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Recommended Materials:

  The following list is a list of suggestion of what students might find useful in class.

   If students are not able to obtain any supplies for this class, they will  be provided by the teacher upon student request.

  • Agenda Book
  • 3-ring binder or sturdy folder
  • Lined notebook paper, college-ruled
  • Silent reading book from the Accelerated Reader list
  • Pencils and erasers
  • Blue or black pens AND red pens
  • Composition book
  • Pink, yellow, green, and orange highlighters
  • Colored pencils (optional)


35% Reading (including AR)

35% Writing

15% Listening and Speaking

15%  Language Vocabulary (including Stems)


O = 0-2 Infractions

S = 3-5 Infractions

N = 6-8 Infractions

U = 9+ Infractions

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Students will receive two late passes per quarter.  The late pass will allow a student to turn in a completed missing assignment up to one week late for full credit. Broberg Passes will only be accepted during the quarter in which they are distributed.  If a student does not use a late pass, they will be accepted the week before a quarter ends for five extra credit points each if all work has been turned in.



1.  Be on time

2.  Be respectful

3.  Be appropriate

4.  Be engaged

5.  Be prepared

6.  Be aware


The following are rewards the students can earn in Mrs. Broberg's class:

1.  Being in Mrs. Broberg's class

2.  Broberg Bonus Pass

3.  Fun Learning Activities

4.  Games

5.  A.R. Snack/Movie Days

Mrs. Broberg's Homepage

Back to School Night 2018-2019 Presentation

English Textbook Online Access

Be Aware!

 Unfortunately, due to some dishonest activity, all A.R. tests must be taken in Mrs. Broberg's classroom to count.  

2018-2019 School Theme




Use the following link to search the California Department of Education reading list.


Click on the link for your class on the left side of this page.

2018-2019 A.R. Due Dates

Quarter 1: October 17th

Quarter 2: December 17th

Quarter 3: March 13th

Quarter 4: May 24th




Valley View students are expected to demonstrate positive and respectful behavior in class and on our campus at all times.  We expect all students to adhere to the guidelines as outlined in the Valley View Agenda Book.

Classroom Expectations  (See Students' Six B's):

  1. Be On Time 
  2. Be Respectful
  3. Be Appropriate in Voice Level and Behavior
  4. Be Engaged in the Assigned Activity and Follow Directions the First Time
  5. Be Prepared Each Day With Supplies and a Positive Attitude
  6. Be Aware of all Valley View's guidelines

If you Choose to Break a Rule...

First Time:  Verbal warning

Second Time:  Receive an "off-task" toward citizenship or effort grade

Third Time:  Detention/ Teacher Consequence (skipped detentions will double)

Fourth Time:  Phone Call/ Email Home

Fifth Time:  Referral written, student sent to office


Student Responsibilities

1.  Students are expected to follow all classroom rules and procedures

2.  Student work is expected to be neat, complete, and on-time (a significant point deduction will result if these three requirements are not met)

3.  Student work is expected to have the appropriate English Heading:

Name (First & Last)

Mrs. Broberg

Subject/ Period


4.  To ensure student success, students are expected to bring all necessary materials to class everyday!


School Tardy Policy

Being tardy is unacceptable.  Those who are responsible and respectful earn good citizenship.  Being tardy twice to class will negatively affect the citizenship grade for the quarter.  After the fifth time tardy, students will receive a "U" (unsatisfactory) grade in Citizenship.  See Valley View Middle School's Tardy Policy in the Agenda book.

1 tardy = warning

2 tardies = detention

3 tardies = detention & phone call/email home

4-5 tardies = referral & N in Citizenship

6 tardies = referral & a U in Citizenship


Absent Policy

The number of days a student misses class equals the number of days they may complete the assignments they missed.  However, long term assignments are due on their due date with no exceptions, and following an absence, the student must turn the assignment in before school starts in order not to be counted late.  Students may always make up work that they have missed as a result of an absence for full credit.  However, it is a student's responsibility to obtain the information they have missed as a result of an absence, to check the absent work folders, to complete any assignments they have missed (tests, classwork and homework), and to copy down their agenda for any missed days.  Students must make an appointment to make-up any missed tests after school or during homeroom any day of the week (up to one week after you return).


Steps to Getting Work After an Absence

1.  Obtain information from missed days (class website, study buddies, Mrs. Broberg).

2.  Check Absent Work File Box for the date(s) absent.

3.  Complete all missing assignments within the number of days absent (agenda, classwork, homework, tests - make an appointment with Mrs. Broberg to take the test during homeroom or after school).

4.  Write "ABSENT" at the top of all completed assignments and turn in the box for your period.


Late Work Policy

I will accept late work for 60% credit only if it is done neatly and completely within the quarter it was assigned (except for long term assignments and assessments - they must be completed on time or, if absent, turned in before school on the day a student returns from the absence).



Honesty is one of the most important qualities a student can demonstrate. Plagiarizing lying, and cheating are unacceptable.  Plagiarizing is passing someone else's work off as your own.  This includes copying, even if the other person gives you permission.

Plagiarizing will not be tolerated or accepted.  Lenders and copiers will receive no credit for dishonest work.


Technology will be permitted in the classroom and used by teacher direction only, for things such as reading for AR, researching, or studying stems.  Devices will only be used for relevant, classroom activities.  Students using devices inappropriately will lose the opportunity to use their electronic devices in class.  Please see the following information provided to students the first week of school:


  • Parents are expected to agree to the Portable Device Guidelines on AERIES
  • Phones/E-readers/Chromebooks may be used to connect to the internet for relevant classroom activities, like STEMS, research, or finding an AR book.
  • Phones/E-readers/Chromebooks may be used to read for AR or memorize stems


  • Phones/E-readers/Chromebooks will not be used to text, email, or photograph for personal and/or social reasons during class
  • Phones/E-readers/Chromebooks will be used responsibly
  • Phones/E-readers/Chromebooks will be used at times and for purposes directed by the teacher
  • Phones/E-readers/Chromebooks must be placed flat on your desk and not held in an upright position


  • 1st offense= warning
  • 2nd offense= teacher turns student device securely into the main office & parent must pick up the phone from school
  • 3rd offense= student is no longer allowed to use any mobile device in class


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On Facebook:  Follow Valley View in the public group Valley View Middle School

On Twitter:  Follow Valley View @_Vikings_

On Twitter:  Follow Mrs. Broberg @BrobergEnglish


The following are supplies used in the classroom year round, and any donation is greatly appreciated:

1.  Boxes of Tissue

2.  Tennis balls (new or used for the bottom of our desks)

3.  Printer paper or construction paper

4.  Green, Yellow, and Pink Highlighters

5.  Red pens!!!!

6.  Pencils, pens (blue or black)

7.  Colored pencils/crayons/washable markers

8.  Used/ unwanted AR books for classroom library

10.  Dividers

11.  Page protectors (clear, plastic)

12.  Large poster-sized Post-it paper

13.  Post-it notes (small)

14.  Glue sticks


Debbie Broberg was born and raised in Davenport, Iowa in a large family of seven boys and three girls.  She attended college in Utah at BYU, served a mission in Brazil, and after marrying her husband, David, moved to Southern California for him to work in the film industry. Before starting a family, Mrs. Broberg worked for Disney Studios as a research analyst.  Later, she worked as a school librarian for many years before returning to college for her master's degree and teaching credential.

Before joining the Valley View staff four years ago, Mrs. Broberg taught at Royal High School.  In addition to teaching 8 CP English, MST 8H English, and an MST Elective, she serves at the English Language Development Department Chair here at Valley View.  Last year she received her administrative credential.


New Grandbaby! Ty Durrant Born May 22, 2018

New Grandbaby! Ty Durrant Born May 22, 2018
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