Mrs. Jaime Joyce

Phone: 469-219-2180 ext. 80477

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

AA in Musical Theatre, Butler Community College BA in Speech and Theatre Secondary Ed., Wichita State University MA in Theatre, University of Houston

Mrs. Jaime Joyce

I am so excited to be in my sixth year at Prosper High School, and my eigth year teaching. I teach Technical Theatre 1, Theatre 2/3, and Junior Varsity Acting Production, as well as manage the auditorium and its calendar, along with the students that run all of the fine arts events, known as the Eagle Stage Crew. So if working behind the scenes in an environment that reflects what one would experience in a professional setting appeals to you, then come and see me! In my spare time, I enjoy reading and traveling, spending time with my husband Brian, and our cats Oreo and Keanu.

Originally from Wichita, Kansas, I received my Bachelor of Arts in Education, Speech and Theatre, Secondary Education, from Wichita State University, Go Shockers! I recently received my Master of Arts in Theatre from the University of Houston, Go Coogs! I have also been involved in both community and professional theatre. I was previously at Mesquite ISD, where I taught Theatre 1, Technical Theatre 1-4, and was the Technical Director. In addition to studying in Chicago and New York as part of my Masters program, I was able to add studying at the RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art) and the Globe theatre, in London, United Kingdom this past summer. Throughout the year I attend TETA Summerfest and Theatrefest.

Tutorials are available as needed and can be offered before or after school or at a time convenient for both parties in room 1168G. Mondays and Wednesdays I am available for tutoring from 7:55 - 8:25 am. Tutoring after school is by appointment only, due to my after school obligations.

PHS Mission Statement: The mission of Prosper Independent School District is to develop and graduate motivated, academically prepared individuals with the strength of character to make contributions to a rapidly changing society through an educational system that maintains high expectations, provides quality instruction, and establishes a safe, orderly, learning environment in the community that lives its name.

Prosper Eagle Theatre Department Mission Statement: The Prosper High School Theatre Arts program and its instructors are dedicated to the development of individuals who are aesthetically aware, artistically disciplined, and devoted to a life long association with the performing arts, either through direct participation in, or as a culturally enlightened audience member.

 PHS Vision Statement: Prosper Inspires Students' Dreams

Students are the only ones allowed to be enrolled in each classes Google Classrooms.

 

Prosper High School Theatre Website: Prosper Theatre Website

 

Class Supplies

Please refer to the the Prosper Eagle Theatre Department Handbook 2019-2020 for the supplies your student will need for the class. All supplies and forms must be brought to school by September 3, 2019. If this is an issue, please let me know and we will work something out.

 

Meet the Teacher Presentation

 Updated 8/13/19

 

 

 

 

 

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     HOURS

    Each student is responsible for earning hours outside of class for each semester. These are due prior to the end of each semester, and are a test grade. Students may earn hours for completing various tasks or working on various projects throughout the year. More information on how they can accumulate these points will come later. A theatre teacher MUST sign off on the hours and the student must keep track of their own hours.  

    Technical Theatre 1 students require 10 hours each semester

    Theatre 2/3 students require 20 hours each semester

    JV Acting Production students require 20 hours each semester.

     

    Fall Final Exam Schedule

    Dates and schedule is TBD. Early release on Friday December 20, 2019.


    Spring Final Exam Schedule 

    Dates and schedule is TBD. Early release on Friday May 22, 2020. 

    Grading

    Students may be graded periodically over projects, quizzes, and other daily work that is completed in class. Whenever we have a project, students will receive a rubric, a breakdown over what the project covers, and any other materials that may be useful. Whenever possible, I convert these documents electronically and place them in Google Classroom. If the need for dual language accommodation is needed, those needs are met as much as possible. Students are encouraged to be their own advocate in every way. If they feel their needs are not being met, please speak with me and we will work together to find a resolution.

     

     

     

    EAGLE TIME/TUTORIALS

    Monday: PLC

    Tuesday:Eagle Priority

    Wednesday: Tutorials

    Thursday: Duty: Musical

    Friday: Duty: Non-Musical

     

    What does this mean? This means that I am available for tutoring during Eagle Time on Wednesdays from 1:44 - 2:22 pm.

     

    Updated 8/13/19