Notification Center
E-Note Notification Center
Allowable Contact Type
Linnett Williamson Navigation
Linnett Williamson's Class
Upcoming Events
Contact Linnett Williamson
School Phone:
Home Phone:
Conference Time:
after 2:30 p.m. M-F



Adventure Travels – accounting simulation

Okla. History



Lecture Chapter 15 – the 1950’s





Chapter 15 Worksheet





Grade Worksheets; Discussion Questions Study for Test Chapter 15; articles from newspapers on discrimination and Clara Luper – article in Okla. Mag. Of Okla. Heritage Assoc. Aug. 2011 pg. 33; book report on Bass Reeves





Oklahoma Emblems and counties  - in old book; pg 48 Outdoor Okla. Mag. May/June 2007; Thunder Spotlight; Women in Oklahoma History pg 309; Bertha Teague in Okla Heritage Magazine April 2010




Test Chapter 15



U. S. History 



Lecture Ch 16-1-2- The Civil Rights Movement

Hand back ch 15 test – correct it


The Civil Rights Movement – video 1 & 2 (30 min each); new DVD Selma : The Bridge to the Ballot

Homework:  ;Guided Readings  16-2,3 & Primary Source Reading “Letter from B… Jail” & “Malcolm X”


Okla. Civil Rights sit-ins, court cases; 16-3


Chapter 16 Test


Ch 17 Vietnam – video clip from text; start worksheets 17-1 & 2

Homework:  read 17-1,2 ;Guided Reading and Primary Source Readings 17-1 & 2 & vocabulary


Lecture 17-3; The Oklahoman newspaper 4/30/15  “40 Years After the Fall”

Homework:  Quiz &Guided Reading and Time Line and Enrichment 17-3


Answer questions at end of chapter;


Chapter 17 Test


Health & Life Insurance Unit

4/11 Field Trip to Boise City



 Life Insurance Unit


Economics, Oklahoma History, U. S. History, Accounting,and Government will need no. 2 pencils, an eraser, a folder to keep graded and ongoing work organized, and smooth-edged paper.  No spiral notebooks or mechanical pencils, please.


Most work will be done in class unless absences or failure to utilize class time make it necessary to work outside of class.  However, it will be necessary for students to read the chapters from the textbook outside of class time in order to complete required PASS skills.  It is the student’s responsibility to read each chapter as we begin it.  Failure to do homework assignments or handing work in late will result in points being deducted.  If students cheat, all involved will be given a zero!


Grades will be given for daily assignments, chapter or unit tests, projects, nine weeks and semester tests.  Tests during the nine weeks period count twice as much as a daily grade.   I usually drop the lowest daily grade if it is beneficial to the student’s grade.  I can guarantee that every student in my classes will need to read something every evening!  Tests will be announced in advance, but each student should be aware that each chapter will be followed by a test.


I expect work to be done neatly and promptly.  If I can’t read it, I don’t grade it!  Pencils—NO MECHANICAL PENCILS, PLEASE—and notebook paper are a must!   Do not come to class without a pencil or paper.  If a student comes to class without these, their grade will be dropped 25% for that assignment and he or she will be counted tardy.  Also, I do not allow backpacks or bags in my classroom.  The aisles must be kept clear so I can move about without tripping!


If a student knows he or she will be absent, it is their responsibility to let me know and to be sure his or her work for that day is handed in.  This is the students’ responsibility. Students will be counted tardy if they are late to class.  You may refer to the student handbook if you have questions concerning absences and tardiness.


Parents, I am nearly always at school until 5:00 p.m.  If your child needs to stay to use a computer, do research, catch up on schoolwork, etc. I will be here.  Please feel free to contact me about any concerns you may have.  My E-mail is or give me a call here at the school after 3:30 p.m.


It has been a great year!

Mrs. Williamson