My name is Evelyn Guess and I teach 3rd grade at J.L. Lomax in Valdosta, GA. I have been teaching for 8 years and love educating children and watching them grow. I am married to Russell Guess and we have 3 daughters. I love spending time with my family, my dogs, and watching Nascar races. My favorite driver is Dale Earnhardt Jr. I hope to add things to this page that will be very helpful to my students and their parents.
There are many ways to format text! You can make text bold, you can make text italic, or you can use
strikeout or underline options. Text can be BIG or small. Want text in a different color like red or blue?
You can even c o m b i n e the options.
“Block quotes are a great way to emphasize text.”
- George Washington (probably)
Paragraph and List Formatting
The default setting for paragraph text is left-aligned, non-justified text.
If you'd like, you can use right-aligned text.
Or even center-aligned text.
You can also justify text which fills in all of the horizontal space for a paragraph. When using this setting, your text will always fill in left to right for anything but the last line of a paragraph, just like you see in magazines and newspapers. This paragraph is a bit long, and it's just here to show you an example of justified text.
Want to create a numbered list?
- You can talk about one fish.
- Two fish.
- Perhaps even red fish or blue fish.
Bulleted lists are fun too.
- You can created a list of items.
- Add as many items as you'd like.
- You can even nest lists by pressing the Tab key on your keyboard.
- But wait, there's more!
|This is a table.|
|Tables are great for tabular data.|
|Or just putting things in order.|
|Right click tables for options.|
Tip: You can copy the website address of any of your pages in a browser and paste it into the "URL" box when creating a link in the editor.
All that's left is your imagination and your plans! When you're ready, you can delete everything on this page and get started with your own content.
Remember, the changes you make here won't go live to the world until you click the Publish button above, and you can always save changes to your draft by clicking the Save button.
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