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- Newsletter 4.16.18
- MyStateHistory.com Login
This link allows students access to an online textbook for Alabama History and other resources. They must have an access code from their teacher.
You can join my class and look at videos or other information to help your child catch up on anything they may have missed in class or an assignment I may give them.
- Ellicott's Stone
When Spain took Mobile, it became part of Spanish West Florida. As American settlers began to move south and westward, the northern boundary between the United States and Spanish West Florida came into dispute. The Treaty of San Lorenzo set the boundary at the 31st parallel. American surveyor Andrew Ellicott marked the dividing line with this stone. On the United States side the inscription was in English and on the Spanish West Florida side, it was in Spanish.
- Forte Conde Historical Site-Mobile, Alabama
Website about Ft. Conde
Covered in Chapter 3
- video on potential and kinetic energy
- complete subject and complete predicate powerpoint
ppt for students and parents
- Four Types of Sentences Power Point
Brief description of four types of sentences and games to play,
No Slideshows Available
Art Class 9-15-16