For this week


This short week before Thanksgiving break we will take Pre Tests to see what you know about the upcoming time periods, and practice for the Geography Bee. We might watch some of the Roots and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington videos.

Charles Lindbergh Reconstruction Ends Reconstruction The Presidency of Andrew Johnson Restoring the Union The American Civil War The Last Campaigns The American Civil War Behind the Battlelines The American Civil War's Western Theater Part 2 The American Civil War's Western Theater Part 1 The American Civil War's Eastern Theater Part 2 The American Civil War's Eastern Theater Part 1 The American Civil War Begins Secession The Republican Party Begins John F. Kennedy

Upcoming Assignments

Friday, November 16, 2018

Our Essential Question is “How did the United States obtain a large part of the southwestern United States from Mexico?” We will review “The Mexican-American War” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “In your opinion, was the United States correct to expand past our Rocky Mountain borders all the way to the Pacific Coast? Would America be the country that it is today if we did not acquire that land? Should we have gone further by attempting to acquire all of Canada and Mexico?” We will watch a video on the Alamo. We will have our current events competition.

Homework:

Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Monday, November 19, 2018

Our first Essential Question is what do you know about the events leading to the Civil War, and about Civil War and Reconstruction? We will take a Pre-Test on the time period from 1850-1876. We will take our Student Learning Objective (SLO) test. We might watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What do you know about how our national government works?” We will have shortened classes today. We will watch some of the Mr. Smith Goes to Washington video.

Homework:

Read and download “The California Gold Rush” Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. The Essay Question is: “You travel to California in 1849. What do you think will be a better decision: becoming a gold miner, or operating a business where the miners will spend their money?” Work on the 50 States Map.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Our Essential Question is “How successful would you have been during the California Gold Rush?” We will review “The California Gold Rush” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “You travel to California in 1849. What do you think will be a better decision: becoming a gold miner, or operating a business where the miners will spend their money?” We will begin our Gold Rush Activity. We might see a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Homework:

Read and download “The California Gold Rush” Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. The Essay Question is: “You travel to California in 1849. What do you think will be a better decision: becoming a gold miner, or operating a business where the miners will spend their money?” Work on the 50 States Map.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Our Essential Question is “How successful were you in the Gold Rush?” We will complete our Gold Rush activity. We might practice a couple of rounds of the Geography Bee.

Homework:

Read and download the materials for the Privacy vs. Security Debate that we will have on Tuesday December 4th. Work on the 50 States Map.

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Our Essential Question is “Should the government be allowed to collect private information about its citizens in order to better protect its citizens?” We will research privacy versus security for a debate that we will have on Tuesday, December 4th. We might play our current events game.

Homework:

Work on the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3”). Research the privacy versus security debate Proposition and Opposition positions.

Friday, November 30, 2018

The 50 States Map is due today!Our Essential Question is “Should the government be allowed to collect private information about its citizens in order to better protect its citizens?” We will research privacy versus security for a debate that we will have on Tuesday, December 4th.

Homework:

Work on the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3”). Research the privacy versus security debate Proposition and Opposition positions.

Monday, December 3, 2018

Our Essential Question is “Should the government be allowed to collect private information about its citizens in order to better protect its citizens?” We will continue our research on privacy versus security for a debate that we will have on Tuesday, December 4th.

Homework:

Prepare for Tuesday’s debate. Research the privacy versus security debate Proposition and Opposition positions. Work on the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3”).

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Our Essential Question is “Should the government be allowed to collect private information about its citizens in order to better protect its citizens?” We will have our Privacy vs. Security Debate.

Homework:

Read and download “The Compromise of 1850” Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. The Essay Question is: “In your opinion, who gained more from the Compromise of 1850, the free states or the slave states?” Study the Gettysburg Address (1st Two Paragraphs for a “3”).

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events led to the American Civil War?” We will review “The Compromise of 1850” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “In your opinion, who gained more from the Compromise of 1850, the free states or the slave states?” We will review when the United States acquired its territories. We will watch a little of the “Young Mr. Lincoln” video.

Homework:

Read and download the “Bleeding Kansas” power points and pdfs. The Essay Question is: “Describe how the Fugitive Slave Act, the Kansas-Nebraska Act, and the Dred Scott decision contributed to the American Civil War.”Study the Gettysburg Address (1st Two Paragraphs for a “3”)which is due January 7th.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events led to the American Civil War?” We will review the “Bleeding Kansas” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “Describe how the Fugitive Slave Act, the Kansas-Nebraska Act, and the Dred Scott decision contributed to the American Civil War.” We will become more familiar with the Underground Railroad. We will watch a little of the Young Mr. Lincoln video.

Homework:

Read and download “The Republican Party Begins” power points and pdfs.The Essay Question is: “How do you think the United States would have been different if Stephen Douglas was elected President of the United States in 1860?” Study the Gettysburg Address (1st Two Paragraphs for a “3”)which is due January 7th.

Friday, December 7, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events led to the American Civil War?” We will review “The Republican Party Begins” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “How do you think the United States would have been different if Stephen Douglas was elected President of the United States in 1860?” We will watch a clip from the video Young Mr. Lincoln.

Homework:

Read and download the “Secession” power points and pdfs. The Essay Question is: “Was John Brown a hero who should be admired, or was he a terrorist?” Study the Gettysburg Address (1st Two Paragraphs for a “3”)which is due January 7th.

Monday, December 10, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What events led the American Civil War?” We will review the “Secession” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “Was John Brown a hero who should be admired, or was he a terrorist?” We will look at original newspapers during the period of the Harpers Ferry Insurrection, the election of Abraham Lincoln, and the secession of South Carolina. We will watch a little of the Young Mr. Lincoln Movie. We might watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Read and download “The American Civil War Begins” power points and PDFs. The Essay Question is: “If you had been in charge of the United States’ armed forces during the American Civil War, what would have been your strategy to defeat the Confederate states?” Study the Gettysburg Address (1st Two Paragraphs for a “3”)which is due January 7th.

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events led to the American Civil War?” We will review “The American Civil War Begins” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “If you had been in charge of the United States’ armed forces during the American Civil War, what would have been your strategy to defeat the Confederate states?” We will play the Stratego Game for the final time.

Homework:

Read and download “The American Civil War’s Eastern Theater Part 1” power points and pdfs. The Essay Question is: “What were some strengths and some weaknesses of United States army commanders in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War? What do you think are the characteristics of an ideal military commander?” Study the Gettysburg Address (1st Two Paragraphs for a “3”)which is due January 7th.

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the American Civil War?” We will review “The American Civil War’s Eastern Theater Part 1” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “What were some strengths and some weaknesses of United States army commanders in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War? What do you think are the characteristics of an ideal military commander?” We will start our Civil War board game competition. We might watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Read and download “The American Civil War’s Eastern Theater Part 2” power points and pdfs. The Essay Question is: “What do you believe was the most important battle of the American Civil War in the Eastern Theater? Fully explain the importance of that battle’s outcome. Study the Gettysburg Address (1st Two Paragraphs for a “3”)which is due January 7th.”

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the American Civil War?” We will review “The American Civil War’s Eastern Theater Part 2” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “What do you believe was the most important battle of the American Civil War in the Eastern Theater? Fully explain the importance of that battle’s outcome.” We will watch a little of the Gettysburg movie.

Homework:

Study for your quiz, your map test, and your essay test on “Secession,” “The American Civil War Begins,” “The American Civil War’s Eastern Theater Part 1,” and “The American Civil War’s Eastern Theater Part 2.” An Essay Question is: “Was John Brown a hero who should be admired, or was he a terrorist?” Another Essay Question is: “If you had been in charge of the United States’ armed forces during the American Civil War, what would have been your strategy to defeat the Confederate states?” Another Essay Question is: “What were some strengths and some weaknesses of United States army commanders in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War? What do you think are the characteristics of an ideal military commander?” Another Essay Question is: “What do you believe was the most important battle of the American Civil War in the Eastern Theater? Fully explain the importance of that battle’s outcome.” Study the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3.”

Friday, December 14, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the American Civil War?” Today you will have your quiz, your map test, and your essay test on “Secession,” “The American Civil War Begins,” “The American Civil War’s Eastern Theater Part 1,” and “The American Civil War’s Eastern Theater Part 2.” An Essay Question is: “Was John Brown a hero who should be admired, or was he a terrorist?” Another Essay Question is: “If you had been in charge of the United States’ armed forces during the American Civil War, what would have been your strategy to defeat the Confederate states?” Another Essay Question is: “What were some strengths and some weaknesses of United States army commanders in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War? What do you think are the characteristics of an ideal military commander?” Another Essay Question is: “What do you believe was the most important battle of the American Civil War in the Eastern Theater? Fully explain the importance of that battle’s outcome.”

Homework:

Read and download “The American Civil War’s Western Theater Part 1” power points and pdfs. The Essay Question is: “What were some strengths and some weaknesses of Confederate States army commanders in the Western Theater of the American Civil War? Explain fully what plan you would have implemented if you had been a Confederate army commander in the Western Theater.”Study the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3.”

Monday, December 17, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the American Civil War?” We will review “The American Civil War’s Western Theater Part 1” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “What were some strengths and some weaknesses of Confederate States army commanders in the Western Theater of the American Civil War? Explain fully what plan you would have implemented if you had been a Confederate army commander in the Western Theater.” We will watch a little of the Gettysburg movie.

Homework:

Read and download “The American Civil War’s Western Theater Part 2” power points and pdfs. The Essay Question is: “What do you believe was the most important battle of the American Civil War in the Western Theater? Fully explain the importance of that battle’s outcome.”Study the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3.”

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the American Civil War?” We will review “The American Civil War’s Western Theater Part 2” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “What do you believe was the most important battle of the American Civil War in the Western Theater? Fully explain the importance of that battle’s outcome.” We will watch a little of a movie on African American soldiers titled “Glory.”

Homework:

Read and download “The American Civil War Behind the Battlelines” power points and pdfs.The Essay Question is: “President Lincoln was of course fighting the Southern/Confederate states during the American Civil War. With what issues did he clash with individuals in the Northern States concerning the goals of the war and how to achieve those goals? Who do you think was correct and why?” Study the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3.”

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the American Civil War?” We will review “The American Civil War Behind the Battlelines” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. We might have a test on this section. The Essay Question is: “President Lincoln was of course fighting the Southern/Confederate states during the American Civil War. With what issues did he clash with individuals in the Northern States concerning the goals of the war and how to achieve those goals? Who do you think was correct and why?” We might watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Read and download “The American Civil War The Last Campaigns” power points and pdfs. The Essay Question is: “For what reasons was ‘Unconditional Surrender Grant’ very reasonable with Robert E. Lee during the Surrender at Appomattox? How did the event at Wilmer McLean’s parlor at Appomattox affect the future of our country?” Study the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3.”

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the American Civil War?” We will review “The American Civil War The Last Campaigns” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “For what reasons was ‘Unconditional Surrender Grant’ very reasonable with Robert E. Lee during the Surrender at Appomattox? How did the event at Wilmer McLean’s parlor at Appomattox affect the future of our country?” We might watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Study for tomorrow’s quiz, your map test, and your essay test on “The American Civil War’s Western Theater Part 1,” “The American Civil War’s Western Theater Part 2,” “The American Civil War, Behind the Battlelines,” and “The American Civil War, The Last Campaigns.” An Essay Question is: “What were some strengths and some weaknesses of Confederate States army commanders in the Western Theater of the American Civil War? Explain fully what plan you would have implemented if you had been a Confederate army commander in the Western Theater. Another Essay Question is: “What do you believe was the most important battle of the American Civil War in the Western Theater? Fully explain the importance of that battle’s outcome.” Another Essay Question is: “President Lincoln was of course fighting the Southern/Confederate states during the American Civil War. With what issues did he clash with individuals in the Northern States concerning the goals of the war and how to achieve those goals? Who do you think was correct and why?” Another The Essay Question is: “For what reasons was ‘Unconditional Surrender Grant’ very reasonable with Robert E. Lee during the Surrender at Appomattox? How did the event at Wilmer McLean’s parlor at Appomattox affect the future of our country?” Study the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3.”

Friday, December 21, 2018

You should be able to finish the Gettysburg Address today! Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the American Civil War?” You will have your quiz, your map test, and your essay test on “The American Civil War’s Western Theater Part 1,” “The American Civil War’s Western Theater Part 2,” “The American Civil War, Behind the Battlelines,” and “The American Civil War, The Last Campaigns.” An Essay Question is: “What were some strengths and some weaknesses of Confederate States army commanders in the Western Theater of the American Civil War? Explain fully what plan you would have implemented if you had been a Confederate army commander in the Western Theater. Another Essay Question is: “What do you believe was the most important battle of the American Civil War in the Western Theater? Fully explain the importance of that battle’s outcome.” Another Essay Question is: “President Lincoln was of course fighting the Southern/Confederate states during the American Civil War. With what issues did he clash with individuals in the Northern States concerning the goals of the war and how to achieve those goals? Who do you think was correct and why?” Another The Essay Question is: “For what reasons was ‘Unconditional Surrender Grant’ very reasonable with Robert E. Lee during the Surrender at Appomattox? How did the event at Wilmer McLean’s parlor at Appomattox affect the future of our country?”

Homework:

Read and download the “Restoring the Union” power points and pdfs. The Essay Question is: “How do you think the United States would be different today if President Lincoln had not been assassinated, and had finished his second term of office?”

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

6th Period Class is in Gettysburg Today! Our Essential Question is “What do you know about the Battle of Gettysburg?” We will either watch a video on how Hollywood gets you excited about the Founding Fathers, or we will watch the video Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.

Homework:

Memorize the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3.”

Thursday, January 3, 2019

7th Period Class is in Gettysburg Today! Our Essential Question is “What do you know about the Battle of Gettysburg?” We will either watch a video on how Hollywood gets you excited about the Founding Fathers, or we will watch the video Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.

Homework:

Memorize the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3.”

Friday, January 4, 2019

8th Period Class is in Gettysburg Today! Our Essential Question is “What do you know about the Battle of Gettysburg?” We will either watch a video on how Hollywood gets you excited about the Founding Fathers, or we will watch the video Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.

Homework:

Memorize the Gettysburg Address (first two paragraphs for a “3.” Read and download the “Restoring the Union” power points and pdfs. The Essay Question is: “How do you think the United States would be different today if President Lincoln had not been assassinated, and had finished his second term of office?”

Monday, January 7, 2019

The Gettysburg Address is due today! Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the American Civil War?” We will review the “Restoring the Union” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “How do you think the United States would be different today if President Lincoln had not been assassinated, and had finished his second term of office?” We might watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Read and download “The Presidency of Andrew Johnson Basic and Narrative Lesson Power Points/PDFs. The Essay Question is: “If you have lived during this time period, would you have favored President Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction or Congress’ plan for Reconstruction? Explain fully why you would have favored the plan that you chose.”

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the time of Reconstruction?”We will review “The Presidency of Andrew Johnson” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson.The Essay Question is: “If you have lived during this time period, would you have favored President Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction or Congress’ plan for Reconstruction? Explain fully why you would have favored the plan that you chose.” We will watch a video showing race relations in the American South durinjg the 1930s.

Homework:

Read and download the “Reconstruction” Basic and Narrative Lesson Power Points/PDFs. The Essay Question is: “How did the ending of Reconstruction in the 1870s lead to the Civil Rights Movements in the 1950s and the 1960s?”

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the time of Reconstruction?” We will review the “Reconstruction” lesson Basics and Narrative power points/pdfs. The Essay Question is: “How did the ending of Reconstruction in the 1870s lead to the Civil Rights Movements in the 1950s and the 1960s?” We will watch a video showing race relations in the American South during the 1930s.

Homework:

Read and download the “Reconstruction Ends” lesson power points/pdfs. The Essay Question is: “How did the ending of Reconstruction in the 1870s lead to the Civil Rights Movements in the 1950s and the 1960s?”

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the time of Reconstruction?” We will review the “Reconstruction Ends” lesson Basics and Narrative power points/pdfs. The Essay Question is: “How did the ending of Reconstruction in the 1870s lead to the Civil Rights Movements in the 1950s and the 1960s?” We will watch a video showing race relations in the American South during the 1930s.

Homework:

Study for tomorrow’s test on: Restoring the Union, The Presidency of Andrew Johnson, Reconstruction, and Reconstruction Ends. The essay questions are: “How do you think the United States would be different today if President Lincoln had not been assassinated, and finished his second term of office,” and “If you have lived during this time period, would you have favored President Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction or Congress’ plan for Reconstruction? Explain fully why you would have favored the plan that you chose,” and “How did the ending of Reconstruction in the 1870s lead to the Civil Rights Movements in the 1950s and the 1960s?”

Friday, January 11, 2019

Our Essential Question is “What do you know about the Reconstruction Period?” Today you will have your test on: Restoring the Union, The Presidency of Andrew Johnson, Reconstruction, and Reconstruction Ends. The essay questions are: “How do you think the United States would be different today if President Lincoln had not been assassinated, and finished his second term of office,” and “If you have lived during this time period, would you have favored President Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction or Congress’ plan for Reconstruction? Explain fully why you would have favored the plan that you chose,” and “How did the ending of Reconstruction in the 1870s lead to the Civil Rights Movements in the 1950s and the 1960s?”

Homework:

No Homework. Have a great time in Science!

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Our Essential Question is “What are the Expectations for American Cultures?” Today’s class will be an introduction to American Cultures. On the front page of mrhousch.com, click on the Overview tab to view the Course Expectations and the How We Know What We Know lessons.

Homework:

Bring in your completed Personal Information Sheet. Bring in your parent’s guardian’s signature on the Course Expectations Sheet. Acquire a notebook (at least 2 inch) if you have not already acquired one. Acquire headphones if you do not have them.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Our Essential Question is “What do you already know about American History?” You will take some Pretests to see what you already know. We might have time to go over the Preamble to the Constitution.

Homework:

Read and download The English lesson. Our first Essential Question is “Why did the English attempt to plant colonies in North America?” We will go over The English lesson and you will click on this link to get you started.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Our first Essential Question is “Why did the English attempt to plant colonies in North America?” We will go over The English lesson and you will click on this link to get you started.We might have time to go over the Preamble to the Constitution. To have you become familiar with the businesses/organizations that funded the colonists, we might have time to play the Joint Stock Company Game.

Homework:

Read and download the Jamestown lesson power points/pdfs. The Essay question for this lesson is: “If you were a poor English person in the 1600s, would you rather live in England or take a chance and move to Virginia?” Study the Preamble to the United States Constitution.

Friday, January 18, 2019

Our Essential Question is “Where were the first English colonies located?” We will go over the “Jamestown” lesson. The Essay question for this lesson is: “If you were a poor English person in the 1600s, would you rather live in England or take a chance and move to Virginia?” You will start on your group posters. We will end class with our current events competition.

Homework:

On Mrhousch.com read and download the Basics and Narrative power points and pdfs for the Lesson on “Plymouth.” The Essay Question is: The Essay question for this lesson is: “If you were a poor English person in the early 1600s, would you rather have lived in Jamestown, Virginia or in Plymouth, Massachusetts?” Study the Preamble to the Constitution.

Monday, January 21, 2019

Our Essential Question is “Why did the Pilgrims want to leave Europe?” We will go over the “Plymouth” lesson. The Essay Question is: The Essay question for this lesson is: “If you were a poor English person in the early 1600s, would you rather have lived in Jamestown, Virginia or in Plymouth, Massachusetts?” To have you become familiar with this time period we will watch some short video clips on the Colonies and Jamestown. We might review the Preamble to the Constitution. We will finish the group posters.

Homework:

Read and download the Basics and Narrative power points and pdfs for the New England Colonies lesson. The Essay Question is: “If you were a poor English citizen in the early 1600s, would you rather have lived in Plymouth, Massachusetts or in another New England colony? If you want to live in another New England colony, name that colony along with your thorough explanation of why you would want to live there.” Study the Preamble to the Constitution.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Our Essential Question is “What events led to the founding of the other New England Colonies?” We will go over the “New England Colonies” lesson. The Essay Question is: “If you were a poor English citizen in the early 1600s, would you rather have lived in Plymouth, Massachusetts or in another New England colony? If you want to live in another New England colony, name that colony along with your thorough explanation of why you would want to live there.” We will fill out questions for a map showing how and where colonies were established. To have you become familiar with American slavery, we will watch a brief clip from the “Roots” video.

Homework:

On Mrhousch.com read and download the Basics and Narrative Lessons for “The Middle Colonies.” The Essay Question is: “If you were a poor English citizen in the 1600s, would you rather have lived in the Middle Colonies or in the New England Colonies?” Study the Preamble to the Constitution.

Dates to Remember

Friday, November 30, 2018

The 50 States Map is due Today!

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

The Privacy vs. Security Debate is today!

Friday, December 14, 2018

The Secession and American Civil War Begins and American Civil War's Eastern Theater Part 1 and American Civil War's Eastern Theater Part 2 Test is today!

Friday, December 21, 2018

Your "The American Civil War's Western Theater Part 1," and "The American Civil War's Western Theater Part 2," and "The American Civil War Behind the Battlelines," and "The American Civil War, The Last Campaigns" Test is today!

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

6th Period Class goes to Gettysburg Today!

Thursday, January 3, 2019

7th Period Class goes to Gettysburg Today!

Friday, January 4, 2019

8th Period Class goes to Gettysburg Today!

Monday, January 7, 2019

The Gettysburg Address is due Today!

Friday, January 11, 2019

The Restoring the Union, Presidency of Andrew Johnson, Reconstruction, and Reconstruction Ends Test is Today!

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Your English, Jamestown, Plymouth, New England, and Middle Colonies Test is today!

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Washington, D.C. trip is today!

Friday, February 1, 2019

The Immigration Debate is today!

Friday, February 8, 2019

Your Becoming Americans, French and Indian War, and Taxes Test is today!

Thursday, February 14, 2019

The Preamble to the Constitution is Due Today!

Friday, March 15, 2019

The Star Spangled Banner is due Today!

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

The 50 States Map is due Today!

Monday, May 20, 2019

6th Period Class goes to Gettysburg Today!

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

7th Period Class goes to Gettysburg Today!

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

8th Period Class goes to Gettysburg Today!

Thursday, May 23, 2019

The Gettysburg Address is due Today!