WELCOME to Ms. Sabatini's Class Page
Welcome! On this site you can find my class periods, google classroom codes, classroom expectations, reminders, and homework. I hope you find this page to be an invaluable resource to keep you up to date on what is happening in our classroom and on the court. Thank you for visiting our class page!
A little bit about me:
I am teaching Global II this year. I am also coaching J.V. Volleyball and helping students at Elton Brand Academy. My goal is to create a school environment that makes learning fun.
A little bit about Global Studies:
Global Studies focuses on the interrelated nature of condition, issues, trends, processes, and events. Global Studies is important because the day-to-day lives of average citizens around the world are influenced by international connections. From the goods we buy, the work we do, the cross-cultural links we have in our own communities and outside of them, and increased worldwide communication capabilites. This all contributes to the importance of creating students that become responsibly active citizens who understand global and international issues. By studying topics in class such as traditions, history, and current challenges of other cultures, the perspective consiousness of our students are raised.
If you need extra help you can find me in room 230. I am also available until 3:00pm and often times later.
Google Classroom Log-In (All homework & major classwork assignments are located on this page)
Period 2 Global II: nl2w33y
Period 3 Global II: mdko2st
Period 4 Global II: c27ndiv
Period 7 Global II: 47mity
Period 9 Global II: vrutbkv
Volleyball JV: 9mh68o
This is how your grades will be determined in Global Studies. This is a uniform practice for all Social Studies Classes.
Infinite Campus (checking your student's grades):
Log onto https://www.infinitecampus.com/
On infinite campus you can look at your student's grades, attendance, and behavior.
Social Studies Department Homework Policy
Homework helps students by complementing and reinforcing classroom learning, fostering good lifelong learning and study habits, and providing an opportunity for all studnets to be responsible for their own learning. Regular homework contributes to the development of sound study habots and self-responsibility in children. It is a valuabel means of fostering understanding and it serves as a commnication link between school and home that shows parents what children are learning.
If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me via Email, phone to the school, or by note.
(914) 737-0201 ext. 3694