Damian JM. TremblayWorld Languages & Cultures Department chairoffice L200 (8.15 - 9.00)classrooms L219, L601IntroductionMagister Tremblay has taught various levels of history, Latin and Spanish in Maryland, New York and Virginia for twenty years after earning advanced degrees in 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 in order to request a tutor.Promitto me nullo modo in hoc penso conficiendo auxilium impermissum aut dedisse aut accepisse.
"On my honor I have neither given nore received unauthorized aid on this work."Academic informationCoursesLatin 4 Honors (blocks 4, 6, 8)Latin 5 Dual Enrollment (block 7)Advanced Placement Latin (block 3)ScheduleBlocks 3-4 (room L601)Blocks 6-8 (room L219)Advisory (room L403)On-linePlease consult the relevant codes for Google Classroom sites with assignments and deadlines.Latin 3 gk33zxLatin 4 Honors i7btfkrLatin 5 Dual Enrollment y48qi8oAdvanced Placement Latin n1089ajGradesIn order to view assessments, dates and scores, please refer to Synergy Parent Vue.
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