Mr. Welter's Social Studies
     Week of April 6th

     This week we are doing something a little different, we will be working off a choice board.  You can find this choice board by clicking here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eEwFGvbaU25ZvdU-MJ48nK1mX6i7x84qa-1u1kdvCwM/edit?usp=sharing


    Let's meet!! I will be online here between 12:00-12:30


    All work will be done on Seesaw

    Advisory meets Monday from 9:00-9:30 click here to meet


    Attention Students and Families: You can access your s
    social studies work in Hapara, go to Mystudentdashboard.com  If you have any questions as you work through the activities, you can email me at dwelter@emsd63.org from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  





  • Materials Needed Daily
    A labeled two-pocket folder (for this class only)
    America: History of Our Nation Interactive Reader
    Assignment notebook
    Charged Chromebook
    All assignments should be written down in each student’s assignment notebook on a daily basis.
    Assignments may also be found in the Calendar section on the class website. I encourage 
    parents/guardians to look through their child’s assignment notebook and follow their grades on 
    PowerSchool (link can be found on my website) in order to keep track of what is happening in our classroom. 
    Students are expected to complete assignments on time. If an assignment is not turned in on time, students are still required to complete the assignment.  Each assignment is due at 
    the beginning of the class and should be turned in to the appropriate bin. On average, students 
    will receive social studies homework no more than twice a week. 
    In the event of an absence, it is the student's responsibility to find out what they have missed during their absence and complete the work. If a student misses an extended amount of time from school, arrangements can be made to send assignments home.