Welcome to Coach Guillory's Webpagee-mail: email@example.com Phone#: 770-946-7461REMIND code: coachguill
Work Hours: 8:15am - 3:15pm
Department Digital Office Hours: Friday's 11:55-12:50pm
1st period: Planning
2nd period: World History
3rd period: World History
4th period: AP Psychology
5th period: Honor's World History
6th period: World History
7th period: World History
Electronic Platform: Google Classroom via ClassLink
During Remote Learning, it is expected of parents/families that:
- An adult will monitor and support student engagement with remote learning teachers, attendance in virtual classes, and timely submission of assignments.
- Teachers may leverage a variety of means to monitor student’s behavior with regard to work submission to include monitoring student’s computers during assessment administration and checking submissions.
- My student and I will comply with District policies, regulations, and applicable provisions of the district’s Student & Parent Handbook including but not limited to the Code of Conduct, Absences, Accidents/Medical Services, Hospitalizations, Student Learning Devices, Video or Audio Recorders, and compliance with Federal Laws and Guidelines.
- I will notify my student’s school of health or medical conditions that affect my student’s attendance in remote/virtual classes or instructional time.
- I will engage and maintain communication with teachers providing remote/virtual instruction.
- If my student receives Special Education services or Section 504 services, I will participate in an IEP Team meeting or a Section 504 meeting to address student needs.
- I will communicate to school officials any issues with district-provided student learning devices.
- I will assure student learning, assignment, and assessment completion takes place upholding the Academic Honesty provision within the district’s Student & Parent Handbook.
- I will monitor my student’s academic performance/progress.
During the 2020-2021 school year, students are also asked to know and understand the Remote
Learning Expectations. During Remote Learning, a student is expected to:
- I will comply with District policies and regulations, including applicable provisions of the district’s Student & Parent Handbook including but not limited to the Code of Conduct, Absences, and Student Learning Devices.
- I will engage with remote learning teachers and communicate any academic issues or concerns.
- I will attend remote/virtual classes, as scheduled by HHS and their teachers DAILY AND ON TIME.
- I will submit assignments on time and in compliance with teacher instructions.
- I will communicate to my parents or guardians and/or school officials any issues I have with my district-provided student learning devices.
- I will assure that learning, assignment, and assessment completion takes place upholding the District’s Academic Honesty provision within the Student & Parent Handbook. Specifically,
- I will not share work with any other student beyond teacher-approved group work
- I will not share my username and/or password with any other student
- I will ensure that work submitted is authentic and original
- I am expected to submit my own work.
- If I am aware of a student submitting work that is not authentic and original and/or plagiarized, I should report such actions to my teacher.
- I understand student projects and other student produced work is expected to be my own work. Therefore, I understand that if a teacher suspects academic dishonesty, an alternative assessment may be provided to me and disciplinary action may be taken.
- I will frequently monitor my academic performance/progress.
More About Me!!!
My name is Shaun Guillory and I will have the privilege of working with you this school year for World History, Honors World History, and AP Psychology. Just to tell you a little about myself, I am a Louisiana native from the city of Opelousas and I hold a Bachelor’s Degree from Louisiana State University in Mass Communication with a minor in Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment from Walden University and my Specialist certification in Teacher Leadership from Walden University.
I began teaching at Lovejoy High School in Clayton County in September 2001 where I worked as a special education teacher, United States and World History teacher, and served as the assistant men’s soccer coach. In 2005 I began working at Mundy's Mill High in Clayton County in a similar capacity, but was the head men’s soccer coach for four years and assistant girl’s soccer coach for one year. In the fall of 2010 I began working at Eagle's Landing High School in Henry County working as a World History, United States History, World Geography, and Special Education teacher in addition to serving as the boy’s assistant soccer coach for two years. From there, I taught 8th grade Science and Georgia Studies at Dutchtown Middle School.
I am very excited to be one of the foundation pieces of Hampton High School as I have been here since its inception. I look forward to continuing this journey in educating the minds of tomorrow and continuing the tradition of excellence here at HHS in year seven as teacher, department chair for both Social Studies and World Languages, Women's Flag Football coach, Men's assistant soccer coach, and Women’s Lacrosse coach. It is my firm belief that all students have the ability to learn and it is my duty to help them set and attain their individual goals, succeeding academically, athletically, and in life.#LOVEPURPLELIVEGOLD
Notes and resources for class can be accessed via:
Google Classroom (via Classlink)