Mrs. Mindy Eidemiller » Middle School ELA

Middle School ELA

Dear Students, 

I hope this letter finds you well and looking forward to the new school year. As we approach the beginning of classes, I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and share my enthusiasm about being your ELA teacher this year. My name is Mrs. Eidemiller, and I am excited to embark on this educational journey with each one of you. 

I understand that some of you may be returning to Smyrna West, and I want to assure you that this classroom will be a safe and supportive space for everyone. My primary goal is to create an inclusive environment where you can feel respected and valued, as well as an opportunity to grow academically and personally. 

As we start this academic year, I want to emphasize the importance of second chances and personal growth. We all make mistakes, but it is essential to learn from them and use them as steppingstones toward positive change. Together, we will explore the power of language and the magic of storytelling. My aim is to engage you in thought-provoking discussions, enrich your writing skills, and foster a love for literature. 

It's natural to feel apprehensive about the upcoming year, but I encourage you to embrace the challenges that lie ahead. Remember that your past does not define your future, and every day presents an opportunity to make progress and create a brighter path for yourselves. 

In our classroom, mutual respect will be the cornerstone of our interactions. I expect you to treat your fellow classmates and me with kindness and empathy, just as I promise to treat you. We will work as a team to support one another, celebrate each other's achievements, and help each other through difficult times. 

In this ELA class, we will not only explore the literary world but also delve into topics that are relevant to your lives. We will find connections between literature and real life. experiences, allowing us to grow not just as students but as individuals. I hope to see your unique perspectives shine through in our discussions and assignments. 

Please come to class with an open mind and a willingness to participate. Your engagement is essential to the success of our classroom community. If you ever feel overwhelmed or need extra assistance, don't hesitate to reach out to me. I am here to help you succeed and to support your personal growth. 

I genuinely believe that each one of you has untapped potential and the ability to achieve greatness. Let's work together to unlock that potential and make this school year a transformative experience for all of us. 

I am eagerly awaiting the first day of class and the chance to get to know each of you better.

See you soon! 



Mrs. M. Eidemiller 

6th – 8th grade ELA 

Smyrna West Alternative School 


Class Schedule




8:30 – 8: 50 



8:50 – 9:40 


7th grade ELA 

9:40 – 10:35 


6th grade Teen living 

10:35 – 11:55 


8th grade Computer literacy 

11:55 – 12:50 



12:50 – 1:45 


8th grade ELA 

1:45 – 2:50 


6th grade ELA 

2:50 – 3:15 



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Mrs. Mindy Eidemiller
Middle School ELA
Class Expectations
1. Be respectful
2. Be responsible
3. Be productive
Office Hours: 
Monday - 3:30 - 4:45
Wednesday 3:30 - 4:45
Friday 3:30 - 4:45
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