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John Page

Coach Page's 8th Grade U.S. History Class

Hello Parents,

There are many ways to stay involved with your child’s success at school, such as: 

Canvas. All of our classwork will be posted on Canvas this year. Please ensure your child has access, as it will be constantly updated.  *** If no technology is available at home, I can print off the work at school for your child. (https://mustangps.instructure.com/login/canvas

Remind. I encourage BOTH you and your child to sign up. This is a free service that will send texts with upcoming tests, quizzes, and projects due dates that will help your child be successful! 

***Please note, Remind has placed limits on the amount of people in one class, so, there is a separate sign up account 2nd - 4th hours and 5th - 7th hours. You will get the same information. 

PowerSchool. You have access to see your child's grades at any time online. Additionally, you can sign up for weekly summary emails so you can stay up to date all the time.

I am very happy to be teaching your child all the amazing things in U.S. History this year. Together, we can make this a fun, exciting, and rewarding year!

Thank you.

About Coach Page

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Welcome, my name is John Page and I am your 8th grade U.S. History teacher this year! I graduated from Southern Nazarene University with a degree in Social Studies Education. I just got married to my beautiful wife Terah and we have 3 fur babies: Quinn, Gizmo, and Dobby. 

Along with being one of the 8th grade U.S. History teachers, I also coach Freshmen Football. This is my 5th year teaching and to me it is the best job in the world! I love teaching students about history and how it impacts them in their world today. I look forward to getting to know you and helping you succeed in all that you do.

Syllabus Information

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School Number: (405) 376-2448
Planning Period: 1st Hour 

Course Information

The focus of the course in United States History for Grade 8 is the American Revolution through the Civil War and Reconstruction Eras (1754-1877). The student will describe and analyze the major causes, key events, and important personalities of the American Revolution. The student will examine in greater depth the factors, events, documents, significant individuals, and political ideas that led to the formation of the United States of America. These will be pursued through a chronological study of the early national period, westward expansion, and the Civil War and Reconstruction Eras. Citizenship skills will focus upon the historic development and understanding of constitutional government in the United States. The student will continue to develop and put to use a variety of Social Studies Process and Literacy Skills.