Mr. Egan's Page

Hello, my name is Marty Egan and I am the ACE Program teacher at the High School. As the ACE Program teacher, I will be teaching all core subjects as a certified Special Education Teacher. I will be collaborating with general education teachers across all subject areas to best meet the needs of all of my students. This year I am also coaching the Freshman Football team. 
 
The ACE (Advancing Character through Education) program is  in its third year at Coal City High School and our students have had great success! Our aim is to foster an environment of caring and support that gives every child the opportunity to flourish academically. 
 
I hold my Bachelor's Degree in Special Education from Illinois State University and am certified to teach Special Education from K-12. This is my second year teaching at Coal City CUSD #1! I also have previous teaching experience in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago.
 
Office Hours: I will be available Monday-Friday from 1:45-2:45 for my office hours. You can call me or send me an email (email is preferred). My email is megan@coalcityschools.org. If you email me outside of those hours, I will be sure to get back to you within 24 hours (and probably much quicker than that).  
 
Check in- We will be hosting a Google Meets Check-in every morning at 8 A.M. Your attendance in this is mandatory as this is the start of our day and our 2.5 hours of synchronous learning. The link for this meeting can be found on the top of the Google Classroom titled: "ACE Announcements/Advisory. 
 
 
Weekly Assignments: For all of these assignments, refer to the classes that are included below. Any Remote Learning work (work to be done after the "school day") can be found in the Remote Learning Google Classroom
 
Week 1:
 
English: Back to school summer essay.
 
Math: Baseline pre-test
 
RUSH: Brainstorm, think-tank: What events in your lifetime have impacted the way things are done in our country (hint: a big one is affecting us right now)
 
Civics: Brainstorm: What is Democracy? Why is voting important?