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    Instructor: Daley-Okolicsa

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  • Mid Year Exam Schedule

    Wednesday, January 25th Period 1         7:20-8:40 Break             8:40-9:05 Period 2         9:05- 10:25             Bus Pick up- 10:35             2 Busses to run at 1:30 pm Thursday, January 26th Period 3          7:20 - 8:40 am Break              8:40-9:05 Period 4          9:05-10:25                Bus Pick up -10:35                2 Busses to run at 1:30 pm Friday, January 30th Period 5            7:20-8:40 am Break                8:40 -9:05  Period 6            9:05-10:25                        Bus Pick up- 10:35                        2 Busses to run 1:30  Monday, January 30th ​ Period 7             7:20-8:40 am Break                 8:40-9:05 Make-up            9:05- 10:25                            Bus- 10:35 (no later bus will…

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  • Inspiration from Aristotle

    "Excellence is never an accident.  It is always the result of high  intention, sincere effort, and  intelligent execution.  It represents  the wise choice of many alternatives-  choice, not chance determines your  destiny."  Aristotle

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  • Dr. Martin Luther King's Birthday, Monday, January16

    As we observe Dr. King's birthday and celebrate his remarkable life and contribution, this is a good time to explore the life and contribution of another extraordinary man. Paul Robeson.   Please click on Paul Robeson under files, and then the link to his "Ol Man River."  

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  • Paul Robeson- A Renaissance Man, a Great Man

    Posted by Aleta Daley-Okolicsanyi on 1/12/2017 10:46:10 AM
    1. Why do you think Paul Robeson can be called a Renaissance man?
        
     2. What do we mean by Renaissance?  Look up the definition if you are not sure.

     3.  Greatness is often an overused term or adjective; however, after reading
          both articles and listening to the musical excerpts, in your opinion
          what makes Paul Robeson a great man, human being. 
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  • Chess: No mere idle amusement

    Posted by Aleta Daley-Okolicsanyi on 12/1/2016 8:06:47 AM
    Benjamin Franklin asserts in his "Morals of Chess" that chess is no mere idle amusement.
    On what basis and what evidence does Franklin provide to support his assertion?
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