Dallas Senior High School
Introduction To Matter and Energy
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My name is Kevin West and I am a science teacher at Dallas High
School. I hope you enjoy my website and find it informative.
My Education Background:
Bachelor of Science: Chemistry Degree Penn State University
Masters Degree: Secondary Education Bloomsburg University
Masters Degree: Science in Education (Technology) Wilkes University
LIU Courses (current) LIU18
Dare to live the life you have dreamed for yourself. Go forward and make
your dreams come true.
--Ralph Waldo Emerson
Introduction to matter and energy students will explore the physical
aspects of the world around us, concentrating on chemistry and physics.
This will be accomplished through lecture, research, current events, and lab
It is the responsibility of the students to come to class prepared, on
time, and ready to learn. Students should be bringing work home every night
for completion and for studying. Studying each night will be essential in
the student's success. So, parents should not accept any excuse for not
producing this behavior at home. It is the responsibility of the student to
obtain all class work that has been missed due to absence from class for any
reason. Students participating in educational field trips, family
vacations, or sports are to obtain assignments prior to departure.
Students updated grades are provided throughout the semester. Students
are required to keep track of their grades by adding up their total points
earned and dividing by the total possible points (straight percentage
Homework is due the next day by first period in Room 116. Homework
should be placed in the appropriate class folder.
If a student is absent on the day a lab report is due they should turn
their report on the day they return. If a student is absent the day of a
lab, he/she must still complete the lab report. The student should obtain
data from their lab partner.
It is the intention of the high school faculty and administration to
help students focus on their courses of study. The faculty websites were
created simply as a means to facilitate that focus and in no way are a
substitute for school attendance, student-teacher verbal communication or
scholastic responsibility. In addition, because of intrinsic differences in
each course, individual websites will vary.