• Mrs. Jamie Fletcher, M.Ed.       ESOL 1-4

    Mrs. Fletcher




    Clemson University- Bachelor's of Arts: English and Secondary Education English (Double)

    University of Phoenix- Master's of Education: Curriculum and Instruction

    ESOL Certification


    Class Schedule for 2020-2021


    Semester 1

    Semester 2

    1st Block



    2nd Block



    3rd Block

    ESOL 1-4

    ESOL 1-4

    4th Block




    Daily agendas, class files, homework assignments, and all other important information relating to my class can be found at this link: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTUzMDY5MjE4NjQ3


What's Mrs. Fletcher Reading?

  • The Giver of Stars

    by Jojo Moyes Year Published: 2019 Fiction

    From PenguinRandomHouse.com:

    Englishwoman Alice, newly married to the son of a local small-town coal baron, feels like an unwelcome outsider in her new home. When the opportunity to join the Packhorse Librarians arises, she is eager to sign up despite her husband’s and father-in-law’s protestations. But Alice’s new role gives her more than a temporary escape from her troubled marriage—she quickly finds a friend and mentor in Margery, who defies all social expectations even at the risk of her own freedom. Alice soon forges a tight sisterhood with the other librarians, and develops unexpected friendships with the people to whom she delivers books. And when her marriage becomes unbearable, she moves in with Margery and begins taking real steps toward living life on her own terms. As Alice, Margery and the other women find the courage to go after what they need, they realize they hold the power to transform their small community—and their own futures—with the one thing they all desperately love: books.

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  •  All the Light We Cannot See

    All the Light We Cannot See

    by Anthony Doerr Year Published: 2014
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  • Wondering and Wandering, But Not Lost

    Posted by Jamie Fletcher on 8/14/2019

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    Can't wait to get this year started! #GoJackets


    Wondering and Wandering, But Not Lost

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