Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. Literature Education k-12, 6-12 English ESOL Endorsed Gifted Endorsed
Meghan Hedges- 6,7,8 TAG ELA Teacher
I have been teaching Language Arts at L.A. Ainger Middle School since 2005. That happened to be the year that I also graduated from Ramapo College in New Jersey with a B.A. in Literature and Education grades K-12. I enjoy living and working in Florida.
E-LEARNING TO BEGIN MARCH 30, 2020.
I hope that everyone is well and staying healthy. We are going to begin an e-learning journey together! For ELA, all students will be continuing to learn by utilizing Edgenuity. I will be monitoring student progress daily and students will be receiving grades weekly for assignments, tests, and quizzes through the program. The grades will be posted on Focus. Please email me at anytime if you or your student has any questions or concerns. Starting on Monday, March 30, 2020, my office hours will be from 9:00 A.M. until 1:00 P.M., but I can be reached by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org, at anytime. To access Edgenuity students will need to enter through Classlink. This can be achieved by visiting yourcharlotteschools.net and clicking on the classlink/email login and then by your student entering his or her credentials. Once in Classlink, at the search bar, students can type in Edgenuity and the program will appear. Students should spend about 50 minutes a day on their core classwork in the program. I am also requesting that my students read reach night from a book or magazine that interests them.
This is a new experience for many of us. Please remember that in a virtual learning environment, students will need to take responsibility for their work and active engagement. I can be reached by e-mail to answer any questions or concerns. We will work through this difficult time together. Stay well!
Please encourage reading over the summer!
Please feel free to read and answer the questions to the passages for upcoming sixth grade students.
Please feel free to read and answer the questions to the passages for upcoming seventh grade students.
Please feel free to read and answer the questions to the passages for upcoming eighth grade students.