Megan Milton

English I, Creative Writing

662-893-3344 ext. 337 


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Class Schedule  
My class is very structured, and our weekly schedule usually follows this pattern:

Monday - Weekly Real Life Connection article

Tuesday - ACT Workshop

Wednesday - Writing Workshop

Thursday - Text-to-Text Comparisons / Literature Analysis

Friday - Weekly Assessment


Supply List 
Students are required to have a binder, paper, and writing utensils. A text book is not required unless the teacher specifically tells the class to check one out.

About the Teacher

Subjects Taught
Compensatory Reading, English I, English II, English III, and English IV, Creative Writing, State Test Remediation

I am proud to say that I graduated from Olive Branch High School in 2005, and I could not be more thrilled to be back where I am happiest.  I am also a Secondary Education graduate from the University of Mississippi, and I recently acquired my MA in Literature from the University of Memphis.

This is my eleventh year of teaching.  I have always been at Olive Branch High School, and I have taught all levels of English.

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