Welcome to Humanities History!

It's summer! Now what do I do?

* Go do some creative writing! 826 LA offers summer writer's workshops for kids all in a cool "travel mart" setting. They focus on all types of writing, like screenplay and poetry- Check out workshops.826LA.org or 826la.org

* Go check out The Autry (especially 8th graders, you have a free pass!). The new exhibit, play, opens June 18th, and is all about toys! They also currently have an exhibit on cool knitted/ yarn artwork!- Check out https://theautry.org/

*Go to the library!!! They constantly have fun summer programs for students over the summer. The North Hollywood branch has the summer reading challenge, art of crocheting June 13th, teen bookmaking June 2oth, and constant STEAM courses- Check out http://www.lapl.org/summer

*Go check out the gardens at the Huntington Library! They have lots of cool gardens to explore and a really cool artifacts room with old documents and newspapers.

* Go to the Norton- Simon Museum! Every Thursday is summer fun day with cool stuff to discover and explore!- Check out https://www.nortonsimon.org/events/family-and-youth/thursday-summer-fun/

I'm here! What should I use this site for?
  • If you are a parent; check the calendar to see what we are learning in class, what due dates are coming up, and what projects may be going on.

  • If you are a student use this site to stay up to date on assignments for your spiral, print out any extra/ replacement worksheets, finish copying class notes, look for fun & useful links to help you with units and projects!

  • If you were absent check this site before you come back to class and talk to me! Make sure to look at your class' calendar to see what you missed (you may need to click back in the calendar to get to the dates you missed!), copy and review any notes you may have missed, and print out any assignments you may have missed.