Mr. Kristofer Atkinson « Teacher Connection / Documents / Calendar
At the beginning of September students investigate the first English attempts to colonize North America (Roanoke, Jamestown, and Plimoth...yes, that is spelled correctly). ;-) We will also discuss the founding of the 13 British colonies. U.S. History classes will take time out of the regular schedule on September 17 for Constitution Day and at the end of the month for Freedom Week. During this week we will investigate the importance of America's Founding documents (e.g., Declaration of Independence/U.S. Constitution).
Washington D.C. Trip
Details about the 2015 8th Grade Trip to Washington D.C. can be found on the Field Trips Page. This year we are adding an optional 1 day extension to tour Williamsburg, Jamestown, & Yorktown. Please see the field trip page for more details about this trip.
This page will be your one-stop shop for all information related to American History. On this page, you will be able to find the class syllabus and information regarding assignments/homework/projects. I will update this page on a regular basis, so I encourage you to check this page frequently. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions regarding this course.
Mr. Kris Atkinson
American History & Washington D.C. Trip Sponsor
Fingerprinting Instructions for the 14-15 SY -
Moodle Login - How to Register for Moodle
Student Declaration Assignment - All Classes-Due 9.26.2014
U.S. History Supply List -
Unit 2 Notes Packet 1 -
Unit 2 Notes Packet 2 -
Unit 2 Vocabulary Bell Ringer -
Volunteer Application-Pg. 1 -
Volunteer Application-Pg. 2 -