About Teacher

Ms. Jodi Meyer

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Degrees and Certifications:

* Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish * Master of Education degree in Secondary Education, emphasis in Bilingual education.

Ms. Jodi Meyer

Biografía

Hola. My name is Jodi Meyer This is my 15th year teaching, and I am thrilled to be a part of the LEE High School family. 

Before LEE,  I taught at TMI Episcopal, Lady Bird Johnson High School, Reagan High School, and my teaching career began at Hutto High School. 

Outside of school, I love to scuba, ride my bike, sing, work in my garden, and volunteer with Animal Defense League. If you see me with ear buds, I'm probably "reading" (listening to) an amazing book. It's my favorite way to read without sitting still. 

I am married to my best friend, Austin Meyer. He teaches Mathematics at East Central High School.  We grew up in Austin, not far from each other, but found each other later in life. 

My son, Connor, is 14 years old, and enjoys scuba, video games, chess, riding his bike, reading, and volunteering with me at Animal Defense league. He is starting 9th grade in a San Antonio magnet program. In middle school, he attended DATA  and during elementary finished 6 years in the dual-language Spanish program. 

Class Schedule

  • Class Schedule: 

    1. Planning & Conference Period
    2. Spanish 2
    3. Spanish 2
    4. Lunch
    5. Spanish 2
    6. Spanish 2
    7. Spanish 2
    8. Spanish 2

    Room Number: 221A
          2nd floor of ISA building

Tutoring Schedule

  • Scheduled Tutoring Times: 

    • Monday 4:20-4:50
    • Thursday 8:10-8:40

    *If you need to see me outside of these hours, please schedule with me. 

    Parents: 

    • I'm available before or after school by appointment. Please email me to make arrangements. 

Staying Connected


Class Rules

  • CLASS BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS:

    Above all:

    Students are to RESPECT self, school, teacher, & one another.   

    • BE PROMPT

    Please be in your assigned seat and be ready to work when the bell rings.

    • BE PREPARED

    Be mentally prepared for class! Please bring ALL necessary materials for class: laptop, charging cable, notebook, paper, pen/pencil, homework, and a positive attitude. 

    • BE PRODUCTIVE

    Listen and focus on instruction. Participation is a KEY point in learning another language. Everyone must use Spanish in class: contribute to class discussions, ask questions, respond to questions, share your opinion, comments, etc. Remember to raise your hand to question or comment about instruction. 

    Cell phones can be a huge distraction or a great tool. You are to keep it silent and put away unless given permission to use it. Even then, it is only allowed to be used for the purpose specifically stated. 

        *Remember your Pledge for academic integrity: 

    Take credit only for your own work, and do not let anyone else take credit for your work. 

        **TRANSLATORS ARE NOT ALLOWED for any assignment. Ever.  Instead, use www.wordreference.com 

    •  BE POLITE

    RESPECT your neighbor and his/her property. Appropriate behavior is expected at ALL times! Accept redirection without discussion during class time. If needed, discussion can take place outside of the class.  

    (It matters what you say and how you say it. Think before you speak)

    • BE PERSISTENT

    Be positive about yourself and others. Bring your enthusiasm and a positive attitude every day!

    You will make frequent mistakes in the early stages of this learning process. Class activities are a safe place to learn from those mistakes and to make steady improvement. Progress is the goal, not perfection. 


Grading Breakdown

Grade weights for Spanish class

What we will learn this year

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Unit 2 What Students Can Do

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Unit 4 What Students Can Do

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