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  • Hi Everyone!


    During this distance learning time from April 6th - May 21st 2020, you will not find assignments here. I will be providing ESOL supports for students in the classes where I normally see students (8th ELA - Ms. Pfaff and 7th Math - Mr. Stuhlmann). You can find those supports on my "Assignment Help" page, AND in Ms. Pfaff's and Mr. Stuhlmann's online classes. Please find those here:

    Ms. Pfaff's Web Page
    Ms. Pfaff's Team

    Mr. Stuhlmann's Web Page
    Mr. Stuhlmann's Team

    In addition, I will be adding Learning Resources that may be helpful or fun for you to explore. If you are not in the ESOL program, please still consider using any of these resources. 

    In addition to continuing our learning, it is also important for us to take care of ourselves, physically and mentally. Try to get plenty of rest, get some exercise, do something fun, and socialize virtually. Remember that in difficult times, it is important for us to be kind, empathetic, and supportive of each other. If you need support, please click here. We can do this together. Take care, and be well ♥

  • Ms. Abigail Cook

    English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

    Collaboration with Mr. Stuhlmann (7th Math)
    Collaboration with Ms. Pfaff (8th ELA)
    Collaboration with Ms. Schnell (Special Education)

    Contact:
    Email: abigail.cook@slps.org
    Phone: 314-492-1715
    Location: Busch ESOL Office

    Office Hours:
    Email Anytime. I will respond Monday-Friday 8am-3pm.
    Call Monday-Friday 8am-12pm, or set-up a time via email.

  • Biography:

    I have been proud to call SLPS my home since 2010, and to teach at Busch since 2011. After 8 years of teaching 6-8 ELA, I transitioned to teaching 6-8 ESOL. This year, I work with students in the ESOL program during their 8th grade ELA class with Ms. Pfaff, 7th grade Math class with Mr. Stuhlmann, and Special Education with Ms. Schnell.

    When I’m not at Busch, I enjoy being with my family, spending time in my backyard, and getting outdoors. I love learning about history, politics, and social justice, and I continue trying to figure out how to best contribute to anti-racism and equity in our community.