Important Days Ahead

RED 12th Grade Elective

GREEN 9th Grade Honors

BLUE 9th Grade Standard

ORANGE 9th Grade (Both Honors and Standard)


Sunday, September 28th: Quest Adventures Walk in Jamaica Pond (by the Crew House). Free of charge. Runners be there by 9:15 AM and walkers be there by 9:45AM.

Sunday, September 28th: The introduction of the term paper is due on by 11:59PM

Monday, September 29th: The evidence sheet for chapter 1 part 1 of the bomb is due at the beginning of class (at least 10 quotes)!

Tuesday, September 30th: The Age of Exploration Poster Project is due at the beginning of class (I pushed back to give you an extra day).

OFFICE HOURS: 2014-2015: Weekly Schedule

During the 1st Term, my schedule changes on a weekly basis, because I am helping both the boys and girls soccer team as the goalkeepers coach. I will be announcing my schedule every Sunday.

Monday: 9/22/14: Not Available.
Tuesday: 9/23/14: Not Available (Jury Duty)
Wednesday: 9/24/14: 1:55 to 3
Thursday: 9/25/14: 1:55 to 2:30
Friday: 9/26/14: Not Available

I am also available before school, but by appointment only.

In addition, email is the best way to reach me (homework questions, feedback request, technology problems, etc...) as last year, I answered nearly 1600 student and parents emails!

Blog Archive

Friday, May 25, 2012

Citing Dictator Pitts-Dilley (Class Lecture) OR FREDERICK DOUGLASS CLASS HANDOUT!


BIBLIOGRAPHY: Pitts-Dilley, Paul. "U.S. & World History I." History Class. NA. John D. O'Bryant School of Math & Science, Roxbury. April 2012. Lecture.

P.S. Change the month if you have to.

INTERNAL CITATION: (Pitts-Dilley)   

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Douglass, Frederick, and Phillip S. Foner. "The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro." Africans in America. PBS, 1950. Web. 25 May 2012. 

Internal Citation: (Douglass & Foner)

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