• Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!

  • Mrs. Morrow's Class Schedule

    1st period - ASL II                      10:00-11:00

    2nd period - ASL III/IV               11:10-11:45

    Lunch                                        11:50-12:25

    2nd period cont.                         12:30-12:55 

    3rd period - Conference              1:15-2:15

    4th period - ASL III/IV                2:25-3:25

    5th period - ASL II                      10:00-11:30

    6th period - ASL II                      11:35-12:20

    Lunch                                        12:25-1:00

    6th period cont.                          1:05-1:50

    7th period - ASL II                      1:55-3:25


     Tutoring/Office Hours

    Monday-Friday         9:00-9:45 am

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday      3:45-4:30 pm

    NO Tutoring/Office Hours on Wednesday afternoons

  • Zoom link for January 4th and 5th 2021! 

    Welcome back students. Some of you may be new to my class this semester so please click on the link below (in Google Classroom) for January 4th and 5th. See you then!! :)

    Zoom link for Mrs. Morrow’s ASL classes. You need to go to Google Classroom and click on the link there. You will not be able to click on it from here. See you then. 



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  • Welcome!

    I am a graduate of Health Careers High School here in San Antonio. I attended San Antonio College and earned my AAS in Interpreting for the Deaf in 2000. Right after graduating with my Interpreting degree, I attended Gallaudet University in Washington, DC, the only University in the world in liberal education and career development for Deaf and hard of hearing students.  It was a privilege to attend as a summer student and further immerse myself in the Deaf culture and Deaf world. I have interpreted at NISD, NEISD, and at various Alamo Community Colleges. I have also worked for Deaf Interpreter Services (DIS) and free lanced as an interpreter here in San Antonio. I was a certified Interpreter for the Deaf in the state of Texas until recently. I have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Texas A&M Kingsville and earned my Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Special Education from Abilene Christian University. I recently graduated with my principal certification from Lamar University.

    I started the ASL program for NEISD 14 years ago and this is my 14th year teaching at Churchill. I have been happily married for 14 years this October. My husband Scott and I are the proud parents of our cat named Shadow and our two dogs Bailey and Wrigley but more importantly the new addition of Parker Raylee Morrow. She was born July 1, 2018 and we brought her home at just 10 days old and she officially became a Morrow on August 2, 2019. We are beyond blessed.

    My hobbies are spending time with my family, singing and relaxing.