Chelsea Peverill

Room:B1306/P1100

Business/Dance Teacher

Royals Dance Team Director

 

Contact Me:

Email: chelsea.peverill@misd.org

Phone: 936-276-2001 ext. 83299

Conference: 5th period

 

Tutoring Schedule:

Mornings from 7:00am-7:15am

Chelsea Peverill

ATTENTION STUDENTS!!!! 

Please log in to your Office365 account, go to Outlook and find the invitation from me to join my Google Classroom. This is where you will be able to easily communicate with me and where you will find/turn in your assignments!

Make sure you are using your school email address as your username and your school email address with a capital S as the password when you first log in to Google Classroom!

Please email me if you have issues joining Google Classroom! 

My office hours are 9am-3pm Monday-Friday. You can email me anytime and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible! 

Please click on the instructional calendar and your subjects tab at the top of the webpage for more information on coursework! 

Welcome!

My name is Chelsea Peverill and I have been teaching in Montgomery ISD since 2012.  This year I will be teaching BIM 1, Accounting I, Accounting 2, and Dance. I am also the director of the Royals Dance Team and coach the UIL Accounting Team.

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I attended Sam Houston State University where I received my degree in Accounting. I then began working on my Masters of Education and received my teaching certification! I love teaching and am thankful to work in such an amazing community!

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I am looking forward to the 2019-2020 school year! It is such a privilege to continue building new traditions at Lake Creek High School! GO LIONS!!

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Class Schedule:

BIM 1Conference

1st:

7:20-8:05

BIM 1

2nd:

8:11-8:56

BIM 1

3rd:

9:02-9:53

BIM 1

4th:

9:59-10:44

Accounting 1

5th:

10:50-12:07

Conference

6th:

12:13-12:58

Dance I, II and III

7th:

1:04-1:49

Dance Productions

8th:

1:55-2:40

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Students should check their school issued Office 365 email and click on the link to join my Google Classroom. 

To sign in to Google Classroom they will need to use their school email as the username and their school email with a capital S as the password. 

March 24-27th Assignments: Due March 27th

Answer the "What do you have access to" question.

Complete the Word Review and submit in Google Classroom.

  Course Syllabus Business Information Management I (BIM)

Instructor: Chelsea Peverill                    E-Mail: chelsea.peverill@misd.org

CLASS DESCRIPTION

Business Information Management (BIM) is a one year/one credit intermediate computer applications course recommended for students in Grades 9-12.  Students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in society and make a successful transition to the workforce and postsecondary education. Students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies, create word-processing documents, develop a spreadsheet, formulate a database, and make an electronic presentation using appropriate software.

SUPPLIES:  Please choose one: box of tissues, disinfecting wipes, or hand sanitizer

TEACHER WEB SITE

All class information and materials will be posted daily and the class website is available from any computer with Internet access. If you/your child miss an assignment, he/she will be responsible for making up the work as described in the student handbook. If you/your student need help with assignments, please have them come before or after school.

During this class, students will develop proficiency skills in the following applications:

Information Management Basics                        Spreadsheets / Microsoft Excel

Touch System Data Entry                                   Preparing Databases / Microsoft Access

Word Processing / Microsoft Word                     Data Mining

Presentation Skills / Microsoft PowerPoint         Business Integration / Simulation Project

EVALUATION - A variety of methods will be used to evaluate your knowledge of the computer, which include:

  • Daily Assignments & Participation: 30%
  • Major Tests/Projects: 40%
  • Certification Prep: 30%

Classroom Expectations:

Be a Positive Thinker

Be Productive - Participate actively

Be Proud - Always try your best

Respect the right of others

Keep classroom neat

Agree to Responsible Use of Technology Resources Agreement

1st Semester

2nd Semester

1st Six Weeks

4th Six Weeks

Welcome to Business Information Management

Workplace Technology & Keyboarding Basics

Word Processing Basics (Word)

Data Mining & Database Basics (Access)

2nd Six Weeks

5th Six Weeks

Applying Word Processing Skills (Word)

Spreadsheet Basics (Excel)

Preparing Databases (Access)

3rd Six Weeks

6th Six Weeks

Applying Spreadsheet Skills (Excel)

Multimedia Presentations (PowerPoint)

Students should check their school issued Office 365 email and click on the link to join my Google Classroom. 

To sign in to Google Classroom they will need to use their school email as the username and their school email with a capital S as the password. 

March 24-27th Assignments: Due March 27th

Read Chapter 14.1 via the PDF file in Google Classroom.

Complete chapter 14.1 WT/OYO and submit in Google Classroom.


Accounting I Course Information

Instructor: Mrs. Chelsea Peverill                                                                      Course Length: 1 Year

Email: chelsea.peverill@misd.org                                                                                 Conference Period:5th

INTRODUCTION

Accounting 1 (53213) is a one year/one credit course recommended for students in 10-12 grades.  Students investigate the field of accounting, including how it is impacted by industry standards as well as economic, financial, technological, international, social, legal, and ethical factors. Students reflect on this knowledge as they engage in the process of recording, classifying, summarizing, analyzing, and communicating accounting information. Students formulate and interpret financial information for use in management decision making.

EVALUATION

A variety of methods will be used to evaluate your knowledge of the curriculum, which include:

  • Quizzes 10%
    • Application or Mastery Problems
    • Vocabulary
  • Daily Assignments 40%
    • Warm Ups
    • Vocabulary
    • Daily Work (together and on your own)
    • Class Activities and Participation
  • Tests/Projects  50%
    • Unit Exams
    • Projects
    • Mastery or Challenge Problems

MATERIALS NEEDED

Notebook/Spiral/Folder with paper (your preference)

Pencils

MAKE UP WORK

If you are absent, and it is necessary to attend a make-up session in order to complete the work assigned please schedule a time with Mrs. Peverill any morning from 7:00-7:15am. If you need to come in after school for tutorials, you must schedule with Mrs. Peverill in advance.

COMPUTER LAB RULES AND REGULATIONS

  • Follow all classroom rules at all times!
  • If you lose your copy of your workbook, you will be responsible for purchasing a new one in order to complete your assignments.
  • Any malicious attempt to harm or destroy equipment, materials, or data is prohibited. All rules and regulations in the District Policy and student handbook will be enforced in the computer labs. BYOD and cell phones will only be allowed to be used when instructed.

1st 6 Weeks:

Starting a Proprietorship: Changes That Affect the Accounting Equation

Analyzing Transactions into Debit and Credit Parts

Journalizing Transactions

Posting to a General Ledger

 

2nd 6 Weeks:

Cash Control Systems

Worksheet and Adjusting Entries for a Service Business

Financial Statements for a Proprietorship

 

3rd 6 Weeks:

Recording Closing Entries and Preparing a Post-Closing Trail Balance for a Service Business

Accounting for Purchases and Cash Payments

 

4th 6 Weeks:

Accounting for Sales and Cash Receipts

Accounting for Transactions Using a General Journal

 

5th 6 Weeks:

Preparing Payroll Records

Accounting for Payroll and Payroll Taxes

Accounting for Uncollectible Accounts Receivable

 

6th 6 Weeks:

Preparing Adjusting Entries and a Trial Balance

Financial Statements and Closing Entries for a Corporation

Financial Statement Analysis

 

 

Accounting 2 Course Information

Instructor: Mrs. Chelsea Peverill                                                                      Course Length: 1 Year

Email: chelsea.peverill@misd.org                                                                                 Conference Period:5th

INTRODUCTION

In Accounting II, students will continue the investigation of the field of accounting, including how it is impacted by industry standards as well as economic, financial, technological, international, social, legal, and ethical factors. Students will reflect on this knowledge as they engage in various managerial, financial, and operational accounting activities. Students will formulate, interpret, and communicate financial information for use in management decision making. Students will use equations, graphical representations, accounting tools, spreadsheet software, and accounting systems in real-world situations to maintain, monitor, control, and plan the use of financial resources.

EVALUATION

A variety of methods will be used to evaluate your knowledge of the curriculum, which include:

  • Quizzes 10%
    • Application or Mastery Problems
    • Vocabulary
  • Daily Assignments 40%
    • Warm Ups
    • Vocabulary
    • Daily Work (together and on your own)
    • Class Activities and Participation
  • Tests/Projects  50%
    • Unit Exams
    • Projects
    • Mastery or Challenge Problems

MAKE UP WORK

If you are absent, and it is necessary to attend a make-up session in order to complete the work assigned please schedule a time with Mrs. Peverill any morning from 7:00-7:15am. If you need to come in after school for tutorials, you must schedule with Mrs. Peverill in advance.

COMPUTER LAB RULES AND REGULATIONS

  • Follow all classroom rules at all times!
  • If you lose your copy of your workbook, you will be responsible for purchasing a new one in order to complete your assignments.
  • Any malicious attempt to harm or destroy equipment, materials, or data is prohibited. All rules and regulations in the District Policy and student handbook will be enforced in the computer labs.
  • BYOD and cell phones will only be allowed to be used when instructed.
  • Headphones are allowed when permitted. ONLY inner ear headphones will be allowed, NO HEADPHONES THAT COVER YOUR EARS! 

1st 6 Weeks

Accounting Basics (debits, credits, t-accounts, journal types)

Plant Assets

Depreciation

Accounting for Inventory

2nd 6 Weeks 

Acquiring Capital for Growth and Development

Reinforcement Activity -3 - Part A

Accounting for Accruals, Deferrals, and Reversing Entries

3rd 6 Weeks

End-of-Fiscal-Period-Work for a Corporation

Reinforcement Activity 3- Part B

Accounting for Partnerships

4th 6 Weeks

 

5th 6 Weeks

 

6th 6 Weeks


Students should check their school issued Office 365 email and click on the link to join my Google Classroom. 

To sign in to Google Classroom they will need to use their school email as the username and their school email with a capital S as the password. 

March 24-27th Assignments: Due March 27th

Watch the Bluegrass Clogging video in Google Classroom.

Answer the questions about the video and submit in Google Classroom.

Find an online resource for stretching and/or technique and submit the link via Google Classroom.



  Course Syllabus Dance 1/2

Instructor: Chelsea Peverill                    E-Mail: chelsea.peverill@misd.org

CLASS DESCRIPTION: Dance students develop perceptual thinking and movement abilities in daily life, promoting an understanding of themselves and others. Students develop movement principles and technical skills and explore choreographic and performance qualities. Students develop self-discipline and healthy bodies that move expressively, efficiently, and safely through space and time with a sensitive kinesthetic awareness. Students recognize dance as a vehicle for understanding historical and cultural relevance, increasing an awareness of heritage and traditions of their own and others, and enabling them to participate in a diverse society. Evaluating and analyzing dance allows students to strengthen decision-making skills, develop critical and creative thinking, and develop artistic and creative processes. Students continue to explore technology and its application to dance and movement, enabling them to make informed decisions about dance

SUPPLIES:  Students will need to purchase solid black shorts and/or leggings, and solid color tank tops (no mid-drift showing) and/or t-shirts. They may also purchase dance shoes, but they are not mandatory.

EVALUATION - A variety of methods will be used to evaluate your knowledge of the computer, which include:

  • Daily Assignments & Participation: 50%
  • Major Tests/Projects: 50%

*Their participation grade also includes dressing out each day. They will receive 20 points per day that they dress out in a week. Each week they will receive a grade for dressing out.

Classroom Expectations:

Be a Positive Thinker

Be Productive - Participate actively

Be Proud - Always try your best

Respect the right of others

Keep the dance room and locker room neat

Agree to Responsible Use of Technology Resources Agreement

1st Semester

2nd Semester

1st Six Weeks

4th Six Weeks

Welcome to Dance

History of Ballet Unit

Ballet Unit

History of Modern Dance Unit

Modern/ Contemporary Unit

2nd Six Weeks

5th Six Weeks

History of Jazz Unit

Jazz Unit

 History of Hip Hop Unit

Hip Hop Unit

3rd Six Weeks

6th Six Weeks

 History of Social Dance Unit         

Social Dance Unit

Performance Unit

Choreography Unit

PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF NONDISCRIMINATION IN CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS. It is the policy of Montgomery ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, or handicap in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Montgomery ISD will take steps to assure the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs.  For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Jada Mullins (936) 276-2150 and/or the Special Education/ Section 504 Coordinator Meredith Burg, (936)276-2463, 20774 Eva St.,

Montgomery, Texas 77356.

Es politica de Montgomery ISD no hacer ningun tipo de discriminacion por raza, color, lugar de origen, genero, o discapacidad, respecto de sus programas, servicios o actividades vocacionales, tal como lo exige el Titulo VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, segun enmienda; el Titulo IX sobre Emmiendas Educativas, de 1972, y la Seccion 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitacion de 1973, segun enmienda. Para mayor informacion sobre sus derechos o los procedimientos para poner una queja, comuniquese con el Coordinador del Titulo IX, Jada Mullins (936) 276-2150 y/o el Educacion Especial/ Coordinador de la Seccion 504, Meredith Burg (936) 276-2463, 20774 Eva St., Montgomery,
Texas 77356
.