• Welcome to a new Humanities experience. I already miss seeing each of you in person every day. I hope we return to a normal classroom connection soon. Until that time, this will be a work in progress. As you know by now, I believe in embracing learning through making mistakes and then making improvements. I'm sure I'll need help from you, my students, as we figure out how we manage school away from school. This could be a fun experiment! Let's promise to be flexible, gracious and kind as we figure this out together.

    Most of our interactions with each other will be done through google classroom, REMIND, and my classroom website. Under each of the grade level tabs, you will find a calendar of optional learning assignments and links to interesting Social Studies based websites and games. I know I am going to miss you, so I may post times for us to connect over video chats, we may attempt to hold class check-ins through Google hangouts or Zoom (something I'm still learning about!), and I will continue communicating with you and your families through Remind.

    I will be available throughout the school closure to answer questions, help with learning, and just be there to try help you through moments of boredom or fear. If possible, please try to get you and/or your adult signed up to receive text updates from me through REMIND, this is the most secure and fastest way to get information from me.

     

    Contact Info

    If you have questions or concerns I am available to help! Students and parents can contact me in any of the following ways:

    • Leave a comment on Google Classroom
    • Send me a message on Remind
    • Email me at kguymon@amphi.com

    During normal school hours, I will usually respond within 30 minutes. If messages are sent after normal school hours, you can expect a response the following morning.

    Please contact the front office (696-6730) if you DO NOT have consistent and reliable access to a device and/or the Internet. 

    Hard copies of materials will be sent out to those students we know are in this situation.