Welcome to Mrs. Holibaugh's English Class page



    So to win at the game you have to know the rules...

    English CH 10 Syllabus

    English CH 11 Syllabus







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    Student Expectations for School Year 2021-22 are to:

    1. Have a rigorous and robust in-class and online presence in class, communications and assignments

    2. Engage during class meetings

    3. Organize yourself using gmail calendar, colornotes, Teams calendar or like apps

    4. Be proactive in Microsoft Teams by re-reading directions and rubric, asking classmates and reaching out to teacher

    5. Make use of Mrs. Holibaugh's Virtual School Toolkit that has major links we will be using during in-person instruction  




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    CH10th grade  text to: 81010    Message: @mrsholib

    CH11th grade   text to: 81010   Message:  @wholibaugh




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  • "Wisdom is the prinicple thing, therefore get wisdom."


    Word of Wisdom - "Wisdom is more precious than rubies, And all the things you may desire cannot compare with her."

    What is wisdom defined?  Why is it above all else?  Why is it referrred to in the above quote as a "her"?  Why is the Word of Wisdom and not the Words of Wisdom? Hmmm...

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    Its ok


    Coronavirus note - So take a deep breath...understand that this is bigger than just you or I, and we will get through it together.  Make it a point to be a blessing to family, friends, and neighbors. Everything is going to be alright.



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  • typing

    Did someone say keyboarding!??  Yes!!! I need to improve my speed and so do you.

    Keyboarding is an essential skill, click here to find out why.

    So let's use typing.com and when you sign in through the clever portal on the Saunder's wesite (far right ribbon) your work will be logged.  There are various modalities such as keyboard testing, lessons, digital literacy and coding.

    Begin by taking a typing test. Write down where you presently are now, in terms of speed and accuracy and set a goal for where you want to be e.g. 50 wpm.

    You improve by practicing the keyboard LESSONS (not the test) You will re-take the typing test much later down the road

    You can also practice Digital Literacy and Coding, both useful for employment. Try to practice everyday and so will I!


    Log in with clever of microsoft (school log in)

    ***Need to spend at least 10 minutes a session to earn credit.



    How's your typing skills coming along???

    Look who else is improving their keyboarding?





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Phone: (914) 902-5221


Degrees and Certifications:

NYS Certification, School Administrator and Supervisor (SAS) NYS Certification, ELA Secondary Education 7-12 NYS Certification, Students with Disabilities- English University of South Florida Business Management BA Mercy College School Administration and Supervision, MA Mercy College Secondary Education MA

Mrs. Wendy Holibaugh

Favorite color: Blue

Favorite car:  Honda HRV

Favorite books: The Bible, Just Mercy, Be Not Far From Me, Dear Justyce, Long Way Down,The Field Guide to the North American Teenager, Poet X, Clap When You Land

Favorite coffee: Cappuccino - Xtra hot!

Favorite authors: Elizabeth Acevedo, Mindy McGinnis, Gianno Caldwell, Toni Morrison, Bryan Stevenson, Ben Phillipe, Nic Stone, Zora Neale Hurston

Favorite teams:  Golden State Warriors...don't judge me (Klay is back!), Yankees

Favorite athlete: Still...Steph Curry

Favorite hobby: Taking boot camp classes at Fusion House, White Plains, NY

Best friends: The Father, Son and Holy Spirit

Three grown children:  Shannon, Joshua and Eddie

Four grands:  Dwain Jr - 10 years old, Kaylee 6 years old, Rylee Olivia 2 yrs old and Jace - newborn!!



  • Just Mercy

    by Bryan Stevenson Year Published: 2009

    My all-time favorite!  A very compelling and meaningful story about one man's journey in changing the legal system for the young, mentally ill and innocent.  An important read for any age. 

    My favorite Stevenson quotes are:

    "The true measure of our character is how we treat the poor, the disfavored, the accused, the incarcerated, and the condemned." and

    "Proximity has taught me some basic and humbling truths, including this vital lesson: Each of us is more than the worst thing we’ve ever done."

    I agree wholeheartedly.



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