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HHSD Professional Learning Community for Year 2 Induction Teachers
HHSD Professional Learning Community for Year 1 Induction Teachers
Course shell for Radosin for Introduction to Computer Science Course
Advanced Web Design (Web Design II)
Web Design Class with Mr. Shinton on Red Days
Template course for introduction to computer science curriculum update.
Updates by Dave Shinton

Welcome to Computer Applications
Instructor: Stefanie Woods


Computer Skills for the 21st Century
Instructor: Ms. Stefanie Woods

Web Design
Instructor: Ms. Stefanie Woods

Computer Skills for the 21st Century
Instructor:  Mrs. Donna Doherty

Advanced Placement Computer Science A

The course will develop programming skills using the Java language. The course is intended for all students who intend to major in Computer Science at the university level. The course prepares students to take the required A.P. Computer Science Exam Part A.

This course includes a study of analytic geometry,functions, limits, differentiation, applications of derivatives, integration, applications of integration,volumes of solids and transcendental functions.  This course will also focus on the use of technology (graphing calculator and web-based content) in mathematics.

This course is designed to prepare students for the Advanced Placement BC Calculus Exam. This course includes a study of differentiation, applications of derivatives, integration, and applications of integration. Functions (linear, polynomial, exponential, trigonometric, transcendental, parametric, polar and vector) will be examined in great detail. Slope fields, series and convergence, Euler’s method, L’Hopital’s Rule and improper integrals are also included in this version of calculus. This course will also focus on the use of technology (graphing calculator and web-based content) in mathematics.

Introduction to Computer Science Period 2 (Red Days) with Mrs. Miller.

This course is designed to prepare students for the Advanced Placement BC Calculus Exam. This course includes a study of differentiation, applications of derivatives, integration, and applications of integration. Functions (linear, polynomial, exponential, trigonometric, transcendental, parametric, polar and vector) will be examined in great detail. Slope fields, series and convergence, Euler’s method, L’Hopital’s Rule and improper integrals are also included in this version of calculus. This course will also focus on the use of technology (graphing calculator and web-based content) in mathematics.

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Introduction to Computer Science Period 1 (Black Days) with Mrs. Miller.

This course is designed to prepare students for the Advanced Placement BC Calculus Exam. This course includes a study of differentiation, applications of derivatives, integration, and applications of integration. Functions (linear, polynomial, exponential, trigonometric, transcendental, parametric, polar and vector) will be examined in great detail. Slope fields, series and convergence, Euler’s method, L’Hopital’s Rule and improper integrals are also included in this version of calculus. This course will also focus on the use of technology (graphing calculator and web-based content) in mathematics.

Keith Valley Middle School 8th Grade Internet Safety Course

Testing the Moodle Features



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