Secondary Distance Learning Academic Resources | PCA

We wholeheartedly lean on the assurance that God remains in control of this world. As a faith community amid uncertainty, may we be a people of hope, peace, and light in a world that can be so dim. In John 14:27, Jesus leaves his disciples with these words: "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid." These difficult days could be a time of significant growth in our lives and school family as we give our uncertainties to God and remain committed to educating and equipping our young people.
 
As Christian educators, we have been and will continue working faithfully to invest spiritually and academically in every student and family throughout the coming weeks. While we won't be gathering together in classrooms, we will be gathering together online. We have been preparing for remote learning in the event we cannot continue with face-to-face learning. Our teachers have been working to create online lessons that are academically robust and spiritually uplifting.
 
Through this unprecedented time, we have prepared this page to provide you with the Secondary Distance Learning Academic Resources that you need to be successful during this time of learning at home. Middle and high school teachers will provide parents and students with curricular delivery unique to each discipline. Teachers will provide instructional videos, write and respond assessments, project-based lessons, technology learning links, written lesson delivery, art projects, and more.
 
Your classroom teachers will be working virtually. The following are the details you need to know.
 
Work Hours:
Teacher Virtual Office Hours, 9 am-3 pm. Your teacher can be contacted via their school email (firstname.lastname@plymouthchristian.org) during these work hours.
 
Lessons Plans:
Your teachers will be sending out a weekly educational plan to you.
 
I will be praying for you all during these trying times. I look forward to seeing how God will use this very unusual time in the history of our school, our community, and the world for His glory!
 
In Him,
Caryn Huntsman
PCA Superintendent

Resources | Plymouth Christian Academy

We are working to provide you with as much information as possible to make PCA's Distance Learning as streamlined as possible. Please let us know what other resources you would like to see on this page by emailing Peggy Paulson at peggy.paulson@plymouthchristian.org. Thank you! 

Academic Resources

RightNow Media

RightNow Media is a fabulous resource available to all our families. Visit this LINK to create your account. 

Tutoring Options

Mrs. Katie Imes, PCA Cheer Coach, is offering tutoring at a reduced rate.

$35 each hour for FaceTime tutoring

  • Can be multiple kids in the same hour
  • Can be multiple kids at the same time

Contact her via email at kimes@emich.edu

 

Secondary Teachers | Stay Connected

The following drop-down menu will give you the needed information regarding class assignments, due dates, test dates, and more. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the week's Zoom meeting schedule. We will work to keep this schedule as accurate as possible, but there is the possibility that last-minute changes may occur. Please default to the latest communication from your teachers regarding the time of Zoom meetings. 

Bauslaugh, Steve

Steve.Bauslaugh@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • 7th Grade PE
  • 8th Grade PE
  • High School PE
  • Weightlifting

How often and when are Mr. Bauslaugh's assignments due? 

All are due upon returning to school

Assessments

None

Hours of Expected Work

Exercise equal to hours in class (40 minutes per day)

What method will he be using to facilitate instruction? 

Email

How is Mr. Bauslaugh communicating with students? 

Email

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

None

Assignments week of March 30-April 3 

All - Activity/Exercise Chart- recording date, activity and duration of time (they choose the activity)

Boyd, Connie

connie.boyd@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • Course 3 Math for grades 7 & 8

Hours of Expected Work

40 minutes/day

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Email

How is Mrs. Boyd communicating with students? 

Email

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

None

Assignments Due

Daily

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

Lessons 81-84

Assessments

None yet

Brodhagen, Marisa

Marisa.Brodhagen@plymouthchristian.org


Classes 

  • High School Health
  • 7th-grade Girls PE
  • 8th-grade Girls PE
  • HS Girls PE

How many hours per week does Mrs. Brodhagen expect students to work on her class?

1-hour Health
1.5 hours PE

Assessments

None yet

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Zoom and email

How is Mrs. Brodhagen communicating with students? 

Email

Zoom Meetings Scheduled?

None

Assignments Due:

Friday, April 3rd by 5 pm

Assignments week of March 30-April 3

All PE classes - turn in activity chart by Friday, April 3rd by 5 pm 
HS Health - Ted-Ed videos and questions

Carlson, Emily

Emily.Carlson@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • German I (8th, 9th, 10th)
  • German II (9th, 10th)
  • German III (10th)
  • German IV/V (11th, 12th)

How many hours per week does Mrs. Carlson expect students to work on her class?

3 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Zoom, Flipgrid, OneNote, Quizlet, Kahoot

How is Mrs. Carlson communicating with students? 

Email, Flipgrid, Zoom this week, Band for German Club

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

  • German I: Monday and Wednesday, 2:00-2:30 (conversation, vocabulary practice, walking through assignments. Content will be detailed on the weekly plan, to be sent out Monday)
  • German II: Tuesday and Thursday, 2:00-2:30 (conversation, vocabulary practice, walking through assignments. Content will be detailed on the weekly plan, to be sent out Monday)
  • German III: Monday and Wednesday, 2:30-3:00 (conversation, vocabulary practice, walking through assignments. Content will be detailed on the weekly plan, to be sent out Monday)
  • German IV/V: Tuesday and Thursday, 2:30-3:00 (conversation, vocabulary practice, walking through assignments. Content will be detailed on the weekly plan, to be sent out Monday)

Drop-In Office Hour Friday, 2:00-3:00 (optional, for additional questions or help for all levels)

Assignments Due

Graded assignments due by Monday (4/6) at 3 pm

Assignments Week of March 30-April

  • German I: Speaking (verse on Flipgrid), Weekly Listening, Daily Practice (ungraded), Writing (Restaurant Order)
  • German II: Speaking (verse on Flipgrid), Daily Practice (ungraded), Weekly Listening, Writing (health advice letter
  • German III: Speaking (verse on Flipgrid), Daily Practice (ungraded), Weekly Listening, Writing (Propaganda analysis), Reading (3.Reich Article and Questions), Culture (Propaganda Film and Notes
  • German IV/V: Speaking (verse on Flipgrid), Daily Practice (ungraded), Weekly Listening, Writing (Your Own Restaurant Essay), Reading and Culture (Easter Food Traditions

Assessments

  • German I: Verse Quiz on Flipgrid (due by Monday, 4/6)
  • German II: Verse Quiz on Flipgrid (due by Monday, 4/6)
  • German III: Verse Quiz on Flipgrid (due by Monday, 4/6)
  • German IV/V: Verse Quiz on Flipgrid (due by Monday, 4/6)
Chipman, Rob

Robert.Chipman@plymouthchristian.org


Classes 

  • 7th Grade World History

  • 8th Grade U.S. History

How many hours per week does Mr. Chipman expect students to work on his class?

7th Grade World History - 3-4 hours/week
8th Grade U.S. History - 3-4 hours/week

What method will he be using to facilitate instruction? 

OneNote, Zoom for weekly interaction and check-ins

How is Mr. Chipman communicating with students? 

OneNote, Plus Portals and email

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

7th Grade World History - Monday, 3/30 9:00 a.m. -- Present Africa in a Can
8th Grade U.S. History - Thursday, 4/2 9:00 a.m. -- Check-in, prepare for essay

Assignments Due

7th Grade World History - Weekly, end of day Friday
8th Grade U.S. History - Weekly, end of day Friday

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

7th Grade World History - See OneNote & Plus Portals -- Africa activities, COVID 19 Journal
8th Grade U.S. History - See OneNote & Plus Portals -- Ch. 10 activities, Vocab/Reading Guide, Essay, COVID 19 Journal

Assessments

7th Grade World History - Africa in a Can project - due 3/30
8th Grade U.S. History - Ch 10 essay - due 4/3

Cole, Yvonne

Yvonne.Cole@plymouthchristian.org


Classes 

  • 9, 10, 11, 12 Biology
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Geophysical Science

How many hours per week does Miss Cole expect students to work on her class?

3 hours

How is Miss Cole communicating with students? 

Email

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

None

Assignments Due

All weekly assignments are due on Friday. I send along a pacing guide to prevent procrastination and becoming overwhelmed yet allowing flexibility.

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

  • Biology: Chapter 8 Alternative Assessment -From DNA to Proteins Rubric sent home with the students on 3/13/20 * Goal/Objective Demonstrate knowledge of translation in a creative way. Create a model or a presentation using www.easel.ly or www.piktochat Bonus points will be awarded if the multimedia lab- virtual investigation on DNA, RNA, and Gene Expression is completed. The lab will help in completing the project.
  • Anatomy: Monday-Tuesday Urinary system review (multiple-choice, True/False & completion)
    Wednesday Kahoot on the excretory system.
    Thursday-Friday Excretory System Open book test/ assessment
  • Geophysical Science: Monday Review assessment page 417 #1-18
    Tuesday- Watch on youtube Unit 7 Physical and Chemical Oceanography part 1
    Wednesday- Read page 422-427, section 15.1 Turn in vocabulary terms p 422 (5) and p 427 questions # 1-6
    Thursday-Friday Watch from youtube Hot and Cold Water Science Experiment. Then complete the experiment and send a picture of your experiment.

Assessments

Biology: Project due Friday 4/3
Anatomy: Tuesday, 4/1 Review worksheet, and Friday, 4/3, open book test/assessment
Geophysical Science: Monday, 3/30/20 p 417 # 1-18, Wednesday, 4/1, p 422 vocabulary terms and p 427 questions # 1-6 and Friday -a picture of hot and cold water experiment

Cornell, Christopher

Christopher.Cornell@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • 11th Grade Ethics
  • 12th Grade Capstone

How many hours per week does Mr. Cornell expect students to work on his class?

3 hours

What method will he be using to facilitate instruction? 

Padlet, OneDrive Word docs

How is Mr. Cornell communicating with students? 

Email (Outlook)

Zoom Meeting Scheduled

1st and 8th-hour Ethics Tuesday at 10:00 AM optional, for questions and spiritual check-in.

7th-hour Ethics Wednesday at 10:00 AM optional, for questions and spiritual check-in.

3rd, 4th, and 6th-hour Senior Capstone Thursday at 10:00 am optional, for questions and spiritual check-in.

Assignments Due

11th - Ethics: Padlet blogposts and ethical stance statement due Friday by 3 pm due (blog opens Thursday)
12th - Capstone: Summative Statement and 15 takeaways from weekly readings/lectures all due Friday by 3 pm in one tab in the OneNote.

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

11th - Ethics Read 1 Cor.ch. 7, textbook pages 278; 286-294, listen to lecture, blog post, and responses, Ethical Stance Statement (3/4 page) including citations from readings/lectures.

12th - Capstone: Bible / articles / lectures w/5 takeaways ea. Summative statement combining all weekly readings/lectures/Scripture (1/2 page) of how it affected your topic research/Biblical framework.

Assessments

None

Costello, Mike

Michael.Costello@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • 7-12 Portfolio Development
  • Advanced Drawing
  • Photography, Painting
  • 7th Grade Art
  • 8th Grade Art
  • Graphic Design

How many hours per week does Mr. Costello expect students to work on his class?

7th Grade Art – 1-2
8th Grade Art – 1-2
9-12 Portfolio Development – 2-3
9-12 Advanced Drawing – 2-3
9-12 Photography – 2-3
9-12 Painting – 2-3
10-12 Graphic Design – 1-2

What method will he be using to facilitate instruction? 

Email 

How is Mr. Costello communicating with students? 

Email

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

None

Assignments Due

7th Grade Art – Friday 5pm
8th Grade Art – Friday 5pm
9-12 Portfolio Development – Friday 5pm
9-12 Advanced Drawing – Friday 5pm
9-12 Photography – Saturday 6pm
9-12 Painting – Saturday 6pm
10-12 Graphic Design – Saturday 6pm

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

  • 7th Grade Art – Continuing the “cartoon character” assignment from last week.
  • 8th Grade Art – Continuing the “hero” sketch assignment from last week.
  • 9-12 Portfolio Development – Continuing the portrait assignment from last week.
  • 9-12 Advanced Drawing – Continuing the 3 drawings of an object from last week.
  • 9-12 Photography – Take 5 photos of food. It can be of any meal – the pic should be in color, feel free to use a creative filter. Pretend you are in an ad agency and this will be a cover for the Food Network magazine. Look at the details and make sure it is lit well – you should want to ”eat” the photo.
  • 9-12 Painting – Read the article on Impressionism and write a one-page reflection. Sketch a drawing following the instructions at the bottom of the article.
  • 10-12 Graphic Design – Continue the magazine cover from last week.

Assessments

All projects are assessed and graded. Due at the end of the week as previously stated.

Curley, Gloriann

Gloriann.Curley@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • British Literature
  • Senior Language and Composition
  • AP Language and Composition
  • Yearbook

How many hours per week does Mrs. Curley expect students to work on her class?

3 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

OneNote, Zoom, Email

How is Mrs. Curley communicating with students? 

Text, Email, Zoom

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

British Literature: 11 am Friday
AP Lang and Comp: 11 am Tuesday
All Seniors: 11a m Monday
Yearbook: 3 pm Monday

Assignments Due

Friday at 3 pm unless otherwise specified.

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

Senior Lang/AP Lang and Comp Seniors: Annotated Bibliography Due April 20th
AP Lang and Comp: Argument pre-writing assignment
Yearbook: Interview and selfie assignment

Assessments

British Literature: Frankenstein Creative Project Test Due April 24th

Groen, Jori

Jori.Groen@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • Geometry (9th, 10th, 11th)
  • Algebra 2 (10th, 11th, 12th)
  • Personal Finance (12th)

How many hours per week does Mrs. Groen expect students to work on her class?

Geometry: 3
Algebra 2: 3
Personal Finance: 2-3

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

OneNote and Zoom

How is Mrs. Groen communicating with students? 

Email and OneNote collaboration space

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

Geometry: Tuesday 1:00 pm to teach lesson 10.6 and review for the quiz
Algebra 2: Monday 1:00 pm to teach 8.5 and review for the quiz. Also, Thursday 1:00 pm to teach 8.6

Assignments Due

All of my homework assignments are due on Saturdays by 9 PM. Assessments (quizzes and tests) are due the day they are given.

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

Geometry: 2 assignments, 10.5 #4-24 even, 34-38 even and 10.6 #2-18 even
Algebra 2: 2 assignments, 8.5 #3-39 x 3 and 8.6 #4-20 even
Personal Finance: 5 assignments, 6.3 #3-14, 6.4 #4-11, 6.5 #5-14, 6.6 #4-21, 6.7 #4-16

Assessments

Geometry: Wednesday Quiz over 10.4-10.6
Algebra 2: Wednesday Quiz over 8.4-8.5
Personal Finance: none

Hope, Deborah

Deborah.Hope@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • 7th & 8th-grade Science

How many hours per week does Mrs. Hope expect students to work on her class?

2 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Popplet, YouTube, Kahoot, Zoom, others as needed

How is Mrs. Hope communicating with students? 

Portal, email, Remind app. She will send out a weekly email with attachments of details along with it being posted on the portal. 

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

7th grade is NOON on Tuesdays; 8th grade is NOON on Thursdays. We correct assignments, go over any questions/issues, and just chat with each other to see how we all are doing.

Assignments Due

Weekly due dates outlined on the weekly update. (posted to the portal on Saturday)

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

7th grade Science: Read 17-29; Guided workbook p. 15-22; Quizlet p. 19; Ch. 1 Kahoot (test); Sound lab
8th grade Science: Read 130-146; Guided workbook p. 53-61; Quizlet p. 57; Ch. 4 Kahoot (test); Eggs lab

Assessments

7th and 8th grade are doing an online KAHOOT assessment and sending me a screenshot of their name/score. 7th and 8th graders will send me their score by 3pm on Fri. 4/3

Huff, Rebecca

Rebecca.Huff@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • ELA 7th-grade
  • ELA 8th-grade

How many hours per week does Miss Huff expect students to work on her class?

1 hour

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Remind/Portal

How is Miss Huff communicating with students? 

Remind/Portal/Email

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

7th Grade: M-F 11:00-Noon (Lit Analysis Conferences in Small Groups. Note: Student meeting date/time will be emailed)

Assignments Due

7th-8th Grade: Friday @ Noon

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

7th Grade: Firegirl Literary Analysis Outline

8th Grade: Four Perfect Pebbles FakeBook Character Page

Assessments

None

Jarrell, Margaret

Margaret.Jarrell@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • World Language 7th-grade
  • Spanish I
  • Spanish II
  • Spanish III
  • Spanish IV
  • AP Spanish

How many hours per week does Mrs. Jarrell expect students to work on her class?

3 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Plus portal, Teams, Zoom, variety of websites

How is Mrs. Jarrell communicating with students? 

Email, Zoom

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

Monday, 2:00-2:30 pm Spanish 3

Monday, 2:30-3:00 pm, WL 7th Grade

Tuesday, 2:00-2:30 pm AP Spanish

Wednesday, 2:00-2:30 pm Spanish 4

Wednesday, 2:30-3:00 pm Spanish 1

Thursday, 2:00-2:30 pm Spanish 2, 2nd hour

Thursday, 2:30-3:00 pm Spanish 2, 3rd hour

Friday, Mrs. Jarrell is available for Office Hours between 2:00-3:00 pm 

Assignments Due

Friday, April 3 by Midnight

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

  • World Language 7th Grade: Complete Calendar with 15 minutes Spanish listening /practice, Read Pepe and do activities.
  • Spanish I Complete Calendar with 15 minutes Spanish listening /practice, Read Ch 3& 4 Pobre Ana complete questions and two activities
  • Spanish II Complete Calendar with 15 minutes Spanish listening /practice, Read ch 3 &4 ¿Donde esta Eduardo? complete questions for chapters
  • Spanish 3 Complete Calendar with 15 minutes Spanish listening /practice, Read ch 3 & 4 in your books, complete questions and 2 activities
  • Spanish IV complete previous weeks assignments, and read chapter 3 & 4 of Tomatanza and complete activities.
  • AP Spanish Complete previous weeks work and watch you-tube AP test review videos. Complete MYAP test prep on chapter 5

Assessments

On line for AP at MYAP

Kedney, Carolyn

Carolyn.Kedney@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • AP English Lit and Comp

How many hours per week does Mrs. Kedney expect students to work on her class?

5-7 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Google Classroom, Zoom, and email

How is Mrs. Kedney communicating with students? 

Google classroom and email

Zoom Meeting Scheduled

Yes, Wednesday 11 am

Assignments Due

Friday, April 3rd

Assignment Week of March 30-April 3

* Read Part Three of HOD
* Answer Part Three Analysis Question
* Finish the remaining lecture notes.
* In the imagery passage, underline all forms of imagery and write how they impact the passage 2-3 paragraphs
* Write the HOD essay Turn in all work from the week to Google Classroom

Assessments

None

Koppin, Martha

Martha.Koppin@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • 9th Grade Bible
  • 10th Grade Bible

How many hours per week does Miss Koppin expect students to work on her class?

This week is light. 1 1/2 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Zoom & email

How is Miss Kopping communicating with students? 

Zoom & email

Zoom Meetings Planned

9th Grade Monday 10:00 am
10th Grade Tuesday - 10:00 am

Assignments Due

Friday, April 3

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

9th Grade - Daily Devotional - I John reflection; Video - "Do Something" See email
10th Grade - Daily Devotional - 2 articles about Pain and Suffering; Watch video and complete handout. See email.

Assessments

None

Murray, David

David.Murray@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • AP Calculus
  • PreCalculus
  • Personal Finance

How many hours per week does Mr. Murray expect students to work on his class?

AP Calculus - 5-6 hours
PreCalculus -3-4 hours
Personal Finance - 2-3 hours

What method will he be using to facilitate instruction? 

OneNote, Zoom

How is Mr. Murray communicating with students? 

Email (through Rediker), Zoom

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

AP Calculus - Tuesday at 3 p.m., Difficult questions addressed
PreCalculus - Monday, and Wednesday at 3 p.m., Difficult questions addressed
Personal Finance - Available as needed

Assignments Due

Weekly, Sunday by 11:59 pm (but can also be turned in progressively)

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

AP Calculus - Table Problems, Differential Equation Problems, Watch College Board Videos
PreCalculus - Pg.763 #36-60 even (12.5), Pgs.768-769 #8-40 even (12.6), Ch.12 Review
Personal Finance - Pg.261 #3-14, Pg.264 #4-11, Pgs.265-266 #1-14, Pgs.268-269 #3-21, Pgs.271-272 #3-16

Assessments

AP Calculus - None
PreCalculus - 12.4-12.5 Quiz (Thursday)
Personal Finance - None

Muse, Bill

Wilson.Muse@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • Chemistry (10,11)
  • Physics (12)
  • AP Chem (11,12)
  • Forensic Science (11,12)

How many hours per week does Mr. Muse expect students to work on his class?

3 hours for the whole week ( 40 minutes/day)

What method will he be using to facilitate instruction? 

Microsoft word (or google docs), Zoom, Powerpoint, Chrome

How is Mr. Muse communicating with students? 

email (MyPortal email), Zoom conference

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

Tuesday 12-1 pm Forensic Science

Wednesday 12-1 pm Chemistry

Thursday 12-1 pm Physics 

General Q and A. Review Problem solving strategies, check-in.

Assignments Due

Fridays at 5 pm next = 4/3/2020

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

Physics - Review Worksheet (Light) Ch 20 after Readings, Videos, PPT presentation.
Chemistry - Review WS (Titration, Neutralization, pH Equilibrium) after Readings, Videos, and PPT presentations attached to email sent out Monday morning at 7 am.
Forensic Science - Review Worksheet (DNA technology: Ch 9 Saferstein) after readings, videos and PPT presentation attached to an email sent out Monday morning at 9 am.

Assessments

None

Parsons, Mary

Mary.Parsons@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • Grade 9 World History
  • Grade 10-12 Civil Law
  • Grade 11-12 Government
  • Grade 11-12 AP Government

How many hours per week does Mrs. Parsons expect students to work on her class?

2 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Zoom

How is Mrs. Parsons communicating with students? 

Email

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

None

Assignments Due

Fridays

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

  • World History: Watch lecture video, read pages 841-849 answer questions 4, 5, 7, 8 on page 844 and questions 4-7 on page 849
  • Civil Law: Cases for critical reflection on first amendment worksheet
  • Government: watch video lecture, page 397 #s 1-5 and page 403 #s 1, 2, and
  • AP Government: watch video lecture, reader page 117 1-2, review Gratz v Bollinger and Grutter v Bollinger, and Who should be admitted activity

Assessments

None

Rigby, Leah

Leah.Ribgy@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • Introduction to Theatre Grade 7
  • Advanced Theatre Grade 8
  • Play Production Grades 9-12
  • Film Grades 11-12
  • Choreography Grades 9-12

How many hours per week does Mrs. Rigby expect students to work on her class?

Intro to Theatre: 2-3 Hours
Advanced Theatre: 2-3 Hours
Play Production: 3-4 Hours
Film: 3-4 Hours
Choreography: 2-3 Hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Google Classroom

How is Mrs. Rigby communicating with students? 

Google Classroom and email

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

None scheduled. Zoom meetings are available by individual or class request.

Assignments Due

  • Intro to Theatre: Tuesday/Thursday/Friday by midnight
  • Advanced Theatre: Tuesday/Thursday by midnight
  • Play Production: Monday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday by midnight
  • Film: Thursday/Friday by midnight
  • Choreography: Friday/Saturday by midnight

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

Intro to Theatre:
- Kahoot due Tuesday
- Play Kahoots and submit scores due Thursday
- Personal Monologue due Friday

Advanced Theatre:
- Comments on Classmates' Monologues due Tuesday
- DnD Monologue due Thursday

Play Production:
- Section 7 due Monday
- Section 8 due Wednesday
- Clue Monologue due Thursday
- Section 9 due Friday / Clue Monologue Comments due Friday

Film:
- Princess Mononoke Questions due Thursday
- Favorite Movie Paragraph due Friday

Choreography:
- Dance Critique of Video of Your Choice (and comments) due Friday
- Three Week Exercise Log due Saturday

Assessments

None

Rigby, Steve

Steve.Rigby@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • Course 2
  • Course 3
  • Algebra Foundations
  • Algebra 1

How many hours per week does Mr. Rigby expect students to work on his class?

2 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Google Classroom for submitting assignments, OneNote for instruction, Zoom for video instruction

How is Mr. Rigby communicating with students? 

Email/Portals, Google Classroom

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

All at 1pm for checking in, answering questions, review/instruction.

M: Alg1MS
T: AlgFoundations
W: Alg1
Th: C2
F: C3

Assignments Due

Tuesday and Thursday

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

Bookwork (available on OneNote or my.hrw.com for algebra classes)

Assessments

None

Schmidt, Jeff

Jeff.Schmidt@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • AP Psychology
  • AP US History
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Military History
  • US History

How many hours per week does Mr. Schmidt expect students to work on his class?

AP Courses: 5 -6 hours this week
History, Sociology, and Military History-3-4 hours this week

What method will he be using to facilitate instruction? 

Zoom and YouTube

How is Mr. Schmidt communicating with students? 

Plus portals email

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

Zoom for all four smaller courses 8:40-10:00 am for instruction and questions.
Military and Sociology will not zoom on Monday-taking a test
AP History and Psychology not zooming on Friday-taking a test
US History (both classes) Meeting on Monday from 3-3:30 pm for instruction and questions.

Assignments Due

Many the next day, some as late as a week (study guides)

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

  • AP History-Test on Friday and review of key court decisions and amendments -due a week after vacation. Reading through the week.
  • AP Psychology: Test on Friday, students will start a practice essay that will due the week we get back from vacation. Reading through the week.
  • US History: Students will submit an example of an introductory paragraph. Students will work on, and finish the first half of the chapter 19 review (20 questions ) by Friday. Reading through the week.
  • Intro to Sociology: Reading through the week. Test on Monday. Students will start their review for the next chapter.
  • Military History: Reading through the week. Test on Monday. Students will start their review for the next chapter.

Assessments

See assignment info

Sinclair, Megan

Megan.Sinclair@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • 7th Grade Choir
  • Applied Voice
  • Advanced Applied Voice
  • HS Choir
  • Costuming

How many hours per week does Mrs. Sinclair expect students to work on her class?

2-3 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Canvas, FaceTime, Band, Zoom

How is Mrs. Sinclair communicating with students? 

Band

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

None

Assignments Due

7th Grade Choir - Friday, April 17
12th Grade - Advanced Applied Voice - Weekly, Fridays 11:59 PM
9th - 12th Grade - Applied Voice - Weekly, Fridays 11:59 PM
9th - 11th Grade - HS Choir - Weekly, Fridays 11:59 PM
11th Grade - Costuming - End of unit. TBD.

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

  • 7th Grade Choir - Composer Project
  • 12th Grade - Advanced App. Voice - Onset/Offset & Body Cover Crossword Quiz & Lessons
  • 9th - 12th Grade - Applied Voice - Onset/Offset & Body Cover Crossword Quiz & Lessons
  • 9th - 11th Grade - HS Choir - Onset/Offset & Body Cover Crossword Quiz & Lessons
  • 11th Grade - Costuming - Website Portfolio Development

Assessments

None

Wash, Jessica

Jessica.Wash@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • 7th Grade Keyboarding
  • 8th Grade Computers
  • Business Tech II: Digital Literacy
  • Entrepreneurship

How many hours per week does Mrs. Wash expect students to work on her class?

2-3 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Zoom, Plus Portals, YouTube, Email, Teams, Audacity

How is Mrs. Wash communicating with students? 

Email, Zooms, Teams

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

11th-12th Entrepreneurship: Monday at 2 pm to discuss the creation of their brochure.

Assignments Due

All assignments are due by midnight on Friday

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

  • 7th Grade Keyboarding: Lessons 18 (M and X keys) and Lesson 19 P( and V keys)
  • 8th Grade Computer Applications: Agenda and Email documents. pgs. 55 and 59
  • 9th-12th Business Technology II: Digital Literacy: Final Podcast Project
  • 11th-12th Entrepreneurship: Business Brochure, page 146

Assessments

None

Weber, Jaclynn

Jaclynn.Weber@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • English 9
  • American Lit-10th
  • Debate-11th/12th

How many hours per week does Mrs. Weber expect students to work on her class?

2-3 hours

What method will she be using to facilitate instruction? 

Email, Zoom, Portal, Word

How is Mrs. Weber communicating with students? 

Email, Zoom, group text for Debate class

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

  • English-Monday, 11:00 am instruction and check-in
  • American Lit-Thursday, 11:00 am instruction and check-in
  • Debate-Wednesday, 11:30 am online debate

Assignments Due

Fridays by midnight

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

  • English-50 pages of the novel, newspaper project
  • American Lit-finish novel, 2 pages of book chapter
  • Debate-group project, political debate on zoom

Assessments

English-quiz Monday over novel
American Lit-quiz Monday over novel
Debate- 2 debates

Wenning, Steve

Stephen.Wenning@plymouthchristian.org


Classes

  • 7th Grade & 8th Grade Bible
  • High School Bible Foundations

How many hours per week does Mr. Wenning expect students to work on his class?

2 hours/class

What method will he be using to facilitate instruction? 

Portal

How is Mr. Wenning communicating with students? 

Portal

Zoom Meetings Scheduled

Wednesday/ To ascertain comprehension and answer questions

Assignments Due

Friday

Assignments Week of March 30-April 3

7th Study II Chronicles (alternate method)

8th Study I Timothy/Titus (alternate method)

High School Bible Foundations read and write John 14

Assessments

Friday

Monday, March 30

9:00 am: 7th Grade World History

10:00 am: 9th Grade Bible

11:00 am: Senior Capstone with Mrs. Curley

11:00-12:00 pm: 7th Grade ELA

11:00 am: High School English

1:00 pm: Algebra 2

1:00 pm: Middle School Algebra 1

2:00 pm: 11th-12th Grade Entrepreneurship

2:00-2:30 pm: German 1

2:00-2:30 pm: Spanish 3

2:30-3:00 pm: German 3

2:30-3:00 pm: 7th Grade World Language

3:00 pm: Yearbook

3:00 pm: PreCalculus

3:00-3:30 pm: US History

Tuesday, March 31

10:00 am: 1st & 8th Hour Ethics; optional

10:00 am: 10th Grade Bible

11:00 am: AP Language & Composition

11:00 am: 7th Grade ELA

12:00 pm: 7th Grade Science

12:00-1:00 pm: Forensic Science

1:00 pm: Geometry

1:00 pm: Algebra Foundations

2:00-2:30 pm: German 2

2:00-2:30 pm: AP Spanish

2:30-3:00 pm: German 4 & 5

3:00 pm: AP Calculus

 

Wednesday, April 1

10:00 am: 7th Hour Ethics, optional

11:00-12:00 pm: 7th Grade ELA

11:00 am: AP English Lit

11:30 am: Debate

12:00-1:00 pm: Chemistry

1:00 pm: Algebra 1

2:00-2:30 pm: German 1

2:00-2:30 pm: Spanish 4

2:30-3:00 pm: German 3

2:30-3:00 pm: Spanish 1

3:00 pm: PreCalculus

Thursday, April 2

9:00 am: 8th Grade U.S. History

10:00am: 3rd, 4th, 6th-hour Senior Capstone, optional

11:00-12:00pm: 7th Grade ELA

11:00 am: American Lit

12:00 pm: 8th Grade Science

12:00-1:00 pm: Physics

1:00 pm: Algebra 2

1:00 pm: Middle School Math Course 2

2:00-2:30 pm: German 2

2:00-2:30 pm: Spanish 2, 2nd hour

2:30-3:00 pm: Spanish 2, 3rd hour

2:30-3:00 pm: German 4 & 5

 

Friday, April 3

11:00 am: British Literature

11:00-12:00 pm: 7th grade ELA

1:00 pm: Middle School Course 3

2:00-3:00 pm: Mrs. Carlson drop-in office hours for all grade levels

2:00-3:00 pm: Mrs. Jarrell drop-in office hours for all grade levels