The US I courses will encompass the establishment of European colonies in North America through the late 19th century. Highlighted topics will include the American Revolution, the U.S. Constitution, early industrialization, the westward movement, the Antebellum period, the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the modernization of America during the latter 1800's.
US II will cover the significant events of the 20th century and their impact on the world we live in. Highlighted topics will include the Progressive Era, Imperialism, World War I, the Great Depression, World War II, The Cold War (including the Korean War and Vietnam), and the Civil Rights Era.
Sports & Entertainment Marketing is a new one semester elective that will lead students into two of the most exciting and competitive businesses in the world. Sports and entertainment are everywhere-not just in ballparks and theaters, but at schools, on TV and radio, in stores, and on the internet. The course will do more than just teach students about the two industries. It will help students to succeed in careers in these fields by teaching skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, and key workplace competencies such as responsibility, self-management, leadership, and integrity.
Students, please make sure you are prepared with the following:
-blue/black pen and pencils
-single subject notebook
-a CHARGED Chromebook
As per district policy, the use of any unapproved electronic devices by students will be strictly prohibited.
District Grading Policy: