Mrs. Amy Schilling
480-345-2306 ext 212
By appointment only
Please make an appointment in advance (either in person or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org) to ensure that I do not already have a commitment to another student or parent during the time requested.
Senior Literature (19th Century Lit & American Lit)
Alternative Nutritional Perspectives
Class Information and Assignments
Note: There is class time given each day to ask questions and get help on any of the assignments, as well as 1/2 hour dedicated to work time.
Upcoming due dates:
Tuesday will be an in-class work day, dedicated to completing the comp questions that are due Wednesday.
Wednesday, September 26-The Crucible Act I comprehension questions due
Thursday, September 27-The Crucible Act I quiz & notebook check
Friday, September 28-Writing Unit 4 Due
In class work on Ch. 5 this week. Test is Friday, September 28th.
19th century literature
Reading Tests-every other day.
Frankenstein paper due date October 19th. Rough draft (optional) due October 5th, due to Fall Break.
Honors Humanities I
First Term 2018-2019
Paper Rough Draft-One week before final paper submission
Paper Due Dates-
1st Term: October 26, 2018
2nd Term: February 1, 2019
3rd Term: May 10, 2019
Hi, I'm Mrs. Amy Schilling. I am a native of Aberdeen, South Dakota and have lived in Arizona since 1996. I received my B.S. with a major in psychology from Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD and my M.A. in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ. I am an Arizona Highly Qualified Teacher, with an emphasis on English. I have taught at JMPS since the school opened in August of 2000. This is my sixteenth school year teaching English 9 and my fourteenth year teaching Humanities. Additionally, I teach senior literature and three senior electives: Psychology, Music Theory, and Nutrition. I am also the Fine Arts Director and the Director of the Orchestra, Ukulele Group, the Madison Prep Rock Band (which I co-direct with Mr. David Batchelder), and the Show Choir (which I co-direct with Mr. Stephen Batchelder).
Prior to teaching at JMPS, I worked in human resources for various corporations and non-profit organizations. I have been married since 1995 and have two sons (the eldest born in 2005 and the second in 2007). In my spare time I enjoy playing guitar, listening to music, reading, playing classic Nintendo video games with my sons, and spending time with my family and friends. I feel very fortunate to be part of the JMPS family. I firmly believe in the mission of the school, and I am grateful to work with such a wonderful staff and student body.