• ICT II

    bmendenhall@madison-schools.com
    601-859-0376


     
     

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    Teams Meeting schedule

     
    Live TEAMS times are listed.   

    1/5- 9:00-9:15 live Teams 

    2/6-10:00-10:15 live Teams 

    3/7-11:00-11:15 live Teams 

    4/8-1:00-1:15 live Teams 

     

    Welcome to Mendenhall's Seventh grade - Information and Communication Technology (aka: ICT II)

     
    About Mendenhall
     

    National Board Certified Educator, since 2002

     Bonita Mendenhall is a 1990 Mississippi State University graduate with a Master of Business Computer and Vocational Technology.  She began teaching at Germantown Middle School in 2013 and has taught senior project, graphic design and digital photography from 1995-2012. She is currently one of the Seventh grade Information and Communication Technology II (aka: ICT II)  at GMS.  Mendenhall is originally from Holly Springs, MS and has been married to Ronnie for 30 years.  Their daughter, Kelli, is a senior at Germantown High School!  Kelli plays varsity volleyball and runs track.  The Mendenhall's are members at First Baptist Madison.  She is a member of the International Society for Technology in Education and Mississippi Educational Computing Association. 

    Open door/Open to calls policy 

    Dear Parents,

    If you ever have a question or concern about anything, please email me with your best phone number and I will call you before the end of the day (5:00 p.m..) or when you suggest a best time to be reached. I look forward to getting to know your child and working with them in the computer lab.  My lab is on the seventh grade hall, first door on the left.  aka: South Lab

     

    Open House Handout with Remind Instructions-No Open House for 2020, but this information is good. :-)

     
     
     
     
    The Mendenhall's-2019  
      
     The Mendenhall Family, Kelli, Bonita and Ronnie
        Last Summer at Panama City Beach - June 2019 (pre pandemic) 
     
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