Ms. Stephanie Handley
English 10 CP, AP English Literature, and Yearbook
Conference Period: Period 6
Tutoring Time: Tuesdays 3:00-3:30 p.m. (English students), Thursdays 3:00-5:00 (Yearbook only), or by appointment
Periods 1 and 2: English 10 CP
Periods 3 and 4: AP English Literature and Composition
Period 5: Yearbook
Student Seminar: Freshmen
Want to keep up with your (or your student's) due dates? Use the directions below to get due dates sent automatically to your phone!
Whatsdue is an app you can download on your iPhone or
Android device to sign up for reminders about upcoming assignments. While I
will do my best to keep it up to date, I make mistakes from time to time, so you
should still plan on recording your daily assignments in your agenda. This is
just one more tool you can use to help keep you on track in this class.
the steps you need to follow in order to register for this class.
downloading the app, open it.
- Click “I am
- Enter your
first and last name (capitalized, of course)
- Check that
you are over 13 years old.
- Click on “Join a Course”
- It will
prompt you to enter your unique class code (Make
sure you choose the correct course!)
- Click “join”
- You should
now see upcoming assignments and due dates. Under the “assignment” tab, you can tap an assignment and “mark as done” once you’ve completed it. This will
eliminate the assignment from the “What’s Due” tally at the top of the page.
- If you
accidentally marked an assignment as done when you shouldn’t have, go to the “completed” tab. Click on the red minus button (-) and
gray “undo” arrow and it will put the assignment back into your assignment
- The app’s default setting is to remind you at
6:00 p.m. about upcoming due dates. If this seems a little late to you (it does
to me), you can click on “Settings” and change the time at which you receive