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First Day of School

Monday, August 17 is the first day of school for the 2020-21 term.  Students enrolled in the Traditional Learning Framework will begin the 1st 9 weeks in Remote Learning due to the current COVID-19 health situation.  For information about what that will look like this year, please click the more information button below to view the Reset Plan Information Hub.

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Mrs. Jennifer Dill

My name is Jennifer Dill and I teach 8th grade World History (honors and regular). I have been teaching at HJHS since 2015 and taught at Hoover High School from 1993-2008. I was born in Huntsville, but moved away at a young age, spending most of my life in Birmingham. I have a daughter who attends Blossomwood Elementary School. I am passionate about teaching at HJHS and about making it the best school it can be, not only because it is where I work, but also because it is where my own child will attend school in a few years. I want all of my students to be successful and to leave 8th grade on a path that will help them to be college and/or career ready.

I post class notes and assignments on Canvas. All students enrolled in my class are automatically enrolled in Canvas, so no special code or login is needed.
Education: 
B.A. from Birmingham-Southern College and M.A. from the University of Alabama Birmingham
Certifications: 
Class A, Secondary Grades 6-12
General Social Science
Phone: 
(256) 428-7700
Grade: 
8
Department: 
Social Studies
Experience: 
I graduated from Birmingham-Southern College with a major in History and English and a minor in Sociology. I received my Master’s of Education degree from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. I taught at Hoover High School for 14 years before moving to Huntsville when I got married in 2008.

Email:
jennifer.dill@hsv-k12.org