• Welcome to Ed Lindsay's Webpage!

     

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    Ed Lindsay
    Upper Merion High School
    Room: E-214
    Special EducationTeacher

    elindsay@umasd.org

    610-205-3800

     Open House Presentations

    Study Skills: Click here:

    English 10:

    Click here

    English 11: Click here

    English 12: Click here

      

     

     

    Welcome to my website. I am starting my 35th year at Upper Merion Area High School. I have been responsible for teaching various subjects. This year I will be co-teaching English and teaching in the study skills class. Over the years I have been involved in various programs conducted by the school district and the township, for example Gulph Alternative School, Camp Beechtree, Camp Viking, Skills Maintenance and ESY in the summer and homebound instructor. I live in the community. I am married and have five children. I attended La Salle University as an undergraduate and Penn State University for graduate school. I have enjoyed my years at Upper Merion High School and look forward to a great year ahead.

     

    This year as a co-teacher in English 10, English 11 and English 12 classes with Mr. Delgiudice, Mrs. Imhoff and Mrs. Durland I will be coordinating lessons and instruction with them. It is my primary function to ensure that all modifications and specially designed instruction are being implemented. I am available to meet with all students before and after school. There are times during the school day that I may be available for one on one support. Students should make arrangements with me either by email or in person. 

     

    I will be teaching a study skills class this year. This class is designed to support students with their executive functioning needs, in particular with developing their study skills. The students will be supported with their academic assignments and will conference individually with me to discuss their progress with their study skills goal. Strategies will be developed to support students in improving their study skills.

     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on September 21, 2021