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I teach Social & Leadership

Please see the subject folders, on your left, for the specific courses that I am currently teaching.  In each folder, you will find related course outlines and major assignments.  Marks are regularly updated in PowerSchool, and parents are notified of missing assignments by email.

I use Google Classroom for all assignments, handouts and resources.

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Social Studies

Please see attached course outlines for course information

Students will examine the origins, values, and components of competing ideologies.  They will explore multiple perspectives regarding relationships among individualism, liberalism, common good and collectivism.  An examination of various political and economic systems will allow students to determine the viability of the values of liberalism.  Developing understandings of the roles and responsibilities associated with citizenship will encourage students to respond to emergent global issues.

Parents and students are asked to remember that the process is just as important as the end result!  Students will have an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding through a variety of assessment tools.  Students and parents are asked to keep a close eye on the mark in PowerSchool.

Home Study Tips:

  • Keep up with current events - TV, internet, radio, smartphone apps
  • Practice source analysis - political cartoons, photos, propaganda posters, quotations, historical passages, etc.
  • Read, read, read! (this includes assigned sections of the textbook)
  • Do not simply cram the night before an exam.  Spread out your study time.

    Leadership 10/20/30

    *** All students who take leadership will be required to do some public speaking (school assemblies or similar situations), In addition to earning 15 volunteer hours, and participating in the Mentorship program either at lunch or during class time.

    Students taking leadership 10/20/30 will

    • Making a difference through exciting, student-driven project that impacts school culture in a positive way.
    • Personal leadership growth and relationship building.
    • Enhancing the school community by building a safe and caring school environment.
    • Reaching out to others in the community through mentorship programs.
    • Written reflections and assignments.
    • Participation in the Mentorship program with learning support
    • Empowering students to develop and utilize their personal leadership skills to affect positive change in the school and within the community.


    *Students, please note: Leadership 10/20/30 differs primarily by credit requirements and some class work.  Students will work together with leadership 10/20/30 students throughout the semester.


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