200 KEYBOARDING (AS)
Grade Level: 9-12 | Term/ 0.500 | credit(s)
102A INTRO TO HORTICULTURE A
Grade Level: 10-12 | Term/ 0.500 | credit(s)
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WE ARE THE FIRST GENERATION OF PEOPLE IN HISTORY TO HAVE THE ACCESS TO INFORMATION THAT WE HAVE! THIS PAGE OFFERS A VARIETY OF MEDIA LINKS THAT WILL BE HELPFUL IN YOUR SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSES!
WELCOME TO OUR SCHOOL! THIS PAGE IS DESIGNED AS A GATEWAY SITE FOR RESEARCH IN THE AREA OF AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES. ROUGHLY 20% OF OUR STUDENTS ARE NATIVE AMERICAN, MOST OF WHOM ARE MEMBERS OF THE HO CHUNK NATION. OUR GOAL IS TO WORK WITH ALL MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY TO ENHANCE A GREATER AWARENESS AND APPRECIATION OF ISSUES AFFECTING THE LIVES OF AMERICAN INDIAN PEOPLE TODAY. PINA-GIGI!
Welcome to the Falls History Project!
Since 2000 we have been exploring and documenting the history of our region with the goal of establishing a research archive for future students and community members. We have compiled more than 500 pages of material through our annual projects, including 39 interviews with local residents on a variety of topics.
The photograph on the right is from a 1952 edition of the Banner Journal, and was included in our 2004 project. The three local citizens are "skywatchers" who were trained to spot Soviet aircraft.
We are the voice for students in our school and our focus evolves each year. Here are several important initiatives that we have been involved in recently!
FOREIGN STUDENT SPONSORSHIP
Since December of 2007 we have been sponsoring a young Tibetan student named Tenzin Yingsel. She is attending a boarding school in northern India. We help with her tuition and books and have had fairly regular correspondence with her throughout the process. 2010-11 will mark our 4th year with this project.
The Law and Society Research Page will be used throughout the term to prepare for the Law Journals and for general research related to Constitutional and Criminal Law.
CASE RESEARCH PAPER AND RESEARCH LINKS
Professor Linder's Site (use for initial research)
HOW TO CITE YOUR SOURCES!
SAMPLE PRELIMINARY BIBLIOGRAPHY!
WELCOME TO LAW AND SOCIETY!
This class is a one semester upper level elective that explores Constitutional and Criminal Law and how the legal system interacts with our society. During spring semester I have a class on both A and B days. Beyond our readings and classroom exploration, regional legal professionals visit our classes to help students understand the day to day workings of the system. This is my 34th year of working with students in the area of history and politics education. Follow me on twitter @psrykken.
This page will serve as a gateway to your research for the class. Become familiar with what is available here!
CHECK OUT THIS NEW SOURCE FOR NATION STUDY WORK (Eurasia Review)
THE HOVDE PROJECT: NATION STUDY LINKS