8th Grade Pre/AP ELAR and Yearbook

  • Welcome back Bobcats to another great year at Berry Miller Junior High. I look forward to meeting each of you and helping you become the best writer you can be. During the school year, we will work on fine tuning your writing using mentor text and write more than just an essay. Together, we will work on expanding your skills and help you to discover new ways for you to strive to become a more effective writer.


     Cat Meme

    Alpha (1st Period) - Power Reading

    Yearbook (2nd Period) - Yearbook

    Miller Moment

    Conference 10:52 - 11:42

    Beta (4th & 5th Period) - PreAP ELAR

    Gamma (6th & 7th) - PreAP ELAR



Ms. Shuptar

Phone: 281-997-3900


Degrees and Certifications:

BS in Agricultural Communications and Journalism

Ms. Shuptar

Welcome to my 8th grade ELAR and yearbook class. My name is Cassandra Shuptar, and I will be guiding your student through the maze that is language arts. During the year, we will not only focus on the types of writing you student will encounter during their academic career, such as narratives, expository, research, etc., but we will also be incorporating more writing into their daily writing that will focus more on real world writing. We will also be rmore popular novels with topics/characters relatable to your student. My goal this year is to help your student become, or at least start to become, a well-rounded reader and writer. I don’t know about you, but I surely don’t write essays every day, even as an ELAR teacher, and I am sure you don’t as well. But I do read or listen to books daily. My hope is to share that love with you throughout the year.


The link below is to a form that I have asked parents to fill out. The last question on the form gives you the opportunity to tell me a little bit about your child that you feel I should know. This is not something I will share with them or other student’s. This is to help me learn more about who your child is apart from the student I see every day in class.