Degrees and Certifications:

BS in English M.E.d in Educational Administration

Mrs. Green

As a graduate of Dallas ISD, I am proud to be a pillar in the Dallas community and serve as a role model for our young students. I, Mrs. Green, graduated from Lincoln High School Communications Magnet, with honors, where I remained in the top 10% of my class. I was a part of many clubs, such as Art Club, Senior Committee, National Honors Society, Who's Who Among Students Nominee, African Dance Club, Floral Design, Cheerleading, and served as a captain on the Purple Flash Drill/Dance Team. 

Furthering my educational experience, I attended Texas College, Home of the Steers, in Tyler, Texas. I received my Bachelors of Science in English with a minor in Education, Cum Laude. Also, I continued my involvement in many clubs and activities, such as being a member and once president of the Beta Phi Chapter Sigma Sweethearts Incorporated, community service leader within the student government association, Texas College Royal Court: Miss Junior, cheerleader, and served as a captain of the Texas College Golden Girls. 

I have experience in teaching Reading/ Language Arts from 8th to 12th grade, and earned a masters degree in Educational Administration from Texas A& M University at Commerce, and what an experience it has been. 

I am proud to use my assets and credentials as a tool to uplift and mentor our youth, as well as influence our scholars that the value of their education and life is priceless. 


Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us...."
--Marianne Williamson



  • English II 

    AP Language and Composition

    Seagoville High School/ PTECH

    2022-2023 Academic Year 


    English II Course Description:

    This course incorporates the components of balanced literacy as students read a variety of compositions, including planning, drafting, editing, and revising based on feedback from their teacher and peers; and engage in listening and speaking while building academic vocabulary. Through text-dependent reading and evidence-based writing and discussion, students will master grade-level ELAR standards ( and ELPS as applicable).

    AP Language and Composition Course Description: 

    This course is an introductory college-level composition course. Scholars cultivate their understanding of writing and rhetorical arguments through reading, analyzing, and writing texts as they explore topics like rhetorical situation, claims and evidence, reasoning and organization, and style. 

    Google Classroom Codes:

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    8th Period: Planning Period