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United States History

The goal of the course is to infuse you with the knowledge of over 500 years of American history. This will be no simple task given our time constraints, but it is one that we will attack vigorously. What you will be expected to learn in this class is not just a select group of facts; instead, you will be asked to develop your own personal interpretation of American history.

This course examines the major turning points in American history beginning with the events leading up to the American Revolution, the origins of our constitution, reform movements, Manifest Destiny, the Civil War and Reconstruction, the impact of the frontier, the changing nature of business and government, World War I, the Great Depression, World War II, the growth of the United States as a world power, the Cold War and the struggle to achieve class, ethnic, racial, and gender equality. The course extends to the modern day.

Contemporary world issues such as globalization, economic interdependence, terrorism, and world cultures will also factor into our analysis of international conflict and cooperation.

Please remember that you are in control of your success in this class.
 Take responsibility for your work and be accountable for your actions.
DATECLASS CALENDAR / INFORMATION
Monday
February 5
THEME #3: DEMOCRACY AT RISK - POLITICAL SCANDALS and ASSASSINATIONS
TOPIC: 
September 11, 2001 Attacks

CLASS PRESENTATION:
How September 11, 2001 Changed the United States (and the World)

NOTES: USA Patriot Act SUMMARY

CLASS ACTIVITY: 2nd Semester Topics BALLOT

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: Pros and Cons of the Patriot Act
Tuesday
February 6
**THEME #3: DEMOCRACY AT RISK - POLITICAL SCANDALS and ASSASSINATIONS
TOPIC: 
September 11, 2001 Attacks

CLASS PRESENTATION: 
Fahrenheit 9/11
Wednesday February 7THEME #3: DEMOCRACY AT RISK - POLITICAL SCANDALS and ASSASSINATIONS
TOPIC: 
September 11, 2001 Attacks

CLASS PRESENTATION: Finish 
Fahrenheit 9/11

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: Fahrenheit 9/11 WORKSHEET - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
Thursday February 8 NO CLASS
Friday February 9THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: War on Terror
       
CLASS PRESENTATION: 
A History of U.S. Military Interventions

CLASS ACTIVITY: What is Terrorism? Who are the Terrorists? - CASE STUDIES

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - READING for MONDAYVARIOUS DEFINITIONS OF TERRORISM
Monday
February 12
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: War on Terror 

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
A History of U.S. Military Interventions
2. Terrorism, Terrorists, And The U.S. Response

RECOMMENDED READING: Robert Reich - 20 Signs of Impending Tyranny
Tuesday February 13**THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: War on Terror

CLASS PRESENTATION: Untold History of the United States - Bush & Obama: Age of Terror

CLASS ACTIVITY: What is Terrorism? Who are the Terrorists? - CASE STUDIES
Wednesday February 14THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: VIETNAM ERA

CLASS ACTIVITY: Work on VIETNAM WAR WEB QUEST - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON TUESDAY

NOTES: Key Events in the VIETNAM WAR Chart
Thursday February 15NO CLASS
Friday February 16THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: VIETNAM ERA

CLASS PRESENTATION: VIETNAM - Part 1: 1954-1968

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: VIETNAM WAR WEB QUEST - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON TUESDAY
Vietnam Era Music Sampler:

Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changin'
Country Joe McDonald and the Fish - Fixin' to Die Rag
Byrds - Eve Of Destruction
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Fortunate Son
Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Ohio
The Who - My Generation
The Rolling Stones - Mother's Little Helper
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising
Jimi Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower
Rascals - People Got To Be Free
Arlo Guthrie - Alice's Restaurant
Bob Dylan - Blowin' In The Wind
Chambers Brothers - Time Has Come Today
Crosby, Stills, Nash - Woodstock
The Rolling Stones - Satisfaction
TOPIC: U.S. ECONOMIC ISSUES 
 
CLASS ACTIVITY:
1. Current Events
2. WORK ON YOUR PORTFOLIO
3. Finish ASSIGNMENTS, if necessaryEdwin Starr - War

Count Five - Psychotic Reaction
Simon and Garfunkel - Mrs. Robinson
Crosby, Stills & Nash - Teach Your Children
Don McLean - American Pie
AND THE Counter-Protest Song: Merle Haggard - Okie from Muskogee
Monday
February 19
Presidents’ Day – NO CLASSES 
Tuesday February 20THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
**TOPIC: VIETNAM ERA

CLASS PRESENTATION: How Vietnam Was Lost
Wednesday February 21THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: VIETNAM ERA 

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from Ken Burns, THE VIETNAM WAR
1.
 Geneva Accords / Civil War
2. Growing U.S. Involvement

Thursday February 22NO CLASS
Friday
February 23
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: VIETNAM ERA 

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from KTOPIC: U.S. ECONOMIC ISSUES 
 
CLASS ACTIVITY:
1. Current Events
2. WORK ON YOUR PORTFOLIO
3. Finish ASSIGNMENTS, if necessaryen Burns, THE VIETNAM WAR
1. Unstable Government / Escalation
2. An Unwinnable War
3. Not Their Father's War / Fulbright Hearings
Monday
February 26
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: VIETNAM ERA 

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from Ken Burns, THE VIETNAM WAR
1. Search and Destroy / Body Counts / Bombing the Ho Chi Minh Trail
2. Operation Rolling Thunder / Repairing the Ho Chi Minh Trail
3. The 4 Tactical Zones in South Vietnam / The Dead Marine Zone
Tuesday February 27**THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: VIETNAM ERA

CLASS PRESENTATION: The War at Home - The Vietnam Experience in Music
1.
Anthems of the Counter-Culture (Ken Burns)
2. The Counter-Culture Era - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY

Wednesday February 28THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: VIETNAM ERA

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from Ken Burns, THE VIETNAM WAR
1. There Goes My Country
2. They Were Both My Brothers
3. A Wake-Up Call
4. The Turning
Thursday
March 1
NO CLASS
Friday
March 2
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: VIETNAM ERA

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from Ken Burns, THE VIETNAM WAR
1. The Turning
2. To Find Some Meaning


INTERESTING ARTICLE on IMMIGRATION ISSUES: This Is A Crueler Country Than It Was 20 Years Ago

THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: COLD WAR

NOTES: Cold War TIMELINE
Monday
March 5
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: COLD WAR 

CLASS PRESENTATION: Origins of the Cold War
Tuesday
March 6
**THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: COLD WAR

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from Untold History of the United States, Parts 4 & 5    

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: DUE AT START OF CLASS ON TUESDAY
- OPTION 1 [INDIVIDUAL] --
THE COLD WAR WEBQUEST
- OPTION 2 [GROUP] --
On the Brink of War (Cold War Culture)
Wednesday March 7 THURSDAY SCHEDULE = NO CLASS
Thursday March 8NO CLASSES - Trip to RENAISSANCE FAIR
Friday
March 9
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: COLD WAR

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
Excerpts from Untold History of the United States, Part 5
2. Cold War: Foreign Conflicts / Impact at Home

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
- OPTION 1 [INDIVIDUAL] --
THE COLD WAR WEBQUEST
- OPTION 2 [GROUP] --
On the Brink of War (Cold War Culture)
Monday
March 12
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: COLD WAR

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. 
Cold War: Foreign Conflicts / Impact at Home
2.
JFK and the Cold War

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
- OPTION 1 [INDIVIDUAL] -- THE COLD WAR WEBQUEST
- OPTION 2 [GROUP] --
On the Brink of War (Cold War Culture)
Tuesday
March 13
**THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: COLD WAR

CLASS PRESENTATION:
Untold History of the United States, JFK - To the Brink

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
- OPTION 1 [INDIVIDUAL] -- THE COLD WAR WEBQUEST
- OPTION 2 [GROUP] -- On the Brink of War (Cold War Culture)
Wednesday March 14 THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: WORLD WAR II

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
New Ideas / Leaders in the 1930s
2. 
The Rise of Fascism
Thursday March 15NO CLASS
Friday
March 16
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: WORLD WAR II 

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. New Ideas / Leaders in the 1930s
2. World War II Propaganda
Monday
March 19
Interesting article on "LEADERSHIP" in American Culture Today: The Limitations of Being Rich

THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: WORLD WAR II 

CLASS PRESENTATION:
People's Century, Master Race

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: WORLD WAR II WebQuest - DUE TUESDAY 4/3 AT THE START OF CLASS 
Tuesday
March 20
**THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: WORLD WAR II

CLASS PRESENTATION: Untold History of the United States, World War II

NOTES:
U.S. Involvement in World War II

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: WORLD WAR II WebQuest - DUE TUESDAY 4/3 AT THE START OF CLASS
Wednesday March 21
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: WORLD WAR II 
CLASS PRESENTATION: 
1.
World War II - Military and Diplomatic Fronts
2.
World War II - The Home Front

NOTES:
1. 
The Home Front
2.
World War II Conferences and Treaties

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: WORLD WAR II WebQuest - DUE TUESDAY 4/3 AT THE START OF CLASS
Thursday March 22NO CLASS
Friday
March 23
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: WORLD WAR II 

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
ATROCITY TRIALS
2. Internment of Japanese Americans

SPRING BREAK ASSIGNMENT: WORLD WAR II WebQuest - DUE TUESDAY 4/3 AT THE START OF CLASS
SPRING VACATION
Tuesday
April 3
**THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: WORLD WAR II

CLASS PRESENTATION: Untold History of the United States, The Bomb 

NOTES:

1. PRO and CON on DROPPING THE ATOMIC BOMB
2. 
ARGUMENTS FOR DROPPING THE ATOMIC BOMB
Wednesday
April 4
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: WORLD WAR II 

CLASS ACTIVITY: MINI-DBQ - Was the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb Justified? - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
Thursday
April 5
NO CLASS
Friday
April 6
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE 
TOPIC: "MODERN" AMERICA'S NEW FOREIGN POLICY - IMPERIALISM

CLASS PRESENTATION: U.S. EXPANSION & THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR

NOTES:
1.
PRO-Imperialism vs. ANTI-Imperialism 
2. The Spanish-American War

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:
IMPERIALISM WRITING ASSIGNMENT - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Monday
April 9
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE 
TOPIC: "MODERN" AMERICA'S NEW FOREIGN POLICY - IMPERIALISM 

CLASS PRESENTATION: The U.S. Becomes a World Power

NOTES:
Four Presidents & Imperialism: McKinley, TR, Taft, Wilson

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: IMPERIALISM WRITING ASSIGNMENT - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Tuesday
April 10
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE 
TOPIC: "MODERN" AMERICA'S NEW FOREIGN POLICY - IMPERIALISM 

CLASS PRESENTATION: American Experience - Panama Canal   

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:
IMPERIALISM WRITING ASSIGNMENT - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Wednesday April 11 THEME #4: WAR & PEACE 
TOPIC: WORLD WAR I

CLASS PRESENTATION:

1. The Great War
2. 
U.S. Role in World War I

NOTES:  
1. U.S. Entrance into World War I
2.
The Home Front 
3.
Treaty of Versailles / Ratification Battle
4. POWER NOTES - World War I
Thursday  April 12NO CLASS
Friday 
April 13
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE 
TOPIC: WORLD WAR I

CLASS PRESENTATION:
WW I - Posters and Cartoons

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:   World War I Worksheet - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
-
HAND-OUT #1
-
HAND-OUT #2
-
HAND-OUT #3
Monday
April 16

THEME #4: WAR & PEACE 
TOPIC: WORLD WAR I


CLASS ACTIVITY:
1. 14 Points - Versailles Conference - League of Nations - Disillusionment
2. CURRENT EVENTS (Similarities Between Then and Now?)


NOTES:  

1. U.S. Entrance into World War I
2.
The Home Front 
3.
Treaty of Versailles / Ratification Battle
4. POWER NOTES - World War I

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:   World War I Worksheet - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
-
HAND-OUT #1
-
HAND-OUT #2
-
HAND-OUT #3
Tuesday
April 17
**THEME #4: WAR & PEACE 
TOPIC: WORLD WAR I


CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. The Forgotten Pandemic
2. INFLUENZA 1918   


ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:   World War I Worksheet - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Wednesday April 18 THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: MANIFEST DESTINY and WESTWARD EXPANSION

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
MANIFEST DESTINY
2.
TEXAS REVOLUTION
3. America, The Story of Us - Westward

NOTES:
1.
MANIFEST DESTINY
2.
WESTWARD EXPANSION TIMELINE
Thursday April 19NO CLASS
Friday
April 20
 
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE 
TOPIC: MANIFEST DESTINY and WESTWARD EXPANSION
       
CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. 
MEXICAN WAR
2. California Gold Rush

NOTES:
1. 
MEXICAN WAR CHART
2.
The Conquest of Northern Mexico - THE MEXICAN PERSPECTIVE
Monday
April 23
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE 
TOPIC: CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR   
       
CLASS PRESENTATION: CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR

NOTES: 
1.
Timeline of Events Leading Up To The  Civil War
2. The Secession Crisis
3. Causes of the Civil War
Tuesday
April 24
**THEME #4: WAR & PEACE
TOPIC: THE CIVIL WAR 
       
CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. 
THE CIVIL WAR
2. 10 DAYS - ANTIETAM

NOTES:
1. KEY EVENTS & BATTLES CHART
2. END OF THE WAR


ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: Choose ONE of the following - DUE FRIDAY
1. The American Civil War Simulation
   a. DIRECTIONS
   b. Why Did the Union Win the War? WORKSHEET

2. ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S CROSSROADS
   a. ANSWER the 13 Questions on President Lincoln's Decisions
   b. Copy and Paste your results into an email

3. Think you would be a good military leader? Try this online game: GETTYSBURG GAME - Could YOU Have Won the Battle of Gettysburg?
Wednesday
April 25
THEME #4: WAR & PEACE 
TOPIC: THE CIVIL WAR

CLASS PRESENTATION: CIVIL WAR, The Better Angels of Our Nature
Thursday
April 26
NO CLASS
Friday
April 27
THEME #5ECONOMIC HISTORY 
TOPIC: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
Industrial Growth 
2.
Gilded Age = Economic Revolution

NOTES:
Growth of Big Business
Monday
April 30
THEME #5ECONOMIC HISTORY 
TOPIC: The Changing Workplace = CONFLICT

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. The Organization of Labor
2. Labor Unions & Strikes
 
NOTES: CHANGING STATUS OF LABOR

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:
Child Labor Web Quest - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY 
Tuesday
May 1
THEME #5ECONOMIC HISTORY
**TOPIC: The Changing Workplace = CONFLICT

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. The Triangle Fire
2. AMERICAN EXPERIENCE - THE TRIANGLE FIRE

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: Child Labor Web Quest - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
Wednesday
May 2
THEME #5ECONOMIC HISTORY
TOPIC: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

CLASS PRESENTATION: AMERICA, The Story of U.S. - BOOM

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: Child Labor Web Quest - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
Thursday
May 3
NO CLASS
Friday
May 4
THEME #5ECONOMIC HISTORY
TOPIC: The Changing Workplace = CONFLICT

CLASS PRESENTATION: 10 DAYS - The Homestead Strike

Monday
May 7
THEME #5ECONOMIC HISTORY
TOPIC: The Great Depression

CLASS PRESENTATION:
Causes of the Great Depression

NOTES: Causes of the Great Depression
Tuesday
May 8
THEME #5ECONOMIC HISTORY
**TOPIC: The Stock Market Crash

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. The Crash of 1929

2. Surviving the Great Depression

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:
THE CRASH WORKSHEETDUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Wednesday
May 9
THEME #5ECONOMIC HISTORY
TOPIC: The Great Depression

CLASS ACTIVITY: Depression Era PRICE IS RIGHT

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: THE CRASH WORKSHEETDUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Thursday
May 10
NO CLASS
Friday
May 11
THEME #5ECONOMIC HISTORY
TOPIC: The New Deal

CLASS PRESENTATION:
FDR & the New Deal 

NOTES:
NEW DEAL PROGRAMS: Relief - Recovery - Reform

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: THE CRASH WORKSHEETDUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Monday
May 14
THEME #6: SOCIAL HISTORY - REFORM & PROTEST
TOPIC: The 1950s

CLASS PRESENTATION: America's "Complicated" Culture in the 1950s

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 1950s American Culture Webquest - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
Tuesday
May 15
THEME #6: SOCIAL HISTORY - REFORM & PROTEST
**TOPIC: AMERICAN CULTURE AND REFORM - WHAT IF? Teenagers from the 1990s time-traveled back to the 1950s

CLASS PRESENTATION: PLEASANTVILLE

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 
1950s American Culture Webquest - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
Wednesday
May 16
THEME #6: SOCIAL HISTORY - REFORM & PROTEST
TOPIC: AMERICAN CULTURE AND REFORM - WHAT IF? Teenagers from the 1990s time-traveled back to the 1950s

CLASS PRESENTATION: Finish PLEASANTVILLE

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: PLEASANTVILLE Discussion Questions - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Thursday
May 17
NO CLASS
Friday
May 18
THEME #6: SOCIAL HISTORY - REFORM & PROTEST
TOPIC: AMERICAN CULTURE AND REFORM - Women's Rights Movement

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
Women in US History - QUICK REVIEW
2. Women's Liberation - 1920s and 1960s

NOTES: Women's Rights Movement in the U.S TIMELINE

A Perspective on the Arts - Stasis: My Experiences With Hollywood Sexism and Why It Will Never Change
Monday
May 21
THEME #6: SOCIAL HISTORY - REFORM & PROTEST
TOPIC: AMERICAN CULTURE AND REFORM - Women's Rights Movement

CLASS PRESENTATION: Hidden Figures

NOTES: DISCUSSION GUIDE for Hidden Figures 
Tuesday
May 22
THEME #6: SOCIAL HISTORY - REFORM & PROTEST
**TOPIC: AMERICAN CULTURE AND REFORM - Women's Rights Movement

CLASS PRESENTATION: Finish Hidden Figures

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: Hidden Figures DISCUSSION QUESTIONS - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY

Another "Hidden Figure" from the 1960s: Dovey Johnson Roundtree, Barrier-Breaking Lawyer
(maybe you could make this movie)
Wednesday
May 23
THEME #6: SOCIAL HISTORY - REFORM & PROTEST
TOPIC: AMERICAN CULTURE AND REFORM - 1960s Counter-Culture

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
CLASS PRESENTATION: The 1960s: Counter-Culture and Political Protest
2. 1968

NOTES: The Counterculture
Thursday
May 24
NO CLASS
Friday
May 25
THEME #6: SOCIAL HISTORY - REFORM & PROTEST
TOPIC: AMERICAN CULTURE AND REFORM - 1960s Counter-Culture

CLASS PRESENTATION: Finish 1968

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: CANCELLED
Monday
May 28
MEMORIAL DAY – NO CLASSES
Tuesday
May 29
**TOPIC: U.S. History Final Exam Project - 4 OPTIONS

- OPTION #1: U.S. HISTORY "TOP TEN" LIST
- OPTION #2: POLITICAL / ECONOMIC / SOCIAL EVENT ANALYSIS
- OPTION #3: ORDINARY AMERICANS, EXCEPTIONAL LIVES
- OPTION #4:
U.S. HISTORY "TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS" - DIRECTIONS / BRACKET / PARTICIPANTS

- RESEARCH CHOICES DUE BY END OF CLASS


- BE SURE TO READ THE DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY AND COMPLETE ALL PARTS OF YOUR CHOSEN PROJECT  
   
Wednesday
May 30
TOPIC: U.S. History Final Exam Project

CLASS ACTIVITY:
1. Work on Semester Exam Project
2. INTEREST? FUN? ONLINE GAME! -
ARGUMENT WARS - 9 Supreme Court Cases that you can argue  
Thursday
May 31
NO CLASS
Friday
June 1
SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS
8:30 - Period 1 Exams - PSYCHOLOGY
1:00 - Period 2 Exams - ECONOMICS
Monday
June 4
SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS
8:30 - Period 3 Exams - U.S. HISTORY
- Final Exam PROJECT
- IF conditions permit, there may be an optional video showing

Tuesday
June 5
SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS
8:30 - Period 5 Exams
1:00 - Period 6 Exams
Thursday
June 7
GRADUATION DAY = FREEDOM