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March/April 2020 Home Learning Resources and Assignments

Westward Expansion Pages 199 - 202
Bio - James Monroe
https://youtu.be/807XBv5SCqY
King Cotton https://youtu.be/NSwg7Vp6rBU
  https://youtu.be/STw-_DMWm8I
  https://youtu.be/qcTkFk_E8aM
North, South, West https://youtu.be/Q16OZkgSXfM
  https://youtu.be/NbwVl-0AP6s
  https://youtu.be/UlszTacqsSc
Era of Good Feelings Pages 203 – 207
Missouri Compromise
https://youtu.be/2JS5IzJdcTA
  https://youtu.be/6-bxv9pNy0w
  https://youtu.be/4tLSDJi9EyY
More Problems with Europe Pages 208 – 211
Monroe Doctrine
https://youtu.be/Woh4gwIFpic

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Welcome!

I have lived  in Lynn for 26 years.  I have worked in the Lynn Public Schools since 2005, in the Special Education department.  I have worked with students in the autism, TLC and Inclusion programs.  I have also been an Education Team Leader helping to develop individual education plans. 

In my previous life, I have been a Sr. Information Consultant for Arthur D. Little and a Library Manager for Stone & Webster.  I have Master’s degrees from Simmons College and UNH.  My Bachelor’s degree is from Knox College.   I enjoy solving crossword and Sudoku puzzles, playing bridge, and watching most sports. 

I am inquisitive; enjoy learning something new, and being open to change and growth.  My two favorite questions, so far, are “How many light buoys are there in the ocean?” and “Can you find me a Trionic Rubber Hardness gauge?”


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