Ms. Margaret M. Donlon

Phone: 585-328-7454 ext. 3210

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

St. John Fisher College Master of Science in Adolescent Literacy Nazareth College of Rochester Bachelor of Arts in English Literature,Sec. Edu. NYS Permanent Certification, ELA 7-12

Ms. Margaret M. Donlon

During this time of school closing and uncertainty, please find excellent, free educational resources for all students grades Pre-K to High School at this link:  Amazing Educational Resources Pre-K to 12
 
Also, for my School #19 students and families, please feel free to contact me via my email:  Margaret.Donlon@rcsdk12.org. I would be happy to guide your learning during our time off. I am posting lessons and materials in our google classrooms for students to access. Students, be sure to remember to "turn-in" assignment via our google classrooms.  Here is a link for a "HOW-TO" Guide for School #19 Distance Learning.
 
 
 
I am the Instructional Support Coach for Dr. Charles T. Lunsford School #19, grades 6,7 & 8. I have been an English teacher in the Rochester City School District for 20 years and an Instructional Coach for 11 of those years serving grades 6-12.  I am here to support our Middle School students, families and teachers in content areas. Please feel free to contact me - best contact is to email me - with any questions related to student learning, curriculum, or anything else that you may want to know more about. I am glad to help in any way, and I am happy to serve as a school liaison for students and families at Dr. Charles T. Lunsford School #19. (For my families speaking different languages - please use the "translate this page" tab at the top of this screen)
 
I am thrilled to be co-teaching English 7 and English 8 this year with Ms. Massey, Ms. Schwarzmueller, and Ms. Hart.  
 
 
 
Thank you,
 
Margaret M. Donlon 
Instructional Support & English Teacher
Dr. Charles T. Lunsford School #19 (Grades 6-8)
465 Seward Street
Rochester, New York 14608
585.328.7454 ext. 3210
 
 
"All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence."
-Martin Luther King, Jr