Name: Mr. KujawaSubjects / Classes Taught: Government and EconomicsDegree(s): B.S. from Arizona State University and M. Ed. from Northern Arizona UniversityEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgHello and welcome students, parents, and guardians to the start of the 2019-2020 school year. This is an exciting year because it is the 20th Anniversary of the opening of the school. I invite any student to sign out for Advisory Period to complete any missing assignments, quizzes, or tests. Please continue to check Synergy for updated grades as well as checking your attendance history. See everyone at Open House.Economics is under way and my Plan for Success has been handed out. Students are required to have their parents/guardian read and sign the document. This must be returned. First week introductions, procedures, and expectations are covered this week. Work on the first unit begins next week. Unit 1 incudes key concepts such as scarcity, factors of production, needs 7 wants, opporunity-cost. Weekly readings, discussions, and homework will be part of the weekly learning cycle.US Government is under way as well including handing out my Plan for Success. An overview of the semester is taking place including US political election map research. Unit 1 begins next week with learning about the inspiration and foundation of our American political culture. European political thinkers including Hobbess, Locke, Voltaire, Rousseau, & Montesquieu will be examined. Focus will then turn to the anatomy of the Declaration of Independence and its influence on the US today.Expectations: As always student participation, respect, and academic responsibility are expected by all seniors in my class. AVID Cornell Notes, Close reading, & marking the text continue to be used regularly as common reading & learning strategies applied in class. Every student should come prepared with a pen, pencil, notebook, highlighter, binder and Advisory agenda. Lastly, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to email me. Thank you. Have a great 2nd semester.CCHS BLOOD DRIVE information will be provided in early September. Forms will be available in my room, 5207. Donate blood and save 3 lives...Period 1 Prep Period 2 Economics Period 3 Economics Period 4 Advisory
Period 6 Lunch Period 5 Government Period 7 Economics Period 8 Government
- Room # 5207
- Office Hours: 2nd Lunch (12:00pm - 12:45pm) or after school
- Textbook(s) Government: MacGruders American Government, Economics: McGraw-Hill Understanding Economics
- Community Service Project. No exceptions..
- ParentVUE and StudentVUE are up and running. Please regularly check your grades and assignments.
- To reach me by phone call 602-764-4000.