Damian JM. TremblayWorld Languages & Cultures Department chairoffice FHS L200 (B days, 8.15 - 9.15), JML (B days, 8.00 - 8.30)IntroductionMagister Tremblay has taught various levels of history, Latin and Spanish in Maryland, New York and Virginia for twenty years after earning advanced degrees in Classical languages (Greek and Latin) at Buffalo and Philadelphia universities in addition to studies in archaeology, English, French and philosophy.Peer tutoring is available from the second marking period on Mondays through Fridays during many study halls pending tutors' schedules. Please consult the Academic Support Center page [pending] in order to request a tutor.Prōmittō mē nūllō modō in hōc pēnsō cōnficiendō auxilium impermissum aut dedisse aut accēpisse.
"On my honor I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this work."Academic informationCoursesLatin 1 JMLLatin 2 JML, FHSLatin 3Latin 4 HonorsDual Enrollment Latin 5Advanced Placement LatinScheduleBlock 2 (room 607)Blocks 1, 3 (rooms JML 623, FHS L218)Block 5 (room L207)Block 6 (room L218)Block 6 (room L400)On-linePlease consult the relevant codes for Schoology course sites with assignments and deadlines.Latin 1 PPCM M5T2 D9F8MLatin 2 QT9W 3Z4J BGSBV, 4BDQ VJ3F D53MRLatin 3 4BDQ VJ3F D53MRLatin 4 Honors N5R6 3HW3 WXNVQDual Enrollment Latin 5 82CS SDFD GZ2V3Advanced Placement Latin 9KMM R9F2 2SD7VGradesIn order to view assessments, dates and scores, please refer to Parent Vue.
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