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  • A37: Eminent Domain Viewing Guide
    Learning TargetI will explain what is Eminent Domain and how it is used by the government. 
      1. Take A38: Eminent Domain Viewing Guide from the shelf and head it.
      2. Take out the Assignment Card and A37: Outline Map Chpt. 9 - 13 States Become 16.
      3. Review the Learning Target.
      4. Fill out the revised Assignment Card.
      5. Compete A38: Eminent Domain Viewing Guide and A37: Outline Map Chpt. 9 - 13 States Become 16 tonight.

      Unintended Consequences: Eminent Domain Viewing Guide

      Amendment Five:...nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.


      ESCONDIDO: 20 homes jeopardized by Bear Valley widening project - David Garrick writes about a local example of how eminent domain, a power granted to government for public use by the Fifth Amendment, affects people. February 27, 2009
      VISTA: City wants to redevelop motel property - Cigi Ross explains reasons the property owner is not interested in selling his motel to the city of Vista. October 31, 2009
      Pfizer to Leave City That Won Land-Use Case - Patrick McGeehan how Pfizer is leaving New London after their tax reductions are set to expire. November 12, 2009
      Posted Feb 23, 2018, 10:37 AM by James Garritson
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    • Trimester II Grades & C.U.B. Information
      Trimester II ends next Friday, March 2. Students need to turn in any missing work immediately. Some students and parents are asking questions about the C.U.B. (Celebrating Unity Ball) and the date of this event. Any student who has Mr. Garritson as their Social Studies/History teacher will attend the Bruin C.U.B. Further information is posted on the C.U.B. page.  

      The CUBs are on these two Friday dates: April 27 for the Kodiaks and May 4 for the Bruins. Students who have Mr. Garritson for social studies will attend the Bruin CUB. Students who have Mrs. Sabbs-Hall will attend the Kodiak CUB. Here is the introduction to the C.U.B. letter that students and parents will receive in upcoming weeks:

      Your attendance in costume is required at the most important social event of the season. To celebrate the unity of the United States of America, Bear Valley Middle School is hosting the annual Celebrating Unity Ball. This highly memorable and educational event is a student assessment that blends the physical education dance unit with social studies curriculum related to nineteenth century American culture. Students will attend the C.U.B. hosted by their social studies teacher on these two evenings:

      Kodiak Ball

      Friday, April 27

      6 - 8 p.m.

      Bruin Ball

      Friday, May 4

      6 - 8 p.m.

      Posted Feb 21, 2018, 4:15 PM by James Garritson
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