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Mrs. Johnson / Deaf and Hard of Hearing Center Base Program

Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year!!!  I teach deaf and hard of hearing (d/hh) students at Centennial High School the home of the MIGHTY BULLDOGS!!!  The Deaf Education Program is a Center Base Program.  I am at the school all day to service children with a hearing loss.  I am thrilled that we our housed at an amazing high school.  Centennial is a GREAT place to get a quality education.  I am excited to get the year underway, and look forward to meeting all of you. Please come to school ready to learn and challenge yourself in performing your best. 

I will be teaching D/HH English I-IV, American Sign Language, Learning Strategies, 10th grade Lit. & Comp. and 11th grade Lit. & Comp.  You may e-mail me at any time, and I will respond as soon as possible.   

See You Soon,
Mrs. Johnson 
If you have questions at anytime, please send me an e-mail at or call me at 549-7630. 

We are planning to attend this year's D/HH Track and Field Day in Denver.  The students enjoy being a part of this day, and meeting new friends and seeing old ones from Highlands Ranch High School.  It is important for d/hh students to have interaction with other d/hh students around the state.

                                                            SUPPLY LIST FOR

                                    D/HH English, American Sign Language and Learning Strategies.

3 ring binder (2 inches)

3 ring binder (1 inch)

2 packages of loose leaf college ruled paper

1 package of dividers

1 ream (package) of printer paper

1 black and 1 red pen

1 bottle hand sanitizer

2 large boxes of kleenex

PENCILS everyday!!! (Or bring a package of 48 for the first semester for yourself)

color pencils