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Where I Live and Teach

By Beth Newingham on June 21, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

I've lived my entire life in Michigan and currently teach in Troy, Michigan, at Hill Elementary School. The City of Troy is a suburban community located about 25 minutes from downtown Detroit. Troy is rich in cultural diversity, and that is certainly reflected in our student population. Among the 350 students in my building, more than 30 different languages are spoken. Teachers, parents, and students celebrate this diversity and take great pride in the unique differences we all bring to our school and our community.

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I was able to find your class webpage on the troyhill website where you had links to download text structure posters, etc...

I went to find the text feature posters yesterday and the url for the troyhill website is down...what happened? Is it being updated?

Where can I find all these wonderful resources again? Help!

~Judie

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