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    Name:  Kirk Stevens   
    Room:  104
    Subject:  English
    Phone Number:  360.791.7871
     

    Once you learn to read, you will be forever free. 

    - Frederick Douglass

     The best way to track assignments, access links and get updates is throughmy google classroom pages. Below are the links to the pages for my English classes and Homeroom. I check emails frequently throughout the school day, and this is the best way to get in touch with me. I am not able to check emails after 3 PM consistently, but will get to them the next school day. If you have questions about assignments or miss a lecture, I plan on recording my Google Meets instruction and posting it to Google Calendar for students to access at a later date. 

     
    Junior Google Classroom Link:   https://classroom.google.com/c/MTQwNzk5Nzg4ODQw   
     
    Freshman Google Classroom Link: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTQwODAwMzY1MDAz 
     
    Stevens' Homeroom Link: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTM5NDA2MDYwMTg1

    Some people will lie, cheat, steal and back-stab to get ahead... and to think, all they have to do is READ. 

    - Fortune

    2020 Remote Start Schedule
    Monday/Thursday
    1st Period    Junior English   
    2nd Period   Freshman English
    3rd Period    Freshman English
     
    Tuesday/Friday
    4th Period    Junior English
    5th Period    Freshman English
    6th Period    Planning
     
    Wednesday
    Homeroom (Sophomores)
     
     
     
    Professional Biography
     I graduated from the University of Washington in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature. After coaching football for two season at Tumwater High School, while attending the UW, I realized I enjoyed the energy and enthusiasm of working with kids. I returned to school the following winter, attending Washington State University. I graduated from WSU in the spring of 1994 with an Education Degree in English and History. While I did attend both rival state universities, I am a Husky, much to my families' chagrin. The next fall I began teaching English at Tumwater high school. In pursuing my best self, I earned a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from City University in 1996. 1997 brought about another change when I transferred schools and helped open Black Hills High School. I have been a proud member of the Black Hills High School staff since the doors opened in September of 1997.
     
    In addition to teaching English, I am currently the head football coach at BHHS and in the past I have coached soccer and wrestling.
     
     

    Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few are to be chewed and digested. 

    - Francis Bacon