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    Instructor: John Gehring
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    Palouse School District

    2021-2022 Courses: 

    Semester 1:  
                      Period 1 and 2: U.S. Government/POLI 100 (through Eastern Washington); Seniors
                      Period 3 and 4: U.S. History II; Sophomores
                      Period 5 and 6: A/V
    Winter Intensive Courses (January):
                      Human Meaning; a course that integrates philosophy, psychology, mindfulness, and other methods students can use to find a better way to live a more happy and fulfilling life.
                      Advanced A/V part 1; filming/photography, fundraising, and planning a possible film/photo road trip for spring intensive term.
                      U.S. History Through Film (possible offering); this course will watch films and analyze their historical accuracy as well as how they were produced. Possible films from the list include 1917 and Forrest Gump.
    Semester 2:
                      Period 1 and 2: Current World Issues/International Studies 200 (through Eastern Washington); Juniors Course Syllabus
                      Period 3 and 4: U.S. History I; Freshmen
                      Period 7 and 8: A/V
    Summer Intensive Courses (May/June):
                      Adulting 101; a course that helps prepare students for the next chapter of life; how to do taxes, sign a lease, take out a loan, and all that fun stuff that makes being an adult so great.
                      Advanced A/V part 2; possible film festival travel and other student- directed film/photography activities. 
                      Possible 3rd offering TBD
    Students and parents- keep updated on progress by regularly checking Skyward and Google Classroom. If you have any other questions, please send me an email or call the school. 
    Go Vikings!
    State 2020