Welcome to the BFA English Department!
The English Department provides opportunities for all learners to improve their literacy skills through the study of literature. In their English classes, students read closely and critically to comprehend a range of increasingly complex literary texts. Also, students produce effective writing for a range of purposes and audiences.
Mrs. Hebert’s AP Language and Composition Summer Assignment
Summer AP Assignment 2016 (1.0 MiB)
Hill/Bonsall Reading and Writing Workshop: Click Here
English Department Contact Info:
Teacherjbristol@fcsuvt.org / 802.527. 6438 /
Teacherlhebert@fcsuvt.org / 802.527. 6581 /
I teach 11th grade AP Language and Composition and American Literature courses. I live Fairfield with my husband, Thomas, and our daughter, Ella. In my free time, I like to travel with my family, play and teach piano, and read (of course!).
Teacherprico@fcsuvt.org / 802.527. 6589 /
I grew up in East Calais, Vermont but spent my summers on my grandparents' farm in Enosburgh, so Franklin County was like a second home. I went to U-32 High School and then attended UVM for both my undergraduate degree and my Masters. I am married with 2 kids. My hobbies are reading, gardening,and swimming.
Teachermtourville@fcsuvt.org / 802.527. 6480 /
I have taught in quite a few area schools over the last 20 years, and I can honestly say that BFA is my favorite! The students and teachers here care more about the community, their learning, and each other than anywhere else I've been. I live in Georgia with my husband and two kids (Allison is 13 and Joseph is 10). In my free time I enjoy riding horses, spending time on the lake, reading, gardening, and hanging out with my family. I love being a teacher because every day is an adventure. My goal is to help students make personal connections to what we are doing in class. I believe that students learn more when they see that what we are learning matters.
Summer Assignment Letter (81.1 KiB)
Summer Assignment #1 (72.1 KiB)
Summer Assignment #2 (134.1 KiB)
Mr. Archambault: Accelerated Foundation Literature Summer Assignment