Welcome to World History!

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Welcome to our class website! A place where students and parents can find information about class schedules, assignments, and additional resources that students can use to improve their skills and comprehension. This is certainly a site "Under Construction"!  I will be adding things as I see a need arise, find interesting items, and figure out the technology to make it work.

My goal is to provide the tools that will help each of you be successful. This begins in the classroom and our class website is an extension of those tools. Communication is a key element in the effectiveness of this page so use it to help you organize, plan, and participate... then tell me how it helped you or did not help you. That will help ME add items to help you!


My schedule: 

1st        7:55 – 8:40 World History

2nd      8:44 – 9:29 Honors World History

3rd       9:33-10:18 Honors World History

4th       10:22 – 10:45 *Academic Period - GT Interviews                                                                                                        

5th       10:49-11:34 Honors World History

6th       11:38-12:23 World History

B          12:23-12:53 Lunch

7th      12:57-1:42 Honors World History

8th      1:46-2:31 Conference 

9th       2:35-3:20 World History



*Academic Period

This time during 4th period every day is meant to be used as a tutorial time, homework time, or a period in which students can get caught up on absent/missing work. If you have missing or failing work that needs to be redone for ANY class, this period should be used to complete this work. Please make sure you bring something to work on, and do not ask to go to other teachers during this period.



  • Writing Utensil - pen or pencil - not red, gold, or yellow
  • 1 Composition Notebook, spiral, OR loose leaf paper


  • EXTRA CREDIT -  Kleenex - this option ends after the conclusion of the first nine weeks of classes, and may be re-opened periodically throughout the school year as the need arises.  Worth an EXTRA daily grade. 
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