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Meet Mrs. Meriwether
Let's give a huge Duff welcome to our newest Kindergarten teacher. Mrs. Meriwether was born and raised in Dallas, and earned her Bachelor's degree at Texas State University. She has a husband of ten years, and a son in first grade. This will be her first exciting year in Arlington ISD, after previous work in Dallas ISD's Pleasant Grove. When she is not enjoying Kindergarten, she loves to garden and work in her yard.
Just a few friendly reminders that will help set a successful learning environment during a Zoom meeting. Each teacher has discussed the expectations in detail with students to help make the most of the time they have together during synchronous instruction. We are ALL learning and expanding our skill sets daily! Technology is great...when it works. Thank you for your patience!
- For security purposes, students should make sure they are joining Zoom with their name. Only student names on the class roster will be admitted to the meeting. Students should not change the name once admitted.
- Muting is really important. All conversations, frustrations and background noise is heard by everyone when mics are not muted.
- Helping your child think of a Zoom meeting as if they were in their in their classroom at school. Examples: staying seated in chair, wearing a shirt, not bringing pets or toys to the meeting unless asked to do so by the teacher.
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