7th grade English/Language Arts
with Mr. Vander Meulen!
Welcome to the 2018 NCAA Men's Basketball bracket! All students and staff of PPMS are invited to join Paw Paw Middle School's online NCAA March Madness bracket group! To accept this invitation and join the group, click the link below(or cut and paste the link into your browser's address bar).http://ppms2017.mayhem.
cbssports.com/e/ f5cb55c659868ada89ef5251389c11 db78de6408fffd88ad?ttag=BPM18_ cpy_invite_returningYou will have to create an ID if you don't have one already. Be sure to use your real name and not a nickname or we may not know who you are!The leader board will be posted and announced in school throughout the tournament.If you haven't completed a bracket before, this year is your chance to check it out. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the rules and scoring.Good luck and have fun!!Mr. Vander Meulen
First Hour 7:35 – 8:23 ELA7
Second Hour 8:26 – 9:14 ELA7
Third Hour 9:17 – 10:05 PLAN
Fourth Hour 10:08 – 10:56 ELA7
Fifth Hour 10:59 – 11:47 ELA7
Lunch 11:50 – 12:20
Sixth Hour 12:23 – 1:11 ELA7
Seventh Hour 1:14 – 2:02 ELA7
Flex 2:05-2:29Contact informationPreferred method for communication is by email email@example.com. I will make every effort to reply to your email within 24 hours.If it is a more pressing issue, you can contact me through the office phone number: 269-415-5500
Conference Period: 3rd hour
Hello! My name is Darl Vander Meulen, and this is my 19th year teaching at Paw Paw Middle School. I graduated from Trinity Christian College, a small college south of Chicago, and I am certified to teach English Language Arts and computers. I also earned my Master’s Degree in Teaching in the Middle School from Western Michigan University.I have two sons, ages 17 and 19, who attend Portage Northern High School and WoodsEdge Learning Center. They are both in the self-contained room for Cognitively Impaired students. Both boys have a rare syndrome called Cornelia deLange Syndrome or CdLS for short. They both have mild versions of the syndrome, and their greatest struggle is with verbal communication and academic ability.