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  • This is a professional development opportunity to improve our school-wide transitional goals and our relationship with stakeholders.
  • This 2nd semester of American History explores the events following Reconstruction, specifically concentrating on the 20th century's major events such as the two world wars, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights Movement and the Cold War and it's aftermath.  We will view these events in relation to how they affect America's current domestic and global situations.
  • In this course you will be introduced to the basic elements of geometry: points, lines, rays, segments, planes, and angles. You will also be studying how all of these elements relate to one another. You will do this through the use of fundamental rules and properties, which will be introduced throughout the course. These rules that you will be using, are called theorems, postulates, and corollaries. Your job will be to learn what these rules mean and how they are applied to the fundamental geometric elements described above. You will use them to make predictions and draw conclusions and make decisions to find answers to the problems that are presented to you. In the process, we will also be identifying and analyzing other geometric figures that are made from the fundemental elements, such as triangles and other polygons. We will also investigate the relationships between these figure, for example, similarity and congruence.

  • Welcome to Environmental Science. This course is an interdisciplinary study of how nature works and how things in nature are interconnected. Environmental issues affect every part of your life and understanding it will help you in understanding news stories on television, newspapers, and magazines. The concepts and information presented during the class will allow you to be more informed about environmental issues now and in the future.
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  • English III A is an overview of Early American literature. Participants will learn to analyze literary works by applying knowledge of literary devices, thematic development, and contextual, syntactical, and semantic cues. Successful completion of this course will enable participants to integrate reading and writing strategies throughout their lives and prepare for the ACT and the PAWS. Completing this course at a proficient level satisfies one-half unit of the language arts graduation requirement.
  • English III A is an overview of Early American literature. Participants will learn to analyze literary works by applying knowledge of literary devices, thematic development, and contextual, syntactical, and semantic cues. Successful completion of this course will enable participants to integrate reading and writing strategies throughout their lives and prepare for the ACT
    and the PAWS. Completing this course at a proficient level satisfies one-half unit of the language arts graduation requirement.
  • Language Arts III B
  • In this course students will learn how the United States' government was founded and how it works. The concepts studied in this course are Growth of Democracy, Federalism, Separation of Powers, Checks and Balances, Civil Liberties, Civil Rights, Civic Participation, Comparative Government, Global Perspectives, Constitutional Interpretations, Political Processes, Public Policy, and Free Enterprise. Student work and discussion will center around primary source documents. It is my hope that students of this course will become more positive, interested and contributing United States citizens.

  • This is a supplemental course site for English 4B at Swift Creek High School. We will use the Moodle portal for some of our writing assignments, some group forums, and some of the learning materials.
  • SCLC students use this online course to complete in-class assignments.
  • SCLC students use this site as a resource for in-class assignments.
  • This website provides supporting documents and links to content for the corresponding on-site SCLC class.
  • This website provides supporting documents and links to content for the corresponding on-site SCLC class.
  • SCLC students use this platform to complete in-class assignments, including journals, quizzes, and webquests.





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