’s something in particular that you feel like I have left out, please don’t hesitate to email me.
Here you go…clue #3, and it’s about as obvious as they come. Do you know my “secret” now?
This weekend, I’ll be heading up to Mt. Sterling to spend time with the staff from Mound Magazine, chatting about Don’t Ask Me to Leave!
The interview will appear in the June issue of Mound Magazine, and the televised portion will be on ABC36 on May 13!
Have you guessed my secret yet? Today’s clue is a visual clue. As my son says, “It’s too easy.”
Do you remember yesterday’s clue?
What can the secret be? Stay tuned and you will SEE.
In just a few short hours, I will be joining twenty other Kentucky authors at the Hopkins County-Madisonville Public Library’s Annual Author Reception. I’m excited to be a part of this event and hope to see you there!
I will have copies of Don’t Ask Me to Leave available for purchase, or if you’ve already purchased a copy that you’d like signed, I will be happy to do that as well! Stop by and see me. We’ll be at the library from 11:00 to 4:00.
I am in the process of revamping my website. Please forgive the digital “mess” (for example, reposting of Twitter links, etc.) for a bit as I get my new, shiny web interface all ironed out.