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US Government

In United States Government, the focus is on the principles and beliefs upon which the United States was founded and on the structure, functions, and powers of government at the national, state, and local levels. This course is the culmination of the civic and governmental content and concepts studied from Kindergarten through required secondary courses. Students learn major political ideas and forms of government in history. A significant focus of the course is on the U.S. Constitution, its underlying principles and ideas, and the form of government it created. 

 

Class Supplies

Students will be expected to bring the following to class each and every day:

Writing Pen (blue or black only)

Red Pen

No. 2 Pencil  

Wide-ruled (only) notebook paper

1 Three-Ring Hardback Binder (1.5 inch width)

5 Dividers 

Students will be expected to have access to the following and bring when we use technology:

2 GB (or greater) Flash Drive

Small Pair of Headphones or Ear Buds (no noise cancelling headphones)

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Classroom Number:
101
Conference Time:
10:00-11:00