• 2021-2022 

    MS.LAFF, Special Education/ Social Studies

    Email: NATALIE.LAFF@WCSDNY.ORG

    Phone: 298-5100 ext. 31047 (SpEd Office rm 285)

     **GOOGLE CLASSROOM INVITATIONS HAVE BEEN SENT TO STUDENT EMAILS.

    ! ! !  PLEASE ACCEPT "THE INVITATION" TO ACCESS YOUR GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

    TO CHECK YOUR GOOGLE CLASSROOM GO TO:

    classroom.google.com

    log in: first.last@k12.wcsdny.org (example: mary.smith@k12.wcsdny.org)

    password: NameID number         (example: Mary1234567)

     MS. LAFF DAILY CLASS SCHEDULE 

    --  period 1 @ 7:31-8:21-- PREP/ OFFICE HOURS - Special Education Office:  845-298-5100  ext 31047

    -- period 2 @ 8:26am-9:12am -- rm 246 - Global II Regents

    -- period 3 @ 9:17am-10:03am -- DUTY - EXTRA HELP - cafeteria hallway

    -- period 4 @ 10:08-10:54am -- rm 232 - II Social Studies

    -- period 5 @ 10:59am-11:45am -- rm 235B - Resource 9/10

    -- period 7 @ 12:41pm-1:27pm -- rm 246 - Global II Regents

    -- period 8 @ 1:32am-2:18pm -- rm 235B - Resource 9 /10

     Office Hours: 730am-815am

    Extra Help Hours:   By Appt: Monday after School, Period 1(During PREP) & Period 3(During Hall Duty)

    During office hours if you need to reach me, especially if you need to talk to me on the phone, email me and I can call you back.        During office hours I am able to respond quickly but you can send me an email at any time.

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     I am looking forward to this year, my 36th year of teaching. It is my 13th year at RCK.

    My goal this year:
    -to help students become motivated & independent learners.
    -to help students have a positive and productive school year.
      
    I look forward to working with your child this year.
    I also look forward to working with you, to help your child become more successful.
     

    “The object of teaching a child is to enable him to get along without a teacher.”

    Elbert Hubbard