• 2023-2024 

    Ms. Laff, MSed - Special Education

    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 

    -- 7-7:20am - OFFICE HOURS (Before School) - Special Education Office rm 285:  845-298-5100  ext 31047   

    --  period 1 @ 7:31-8:21-- rm 235B Resource 

    -- period 2 @ 8:26am-9:12am -- rm 235B Resource  

    -- period 3 @ 9:17am-10:03am -- PREP

    -- period 4 @ 10:08-10:54am -- rm 235B - II Math

    -- period 5 @ 10:59am-11:45am -- LUNCH

    -- period 6 @ 11:50-12:36 -- rm 235B Resource 

    -- period 7 @ 12:41pm-1:27pm -- Duty - Cafeteria Bathroom

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

     Before School Office Hours: 7-720am

    Extra Help Hours:   period 3 & 7 By Appt 

    During office hours, if you need to reach me, especially if you need to talk to me on the phone, you can call me directly or you can email me and I can call you back.       

    **During office hours I will try to respond quickly, but you can send me an email at any time and I can more easily get back to you. 

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     I am looking forward to this year, my 38th year of teaching. It is my 15th 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