About Mrs. Kleban

Phone: 704-260-6490

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Special Education: Learning Disabilities and Mental Disabilities, Highly Qualified in Middle Grades English/Language Arts

Mrs. Elissa Kleban

Greetings Parents and Students! This year marks my 24th year of teaching and my 12th year as a Maverick. I am a native North Carolinian and grew up in a very small town in Wilkes County. I graduated from Appalachian State University (Go Apps!!) and UNC-Charlotte (Go Niners!!). I have two boys, Max, who is a sophomore at Appalachian State and Zac, who is a fifth grader. I enjoy traveling, spending time together as a family, and reading. It's great to be a Maverick!

Paperless Report Cards & Progress Reports are now here!

  - Parent Portal provides all the information of a report card and progress report and more.

  - Parents have 24/7 access

  - Teachers update weekly

  - Parents can see assignments, grades and attendance

   - Progress Report information is available daily

  - Quarter and yearly averages are available in Parent Portal at each “report card” period:

   - Questions:  Please contact Stephanie Longberg, our Data Manager.

 

 

 

 

Homework and Assignments

  • For those who are absent more than one day due to illness or quarantine:  
     
    I will post the daily lesson in Canvas in the evening, after school.  Students can work on it the next day. Anything missed during their time at home can also be made up in school once they return.
     
     
    Note about Canvas: 
    Canvas will continue to be utilized for some, but not all assignments.  Students who are absent can check for assignments in Canvas and complete what is posted there.  Other missing work can be made up once the student returns to class. 
     
    Late work policy 

    Assignments that are turned in late (5 days after due date) will now have points subtracted from the grade. If the assignment is turned in/submitted 5 days after the due date, 5 points will be subtracted from the grade. This will happen for each 5 days an assignment is late.  An assignment that is 10 days late will have 10 points subtracted from the final score.  This information is in the Student Handbook.   

    Please scroll down for all homework notes:
     

     Homework: Sept. 20-24

    Monday

    Read 30 minutes.  Begin studying for your Vocabulary Quiz on Friday.  

    Every student must have a book to read for class every day.

    Tuesday

    Read 30 minutes.  Begin studying for your Vocabulary Quiz on Friday.  

    Every student must have a book to read for class every day.

    Wednesday

    Read 30 minutes.  Begin studying for your Vocabulary Quiz on Friday. 

    Every student must have a book to read for class every day.

    Thursday

    Study for your Vocabulary Quiz tomorrow.

     Every student must have a book to read for class every day.

    Friday

    No homework, but make sure you bring your IRB (book to read in class) every single day for every class. 
     

    Homework: Sept. 28-Oct. 1
    Monday  No School, teacher workday.
    Tuesday
     
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    Friday

     
Last Modified on September 20, 2021