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RED 12th Grade Elective

GREEN 9th Grade Honors

BLUE 9th Grade Standard

ORANGE 9th Grade (Both Honors and Standard)

PURPLE ALL CLASSES

OFFICE HOURS: 2014-2015: Term 3

Spring is boys volleyball season for me and although we have a varsity, JV and now freshmen/JVB team, I do not have an assistant coach and as a result I cannot delay the start of practice in order to be available at after school.

Homework help and tutoring (with less tutors now given the very poor attendance) is still available on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school.

Email is still the best way to reach me as I answer nearly 400 emails per term.

I am available during 1st lunch everyday. Please come get a pass from me before homeroom.

I am also available BY APPOINTMENT ON MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY BEFORE SCHOOL (APPOINTMENTS NEED TO BE MADE AT LEAST 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE)

At times I am available after school, but you need to check with me in person during lunch so we can look at both of our schedules!

Blog Archive

Friday, May 25, 2012

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


MR. PITTS-DILLEY'S CLASS & LECTURES:


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)   

FREDERICK DOUGLASS HANDOUT:
  
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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