Mr. Galvez's Home Page

"Read, read, read. Read everything -- trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it. Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice and studies the master. Read! You'll absorb it. Then write. If it's good, you'll find out. If it's not, throw it out of the window." ~William Faulkner 

All Classes' Pertinent Login Codes 
Class (Period)Turnitin Class IDTurnitin Enrollment KeyGoogle Classroom CodeNoRedInk Password
American Lit & Comp (1)18856876ALC013g9ubkvcreative drum 53
American Lit & Comp (6)18856893ALC06vm1nqphamused salsa 36
American Lit & Comp (7)18856915ALC07t076wlnplastic river 64
American Lit & Comp (8)18856940ALC08a80zr2dry tree 67
British Literature II (2)18756478BLC02aixc9bN/A

Contact Information
847-392-4050 ext. 300

  • All students must use their Saint Viator email address for Turnitin. No other email addresses will be recognized or permitted.
  • All major writing assignments, as well as others indicated by the teacher, must be submitted to Turnitin.
  • In order to receive full credit, students must submit a hard copy to the teacher on the due date, and the assignment must also be submitted to the Turnitin website by the time class begins. Failure to complete both steps will result in the assignment being counted as late. 
  • These late assignments will be graded according to the department’s late policy (see below). 

Late work is defined as any assignment not submitted at the beginning of class on the date it is due. Late work will be scored according to the following scale:
    1. Up to 1 day late: 25% deduction from earned score
    2. 2 days late: 50% deduction from earned score
    3. More than 2 days late: no credit will be earned

Mr. Galvez's Daily Schedule:
 Period Class Room
 1American Lit & Comp 230
 HRSophomores 230
 2British Lit & Comp II 230
 4Lunch SupervisionQuerbes Hall 
 6American Lit & Comp 230
 7American Lit & Comp 227
 8American Lit & Comp 230