Name: Mr. KujawaSubjects / Classes Taught: Government and EconomicsDegree(s): B.S. from Arizona State University and M. Ed. from Northern Arizona UniversityEmail: email@example.comHello and welcome students, parents, and guardians. US/AZ Government class is a one semester class that seniors must pass for graduation. The 2nd quarter is well underway and the deadline for completing the community service project is just around the corner on December 7th. Topics covered in depth will include the foundations (purpose, theories, types) of government, European political thinkers, examining the U.S. Constitution, fundamental rights of democracy, legislative, executive, and judicial powers, the Amedments, Civil Rights and liberties, landmark US Supreme Court rulings and their relevancy, voting, civic participation, and Arizona politics. This is a mid-term election year which makes this semester that much more exciting. Daily discussions will take place about local, state, national, and international matters. Utilizing the internet to research real time situations will occur frequently. A small amount of math will be incorporated to better understand the Electoral College and voting concepts. As always student participation, respect, and academic responsibility are expected by all seniors in my class. Close reading and marking the text continue to be used regularly as common reading strategies applied in class. Every student should come prepared with a pen, pencil, notebook, highlighter, binder and Advisory checkout sheet. Lastly, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to email me. Also, frequently check Synergy (ParentVUE & StudentVUE) to check academic progress and missing assignments.CCHS BLOOD DRIVE IS DECEMBER 7TH (FRIDAY) FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN MY ROOM 5207Period 1 Prep Period 2 Government Period 3 Government Period 4 Advisory
Period 6 LUNCH Period 6 Government Period 7 Government 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.