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Mrs. Jarrett

This is Mrs. Michiko Jarrett's nineteenth year at LCHS.  She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Secondary Education with a concentration in social studies grades 5 through 12 from Shepherd University in December 1997.  In August 2000, she finished her Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Coppin State University. Previously, she taught at Middletown High School, MD for four and a half years.

During most of her career, she taught World History II and AP World History with a smattering of electives like Sociology and Psychology.  Mrs. Jarrett teaches AP Economics, academic Economics, and sheltered (ELL) Economics in room 217.  
Currently, she is busy creating new resources like videos of her PowerPoints for students to access during distance learning and absences while tackling the new learning management tool of Schoology.
    1.  Log onto Schoology and check the assignments for the current unit and complete what you can.
    2.  Review the PowerPoint notes that go with the current chapter of study.
    3.  For regular economics use the online textbook for Understanding Economics and practice the reading questions.  For AP Economics work on your problem sets and review the material in your AP textbook.  
    Schoology Down? 
    1.  Continue to join Google Meet's synchronous instruction.
    2.  Continue to work using Google Drive and Google products.
    3.  The textbook can be accessed via LCPS Go.
    4.  Students can access the class notebook via Office 365.


    Google Meet Down? 
    1. Continue to use Schoology and complete assignments, watch videos, access the textbook, and the class notebook just like you would for asynchronous learning.
    Take advantage of the parent VUE in Phoenix and Schoology to see how your child in progressing in Economics.
    Read over the "Class Description" which is also known as the syllabus.  It will let you know everything about the course and how the class operates.  Daily assignments and homework are posted in Schoology.


Last Modified on August 31, 2020