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Mon-May-16

Study for Exam

Tue-May-17

Study for Exam

Wed-May-18

Senior Exam Schedule

Wednesday, May 18, 2022                                                                                   
1st Period Exam & Chromebook/Power Cord Collection     7:40 – 9:10                                                      
Break                                                                               9:10 – 9:20                  
2nd Period                                                                        9:20 – 10:00    
3rd Period                                                                         10:07 - 10:47                                       
4th Period                                                                         10:54 – 11:34
Lunch                                                                               11:34 – 12:28
6th Period                                                                         12:33 – 1:13
7th Period                                                                         1:20 – 2:00

8th Period                                                                        2:07 – 2:47

Thu-May-19

Senior Exam Schedule

Thursday, May 19, 2022
1st Period Chromebook/Power Cord Collection                  7:40 – 8:10                                                      
2nd Period Exam & Chromebook/Power Cord Collection    8:17 – 9:47                  
Break                                                                               9:47 – 9:57      
3rd Period Exam & Chromebook/Power Cord Collection    9:57 - 11:27                                        
Lunch                                                                               11:27 – 12:21
4th Period                                                                         12:26 – 12:56
6th Period                                                                         1:03 – 1:33
7th Period                                                                         1:40 – 2:10
8th Period                                                                        2:17 – 2:47

Fri-May-20

All Students Exam schedule

Friday, May 20, 2022                                                                                           
8th Period Exam Review                                                   7:40 – 8:00                                                      
8th Period Exam & Chromebook/Power Cord Collection     8:10 – 9:40                  
Break                                                                                9:40 – 9:50      
7th Period Exam Review                                                   9:50 - 10:10                                        
7th Period Exam & Chromebook/Power Cord Collection     10:20 – 11:50
Lunch                                                                               11:50 – 12:45
6th Period Exam Review                                                   12:50 – 1:40
4th Period Exam Review                                                  1:50 – 2:47

10  

 

Mon-May-9

 

Monday,
May 9, 2022

Calculus AB

Calculus BC

Computer Science Principles

Italian Language and Culture

 

Tue-May-10

Tuesday,
May 10, 2022

English Language and Composition

Physics C: Mechanics

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

Wed-May-11

 

Seniors may begin turning in their textbooks, Chromebooks and power cords in the library computer lab on Wednesday, May 11. (Students should enter through the science hallway.) The Chromebook and charger must be returned together. Chromebooks will be inspected for cracked cases, broken screens, and missing keys. In the case of loss or damage, the following charges may be incurred:   
o   Lost/not returned - $200  
o   Multi-part Chromebook repair - $100   
o   Lost power cord with AC adapter - $40   
o   Broken screen - $75   
o   Broken hinge - $25   
o   Keyboard - $20   

Note: Returning underclassmen will keep their Chromebooks and power cords, and may begin returning their textbooks on Wednesday, May 18.  

Wednesday,
May 11, 2022

Chinese Language and Culture

Spanish Language and Culture

Biology

Thu-May-12

Thursday,
May 12, 2022

French Language and Culture

World History: Modern

Physics 1: Algebra

Fri-May-13

Friday,
May 13, 2022

German Language and Culture

Music Theory

Latin

Physics 2: Algebra B

9  

 

Mon-May-2

AP Submission Deadline

The deadline to submit the 2022 APCSP Create Performance Task is Monday, May 2, 2022, at 11:59 pm EDT. Students have to submit the three task components (program, video, and written answers) to the AP Digital Portfolio by this time for it to be considered in the final scoring.

Tue-May-3

Work on AP Central Questions

Wed-May-4

No new grades to be entered.

Check Skyward, I have NOT updated old grades but will do that throughout the day.

Thu-May-5

Practice Exams do NOT go in the gradebook.

Grades updated

Fri-May-6

 

Practice Exams do NOT go in the gradebook.

Friday,
May 6, 2022

European History

United States History

Art History

Microeconomics

  BHS AP Testing Tidbits
•    Testing will be at Otter Creek Church at 409 Franklin Road, Brentwood TN (1 mile from high school). See map attached regarding parking-PLEASE DO NOT PARK on Meadow Lake Dr. -You will be towed by Brentwood police!
•    Students must be presented by 7:30( morning test) and 11:30 (afternoon test)
•    What to bring- #2 pencils, pens (Blue or Black only), calculator (see specific Calculators below) in a clear gallon Ziploc. Pencils pouches or any container that is not clear are not allowed.
•    Dress appropriately
•    No hats or hoods in the testing room.
•    Students cannot use their coat or hoodies as a pillow or blanket. Hoodies must be used correctly on the body or on the back of the chair.
•    All personal belonging will be placed in the back of room.
•    Students CANNOT have cellphones, smart watches or devices that link to the outside world. Do not bring into church-leave them at home or in the car.  Any of these devices will be removed from the testing room.
•    Collegeboard AP does not allow students to return to their belongings during break.
•    Students will be allowed to have snacks during break, PTSO will provide limited snacks. For students who have approved dietary restriction please check in snacks.
•    Students will be allowed to have water in a CLEAR container with NO writings of any kind…. please remove the labels. All containers will be inspected by proctors.
•    There are limited bathrooms at the church as student must use bathroom one at a time, patience will be needed.
•    Students will be excused from school for the day they are taking each of their AP exams.
•    We encourage you to not schedule any appointments during AP testing as exams may run longer for various reasons. However, each AP exam normally take 3-4 hours depending on the exam. Students with accommodations will take longer to test.
Regarding AP Exams
•    Each exam will be proctored and timed accordingly.
•    All exams will start on time and students arriving late will not be allowed to test (see attached AP Exam schedule)
•    Students will be assigned a seating charts-Siblings cannot seat together.
•    Extra paper or Scratch paper is only allowed for AP Chinese exams.
•    Students can not leave testing room before the end of the exam for any reasons.
•    No items can be under their seat except keys and their AP labels that will be given by proctor.
•    Students must remain quiet until exam are counted and they are dismissed.
Calculators
•    Calculators are allowed only on Biology, Calculus (AB/BC), Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Physics 1&2, Physics C and Statistics
•    If a student in the following courses above does not use a calculator, student will be required to complete ad sign Calculator Release Statement
•    Students may bring up to 2 permitted calculators to exam.
Please check the following website for approved list of gra

 

Mon-Apr-25

 

Big Idea 2 DATA Weighting 17 - 22%

4 questions set due midnight tonight

Binary Numbers - 6 questions - due midnight tonight
Data Compression - 3 question - due midnight tonight
Extracting Information from Data - 6 questions - due midnight tonight
Using Programs with Data - 6 questions - due midnight tonight

Videos - optional

 

Lunches will be sold for $7 on Go Fan this year and can be bought starting this Friday.
Yes, we will accept cash during lunch, but we are encouraging all students to buy online. 
Thursday is food truck day and trucks will accept cards and cash.  We will be using the reservation sign up again this year.

1st 7:40-8:21
2nd 8:28-9:09
Break 9:09-9:19
3rd 9:19-10:00
4th 10:07-10:53
Lunch
Monday: Chick-fil-A & Dodgeball
Tuesday: Pizza & Dodgeball
Wednesday: Sonic, Kickball, World Cup
Thursday: Food Trucks
Friday: Whitt’s BBQ, Kickball, World Cup 10:58-12:25
6th 12:30-1:11
7th 1:18-1:59
8th 2:06-2:47

 

Tue-Apr-26

 

11:10-12:35 LUNCH
12:40-1:20 2nd Period
1:27-2:07 3rd Period
2:14-2:47 8th Period

6th, 4th, NO 1st

Wed-Apr-27

Bell Schedule
Lunch end 12:25
2nd period 12:30-1:11
3rd  period 1:18-1:59
8th period 2:06-2:24

 

 

7th, NO 6th

 

Thu-Apr-28

 

Big Idea 4 COMPUTING SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS Weighting 11 - 15%

The big event today is the Food Truck Rally. 
We use a reservation system so that students do not spend the whole lunch period waiting in line. 
A couple of items for the day:

  • Food Trucks will be in front of the Stem building.
  • Do not release students until lunch begins.  We must get trucks and volunteers in place for the event to run smoothly. 
  • Students can place one order, not multiple orders during their reservation time.  
  • At this time, there are still spots available; students can still sign up.  
  • Reservation link in case someone needs it:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805084dafab2ba6fb6-spring1

 

Your students are almost at the finish line to complete performance task requirements for the AP® Computer Science Principles course this year. Please encourage your students to take the following steps:

Submit Work as Final

Our records indicate that as of April 25 at least one of your students hasn’t submitted all of the Create performance task components (program code, video, and written response) as final in the AP Digital Portfolio. The deadline is May 2, 11:59 p.m. ET.

Please encourage your students to upload and submit their work as final now and not wait until the last minute. Because of the high volume of simultaneous submissions as the deadline approaches, it may take longer to upload files and they risk missing the deadline.

For performance task guidelines

Student Handouts
Scoring Guidlines

 

 

Big Idea 3 ALGORITHMS AND PROGRAMMING Weighting 30 - 35%

Gradebook May 3
Variables and Assignments 6 - due midnight Friday
Data Abstractions 6 - due midnight Friday
Mathematical Expressions 6 - due midnight Fridayy
Strings 3 - due midnight Friday
Boolean Expressions 6 - due midnight Friday

Gradebook May 3
Conditionals 6 - due midnight Friday
Nested Conditionals 6 - due midnight Friday
Iteration 6 - due midnight Friday
Developing Algorithms 6 - due midnight Friday
Lists 6 - due midnight Friday

Gradebook May 3
Binary Search 6 - due midnight Friday
Calling Procedures 6 - due midnight Friday
Developing Porcedures 6 - due midnight Friday
LIbraries 3 - due midnight Friday
Random Values 6 - due midnight Friday

Gradebook May 3
Simulations 6 - due midnight Friday
Algorithmic Efficiency 3 - due midnight Friday
Undecidable Problems 3 - Edue midnight Friday

 

1st 7:40-8:21
2nd 8:28-9:09
Break 9:09-9:19
3rd 9:19-10:00
4th 10:07-10:53
Lunch
Monday: Chick-fil-A & Dodgeball
Tuesday: Pizza & Dodgeball
Wednesday: Sonic, Kickball, World Cup
Thursday: Food Trucks
Friday: Whitt’s BBQ, Kickball, World Cup 10:58-12:25
6th 12:30-1:11
7th 1:18-1:59
8th 2:06-2:47

Fri-Apr-29

 

Your students are almost at the finish line to complete performance task requirements for the AP® Computer Science Principles course this year. Please encourage your students to take the following steps:

Submit Work as Final

Our records indicate that as of April 25 at least one of your students hasn’t submitted all of the Create performance task components (program code, video, and written response) as final in the AP Digital Portfolio. The deadline is May 2, 11:59 p.m. ET.

Please encourage your students to upload and submit their work as final now and not wait until the last minute. Because of the high volume of simultaneous submissions as the deadline approaches, it may take longer to upload files and they risk missing the deadline.

For performance task guidelines

Student Handouts
Scoring Guidlines

 

 

1st 7:40-8:21
2nd 8:28-9:09
Break 9:09-9:19
3rd 9:19-10:00
4th 10:07-10:53
Lunch
Monday: Chick-fil-A & Dodgeball
Tuesday: Pizza & Dodgeball
Wednesday: Sonic, Kickball, World Cup
Thursday: Food Trucks
Friday: Whitt’s BBQ, Kickball, World Cup 10:58-12:25
6th 12:30-1:11
7th 1:18-1:59
8th 2:06-2:47

7 BHS AP Testing Tidbits
•    Testing will be at Otter Creek Church at 409 Franklin Road, Brentwood TN (1 mile from high school). See map attached regarding parking-PLEASE DO NOT PARK on Meadow Lake Dr. -You will be towed by Brentwood police!
•    Students must be presented by 7:30( morning test) and 11:30 (afternoon test)
•    What to bring- #2 pencils, pens (Blue or Black only), calculator (see specific Calculators below) in a clear gallon Ziploc. Pencils pouches or any container that is not clear are not allowed.
•    Dress appropriately
•    No hats or hoods in the testing room.
•    Students cannot use their coat or hoodies as a pillow or blanket. Hoodies must be used correctly on the body or on the back of the chair.
•    All personal belonging will be placed in the back of room.
•    Students CANNOT have cellphones, smart watches or devices that link to the outside world. Do not bring into church-leave them at home or in the car.  Any of these devices will be removed from the testing room.
•    Collegeboard AP does not allow students to return to their belongings during break.
•    Students will be allowed to have snacks during break, PTSO will provide limited snacks. For students who have approved dietary restriction please check in snacks.
•    Students will be allowed to have water in a CLEAR container with NO writings of any kind…. please remove the labels. All containers will be inspected by proctors.
•    There are limited bathrooms at the church as student must use bathroom one at a time, patience will be needed.
•    Students will be excused from school for the day they are taking each of their AP exams.
•    We encourage you to not schedule any appointments during AP testing as exams may run longer for various reasons. However, each AP exam normally take 3-4 hours depending on the exam. Students with accommodations will take longer to test.
Regarding AP Exams
•    Each exam will be proctored and timed accordingly.
•    All exams will start on time and students arriving late will not be allowed to test (see attached AP Exam schedule)
•    Students will be assigned a seating charts-Siblings cannot seat together.
•    Extra paper or Scratch paper is only allowed for AP Chinese exams.
•    Students can not leave testing room before the end of the exam for any reasons.
•    No items can be under their seat except keys and their AP labels that will be given by proctor.
•    Students must remain quiet until exam are counted and they are dismissed.
Calculators
•    Calculators are allowed only on Biology, Calculus (AB/BC), Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Physics 1&2, Physics C and Statistics
•    If a student in the following courses above does not use a calculator, student will be required to complete ad sign Calculator Release Statement
•    Students may bring up to 2 permitted calculators to exam.
Please check the following website for approved list of gra

 

Mon-Apr-18

 

Due start of class - Everyone submit this form.

Due midnight tonight

1. Watch 3 AP Central Videos.
2. Answer AP Central Review 16 - 20 Questions
3. Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the questions. No credit if filled out before answering the questions.

AP Submission Deadline

The deadline to submit the 2022 APCSP Create Performance Task is Monday, May 2, 2022, at 11:59 pm EDT. Students have to submit the three task components (program, video, and written answers) to the AP Digital Portfolio by this time for it to be considered in the final scoring.

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

Tue-Apr-19

BHS AP Testing Tidbits
•    Testing will be at Otter Creek Church at 409 Franklin Road, Brentwood TN (1 mile from high school). See map attached regarding parking-PLEASE DO NOT PARK on Meadow Lake Dr. -You will be towed by Brentwood police!
•    Students must be presented by 7:30( morning test) and 11:30 (afternoon test)
•    What to bring- #2 pencils, pens (Blue or Black only), calculator (see specific Calculators below) in a clear gallon Ziploc. Pencils pouches or any container that is not clear are not allowed.
•    Dress appropriately
•    No hats or hoods in the testing room.
•    Students cannot use their coat or hoodies as a pillow or blanket. Hoodies must be used correctly on the body or on the back of the chair.
•    All personal belonging will be placed in the back of room.
•    Students CANNOT have cellphones, smart watches or devices that link to the outside world. Do not bring into church-leave them at home or in the car.  Any of these devices will be removed from the testing room.
•    Collegeboard AP does not allow students to return to their belongings during break.
•    Students will be allowed to have snacks during break, PTSO will provide limited snacks. For students who have approved dietary restriction please check in snacks.
•    Students will be allowed to have water in a CLEAR container with NO writings of any kind…. please remove the labels. All containers will be inspected by proctors.
•    There are limited bathrooms at the church as student must use bathroom one at a time, patience will be needed.
•    Students will be excused from school for the day they are taking each of their AP exams.
•    We encourage you to not schedule any appointments during AP testing as exams may run longer for various reasons. However, each AP exam normally take 3-4 hours depending on the exam. Students with accommodations will take longer to test.
Regarding AP Exams
•    Each exam will be proctored and timed accordingly.
•    All exams will start on time and students arriving late will not be allowed to test (see attached AP Exam schedule)
•    Students will be assigned a seating charts-Siblings cannot seat together.
•    Extra paper or Scratch paper is only allowed for AP Chinese exams.
•    Students can not leave testing room before the end of the exam for any reasons.
•    No items can be under their seat except keys and their AP labels that will be given by proctor.
•    Students must remain quiet until exam are counted and they are dismissed.
Calculators
•    Calculators are allowed only on Biology, Calculus (AB/BC), Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Physics 1&2, Physics C and Statistics
•    If a student in the following courses above does not use a calculator, student will be required to complete ad sign Calculator Release Statement
•    Students may bring up to 2 permitted calculators to exam.
Please check the following website for approved list of graphing calculators https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/exam-policies-guidelines/calculator-policies

 

2nd, NO 3rd

 

 

 

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

Wed-Apr-20

 

Videos on submitting the Performance Task

Suggestions

Have code open
Have questions open - Written Questions in a document. docx | doc | rtf | pdf

Resources

Code Print Website - https://bakerfranke.github.io/codePrint/ - copy and paste some code and save as a pdf
Install Video Software (from the video) - https://screencast-o-matic.com/ Install on your workstation
Code Print Website - https://bakerfranke.github.io/codePrint/ - copy and paste some code and save as a pdf

 

Videos on submitting the Performance Task

CREATE TASK: Part 1/5: THE RUBRIC - AP Computer Science Principles How To 5 min
CREATE TASK: Part 2/5: PLANNING YOUR PROJECT - AP Computer Science Principles How To 4 min
CREATE TASK: Part 3/5: CODING YOUR PROJECT - AP Computer Science Principles How To 5 min
CREATE TASK: Part 4/5: REFLECTIONS AND RESPONSES - AP Computer Science Principles How 5 min
CREATE TASK: Part 5/5: DIGITAL PORTFOLIO SUBMISSION- AP Computer Science Principles 5 min

Create Task - Program Walkthrough (AP Computer Science Principles) (Spring 2022) 13 min
Create Task - Free Response & Rubric Walkthrough (AP Computer Science Principles) (Spring 2022) 20 min
Citing Code And Resources For The Create Task (AP Computer Science Principles) 10 min
Parameters and Abstraction - Block Code - App Lab (Code.org)
Parameters and Abstraction - Text Code - App Lab (Code.org)
Sequencing, Selection, And Iteration - Block Code - App Lab (Code.org) 7 min
Sequencing, Selection, And Iteration - Text Code - App Lab (Code.org)
For Loop - App Lab (Code.org)
App Lab (Code.org) - Get Data From A Table (Block Based Code)
App Lab (Code.org) - Get Data From A Table (Text Based Code)

CREATE TASK - RUBRIC WALKTHROUGH - AP Computer Science Principles Sample Project and Responses 28 min
AP Computer Science Principles: Create Task (Scored a 5) 8 min
2022 APCSP Performance Task Webinar 37 min

 

Viewed previously

Create Task Walk-Through Video 1 - 28 min
Create Task Walk-Through Video 2 - 20 min
Other AP Principles Create Task Walk-Through Videos
Rubric and Written Questions Video
Create Task Video -Youtube
Create Task Videos with notes

AP Digital Portfolio: Student User Guide for AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computer Science Principles Student Handouts

 

 

1st, 3rd, NO 2nd

 

 

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

Thu-Apr-21

4 AP Classroom Videos on Submission questions 3a,3b, 3c, 3d - Assigned but not required, they will be shown in class.

AP Create Task classroom time for submission - Day 1 (Day 2 on the 26th)

2nd - Completed all three parts (code, video, questions) - Ferraro, Muldrow
3rd - Have submitted all three parts (code, video, questions) - Driver, Meyer

 

Fri-Apr-22

Big Idea 1 CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT Weighting10 - 13%

Two Quizzes (3 questions and 6 questions) required by midnight Sunday
Videos optional - The are over the questions above.

Substitute

 

 

 

6

 

BHS AP Testing Tidbits
•    Testing will be at Otter Creek Church at 409 Franklin Road, Brentwood TN (1 mile from high school). See map attached regarding parking-PLEASE DO NOT PARK on Meadow Lake Dr. -You will be towed by Brentwood police!
•    Students must be presented by 7:30( morning test) and 11:30 (afternoon test)
•    What to bring- #2 pencils, pens (Blue or Black only), calculator (see specific Calculators below) in a clear gallon Ziploc. Pencils pouches or any container that is not clear are not allowed.
•    Dress appropriately
•    No hats or hoods in the testing room.
•    Students cannot use their coat or hoodies as a pillow or blanket. Hoodies must be used correctly on the body or on the back of the chair.
•    All personal belonging will be placed in the back of room.
•    Students CANNOT have cellphones, smart watches or devices that link to the outside world. Do not bring into church-leave them at home or in the car.  Any of these devices will be removed from the testing room.
•    Collegeboard AP does not allow students to return to their belongings during break.
•    Students will be allowed to have snacks during break, PTSO will provide limited snacks. For students who have approved dietary restriction please check in snacks.
•    Students will be allowed to have water in a CLEAR container with NO writings of any kind…. please remove the labels. All containers will be inspected by proctors.
•    There are limited bathrooms at the church as student must use bathroom one at a time, patience will be needed.
•    Students will be excused from school for the day they are taking each of their AP exams.
•    We encourage you to not schedule any appointments during AP testing as exams may run longer for various reasons. However, each AP exam normally take 3-4 hours depending on the exam. Students with accommodations will take longer to test.
Regarding AP Exams
•    Each exam will be proctored and timed accordingly.
•    All exams will start on time and students arriving late will not be allowed to test (see attached AP Exam schedule)
•    Students will be assigned a seating charts-Siblings cannot seat together.
•    Extra paper or Scratch paper is only allowed for AP Chinese exams.
•    Students can not leave testing room before the end of the exam for any reasons.
•    No items can be under their seat except keys and their AP labels that will be given by proctor.
•    Students must remain quiet until exam are counted and they are dismissed.
Calculators
•    Calculators are allowed only on Biology, Calculus (AB/BC), Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Physics 1&2, Physics C and Statistics
•    If a student in the following courses above does not use a calculator, student will be required to complete ad sign Calculator Release Statement
•    Students may bring up to 2 permitted calculators to exam.
Please check the following website for approved list of graphing calculators https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/exam-policies-guidelines/calculator-policies

 

 

 

Mon-Apr-11

Today - All due midnight tonight

1. Watch 3 AP Central Videos.

2. Answer AP Central Review 17 - 10 Questions

3. Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the questions. No credit if filled out before answering the questions.

I think all grades are updated.

Slideshow pdf

 

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

Tue-Apr-12

Today - All due midnight tonight

Complete From Monday - Technical Difficulties, check Skyward for what I have. Anything can be redone or submitted on time by midnight tonight.

Review 17 - 10 Questions: Check Skyward, full credit today.
Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the questions. Full credit today.

Review 6&7 - 37 questions in AP Central Classroom

Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the questions. No credit if filled out before answering the questions.

 

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

Wed-Apr-13

Grades are updated

Today - All due midnight tonight

1. Watch 3 AP Central Videos.

2. Answer AP Central Review 15 - 19 Questions

Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the questions. No credit if filled out before answering the questions.

 

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

Thu-Apr-14

Grades updated

Today - All due midnight Sunday

1. Watch 3 AP Central Videos.

2. Answer AP Central Review 12 - 19 Questions

Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the questions. No credit if filled out before answering the questions.

 

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

Fri-Apr-15

 

No School

 

 

5  

 

Mon-Apr-4

Today - all due midnight tonight

1. Login AP Central 28 questions Review 8-9 (work together) and two videos
2. Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the 28 questions.

AP Central Questions and Review

Tue-Apr-5

Review 8-9 most requested questions

Question 4 - 6
Question 15 - 6
Question 17 - 6
Question 23 - 7

Today - All due midnight tonight

1. AP Central Questions Review 10 and four videos, one over each most requested questions.
2. 2. Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the 16 questions.

 

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

Wed-Apr-6

 

Today - All due midnight tonight

Updating grades in class today.

1. AP Central Questions Review 11 and 3 videos, one over each most requested questions

Review 10
#9 - 8 requests
#14 - 7 requests
#2 - 5 requests

2. Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the 16 questions.

 

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

Thu-Apr-7

 

Today - All due midnight tonight

1. AP Central Questions Review 14 and 3 videos, one over each most requested questions

Review 11
#6 - 5 requests
#11 - 5 requests
#8 - 4 requests

2. Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the 16 questions.

 

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

Fri-Apr-8

 

Today - All due midnight Sunday

1. AP Central Questions Review 13 and 3 videos, one over each most requested questions

2. Fill out this form (EVERYONE) when finished with the 16 questions.

 

AP Create Task submission classroom time for submission is April 21th

4  

 

 

Mon-Mar-28

 

1

Video notes and reflection

 

Tue-Mar-29

NOT meeting today

AAPPL AND ALIRA WORLD LANGUAGE TESTING

Tuesday, March 29, 2022
1st           7:40 – 9:05   (85 mins)
Break (15 mins)
4th           9:20 – 10:45   (85 mins)
5th            10:45 – 11:37(enrichment ends at 11:10)
6th           11:42 – 1:07  (85 mins)
Break (15 mins)

8th           1:22 – 2:47  (85 mins)
Wed-Mar-30

 

How to do these assignments if you are working with someone.

1. answer individually
2. compare answers
3. different answers, research out who is right.
4. if you don't understand or know the answer, submit the question number.

APCentral Questions set 1 due EOC - Big Idea 1 - Everyone will submit this form today
APCentral Questions review 3 and 4 - Everyone will submit this form today

 

AAPPL AND ALIRA WORLD LANGUAGE TESTING

2nd         7:40 – 9:05   (85 mins)
Break (15 mins)
3rd          9:20 – 10:45   (85 mins)
5th            10:45 – 11:37(enrichment ends at 11:10)
7th           11:42 – 1:07  (85 mins)
Break (15 mins)
8th           1:22 – 2:47  (85 mins) (Mr. BHS!)

Thu-Mar-31

 

Binary Search Video (2:40)
Login to AP Classroom all due midnight tonight, should get done in class.

(40) Four videos are assigned. Turn on closed caption and watch or plug in.

Yes I can tell if you have watched it.
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This person would get a 7/10 on this video. I don't round, it's too hard!

(10) Complete the study guide
(10) Submit this form after completing the study guide.

 

Fri-Apr-1

Random Seat Assignments followed by

(30) Review 5-3a - submit this form when done.

 

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Mon-Mar-21

At the very start of class do the following:

1. Testing Dates Submission due at the start of class today. 20 pts in first 10 minutes, 15 pts during class, 10 pts after class.
2. Grades and Grade Issues Submission due at the start of class today. 20 pts in first 10 minutes, 15 pts during class, 10 pts after class.

Unit 1 Digital Information in Code.org

Lesson 4 to Lesson 7
Lesson 4, 5, and 6 due midnight tonight

Tue-Mar-22 Lesson 4-6 in gradebook - Those not current (lessons 4-6) have been assigned enrichment for Wednesday. If you are current by start of class tomorrow (lessons 4-9) you do NOT have to attend. Does not apply to those absent yesterday.

Work on Lesson 7 through 9 due EOC Wednesday

Wed-Mar-23

Lesson 7 through 9 due EOC TODAY

 

Grading and Skyward Notes

I grade this student as completing lesson 8 since the last part is filled in.

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Parts 5, 6, and 8 we not submitted as finished. This student did NOT click on one of the following buttons.

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This student is working on lesson 8 but has not completed it. This is not due until the EOC today so in skyward it appears as an *

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Lesson 10-14 and the Assessment due by EOC Thursday

Thu-Mar-24

Lesson 10-14 and the Assessment due by EOC TODAY

 

Fri-Mar-25

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Mon-Mar-7

Check grades.

To submit Lesson 8-10 You have to create something that will use the library functions. You could write a app OR you could so some Console.log statements. Here are some examples.

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* in the grade book will become 0 after today.

 

 

Tue-Mar-8

Binary System

Didn't get to grade issue but will. 9 weeks ends Friday but grades are not due for a couple weeks.

Login on Brentwoodhigh - 4 questions to answer.

Slideshow - PPT (download and upload to Google docs) | PDF (will open without animation).

Video and Binary Questions - due midnight tonight - video runs while answering questions.

 

 

Wed-Mar-9

Start on code.org Unit 2: The Internet

A log file is kept of ALL transmissions!!!!

The  multi-purpose room will be closed from 10:45-12:30 tomorrow. (that includes the  lunch period)
The bathrooms will be closed to students during that time also.

The 12th man club is having a presentation
Thu-Mar-10

1. Complete Internet Unit and take assessment.
2. Assessment will be open today and Friday.
3. Everything due by EOC Friday.

2nd Period


3rd Period


 

Fri-Mar-11

End 3rd 9 Weeks

Thanks for the mlb dances - it paid off!!!!!!

I think I have updated grade issues. I didn't reply to them so if there is still an issue, resubmit a grade issue.

Work on any missing Code.org work while watching video.

Unit Assessment is open for those who didn't take it.

Unit Assessment is open for those who took it and want to see what they did.

All work must be completed today. Finish anything unfinished in code.org. I will be working on grade issues during the video and notes. For those who read the schedule, submit a blank form at the end of the period. You don't need to do the notes. Let's see who reads this.

Video Notes due at the end of the period - Technology in today's world

 

   
Mon-Mar-14 Spring Break - No School
Tue-Mar-15 Spring Break - No School
Wed-Mar-16 Spring Break - No School
Thu-Mar-17 Spring Break - No School
Fri-Mar-18 Spring Break - No School
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Mon-Feb-28

Substitute

You can work together on this.
Code.org Assessment - due by EOC

Tue-Mar-1

Testing

12th- out of building
11th- ACT
10th- Princeton Review
9th- ACT practice questions/test

Wed-Mar-2

Lobby is closed today for registration
Those not completely finished with Lessons 1-10 will start attending enrichment Monday all week until finished.
Those appear to be completely done 3rd - Ben, Dri, Guo, Kon, McK

Thu-Mar-3

Complete Lesson 1-10
Go to assessment questions and see the results. You will see questions identical and similar to these next week. Today is the only day to see the results.
TCAP testing schedule is on this schedule. Starts April 19

Fri-Mar-4

Complete Lesson 1-10
Assessment questions open again. You will see questions identical and similar to these next week. Today is the only day to see the result
We may have to resort to MLB dances next week if the rooting doesn't work over the weekend!!!!!

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Mon-Feb-21 PD - No Students
Tue-Feb-22

Libraries Lesson 5-7 Checked in code.org

EVERY Tuesday in the month of February, will be PJ day.
EVERY Wednesday in the month of February will be a Can food Drive
EVERY Thursday in the month of February will be a Tik Tok Trend.  This Thursday is Groutfit ( wear all gray).
Every Friday in the month of February will be Free Friday.  
EVERY Monday in the month of February will be Merit Monday.  
Thanks for spreading the word!
It's Great to Be a Brentwood Bruin!

Wed-Feb-23

Libraries Lesson 5-7 Checked in code.org

Thu-Feb-24

Substitute

Write your own Libary Lesson 8, 9, and 10

Step 1
Step 2
Step 3

Fri-Feb-25

Substitute

Write your own Libary Lesson 8, 9, and 10

Step 1
Step 2
Step 3

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Mon-Feb-14

 

Parameters, Return, and Libraries - Code.org

Unit 7
(5) Lesson 1 - Checked in Code.org
Lesson 2

(40) Part 1 - due EOC
(40) Part 2 - due EOC
(10) Part 3 - Checked in Code.org

EVERY Tuesday in the month of February, will be PJ day.
EVERY Wednesday in the month of February will be a Can food Drive
EVERY Thursday in the month of February will be a Tik Tok Trend.  This Thursday is Groutfit ( wear all gray).
Every Friday in the month of February will be Free Friday.  
EVERY Monday in the month of February will be Merit Monday.  
Thanks for spreading the word!
It's Great to Be a Brentwood Bruin!

Tue-Feb-15

Current Status

2nd
3rd

Lesson 3 Parts

(10) Part 1 Checked in Code.org
(5) Part 2 Checked in Code.org
(5) Part 3 Checked in Code.org
(40) Part 4 - submission form
(5) Part 5 Checked in Code.org
(5) Part 6 Checked in Code.org
(20) Part 7 - submission form
(10) Part 8 - submission form
(5) Part 9 - Checked in Code.org

Wed-Feb-16

Lesson 4 - Rock Paper Sissors

Thu-Feb-17

Lesson 4 - Rock Paper Sissors

Fri-Feb-18 No School
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Mon-Feb-7

 

Install Video Software (from the video) - https://screencast-o-matic.com/ Install on your workstation
Code Print Website - https://bakerfranke.github.io/codePrint/ - copy and paste some code and save as a pdf
Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)
EVERY Tuesday in the month of February, will be PJ day.
EVERY Wednesday in the month of February will be a Can food Drive
EVERY Thursday in the month of February will be a Tik Tok Trend.  This Thursday is Groutfit ( wear all gray).
Every Friday in the month of February will be Free Friday.  
EVERY Monday in the month of February will be Merit Monday.  
Thanks for spreading the word!
It's Great to Be a Brentwood Bruin!

Tue-Feb-8

Day 14 (46) 628
Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

Wed-Feb-9

Day 15 (46) 674
Substitute Today
Daily Report

Thu-Feb-10

Day 16 (46) 720
Find on AP Central where you submit the Create Task. You will have to paste the link to the site in the Daily Report
Daily Report - Can submit anytime during class today.
Current Reported Status

I haven't really started : 2nd-1, 3rd-1
I am guessing around 25% is done : 2nd-6, 3rd-3
About half is done (50%) : 2nd-1, 3rd-1
More than half is done : 2nd-6, 3rd-2
Almost there : 2nd-3, 3rd-8
Coding is done unless something comes up : 2nd-10, 3rd-10

720 Minutes - 720 Minutes Required

Fri-Feb-11

Reported as Found (where to submit create task) - 2nd 17/29, 3rd 19/27

Link to login to submit.

AP Digital Portfolio: Student User Guide for AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computer Science Principles Student Handouts
Copies of the questions docx | doc | pdf
Code Print Website - https://bakerfranke.github.io/codePrint/ - copy and paste some code and save as a pdf
Screencastify introduction
Daily Report

Scoring Information from the 2021 Exam

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Mon-Jan-31

Videos on Create Task

Phones on computers during videos
Create Task Videos with notes

If you have time, can you announce to students, tomorrow starts Funuary?   
EVERY Tuesday in the month of February, will be PJ day.
EVERY Wednesday in the month of February will be a Can food Drive
EVERY Thursday in the month of February will be a Tik Tok Trend.  This Thursday is Groutfit ( wear all gray).
Every Friday in the month of February will be Free Friday.  
EVERY Monday in the month of February will be Merit Monday.  
Thanks for spreading the word!
It's Great to Be a Brentwood Bruin!

Tue-Feb-1

Day 11 (46) 490
Substitute - Work Day
Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

Wed-Feb-2

Day 12 (46) 536
We have today and 4 more days of class time alocated to the create task.

Written Questions in a document. docx | doc | rtf | pdf
Resource page has videos.

Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

Thu-Feb-3

Substitute
Day 13 (46) 582
Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

Fri-Feb-4

ICE DAY!!!!!!

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Mon-Jan-24

Day 6 (30) 260

Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

Check the Resource page for Create Task Information

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Coming Home Week: January 24th-28th.  Our theme for the week is:  The Happiest Place on Earth!
The dress up themes for next week are below.  Feel free to post in your room.  

Monday: Marvel Monday:   superhero 

Tue-Jan-25

Day 7 (46) 306
Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

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Coming Home Week: January 24th-28th.  Our theme for the week is:  The Happiest Place on Earth!
The dress up themes for next week are below.  Feel free to post in your room.  

Tuesday: ESPN Game Day:   jerseys/sports clothes

Wed-Jan-26

Day 8 (46) 352
Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

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Coming Home Week: January 24th-28th.  Our theme for the week is:  The Happiest Place on Earth!
The dress up themes for next week are below. 

Wednesday: Star Wars Wednesday:  Star Wars/space 
Created by Mr. Norris

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Thu-Jan-27

Day 9 (46) 398
Daily Report - filled in at the start of class after loging in on Brentwoodhigh.com
What kind of animal?

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Coming Home Week: January 24th-28th.  Our theme for the week is:  The Happiest Place on Earth!
The dress up themes for next week are below. 

Thursday: Pixar Thursday:  Each grade level has a different movie.  
Seniors: Toy Story
Juniors: Inside Out
Sophomores: Finding Nemo
Freshmen: Monsters Inc.

Fri-Jan-28

Day 10 (46) 444
Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

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Coming Home Week: January 24th-28th.  Our theme for the week is:  The Happiest Place on Earth!
The dress up themes for next week are below. 

Friday: Disney Channel Friday: Suite Life on Deck:  tropical theme clothes

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Mon-Jan-17 No School
Tue-Jan-18

2222

Wed-Jan-19

Day 4 (46) 184

Good and not so good Daily Report Descriptions - pdf | pptx
Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

For Rising Juniors and Seniors (soph and Jr) - Like Research and Statistics and want college credit from Belmont, perhaps even get research published? Check this out

Students will be reporting to the BPAC during Study Hall for registration beginning today
If a student mentions they don’t have a study hall, please remind them to report to the BPAC during 5A (Enrichment). 

The schedule is as follows:

Class of 2024 (current 10th) – Wednesday
Class of 2025 (current 9th) - Thursday
Class of 2023 (current 11th) – Friday

Thu-Jan-20

Day 5 (46) 230

No Daily Reports from 2nd - Gru, Hud, Mog,
Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

Fri-Jan-21

Daily Report and Questions over Video - Open at the start of class. Submit at the end of the video, not earlier.

Create Task Walk-Through Video 1
Create Task Walk-Through Video 2

Other AP Principles Create Task Walk-Through Videos

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Mon-Jan-10

New Seating
2nd - Hawk (Per, Wan) Toads (Mog, Wys) and (Had, Nat)
3rd - Hawk (Dri, Vil) Toads (Guo, Kha) and (Pau, Pol)
If you are going to do the project together, you will need to sit together.
Working in the Lobby? Both must have their Chromebooks.

Winners are have a background color
Alabama - Georgia Project

Tue-Jan-11

1. Go to the AP Central Classroom and finish questions - due midnight Wednesday.
2. Show Video - Create Task Video -Youtube
3. Finish Georgia Project - Alabama low score is now 18.
Showing Monday but may want to watch sooner. Rubric and Written Questions Video

Wed-Jan-12

AP Create Task Intro Day 1 (46) 46
Daily Reporting

Thu-Jan-13

Day 2 (46) 92
Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

Fri-Jan-14

Day 3 (46) 138
How most daily grades are calculated

Login - 5pts
DR or Daily Report - 10pts

If your score is a 10, I didn't get the login
If your score is a 5, I didn't get the DR.
If your score is 0, I didn't get either.
If you are absent, you will be excused from the assignment.
This grade can not be made up or turned in late.

We have around 15 more to do. That's 225 points.

Daily Report (last 5 minutes of class)

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Mon-Jan-3 Admin day - No Students
Tue-Jan-4 PD - No Students
Wed-Jan-5

Project Link - submit at the start of class.
Go to the AP Central Classroom - Work together on questions.
Snow Dance

Thu-Jan-6

Snow - No School

Fri-Jan-7

Snow - No School

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