226 Quakertown Road
PO Box 368
Quakertown, NJ 08868
Phone: 908-735-7929
Fax: 908-735-0368


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Mrs. Paquette

Mandatory Remote Learning Assignment - You are a PRIMARY source



ZOOM Sessions - check gmail for invites 

Monday - 6th grade 10:00 - 11:00 

Tuesday - 8th grade 10:00 - 11:00 

Wednesday - 7th grade 9:30 - 10:30 


  • 6th grade 10:30 - 11:00
  • 7th grade 9:30 - 10:00
  • 8th grade 10:00 - 10:30

Friday - Open for 1:1 sessions - email me if you prefer meeting this way






Back to School Night Powerpoint with pertinent information

My expectations for students!  

Online textbook -  Students should use FTS google sign on information.

Email Mrs. Paquette

Assignments are completed on google classroom so please check there for HW and CW.

How to raise a reader! - https://www.nytimes.com/guides/books/how-to-raise-a-reader







 A little about me!
This handsome devil is Mathis.  He is by far the best dog ever!  He is an 8 year old Labrador retriever.  He loves to walk and chase sticks.  He also loves his little sisters. 

My family! These are my baby girls - Claire and Ava!  


My Teaching Career

I graduated from Kean University in 2006.  I began teaching social studies at an alternative school called the Titusville Academy. I was employed there for the next four years before I moved on to Franklin High School.  The next four years were spent as a Social Studies and Special Education teacher for 9 and 11th graders.  During this time I acquired my Standard certificate as Teacher of Students with Disabilities from Rutgers University.  Having this degree helped me learn how to help ALL students...even those without disabilities.  
Why do I teach?  So many reasons!!
1. The energy kids provide
Teaching is never boring.  It is never the same year after year.  Students and all their wonderful personalities keep it energizing and fun!  Teaching often means laughter...and who doesn't love to laugh?

2. Inspiration
I like the idea that I might inspire or motivate a child.  Something I say or do might spark their interest and help them in the future.  I want to make a difference.  I want to foster creativity, intelligence and life-long learning.
3. Impact
I want to help students learn and develop skills they will need for the rest of their lives,  This includes reading, writing, thinking critically, problem solving, using technology and more!