Quarantine Classroom Cribs – English Teacher Christina Melly
English teacher Christina Melly shows you around her quarantine classroom.
Quarantine Classroom Cribs – College Counselor Julie Kampschroeder
College Counselor Julie Kampschroeder works from home with a furry assistant.
"Here is a picture of me in my 'home office' with my assistant "Lil Bits". I rescued her from a puppy mill a month ago. She is 5 years old and weighed less than 6 lbs when I rescued her. She enjoys sleeping next to me as I have my virtual meetings on the couch. The only time it becomes a problem if is she hears the m...
Quarantine Classroom Cribs – Art Teacher Paul Kennedy
Art teacher Paul Kennedy is teaching to an empty classroom in his art room at RHS.
"I have my laptop hooked up to a camera for live and recorded demonstrations.
In the background you see tables with different art supplies. These are staging areas for getting bags of art supplies ready for my different classes. I try to have different art supplies for each different project for my students. We ...
Quarantine Classroom Cribs – English teacher Melissa Monzyk
English teacher Melissa Monzyk has set up her classroom at her home.
"This is me in my home office located in a spare room in my basement. Just like my classroom at school, I had to spend time making it cute and comfy so I can tolerate being in here all day long! I'm loving the lighting, the artwork, and especially the dual monitor setup I've got."
Quarantine Classroom Cribs – Counselor Dina Durnin
Welcome to Counselor Dina Durnin's Quarantine Classroom Crib.
"The first picture is my home office space. Using my dining room table as a stand up desk."
"The second picture is a side view of my home office space. I use a folded yoga mat to stand on so I can have a comfortable standing location. I enjoy my pla...
Quarantine Classroom Cribs – Media teacher Jane Bannester
Media teacher Jane Bannester shares her setup as she teaches from home.
"Working from home means having some friends (wiz of oz pic), two computers to keep up with the demand of online learning, and using the dining room table to spread out."