DCMS School Weekly Newsletter

DCMS School Weekly Newsletter


DeSoto County Schools Website


Nikki Grammer

Special Education

If you have any questions or concerns please contact me through the contact link above or through school status. If you are trying to email me using the email scheme, my first name is Julia.

J Grammer


M.A.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction 

Emphasis in Special Education                            


The University of Mississippi

B.A.Ed. in Elementary Education

B.A.Ed. in Special Education


Classes I have taught:

8th Grade SPED / Inclusion

6th Grade Resource Math


Meme Time

Wash Your Hands :)

Tech Help

Does your student need to get into their school email account?


To submit a help ticket or get tech tips, visit www.dcsdms.org/kb.


If you do not know your student's email or password to access their email, let me know, and I can help you. 


They can log in to their email here -  https://login.microsoftonline.com/


Information on current DCS technology news and status can be found at  www.dcsdms.org


Welcome back to School! Please log in to Schoology for updates and information.


I can't wait to meet y'all!

Ms. Grammer's Twitter

MDE - Learning at Home

Resources across grade levels can be found at MDE's Learning At Home website. 


6th - 8th Grade specific


Social and Emotional Learning


Family Guides - these have been available all year. They can help breakdown standards and give resources.


Thank you for visiting my page. Let me know if you need anything.

Resources and Links

Fun websites and resources I've found: I will be updating this week as I find more.

Have you checked out the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden's Home Safari? There are lots of great Science terms involved. Think about what specializations and adaptations these animals have to help them in the wild. Which is your favorite animal so far?At this point, they are updating daily. I have thoroughly enjoyed the information so far.



Complete that comic: Comic book activities:



Google Drive packets for ages K-8. Great skills throughout.



Virtual Field Trips:





NASA has opened access to pictures, videos, and sound recordings to the public. You can search for key words. I searched for "Moon" and found this Ask NASA video about the moon.