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Welcome to our 2020-2021 school year. 
You will find all assignments and announcements for your 9th grade English course in Canvas. If you are in my class, you might already be enrolled in the course in Canvas. It can take a day or two for Power School and Canvas to sync up. So you may see that you are in my class in Power School and still not be able to see our class in Canvas. Please don't panic. We will work it out. 
To access Canvas, please go to and sign in using your district username and password. (This is your id# and your nine digit password that you use to login to your Chromebook.) Zoom links for our class are accessible through the button that says "Class Zoom Links."  If you are trying to access the class Zoom on a Chromebook and having trouble, these directions may help. 
The best way to reach me is e-mail,, but you can also leave me a message by calling (or texting) to ‪(858) 754-8797. If there is a question about course content or grading, it is always best if the student sends the email or makes the call themselves. 
Students should join our Remind class for current updates and reminders. There is specific information about how to do that in an assignment in Canvas.

Mrs. Roberts' “Normal” Weekly Schedule








Class Preparation | Feedback | Grading


Period 2 Class and Support Time


Period 3 Class and Support Time


Lunch Break | Email Processing


Extra Help Time*

Teacher Team Meeting

Extra Help Time*

Teacher Team Meeting

Extra Help Time*

*Note: Extra help time may sometimes need to be cancelled or rescheduled due to other meetings beyond my control. 

Teacher Bio:
Jen Roberts has been teaching English at Point Loma High since 2006. Before that, she spent the first ten years of her teaching career at Kroc and Wilson Middle Schools. Her passions are literacy and educational technology. She enjoys sharing her love of learning with her freshmen English classes. 
National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) 
BA History/Writing: University of California, San Diego
MA Curriculum and Instructional Design: University of California, San Diego
Single Subject Credentials: English and Social Science: San Diego State University

Allison Romanski is a graduate of Penn State University, where she majored in Print and Digital Journalism and minored in English, Psychology and International Studies. She is currently getting her Master's in Education at the University of San Diego. Ms. Romanski's favorite books are (currently) The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom and Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesymn Ward.