• Welcome to Ms. Ellers' Class!

    Email: Lauren.Ellers@marion.k12.fl.us 

    Required Materials

    8.5 x 11 inch, 100+ page spiral bound notebook

    2 duo-tang folders with prongs (one will be kept in class for DBQs, and the other students will keep to hold their graded papers.

    Glue sticks


    Google Classroom

    I use Google Classroom to post all of the PowerPoint Presentations/Handouts for each day of class, as well as update the Table of Contents for the required student notebooks daily. YOU MUST USE YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL TO ACCESS GOOGLE CLASSROOM. I invited all students to join, and there should be an invitation in their school email inbox. If you are not able to access Google Classrooms, it is the YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to come in during office hours to pick up hard copies of the handouts, and/or to email me so that I can send you the class PowerPoints/handouts. 

    World History Code: j35l9ql

    U.S. History Class Code: 7w5xmk

    Remind Application

    I am also asking for students to download the Remind Application on their phone. This is a way for me to send notifications and reminders to students about the class through keeping everyone's contact information confidential. Parents are also welcome to join!

    World History: Text @leller to the number 81010

    U.S. History: Text @lellers to the number 81010

    How to access online textbook:

    When you login on the student portal it is under the eTextbook/schedule link in white at the bottom of the screen. A page should open with your current schedule and the ebook for each of the online textbook associated with each course you are enrolled in.


  • Sign up here to retake the Labor and Industry Test (U.S. History). You MUST have a study guide to retake the test!

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  • Please sign up to retake the Unit 1 Test for World or U.S. History using the Google Form. 

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  • Both World History and U.S. History will be having their UNIT 1 TESTS ON MONDAY! Please study with your notes, and review the PowerPoints on the Google Classroom account. Please email me if you have any questions!

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  • There is a vocab quiz on the following terms tomorrow. Use the Political Processes PPT/your notes p. 22  to study. Political Processes PPT



    Closed Primary




    Open Primary


    PAC (Political Action Committee)



    One-Party System

    Two-Party System

    Multiparty System

    Direct Primary  

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  • Grades for the Unit 2 Test are posted to Skyward. Due to circumstances surrounding the overall class performance on this test, I am offering retakes to fully replace your test grade, with a few adjustments/requirements:
    1. Makeups/retakes will be given during office hours through Feb. 18th (Monday). Contact me if you cannot make it up during office hours so we can make another arranged time.
    2. To take a retake, you MUST have turned in/turn in a completed study guide before being given a retake exam. This shows me that you have done the minimum amount of studying and have committed to improving your grade. Graded study guides will be redistributed so you can use them to study. 
    3. I am altering the format of the test. For the short response questions (21-30), you are only required to answer FIVE out of the TEN questions. The test will still be out of 30 points, so each short response answer will count twice. This will give you student choice for which questions you feel confident in answering. 
    4. If you want to go over your test and review what to study, come in during office hours to look it over. I WILL ONLY GIVE BACK TESTS AFTER RETAKES/MAKEUPS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. This is to ensure test security. 
    Email me if you have any additional questions!

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  • Optional retakes of the Federalism Vocabulary Quiz will be tomorrow 1/31 and 2/1 during class. Check your grade on Skyward to see if you would want to re-take your quiz, and study accordingly. 

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