Category: Classroom Events

Estelle Ford-Williamson Visit
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Estelle Ford-Williamson Visit

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United States History Debate on Columbus
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United States History Debate on Columbus

  Students in Mr. Ted Zawacki’s United States History class have concluded their debate on whether Christopher Columbus was a terrorist or a hero and whether we should celebrate “Indigenous Day” instead.  Class members debating were: Dan Byrne, Chloe Corbitt, Jason Hijazi, Brian Kim, Luis Martinez Graces, Ryan Pongrac, Pongkhun Prommart, Victor Sanchez Gallegos and Linda Trockel....

Advanced Placement United States History Students Debate World War I
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Advanced Placement United States History Students Debate World War I

Mr. Zawacki’s Advanced Placement United States History students debated the topic “Should the United States have entered World War I?” Students representing the Affirmative side were Clayton North and Arthur Yeager. The Negative position was represented by Colton Tanner and Will White. Judges for the Debate were fellow students from Mrs. Butterworth’s Journalism 2 class.

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Mummies Invade Heritage

  5th/6th grade World Civilizations students learn about the process of Egyptian embalming by making apple mummies. Beware, the mummies will be exhumed March 21st!!! (Pictured are Owen, Luke, Calvin, and Brooke)