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Constitution Day
Lessons and activities to use in the classroom for Constitution Day.
Lang. Arts/English
Social Studies


Hallmark Hall of Fame Movies

Cyberbullying information
Cyberbullying can take many forms – sending hurtful text messages and pictures, posting cruel comments online, or creating fake Facebook or MySpace pages to impersonate other kids – and it can have a devastating effect, especially considering the amount of time kids today spend online, texting, and using digital media.

American Teacher
American Teacher magazine

NCLB - Lets Get It Right
AFT provides information and discussion regarding the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law.

National Youth Service Day
Set for April 21-23, 2006, the annual National Youth Service Day is designed to get young people started on a path of service and civic engagement, and to give youth a role in identifying and addressing the needs of their communities. Planning toolkits, service-learning curriculum guides, posters, grant information and more available.

StoryCorps, the largest oral history project in the nation's history, entered its second year in December with visits to Gulfport, Miss. and Las Vegas, Nev. Sponsored by PBS, it details the lives and struggles of ordinary Americans.

Religion and Ethics Newsletter
PBS provides Web materials for high school and college educators. These include lesson plans for every grade level dealing with such issues as stem cell research, separation of church and state, and women in Islam.
"Find the tools and resources you need to put the power of hands-on learning to work in your classroom!" ( home page)

Educators National Science Standards & Lesson Bank
"This Bank of Standards Based Lessons is designed to help PreK - 12 educators increase student learning specifically in science. It has the capability of preparing students to demonstrate their knowledge and skills both on standardized testing and in daily learning."

Architect Studio 3D : Design a home with Frank Lloyd Wright
The great American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed hundreds of houses throughout his long and distinguished career. Each home was uniquely fashioned to meet the needs of its owners and the particular qualities of its location. Wright inspired a generation of architects. Are you one of them? On this Web site, you can design a house, walk through it in 3D, and then share it with the world. You can also learn more about architecture, past and present, and explore Frank Lloyd Wright's life and work.

"Recommended by respected national organizations, this site is based on state content standards, is ad free, and links to online primary sources from eminent museums, libraries, and national archives. Setting up a free classroom account gives students access to primary document research." LMC 03/2006

SoundLearning by MPR
"MPR programs and Web sites provide a wealth of resources for literacy education that support instruction in reading, writing, listening, viewing, speaking, and critical thinking. Complementary audio and text files on the MPR site help auditory learners, new English speakers, struggling readers, and even strong readers make connections between the written and spoken word."

Minnesota Learning Loop by TIES
"The Minnesota Learning Loop Teacher Classroom Resources, created by TIES, is a database of online resources linked to the Minnesota Academic Standards. The first phase includes resources for K-12 Reading and Language Arts. Other curriculum areas will be added in the future. The funding for the first phase was provided to TIES through an Enhancing Education Through Technology grant from the Minnesota Department of Education."

MN Dept of Ed - Academic standards

IFLA Quotations
Quotations about Libraries and Librarians.

"The Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) is a digital library of education-related resources, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences of the U.S. Department of Education. When the ERIC digital library opened to the public on September 1, 2004, the collection consisted primarily of electronic bibliographic records describing journal and non-journal literature selected by ERIC from 1966 - 2003. The collection has expanded to include full-text articles. In years ahead, the collection may include other electronic resources such as audio and video materials. " -Education Resources Information Center.

UnitedStreaming is video streaming service to which the High School subscribes.