Reading Specialist
Rochelle E. Mullis

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     I am the Reading Recovery Teacher and Reading Specialist at M.L.King Jr. ES.  I hold a BS degree in Elementary Education from Manchester College and an MA in Reading Instruction from George Mason University.  I have been teaching for 20 years and have taught Kindergarten, 1st grade and 3rd grade and worked as a Title 1 reading teacher at the elementary level.

You may contact me through the school at 703-590-1616 Ext. 84
I can also be contacted through Google Voice 540-724-6836 for calls and texts. 
When calling or sending a text, please identify yourself with you child's first time to avoid confusion.

Thank you . . . Stay well!!

Dear Parents,

During this challenging time, it is extremely important to keep our students learning and growing as readers and writers.  Here are some links that can help.  Please also check the Reading Recovery document section for tips on working with your students at home.  I have also included a 30 minute individual lesson plan that you can use with any student and any books.

Log in to Clever 
 Students will use their Office 365 user name and password to log in to Clever.  Once logged in, students can access many of the programs we use for instruction.

Here are some additional links you might want to try for parent resources.

This company publishes many of the books that I use in Reading Recovery lessons.  They currently have a program where parents can buy a selection of 12 books at their child's reading level for less than $20.00  If you are unsure about your child's level, please check the books in their Reading Recovery bag.  In general, the book level in located on the back of the book, possibly on a school inventory sticker.  Order books that correspond with the highest number level your child is already working with, or purchase books one level higher.

The log-in page for the Virginia Phonemic Awareness and Literacy Screening has a tab for parents.  Click on the tab and scroll down to "monthly activities".  Here you will find several pages with book ideas and activities that you can participate in with your child to help with their understanding of letters, sounds, spelling, etc.

There are also some additional ideas for games and activities under the resources tab on the PALS log on page.  You should be able to access these materials without having a log-in code or password.