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David Adams


Social Studies

Government (.5 Credit)          Economics (.5 Credit)

Government and Economics are two separate, independent courses required by the State of Texas for high school graduation.  Each course is one semester.  A student enrolled in economics in the first semester will be enrolled in government the second semester; government students at the end of the first semester will be enrolled in econmics.

A student must earn a grade of 70 or higher in each of the courses to graduate.  The two course grades can not be averaged.  Failure to make a passing grade in either subject means a student must retake the course he/she did not earn a grade of 70.



                 Contact Information:
              Phone: 936-875-9232
              Conference Period:  3rd Period


Period Courses(s) Time
1st Period Government/Economics 8:00 – 8:55
2nd Period Govenment/Economicsnce 9:00 – 9:55
3rd Period Conference

10:00 – 10:55

4th Period Goverment/Economics 11:30 – 12:35
5th Period Economcis/Government 12:40 – 1:35
6th Period Econoimics/Government 1:40 – 2:35
7th Period Economics/Government        2:40 – 3:30




Class Expectations

Be on time for class.
Bring pens, pencils, spiral notebooks, and paper every day.
Be courteous to all people.
Complete all work in assigned times at passing levels.
Check for, and complete, assignments in CANVAS and SKYWARD on a dailly basis.
Cells phones are to turned off and placed in holders