Please be aware that approval of any component submitted post-deadline will require an in-person meeting with the Capstone Committee. Late submissions will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Completed During Semester 1
Completed no later than 2/1/19
1 – Statement of Intent - Approved by your Government teacher
2 – Website Creation - URL Submitted to your Government teacher
3 – Begin blogging about the Capstone process
Completed no later than 3/4/19
Projects will be submitted to the Capstone Commitee for final approval when:
- Website is up-to-date and meets all guidelines
- Capstone Proposal has been approved by your Government teacher
- Mentor has been chosen
- Click on this link for a list of community members who have already committed to serving as Capstone Mentors. Feel free to contact one of these people or to find your own mentor.
- All applicable paperwork has been turned in to your Government teacher.
Completed no later than 4/5/19
1 – Multimedia Research Project uploaded to Website
Beginning 4/8/19, the Capstone Committee will review your project and you will receive permission to begin Phase 4 provided there is satisfactory completion of all components leading up to the fieldwork.
5/20/19 – 6/5/19
1 – Minimum 50 hours of Fieldwork and Daily Blog Posts
Minimum 25 hours of fieldwork for Monroe/AET/AOS students
2 – Video Portfolio Uploaded to Website
3 – MANDATORY Capstone Presentations (6/5/19)