Well, not quite yet. See your class for up-to-date information about expectations for the rest of the year and information on past assignments, if needed for make-up work.
Thank you, students, for taking the PARCC test and for taking it seriously. It is a harder test than past standardized tests, but don’t worry about it. This is a trial run. Try it out below. If you’ve already worked … Continue reading
Instead of posting only major assignments and reading schedules on my website, I will try to post every day’s activities and homework (of which there is little, besides the reading). So if you miss a day, check this website (click … Continue reading
For those paying close attention to Infinite Campus grades, please read this! If you look toward the end of the entered scores, you will see one or two assignments worth 100 points. This isn’t as scary as it looks. If … Continue reading
Well, this is not really about gratitude or family or food, although Thanksgiving is certainly a wonderful celebration of these things. It is about GRADES. I am always a week behind in grading. Now: I am MORE than a week … Continue reading
Regarding grades: I hope to have most 1st quarter grades finalized by Sunday night; they are due the following evening. Because of the 3-4 weeks when IC was unavailable to me, the grades are rather approximate. I have left more … Continue reading
Everybody loves airing dirty laundry, right? Well, in the distant past, at DSA, we used to hold our P/T conferences in the cafeteria (this was in the old DSA, at Byers), because of a few ugly incidents. I’m remembering that … Continue reading
As of Monday afternoon, Infinite Campus now works for me. However, it will take some time to enter all of the assignments I have been recording on paper, so, this will probably be a weekend assignment for me.
To find out what I’ve posted recently, click on the class in which you are interested. The school year of 2014-15 is already shaping up to be a great one!
Advanced Placement Literature and Composition students: Please read a dystopian novel over the summer. We do not have one in our syllabus, but knowing one well can sometimes be very helpful on the AP Lit test in May. I would … Continue reading