Phone: 985-764-9946

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Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. from Nicholls State University Louisiana Teacher Certification in Social Studies

Connie Cheramie

Hello Fighting Wildcats,

Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year. I will be teaching United States History this year and look forward to a great semester with all of you. Whether you are a student or a parent, my primary interest is ensuring that you have a very rewarding and successful experience with my class and our school. The purpose of this course is to help you gain a better understanding of our country and the world around us and to equip you with the tools needed to be a capable and informed citizen.  Google Classroom is a crucial part of this class, and slide shows, sources and assignments can be found there.  It also includes our US History Calendar 22 Fall with daily topics and due dates.  It is the expectation that students check this on a daily basis, especially when absent.  I look forward to a great new school year!!

  • FALL

    Period 1:  Planning

    Period 2:  U.S. History

    Period 3:  U.S. History

    Period 4:  U.S. History

    SPRING

    Period 1:  U.S. History

    Period 2:  U.S History

    Period 3:  U.S. Planning

    Period 4:  U.S. History

  • Missed Class

    • Students are responsible for all work missed, and all makeup work must be completed within 3 days.
    • Information that is needed can be found on Google Classroom, the “Pick-up” Box, or from Ms. Cheramie.
    • Daily Warm-up instructions are on assignment sheet.
    • Test must be made up at TLC (Fill out gold slip and turn into Ms. Cheramie).
  • Supplies

    • Chromebook
    • Binder
    • Pencil and blue or black ink pen
  • Grading

    • Summative Assessments (tests and projects): 60% of class grade
    • Formative Assessments (class work, homework, and quizzes): 40% of class grade
    • ** Note: If you are absent, missed work must be made up within 1 week.

     

    LEAP 2025

    • Students will be taking the U.S. History LEAP 2025 which will count for 20% of their grade.