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Phone:  318-759-2256

jennie.wright@bossierschools.org

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“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically... Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.” - Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

If you study to remember, you will forget, but if you study to understand, you will remember. -Unknown

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Jennie Wright

Mrs. Jennie Wright

     I am extremely excited to begin my second year at Parkway High School.  I taught 8th grade ELA at Elm Grove Middle School for  15 years. and moved up to high school last year.  This year I am excited to be teaching English IV and AP.  British literature has always been my favorite, so I am looking forward to teaching the literature I love the most.  Since I am an avid reader, I enjoy encouraging my students to read for pleasure.  Reading builds vocabulary, expands our knowledge base, and takes us on adventures to awesome places.  

     I started college at LSUS later in life when I had only one child left at home.   I actually had the honor of graduating from college with Melissa, my oldest daughter.  In fact, she is the one who encouraged me to pursue my teaching degree in English education for which I will be forever grateful.  I have never regretted that decision!     

     I am a widow and the mother of four wonderful children.  My oldest son Danny lives in Montgomery, Alabama with this wife Angie.  My daughter Melissa Gay lives here in SOBO with her husband Revis and four of my totally awesome grandsons.  Melissa and I actually graduated from LSUS together which is one of the high points of my life.  Nathan graduated from PHS and is currently attending Centenary College.  He is going getting married in December to Brittany Sutton who is also a PHS graduate.  Garrison is a sophomore at PHS this year.  Sutton is in the 4th grade, and Evan is in 1st grade.  I think Melissa and Revis definitely have their hands full with all of those boys!  My son Wesley lives in Jackson, Mississippi with his wife Allison.  Finally, my youngest daughter Jennifer Gholson lives in Austin, Texas with her husband Seth and their two boys.  Brody is going to be in the 5th grade, and Hatcher is starting 1st grade this year.  

     I attend South Bossier Baptist Church and work with the preschool kids along with my daughter Melissa.  In my spare time I love to read or hang out with my grandsons. Of all the things I have done in my life, being a grandmother to these six awesome boys is definitely ranked at the top.  I am truly blessed!  

Classroom Expectations

Rule #1

Follow directions quickly!

Rule #2

Raise your hand for permission to speak.

Rule #3

Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat.

Rule #4

Make smart choices!

Rule #5

Keep your dear teacher happy.  

Diamond Rule

Keep your eye on the target!

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English IV Grading Scale

93-100 = A

85-92 = B

75-84 = C

67-74 = D

0-66 = F

AP Grading Scale

90-100 = A

80-89 = B

70-79 = C

60-69 = D

0-59 = F