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The LASTday to turn in any work that was assigned between January 18th, 2018 and June 1st, 2018 will be June 1st, 2018. After June 1st, 2018 all assignments will be due on the day which they are ...more

Links for Committee Project (BEST LINK) (click on links to find out about who serves on each committee and more about the ...more

EXTRA CREDIT - Free Museum Day, September 28th, 2018

The Deal:

1) Go the the website above and put your zip code (likely 90201) to see which museums are participating

2) Download the ...more

Skills for your resume

If you got your resume rough draft back, and you were told that "hardworking" or "organized" are not skills, look here:

For food related careers: ...more

Reality Check Activity

If you are planning to live in California, you need a Reality Check for how much you need to make and how much you will spend.

1) Go to:

2) Take the "Choose ...more

Senior Portfolio Project Checklist

Your portfolio must have the following items to get the top score of 200 points:

Cover Letter that lists the job you wish to apply for as well as the skills you possess that make you eligible to ap ...more

Websites of companies for Cover Letter

Dine Equity (parent company of IHop & Applebees) :

Darden (parent company of Olive Garden and Macaroni Grill):

https://sjobs.bras ...more

Video for Diminishing Marginal Returns


Table for Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns Video
# of Workers(input) # of Pizzas produced (output) Marginal Product
0 0  
1 5  
2 15  
3 20  
4 22  
5 22  
6 18  


BG Student Government Day Website


Application Deadline MARCH 8th!!!


Student Govt Day: April 5th.


You can also call 562.806.7650 for more information.  


Earthquake Perparedness Kit

The question is not "will we have an earthquake", but "when will we have an earthquake".


Economics Advice

CHOP - US History Final Examination

Using your knowledge of the Industrial Revolution in the United States and your HACCAP knowledge from the CHOP class, a group of no more than 3 students will create a tri-fold brochure (using ...more

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Big Business in the United States - Vertical and Horizontal Integration

  1. Identify a business you would be interested in researching.
    1. It could be related to your future career interest
    2. It could be a place you shop or frequent or produce an item you purchase
  2. Read articles #1 and #2 on school loop after reading and taking Cornell Notes on pages 241-244.
  3. Research the business you chose to determine if they are either vertically or horizontally integrated. - If they ARE integrated, create a rough sketch to draw and write out the graphics to represent the integration in your notebook (use the title above).
  4. If your choice is NOT integrated, create a plan for that business to integrate either vertically, horizontally, or both, you choose.  Next, create a rough sketch to draw and write out the graphics to represent the integration in your notebook.
  5. When your rough draft is complete, use the 11 x 14 paper and colored pens, markers, pencils, to create the graphic and annotated illustration of the business.
  6. This project is worth 50 points.  It is due on December 1st, 2015.

Sample questions for Oral History Interview

Sample Questions To Conduct An Oral History Interview


Please tell me your name, your birthdate, and our relationship.


What are the most important lessons you've learned from your education?


What are you proudest of accomplishing in your education?


How has school changed over the years?


What was it like when you grew up going to school?


What do you miss most about the way school used to be?


Who are some of the teachers (or students) you can never forget?


Do you remember any great stories or legends about your school?


Did your parents go to school? 


How much schooling did you/your parents accomplish? 


Who were your best friends? What were they like?


Did you enjoy school?


What would you do for fun?


Are you still friends with anyone from that time in your life?


What are your best memories of grade school/high school school?


How has being a parent changed your view of education?


What do you do for a living? Did school prepare you for that?


Is there anything you wanted to talk about that we didn't get to?

Elevator Speech Instructions

Your "Elevator Speech" must include the following:

  1. Introduce yourself to your subject (the person you are interviewing).  State the date of the interview and the city the interview is taking place in (known as "timestamping")
  2. Name the person you are interviewing today.
  3. Ask the subject if they are ready to begin. They should be comfortable during the interview.  Stopping is ok.
  4. State the purpose for this interview.  Briefly describe the project you are doing. Do not go into excruciating detail.
  5. Let the subject know what you expect to do with the information you gather today in the interview.
  6. Thank the subject for their time.
  9. Upload your elevator  speech to your front page on School Loop and email it to me as well.

Ms. Kocharian & Mrs. Flores' meeting Ms. Flores and Mr. Infanzon

Ms. Kocharian & Mrs. Flores' meeting Ms. Flores and Mr. Infanzon

At the Supreme Court with Justice Ginsburg


The CHOP team 2015

The CHOP team 2015