Welcome to my class website. You'll be able to do a number of useful things here.

August 14, 2013 English 9 HW: What are your two greatest accomplishments from vacation and what is your greatest disappointment? Explain in complete details and separate each idea into different paragraphs (1 par. for 1 accomplishment, another par. for the other, and a final par. for the disappointment). Req: 3/4 of a page (almost a full page) and multiple paragraphs.

Click on “Blog” in the navigation bar and then click on your period number in order to find announcements about homework, tests, class assignments, etc.

Whenever you want to see your current progress in the class, click on “grades” in the navigation bar. After inputting your user name and password, you’ll then be able to view all of your current grades. The grades should be updated before each grading period and every few weeks.

Click on “forum” in order to go to participate in discusions about topics in class or just to ask any questions you’ve been having.

That covers most of the basic features. Remember to let me know if you have trouble accessing anything in the site.

Note: Currently only the Blog and Grades feature is up. The rest of the sections will be activated soon.

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