Welcome, public visitor.  
header logo
Course Listing

Show Me:  
Course Name:   (Partial name OK - leave blank for all)
Taught By Last Name:   (Last name only, partial name OK - leave blank for all)

69 course(s) found.
Course Name Taught By
AP Psychology Christina McDonough
christinamcdonough@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Honors Biology, Anatomy & Physiology and Environmental Science Nadine Adams
nadineadams@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Band Craig Porter
craigporter@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
French--Madame Duncan Denise Duncan
deniseduncan@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
German Georgia Craig
georgiacraig@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Vocal Music Lisa Huston
lisahuston@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Kanning Classes Ann Kanning
annkanning@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Mrs. Thomas' Classes Abbey Thomas
abbeythomas@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Mrs. Longshore's Classes Ashley Longshore
ashleylongshore@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Mrs. Friend's Classes Beth Friend
bethfriend@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Mrs. Schroeder's Classes Brenda Schroeder
brendaschroeder@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
McDonough American History and American Studies Classes Christina McDonough
christinamcdonough@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Welch Classes Hope Welch
hopewelch@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Mrs. Dawson's Classrooms Kathy Dawson
kathydawson@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Art Leah Peck
leahpeck@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Sanchez Classes Mary Mitton-Sanchez
marymitton@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Mr. Wallschlaeger's Classes Matthew Wallschlaeger
mattwallschlaeger@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Mrs. Hay's Classes Melissa Hay
melissahay@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Mr. McDonough's Classes Michael McDonough
michaelmcdonough@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Miss Cline's Classes Sarah Cline
sarahcline@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Accounting and Technology Lisa Danne
lisadanne@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Algebra 3 Zach Hite
zachhite@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Honors PreCalculus Zach Hite
zachhite@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
English and Theatre Megan Bills
meganbills@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Art Melissa Maxson
melissamaxson@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
American History Scott Elliott
scottelliott@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
APUSH Scott Elliott
scottelliott@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Moore Classroom Luke Moore
lukemoore@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Art Survey Barbara Porter
barbaraporter@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Glass Arts Barbara Porter
barbaraporter@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Painting I Barbara Porter
barbaraporter@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Painting II Barbara Porter
barbaraporter@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Advanced Sport Performance Joseph Weaver
joeweaver@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
American Government Charlie Rowley
charlesrowley@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
How the American people govern themselves at the national, state, and local levels of government is the basis for this course. Topics studied will include the following: civic involvement, civic participation and skills, principles of the U.S. Constitution, structure and functions of the federal government, role of the people, Ohio’s state and local governments, public policy, and government and the economy. Why study government? We live in a democracy. The success of this system depends on the participation of its citizens. The goal of this class will be to provide you with the information necessary for becoming an informed, active citizen of this country.
American History Melissa Eckelbarger
melissaeckelbarger@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
The American History course is designed to prepare students for the Social Studies portion of the Ohio State/AIR Test and for the end of course exams, as well as provide a comprehensive overview of American history from the 1800's to present time. We will begin the year with a “Think Like a Historian” unit that includes concepts like credibility and accuracy, the Founding Ideals, and reviews important American Documents. The other units of study that will be covered are Industrialization, Immigration, Progressive Era, World War I, the Great Depression, World War II and Post-War Boom, Cold War, and Civil Rights. We will also study each decade in modern American history beginning with the 1960’s through the 2000’s. The study of each decade will include important events and people and also what life was like in America during each time period (transportation, communication, fashion, music, etc…).
American Literature and Composition Amanda Reynolds
amandareynolds@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
AP Government and Politics Charlie Rowley
charlesrowley@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
AP United States Government and Politics is an intensive study of the formal and informal structures of government and the processes of the American political system, with an emphasis on policy-making and implementation. This course is designed to prepare students for the AP exam in May. For students who achieve a score of 3, 4 or 5, universities may grant either credit or advanced placement, or both. Students must understand that there is INTENSIVE READING, and that this must be completed when assigned. Students are expected to have a comprehensive knowledge of topics covered in the textbook and any additional readings that should be reflected in all assignments and class discussion.
AP Language and Composition Ben Broschart
benbroschart@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Current Events Kevin Ellinwood
kevinellinwood@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Economics Charlie Rowley
charlesrowley@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
English 10 Amanda Reynolds
amandareynolds@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Geometry Jay Walker
jaywalker@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Global studies I Kevin Ellinwood
kevinellinwood@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Global Studies II Kevin Ellinwood
kevinellinwood@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Honors Algebra 2 Benjamin Steele
bensteele@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Honors English 10 Amanda Reynolds
amandareynolds@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Honors English 9,10 & Student Council Angie Stooksbury
angiestooksbury@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
http://angiestooksbury.wixsite.com/mysite
Liberal Arts Math Jay Walker
jaywalker@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Math 1 SLC Justin Morrison
justinmorrison@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Physical Education Joseph Weaver
joeweaver@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Sociology Melissa Eckelbarger
melissaeckelbarger@bwls.net
@Big Walnut High School
Course Description:
Sociology is the study of the individuals, groups and institutions and their relations that make up human society. We will study the foundations of Sociology, Cultures, Social Institutions, Individuals in Society, Adolescents in Society, How to be Successful in Society (careers, relationships, etc…), and Deviance.
7th Grade Science Rich Smith
richsmith@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Middle School
Course Description:
American History 8 Joseph Backs
joebacks@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Middle School
Course Description:
This course tells the story of the American experience. The course content begins in the time of the early North Americans, through the period of colonization, the American Revolution, through the Civil War and the Reconstruction Era.
Applied Math 7 Lindsey Gunthorp
lindseydeloss@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Middle School
Course Description:
Applied Math 8 Lindsey Gunthorp
lindseydeloss@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Middle School
Course Description:
Math 8 Joseph Backs
joebacks@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Middle School
Course Description:
This is a general mathematics course for 8th grade. The goal of this course is to strengthen fundamental content knowledge so that students are prepared and ready for success in high school Algebra 1 and above.
5th Grade Katherine Graven
katiegraven@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
Graven, Bodker, Spak, DeMint
6th Grade Science and Heartland Outdoor School Michael Wion
michaelwion@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
In 6th grade science students will advance their working knowledge of scientific inquiry and scientific measurement. Students will also learn about cells, minerals, rocks, soil, potential and kinetic energy, and aspects of matter.
A.M. Math
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
Band/Choir Amy Read
amyread@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
5th grade is beginning Band and Choir. 6th grade is beginning Choir and 2nd year for Band
Heartland Outdoor School Michael Wion
michaelwion@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
Heartland Outdoor School is May 2 - 5, 2017. Students can choose to be at Heartland these four days of school or be at BWIS these four days. Heartland is an opportunity to learn in the best classroom = outside. Continue to visit this site for information about an informational meeting and due dates as well as to see what packets have been sent home.
P.M. Math
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
Reading Group Emily Ross
emilyross@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
Our Reading Groups use the Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) program. These short leveled books are written to engage students and the program focuses on improving reading comprehension skills. Students meet daily in small groups for half of their Academic Support Periods. Our STAR Reading test scores help identify who needs extra reading support. My goal is to have all my students eventually reach the point where they no longer need me and can graduate from reading group.
Reading Tutor Karen List
karenlist@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
Science
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
SOCIAL STUDIES 6 Barbara George
barbgeorge@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
Test Jordan Shaver
jordanshaver@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Intermediate School
Course Description:
Gifted Services Nicole Leinweber
nicoleleinweber@bwls.net
@Big Walnut Elementary School
Course Description:
Mrs. Gathers' 2nd Grade Melanie Gathers
melaniegathers@bwls.net
@Hylen Souders Elementary
Course Description: