Degrees and Certifications:

Licensed for K-12 Language Arts

Mrs. Alicia Martin

  • Welcome!

    Students and parents, welcome to Mrs. Martin's classroom! It is going to be an exciting year for 6th and 7th grade students, as 6th grade students are transitioning from elementary to middle school, and 7th grade students are preparing for 8th grade. They will be deepening their understanding of Language arts as they practice reading, writing, speaking, and listening throughout the year. They will also be developing techniques and skills required to take more responsibilty for their own learning. This webpage will be a great resource for students to use if ever they are absent from class or want to double-check an assignment due date. On this page, students and parents will be able to view weekly lesson plans, upcoming assignment due dates, classroom announcements, the classroom expectations, procedures, and consequences, and important links. If ever you have any questions, please email me at 

  • Classroom Expectations

    1. Have all appropriate materials at your desk and be seated quietly when the bell rings.

    2. Respect the people, equipment, and furnishing of room A4.

    3. Follow directions the first time they are given.

    4. Follow all classroom procedures as practices, and as outlined in the the list of procedures provided to each student.

    5. Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself.


    Consequences for Choosing Not to Meet Classroom Expectations:

    *Students who do not have the appropriate materials at the beginning of class will be marked unprepared. 

    Step 1: The first time a student chooses not to meet a class expectation, he/she will be given a verbal warning.

    Step 2: The student will recieve an infraction ticket and be asked to meet briefly after class. 

    Step 3: The student will recieve an infraction ticket, be asked to meet briefly after class, and parents or guardians will be contacted.

    Step 4: The student will recieve an infraction ticket and a disciplinary referral. 

    Severe Disruptions: For severe disruptions such as shouting in class, pushing or hitting another student, or intentionally damaging the property of the school or another person, you will be sent to the office immediately and given a disciplinary referral.