'However one defines Man, the same definition applies to us all.' -Marcus Tullius Cicero
This is the home page of WWHS social studies teacher Al Pennino. Pclassroom.org offers students an up to date research tool that allows exploration of multiple sources and viewpoints. Curriculum and resource materials are provided here for Pennino's courses in AP Comparative Government and Politics, Participation In Government, Introduction to Philosophy, and History of Genocide. Another purpose of this site is to promote analysis of the ideology of classical liberalism, which provides the founding principles of the United States.
This website is owned and operated by Albert Pennino. All rights reserved. Email Mr. Pennino at firstname.lastname@example.org
WIKIPEDIA online encyclopedia (Anyone can edit WIKI, so get other sources to corroborate)
Life got you down? The state of the world got you bummed? Click here to feel better!
Students! Working too hard? Click below for a brief escape. It's pretty cool! (click right scroll bar instead on enter button, once you're in)
Last Day Of School by Phil Gladkov 2012
Students: Don't let this happen to YOU
The REALCLEAR sites provide multiple perspectives and are an exceptional tool for all of the courses associated with this website. If you had to pick one source for politics, this is it!
Back in the paintball days
DISTANCE LEARNING UPDATES: EMAIL email@example.com Whitmanians! I hope you are all well and comfortable. We are in the home stretch. No new work will be posted for our classes. If you need to take any Quarter 4 quizzes or tests, do it now! All work must be submitted by Friday June 12. Click your class below for instructions. Check often for new updates. Email me if you have questions. Good luck and BE WELL. -Pennino PENNINO GOOGLE CLASSROOM If you have trouble with google classroom or you don't have a shufsd account, please email me and we will work it out. GOOGLE CLASSROOM CLASS CODES: Part Gov R Period 1: ionwash Part Gov H Periods 3,8: 2y2ondp Genocide Period 5: u7aebmo Philosophy Period 6: j6v6xr6 PS: STRENGTH AND HONOR
This might sound corny but some final thoughts: To all my classes: I hope I was able to teach something of value to you in these troubled times. The most important lesson: let's strive for the pursuit of Truth and prioritize our common humanity. I wish you health, happiness, and a great summer that hopefully brings a return to normalcy. To my Class of 2020 students: Make the most of what you learned at Whitman, so that it's a foundation for eternal learning. Teddy Roosevelt advised us to "dare mighty things" in life. Always remember your life is yours: making it the best, most successful, most moral life you can is an endless struggle you have to choose. Seniors: good luck, Godspeed, STRENGTH AND HONOR. P