Mrs. Gamble

Robin Gamble


Course:  Louisiana History and Louisiana History Pre-AP for the 2018-2019 school year. 

This is a detailed survey of Louisiana History from Louisiana’s early people to Louisiana’s Civil Rights era. Louisiana’s history is complex and unique. The events that tell the history of Louisiana include the horror of war, social conflict, and difficult times. Other experiences brought change and progress. The rich heritage of Louisiana includes a fascinating variety of people. You will learn about cultures of the time before recorded history as well as the many cultures that have come together over the hundreds of years of written history in Louisiana. You will learn about the role of the land itself in this story about Louisiana. You will learn that economics is part of the story of the past and the present in Louisiana. You will learn more about the way government works and how it affects the lives of the people of Louisiana. You will study geography, economics, civics, and history in this course.

Supplies Required
(1) 3-ring binder
Loose-leaf paper
#2 pencils/pens
personal pencil sharpener

Optional Supplies
Pencil Pouch

Class Rules
1. Be on time.
2. Have your supplies/materials with you.
3. Raise your hand and ask permission before speaking or leaving your seat.
4. Follow all school rules.
5. Be respectful at all times.

Absent Work Policy

Students have one extra day for every day they are absent to make up work. However, absent students are expected to approach me and set up an acceptable timetable for completion of work when gone for more than two days in a row or three days in a week. These agreements will be a compromise agreed upon by both parties. If the work is not turned in by the agreed upon date, it will suffer late penalties.

Late Work Policy

Work is considered late if it is not submitted electronically or in writing by the beginning of class on the due date. Any assignment suffers a 10% penalty for every day it is late. After 5 school days, the grade becomes a zero.

Activities Policy

If you are a member of a sport or activity and miss class, you are responsible for getting the work in on time. Leaving school early for an event means you must turn in the assignment before you leave or it is late. Coming in the next day without your homework for that day will suffer a late penalty. It is your responsibility to balance academics and extra-curricular activities.