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    Fulling, Michael

    Subject: History
    Email:  mjf0274@lausd.net

    Room Nu
    mber: J8
                                                                                     Welcome Letter

    Dear Parents,

    I am writing this letter to introduce myself and to inform you of my classroom expectations.My name is Michael Fulling and I will be your child's 8th grade history teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. I am originally from the state of Maine where I taught 9th, 10th, and 11thgrade history at Maine Central Institute for 2 years. I moved to California in 2003 and taught 7h and 8th grade history at Orville Wright Middle/Magnet School from 2003-2009. I served as Social Studies Department Chair from 2005-2009 and also served on the Professional Development Team at Orville Wright. I am very excited to get back into the classroom for another year at Paul Revere Charter Middle School.

    In the classroom my expectations for each student are set very high and I will always push for the best from each student.I run a rigorous class and hope students learn as much as they can from their experience in the classroom. You can keep track of what is going on in class by using Schoology.  I post all assignments under your child's period. I also require each student to utilize his or her planner that every student receives for free. I am looking forward to this year and if you have any questions please contact Paul Revere Charter Middle School at 310-917-4800 or email me at mjf0274@lausd.net.

    Throughout the year my classes work on a number of different projects.Because money around the district is hard to come by, I send out a wishlist every year to help accommodate my students with whatever supplies they may need to successfully complete a project.I would greatly appreciate any contributions you can make for your child as well as others in my classroom.

    Wish List:

    1.       Construction paper: all colors

    2.       Poster board: white

    3.       Tissues

    4.       Color Pencils

    5.       Fat Markers: non-permanent

    6.       Crayons

       *Anything else you may think of would be great

       Thank you for all of your support,

       Michael Fulling