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Alan J LaBranche
Londonderry High School
295 Mammoth Road
Londonderry, NH 03053
603 432-6941 Ext 2739
Office - Room 418
There is an after school study lab. I period runs from 2:10-2:55 Monday-Friday (except for staff meeting and special ed department meeting days). All students on an IEP are eligible for this additional period of the day.
During semester 1, I have
class during C, D, E, & H periods.
I am usually available in my office during periods A, B, and F. It is best to make an appointment to see me at these times
This course is designed to introduce students to the methods and procedures used in our political process. The goal of the program is to develop the students’ commitment to active citizenship and will give students the knowledge and skills required for effective community participation. Students will gain practical experience and develop an understanding of the importance of citizen participation. This course will outline the public policy making process and the role of citizens in formulating public policy. The students will gather information about problems in their community, discuss these problems, and select a problem that a majority of the class agrees is important enough to study. An activity based program, the course will provide opportunities to investigate community problems and determine possible solutions. This program will add to students knowledge, enhance their skills, and deepen their understanding of how we can work together to make our communities better.