Eighth - Twelfth Grade
Students are learning how to solve equations and inequalities
Students are learning inequalities and functions
Students are learning about polynomials
We are covering algebraic and geometric proofs as well as lines
Math for College Algebra
We are covering polynomials and expressions
We are working on a research project. Students and researching a specific career. They will write a collaborative paper with their partner and create a PowerPoint for a presentation.
We are working on a research project. Students and researching how to survive a specific natural disaster. They will write a collaborative paper with their partner and create a PowerPoint for a presentation
Announcements: Please make sure you are studying for your grammar/ spelling/vocabulary test.
This week's star students are: Sam Hamilton, Hailey Elkins, and Karcen Hightower.
Students are studying themes and the effect of the plot on a story's theme.
Students are currently writing an argumentative essay. They will be moving on to the plot and theme soon.
600 BCE - 600 CE Second-Wave Civilizations
The rise and fall of empires
Empire of Alexander the Great
Rise of Rome
The Roman Empire
Helps students understand why we live under the rule of law, and how laws are created, enforced, interpreted, and changed. The course enables students to examine diverse areas of law, including criminal, civil, constitutional, and international. It also explores civil rights issues and the role of advocacy, civics, and the media in our legal system.
LESSON 1 1763–1776 Self–Government or Tyranny
LESSON 2 1776 The Declaration of Independence
LESSON 3 1776–1783 The War of Independence
LESSON 4 1783–1789 The United States Constitution
Finish unit 2-comunication