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Gray, Micah

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Hello! My name is Micah Gray, and I'll be teaching four sections of English 2 CP and two sections of Ready for High School Literacy this year. This is my second year at Wando, and I am so glad to be here. Prior to Wando I taught for one year at another school in the district, and then six years in New York. Charleston became my home just two years ago after my family relocated and we couldn't be happier here. I earned my B.A. from Hunter College in New York City and have a Masters degree in English Education from Union Graduate College in Schenectady, N.Y.  I keep busy with my twin girls who are three years old, my dogs, and I love anything outdoors.  I'm looking forward to getting to know all of my students and having a great year with everyone!

Please visit my Google Classroom page for handouts and other information! All of your children have already joined but please encourage them to log on so that you can see all assignments and due dates. I also strongly encourage all of you to join and use the Parent Portal to keep up-to-date on how your child is doing in his/her classes. 

My office hours are by appointment before or after school. Please feel free to email me any time at Micah_gray@charleston.k12.sc.us.
 


Contact Information

 Email:  micah_gray@charleston.k12.sc.us
 Phone:  843-881-8200 ext 2570181
 Room #:
 B222
 Office Hours:
 By appointment before or after school

Courses Taught

English II College Prep

This course is designed to prepare students for the rigorous expectations of college-level English courses while implementing the South Carolina College-and-Career-Ready Standards for Grade 10. Throughout this course, instruction and activities focus on developing students' reading of literary and informational text, writing, communication, and inquiry-based literary skills. 

HS Ready for Literacy

This course is designed to prepare students for the rigorous expectations of college-level English courses while implementing the South Carolina College-and-Career Ready Standards for Grade 9. Throughout this course, instruction and activities focus on developing students' reading of literary and informational text, writing, communication, and inquiry-based literacy skills. This is a skill-based class that is taken simultaneously with English I. Students are suggested for this class by the school and are determined by reading scores from 8th grade MAP results and students' current lexile reading levels. 


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