Class Starts Tuesday, September 8th

On 9/8 I will meet with hours 1, 2 & 3, and on 9/9 I will meet with hours 6 & 7. Please follow the schedule that you were given during the supplies pick-up. To get to my zoom meeting, go to the district website and click on the student portal. Once you have done this, you will see a place to click for Schoology. When you are in Schoology, you will click on the correct hour and there is a link that will take you to the Zoom meeting.

If you are not signed in with your school Google email account, then you will not be able to get in. When you get to the waiting room, you will need to wait for me to let you into class. Remember we are all learning this together, so be patient…give me a chance to let you in. If I do not see you in the Zoom classroom, then you will be counted as absent!!!

I’m looking forward to seeing all of you in class!!!

Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year

Hello! I am Ms. Moroz and I teach 8th grade Language Arts. This is my 4th year at Salina and the 15th year teaching. Before I came to Salina I taught high school social studies at a charter school. I did my undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan, so my favorite colors are maize and blue. My masters degree was completed at Eastern Michigan University and my Education Specialist degree was completed at Wayne State University.

This year we will learn many new things and also work on gettings better are things like writing. I cannot wait until we can all meet together in class and learn together!! This will be an amazing school year!!


All students are required to check out a library book on Fridays when we go to the library. Student may check out up to three books at a time, but they cannot have any missing books or owe library fines.

We will have silent reading time in class, and students will need to complete a reading log. Students need to have a chapter book or novel, they cannot use graphic novels for silent reading, however as long as they have one novel, they can check out graphic novels for their own reading.


All students received a planner in their 1st hour classes. The planner is required to be in my class everyday so students can record when assignments are due and when we have upcoming tests. They also received a bar code that allows them to check books out of the library.