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Bryant, Steve
English Teacher
De Luca, Jr., Rod
English teacher/IB DP and Academic Coordinator
Dennaoui, Nael
English Teacher
Greenbaum, Gary
Gronich, Jon
English Teacher
Hanf, Matthew
English Teacher
Hollingsworth, Margaret
Lopez, Robin
Lum, Bryn
Nill, Mark
English Teacher
Olson, Erik
Samaniego, Elena
English Teacher
Wilde, Leslie
English Teacher



Summer Reading

Click on the "Summer Reading" button to the left.

Dropping an Honors or IB Course

Students who completed the registration process and signed up for an Honors or International Baccalaureate class in any subject will not be allowed to drop the class,   Because of class sizes and limited sections, a student, who needs to drop because of "extenuating circumstances" with proper documentation, needs to have approval from Vice Principal Rose Penrose and Principal Doug Craig.  Counseling cannot simply drop you.  Not completing the summer reading or assignments does not constitute extenuating circumstances.

MLA Style

If you're having trouble figuring out how to format your essay using MLA style, here is a handy link.


English Standards

Click on the following link to learn more about the English Language Standards for the Elk Grove Unified School District.