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Parents and Students,


History’s definition is

1.The study of past events, particularly in human affairs. 2. The whole series of past events connected with someone or something. This year you will be using all of your senses (Taste, Touch, Sight, Smell, and Hearing) when it come to history.


I want you to have fun in class talking about history(current and in the past) and learning new things about history you may have never knew. If you have questions, please ask. Yes, we will be taking field trips this year for history.


When you come to class, be prepared. That means having your book, writing items (pencil/pen), water bottle and lined paper to take notes. If you come to class without any of these items, you will loose participation point for the day. All assignment will be due the first thing when you come to class.


Remember on September 24th, there is a field trip for everyone at the Smithville campus to Jamesport MO.


This weeks assignments/tests/ homework will be for the following days September 21st through September 24th.


We will begin studying for the citizenship test. Yes, I know some of you have taken this test in the past. The government has changed the test, so everyone will be taking the test again. If you passed it the first time, it is recorded, but it is now a state requirement to pass this test to graduate.


  • 6th/7th grade - We will start working on the US Citizenship Test. Sixth grade will be doing the first 50 questions and 7th will be the first 70 questions. I will be passing out your study guide this week.


  • 8th grade - We will start working on the US Citizenship Test. I will be passing out your study guide this week. Your final for the citizenship test will be on October 7th.


  • 9th through 12th grade - We will start working on the US Citizenship Test. I will be passing out your study guide this week. Your final for the citizenship test will be on October 5th.