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Mrs. Theresa Hickey
(in Bath, England - July 2013)
Courses 2016-2017
World History II CP
World History II CPA
Freshman Seminar

Contact Information
email:  tess_hickey@wrsd.net
phone: (508) 829- 6771  extension 2066
            (***Please email me first to set up a time to talk on the phone.)  

Important Dates

Wachusett Regional High School
Mission Statement and Core Values

"Wachusett Regional High School is committed to an educational process that fosters independence and responsibility in our students. By offering diverse, challenging, academic programs and rich co-curricular activities, WRHS strives to provide students with the skills and knowledge to achieve their potential as life-long learners."

We work toward achieving this mission by promoting our core values of

  • Citizenship and Responsibility
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Creativity and Innovation

WRHS Learning Expectations

While mastering individual course content, it is expected WRHS students will

Click on each link to see the related school-wide rubric for each expectation.  These rubrics will be used in my class throughout the year.

                                                Plagiarism Policy


All students’ academic work must reflect their own honest efforts. Cheating and plagiarism in any form will not be tolerated. This includes, but is not limited to copying homework, papers, lab reports, or quiz or test answers; acquiring or disseminating quizzes or tests before they are administered; or using information from the Internet or other outside sources without proper attribution.

Any student known to have cheated will be subjected to penalties, up to receiving “0” for the work. Possible penalties will be made known to each class by the teacher and will be included in the course syllabus.

Students who collaborate with others in cheating by allowing their papers to be copied or by other means will be subjected to penalties commensurate with their involvement, which may include the student receiving “0” for the work or suffering significant grade reduction.

In all cases, the principal or the class administrator along with the department head and teacher will be informed about both the incident and the penalty imposed, and the parent(s) or guardian(s) will be notified. The administration reserves the right to impose other penalties up to and including removal from the course, removal from honor societies, and loss of eligibility for scholarships with “honor” as criteria.