Mr. Nichols @ Woodsville High School

A little about Mr. Nichols ~

I am originally
 from a small, rural town in Maine and graduated high school with a class of 86 students. I taught for the first few years at a high school in Florida with 3,000+ students, where I gained experience as an administrator , ESE Behavioral Specialist, and Social Studies teacher, before coming to Woodsville High School in 2008. 

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Secondary Social Sciences from the University of Maine at Farmington and a Master's Degree in Educational Technology from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts . I am also currently enrolled in the Master's Degree program at Southern New Hampshire University studying Communications & Public Relations.

I am part of the WHS 9th Grade Team, the WHS Economics Department Chairperson, and the SAU #23 Technology Committee. At WHS, I teach Advanced Computer Applications,
Century Media & Communications, World History, World Geography Intro. and CP, US History II Honors, Economics CP & Honors, and run the WHS Internship Program.

I also currently serve as the
 Adviser to WHS FBLA  , WHS Youth & Government and < I consider myself a total history and technology geek and am not afraid to admit it! I also teach at VLACS and run my own semi-successful business. I am an avid fan of the Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots, Boston Celtics and the Boston Bruins.

“Your Des
tiny is Defined by Your Decisions” ~Scott Nichols
“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you'll do things differently. “~Warren Buffet

"Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity"
~ Seneca

Syllabus & Contact Info --- Competency Info

April Vacation Starts

Class of 2017 Graduation

 Reminder: If you have computer/internet/  printer issues at home, please print during class/ school time.

You can contact me at:
~WHS -  747-2781 

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Standard Group Work Rubric

Roundhouse Schedule
 WHS Social Studies Dept. 
Late Policy

Homework Due in 1st 5 Minutes
- unless stated otherwise by Mr. Nichols
- It is a reasonable expectation that you have your name on your assignments when turned in, therefore,  No Name on assignments is considered late.

Only 15% deduction for late work-Still a B!
Turning in work late is so much  better then a zero!
0%  after one week

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You may choose to redo assignments until the week before the quarter ends after filling out an Academic Improvement Student Action Plan w/ Mr. Nichols
(See attachment above) 
- (you have 48 hours after grade received to submit plan)

-- Max redo grade is an 85%
 I am here daily from 7 AM - 3:30
-WHS Homework Club 3:15-4:45

Late Bus available daily
WHS Library open until 4:45 daily

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