Welcome to Mrs. Thompson's Webpage
    Name: Mrs. Andrea Thompson
    School Phone: 907-864-5400

    Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year.  I am very excited about my 12th year in the Mat-Su and our 5th as a school at Redington!  Go HUSKIES!  I hope we will all be able to learn a lot this year.  Parents, I welcome input and suggestions from you at any time.  Feel free to use the e-mail link above to keep in touch with me throughout the year.  During the school day, email is best as I'm spending quality time teaching our students.  However, in an emergency please feel free to call the front office and they will relay a message to your student.
    MY CLASS SCHEDULE - Our school is on a block schedule.  All periods meet M & F but do not meet each day T, W, Th.  Each class meets 4 periods a week.  See our school schedule for more information.






    AP Environmental






    Planning/Prep Period


    French II, & III

    French I

    After School Clubs & Sports

    Science Olympiad, MS Volleyball, & MS Flag Football


    Andrea Thompson

    HS Science & French Teacher

    Bachelor of Science - Marine Biology from Alaska Pacific University
    Masters of Arts in Teaching - Emphasis in Science from the University of Alaska Anchorage 
    My Grading Policy
    My policy follows the RJS handbook, to see up to date grade information please check ParentVue/StudentVue.  ParentVue/StudentVue will be updated ASAP but will be current for the prior week on Wednesdays.  Students in French Class can view their grades in their APEX gradebook.  Grades for French will be kept in APEX and will not be duplicated to ParentVue, weekly emails should arrive on Sunday's with progress reports.
    Grading will be as follows: 
    Outstanding Achievement - A - 90%-100%
    Above Average Achievement - B - 80-89%
    Average Achievement - C - 70%-79%
    Below Average Achievement - D - 60%-69%
    No Credit/ Failing Grade - F - Below 60% 
    Cornell Note taking style is utilized in all of my classes.  Please follow these examples for how to take notes.  Cornell Notes Example
Last Modified on March 17, 2020