I affirm that Tyler has completed his final graduation requirements for credit in Economics for the OHS class year of 2014. Bob Wood – go here for certification of grade.
Tyler – this is your blog site. Below, I am going to layout everything that is required for you to graduate with the OHS class of 2014 on Sunday June 1 and to earn your diploma. You may choose to not take this option after you read through it. And there is no guarantee that it ends in success and graduation. You must follow through on all requirements. Good luck Tyler – the success or failure of this endeavor is entirely within your grasp.
- Tyler’s Time in class – TOTAL (22 hours)
- Friday May 39 – 8 hours – 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
- Monday June 2 – 4 hours – 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
- Tuesday June 3 – 8 hours – 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
- Wednesday June 4 – 2 hours – 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Time requirements: From May 29 until June 6, you must come to Mr. Wood’s class either three hours in the morning or three hours in the afternoon. If you come in the morning you are required to be to class prior to first bell at 7:50 AM and stay until 11:09. You may take a break during the time class passes. If you come in the afternoon, you are required to be in class by 4th bell 11:09 and stay until 2:45. Lunch is from 12:12 to 12:42. You may work or go to lunch. You may use class passing time for breaks. If you choose to you may work overtime – but one of the two shifts must be attended fully for the day.
Location: You will have access the back the table under the zebra painting.
Computer Access: You may use my Laptop for assignments. In fact I’d like you to type your answers, if your typing skills are adequate. I think by using the computer, it will help your online skills and productivity on the assignments. It will also help me to read your answers, which is not always possible when written out.
Mr. Wood’s Assistance: I will help you as I can. The morning is probably better for me to assist you since, my planning period is third hour and Senior Current Issues students are mostly gone…I will be available for your assistance.
Workload – Below I have linked all of the assignments that you must complete by Friday, June 6 in order to earn your diploma. These assignments are to be done in class, unless you make prior arrangements with me to take a specific assignment home. Each of the assignments that you do, must be completed to my satisfaction before I will OK you moving onto the next assignment.
Senior Trip is off – If you choose this option, you will not have time for the senior trip.
Graduation – June 1 walk for graduation is on. You may walk. But remember, myself and Mr. McVoy and Mrs Clausen trust you to be a man of your word. I will not sign off on your Economic course credit, unless all of the assignments listed below are completed by the end of the day on Friday June 6. When that occurs you will earn your diploma.
Contract – Go here to find a contract that lays out the above stipulations. It must be signed by you, your mother, myself, and Mr. McVoy by the end of the day on Friday, May 30. Your mother needs to come in and meet with myself and you to talk over the contract.
- Go here for Focus Questions 1.1 (Scarcity and Production).
- Go here for Focus Questions 1.2 (Opportunity Cost).
- Go here for Focus Questions 2.2 (The Free Market).
- Go here for College Talk #1 (To go or not to Go).
- Go here for College Talk #3 (Real World Examples).
- Go here for Poverty and the Developing World – Africa Girl Power & Camfed.
- Go here for Poverty and the Developing World – # 3 Darko the Chicken Farmer