Let’s Finish Strong!
What a way to finish a school year. I hope that you and your loved ones have been making smart choices and are laying low during this pandemic we are all caught up in. I know some of you may not believe this, but I MISS ALL OF YOU!
I finally received instructions from the district, and will be posting assignments as required. You can contact me via my school email (email@example.com).
To get the ball rolling on Google Classroom, I need you to join my Google classroom. Most of you know how to do this, but for those who are new to Google Classroom, you go to, classroom.google.com. Click on the + (plus sign) and enter the code for your World History class.
Below, you will find the class codes for our class. Please note that all codes are lower case letters.
On April 20th I will begin to post assignments on my teacher page AND in Google Classroom. To navigate to my page, you will go to the CHS homepage. Then click on Teachers and click on my name. On the left side you will see a folder called Activities. This is where I will post daily activities.
For now, we can communicate through email. We will quickly begin using google classroom and Zoom to communicate. PLEASE JOIN YOUR GOOGLE CLASS for World History.
Just hang on and let’s go on this ride together. There will be bumps and we will figure it out as we go along.
This pandemic is you living through a HISTORIC event. Pay attention, your children will be asking you about these times. Consider keeping a journal. . . of the changes you are forced to make and how this made you feel.
I love and miss you all,
Degrees and Certifications:
BA in Social Studies Education The University of New Orleans
Ms. Kathy Pechon
Ms. Pechon is a Social Studies teacher at Chalmette High School. She began teaching at Chalmette High School in 2017. Prior to CHS, she taught in Jefferson Parish at L.W. Higgins High School for 17 years where she was Teacher of the Year her final year.
Ms. Pechon was born and raised in St. Bernard but moved around a bit after graduating from Andrew Jackson High School. She returned to her hometown in 2007 wanting to be part of the rebuilding and rebirth of the parish.
Prior to teaching, Ms. Pechon had a career in retail management and supervision. She then pounced on the opportunity to attend college at The University of New Orleans where she graduated in 1999 with her degree in Social Studies Education.