Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. in Sociology
Ms. Jessica Jones
My name is Jessica Jones (YES... LIKE THE SUPERHERO!) and I am an EC Inclusion teacher here at Andrews High School. I love reading, writing, and programming. On a good day, I can be found on the side of a mountain.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Sociology from UNC Chapel Hill, and I have been working with students and children since 2009. I have been an Early Childhood teacher since 2013. Last year was my first year supporting Andrews students. I look forward to getting back to serving again in a new capacity this year.
The classes I support during the Fall 2020 semester are English I, English II, English IV, Civics and Economics, and American History II. I also provide support to students on my EC Caseload. I look forward to a new school year and getting to know you better. I am here to help my students get through this unique learning experience and meet their IEP goals. Please be sure to sign up for my Remind (below) to get important course updates. Welcome to the 2020-21 School Year!
(336) 517- 7829
"Call me, beep me, if you wanna reach me." -KP
EC VIRTUAL COURSE SYLLABUS FALL 2020
- This course is designed to take the place of in person instruction while learning remotely due to COVID-19. For some of you, I will serve as a co-teacher in your course to help make the General Curriculum more accessible to you.
- For everyone else, I will serve as your Case Manager, and will provide weekly Progress Monitoring and additional support to help you reach your IEP Goals.
- Students with Inclusion Services are expected to complete assignments by the due dates provided by both me and your General Education teacher. Each of these assignments will count towards your grade in the General Education class.
- Students on my Caseload are expected to complete weekly Progress Monitoring meetings (scheduled through Microsoft Teams). After scheduling, please connect to the meetings on time, and/or please give 24 hours notice to reschedule a meeting.
- Whenever possible, your meeting attendance will factor into your related course grade. (For instance, Progress Monitoring meetings focused on Reading goals will be included in your English class grades).
- If you experience technical problems or login trouble, please contact me or your General Education teacher for the specific course.
Important Dates for the course are below. Please mark your calendars!
- Start Date of Course: August 17, 2020
Important Login Information
- Click here for important student logins for all major websites.
Assignments and Grades
- Whenever I assign a Progress Monitoring assignment or meeting, the student is expected to complete the assignment and turn it in (or participate in the meeting) on time.
- All of my meetings and assignments will count as Classwork grades in your General Education classes. Their percentage points will be weighted according to the rubrics provided by your General Education Teachers.
- Submitted assignments and attended meetings will be graded as 100 (hundred). Assignments not submitted and meetings not attended will be graded as 0 (zero).
- Grades will be issued according to the scale below:
F 59 and Below
When can I work on the course?
- Students may work on the course 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The teacher will issue lessons and assignments. Computer and internet access is required.
How much time should I spend on the classes?
- Time management will be important throughout this course. Each student will learn at a different pace, and the time commitment will be different for all students.
How do I communicate with my teacher?
- Students can use the inbox on Canvas, as well as the contact information on the homepage. If a student contacts a teacher during the week, they can expect a response within 24 hours. Students who contact a teacher over the weekend can expect a response the following Monday.