Name: Crystal Weltikol
Phone: (406)-433-2330 ext. 5337
Room: HighSchool #203
I am a high school graduate from Columbus, Montana. I attended Northwest Community College on a basketball scholarship, working towards an associate degree in Business Administration upon graduation. I then transferred to MSU-Billings and pursued a degree in English Secondary Education with English extended. I graduated in 2012 and began teaching in Sidney the following fall. In February of 2020, I obtained my Masters in Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum, and English, from Colorado State University-Global Campus.I am married to my wonderful husband, Levi, a Sidney-native, and we have two children together, Lydia (4), and will be welcoming baby boy Weltikol in December. I absolutely love spending as much time as possible with family, often traveling throughout the year to see our many relatives. I live for being outdoors, especially hunting, fishing, and camping. I also find time to enjoy movies/shows, playing cards and board games, watching football, writing, reading, wood-burning art, as well as weight-lifting and playing basketball.I am entering my 10th year of teaching at Sidney High School. I look forward to working with juniors and seniors and creating a great school year with them! I have a Virtual Classroom set up on Google and will post regularly (if not daily) for students, especially those who are absent.Required Supplies:- Loose-leaf paper with binder OR section in a larger notebook- Daily Writing Utensil - preferably pencil WITH an eraser (We WILL be writing DAILY)- Non-black Pen (we will do quick class corrections regularly)Due to COVID-19: In the classroom, masks are optional and based on personal discretion. Students are encouraged to continue to sanitize their area, wash their hands regularly, and be aware of feeling ill. If students are quarantined/ill and are able to do so, they are required to participate in class virtually.
Suggested Supplies:- Index Cards - can be used for some presentations- USB (We will be using Chromebooks regularly for writing assignments). Work "Getting Lost" is not an excuse.- Highlighters- Colored Pencils/MarkersDirections:If looking for the weekly overall lesson plan, please look at it Lesson Plans.If looking for Classroom Information, such as a syllabus or other important documents, please look under information for classes. Documents can be found under the specific class folder. These can also be found in your student's Google Classroom.If looking for additional student resources, such as Google Classroom Extensions, please look under student resources.
ELA 11ELA 11Prep PeriodAdvanced Senior EnglishAdvisoryLunchBreakELA 11Basic English 11College Composition
High School Grading ScaleA+ = 100-97 B+ = 89-87 C+ = 79-77 D+ = 69-67 F = 59-0A = 96-94 B = 86-84 C = 76-74 D = 66-64A- = 93-90 B- = 83-80 C- = 73-70 D- = 63-60