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Social Studies Teacher PACE Program
My name is Mr. Cavanagh and I am proud to be in my fourth year teaching at Peekskill High School as the PACE Program Social Studies teacher. I am excited to make connections with my students as well as sharing my knowledge of history to engage students to reach academic success and enjoy my classes. I am available every day from 2:46 until 3:00 for call back. Students are encouraged to meet with me with any concerns or for extra help.
This year I will be gladly teaching:
Global History and Geography I -9th Grade
Global History and Geography is a two-year course at Peekskill High School. The first year of the course examines world history prior to 1770. Beginning with the birth of civilization and continuing with a cross-cultural, chronological journey through the ages, Global History and Geography I challenges students to rediscover life before thent of the Industrial Revolution. It is a window into the world’s past, a state-mandated course culminating in a Regents examination.
Global History and Geography II - 10th Grade
Global History and Geography II is a cross-cultural, chronological examination of the modern world. From the Age of Revolutions to the present day, the Global History and Geography II curriculum examines the individuals, events, and challenges of the modern world. Of course, in order to fully understand the current day, it is essential to explore the beginning and development of trends which paved the way to today's experiences.
United States History and Government - 11th Grade
This course is designed to give students a better understanding of American History. Through the course you will gain a deeper understanding of the people & cultures that have made America the country that it is. We will also spend time discussing current events. At the end of this school year you will take the NYS United States History Regents Exam.
Economics - 12th Grade
Economics is a half year elective course offered in the social studies department, studying of the choices and decisions people make about how to use the world’s resources. Understanding economics will help students make informed decisions for themselves and assess the decisions made by others. This course will help students understand key economic principles and how those principles are put into action in the real world. This course demands responsibility and concentrates on the development of higher ordered thinking skills.
Participation in Government-12th Grade
This course aims to provide students with opportunities to become engaged in the political process by acquiring the knowledge and practicing the skills necessary for active citizenship. Content specifications are not included, so that the course can adapt to present local, national, and global circumstances, allowing teachers to select flexibly from current events to illuminate key ideas and conceptual understandings. Participation in government and in our communities is fundamental to the success of American democracy.
Mr. Cavanagh's Schedule
Period 1- Study Skills Google Classroom Code = dgjxxgbe
Period 2- Global II- Google Classroom Code = rty7gtq
Period 4- Economics- Google Classroom Code =m5t3qr6
Period 6- US History and Government- Google Classroom Code = uhunapoPeriod 8 -Global I - Google Classroom Code = g3gumrk
Call Back 2:46- 3:00 (Please visit)
All major assignments and homework will be on google classroom.
All grades will be posted on Infinite Campus. It is reccommended for you to have an Infinite Campus Parent Portal account in order to monitor your son/daughter's progress.
Virtual Learning Bell Schedule
Homeroom (P. 1)- SEL Check & Connect
8:50-9:00 10 Minutes
9:00-9:30 30 Minutes
9:35-10:05 30 Minutes
10:10-10:40 30 Minutes
10:45-11:15 30 Minutes
11:20-11:50 30 Minutes
11:55-12:25 30 Minutes
12:30-1:00 30 Minutes
1:05-1:35 30 Minutes
1:40-2:10 30 Minutes
2:15-2:45 30 Minutes
Grading Policy and Homework Rationale
Test / Projects / Writing Pieces
Class Participation (based off PBIS point system)
** PACE classes use different grading categories/percentages but all classes are aligned within the PACE program. It is necessary for all PACE classes to have the same grading categories/percentages in order for the PBIS points/ticket system to work effectively.
Homework should demonstrate that it was completed with care and accuracy.
Homework should be completed to the best of each student’s ability.
Homework should be returned to school on time.
Homework will be graded based on completion and correct responses.
Below are you can view the course Syllabus for each class.