Hello, and welcome to my web site. I am currently in my 18th year of teaching, and all of those have been at SLHS. I have taught 9th-12th grade English classes, AP English III, but as of the last three years I have mainly taught English II and PreAP English II. I received my Bachelors Degree from Eastern Kentucky University in Secondary English Education, and my Masters Degree in Library Science. During the 2007-2008 school year, I became National Board Certified, and I renewed my certification in 2016-2017. I love teaching English and helping students master the art of critical thinking.
As a little bio. about me: Married and have a beautiful daughter. I love spending time with my family and being outside. Taking walks to clear the mind and soul are a requirement for me to keep a positive outlook. :) Fav. Vacation places: beach with warm weather (best sand is Siesta Key, FL) and prettiest water is in Belize, but Alaska is awesome and provides one with a renewed outlook on life/spirituality, perspective, and the view is absolutely breathtaking no matter which direction you look whether it be the rain forest or the splash of glacier ice.
Fav Quote: "Plan for the future because that's where you are going to spend the rest of your life." Mark Twain
and just like Twain who wrote of the river life...I love the water and am ready to go on a cruise anytime.
Best things students have told me: "Thank you for helping me with life." "Thank you for teaching us about real life stuff." "Thank you for writing a recommendation, and I got it and now I'm going to do..." "I can tell your church domination..."
Angie L. Feltner
National Board Certified Language Arts Teacher
201 S. Laurel Rd.
London, KY 40741
606 862 4727 Ext. 2119
Check back regularly for new updates. I look forward to working with your child. Attached you will find my rules and expectations for the class. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. Rules and Expectations: userfiles/493/Requirements and rules 2012 filled in.pdf
Grammar with combining sentences: http://grammar.about.com/od/buildingsentences/a/Sentence-Combining-Exercises-In-The-19th-Century.htm