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posted Aug 15, 2017, 10:36 AM by Lisa Morris   [ updated Mar 19, 2020, 6:21 AM ]

Pixie says, "Hi."
Well, this isn't exactly how we planned to end the 2019-2020 school year, is it? 

I want all my study hall students to know I miss you and hope you and your families are staying healthy through this time away from Dixie. As, always, please remember to stay in touch with your teachers and up-to-date on your Google Classroom assignments. Your teachers are just an e-mail or Google message away and are always willing to help. I've worked with a lot of you this year on homework, so if there is anything I can do to help with your homework, just send me an e-mail. (Or, send me an e-mail if you just want to say, "Hi." That is always okay, too!) lmorris@newlebanonschools.org

Stay safe out there, wash your hands, and I hope I see you all back in school soon!

--Ms. Morris

The goal of study hall and study tables is to provide a quiet, structured space for students to read, study and work on assignments. Students should bring something to read or work on every day. 45 minutes of texting on a cell phone or surfing the internet is not considered an acceptable use of time. 

Students will be encouraged to study, prepare for upcoming tests and projects, and to check their grades in Power School often. Parents should regularly check their students' grades as well. If students' grades drop below C level in any class, they will lose their study hall phone and recreational computer privileges until their grades come back up.

Please contact me if you would like to discuss your student's progress. The best way to reach me is via e-mail: lmorris@newlebanonschools.org

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