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Mr. Kurt Gielink

Welcome to the study of Economics for 2020/2021

With Remote Learning being the new norm (at least for now) - all class information will now be presented on Google Classrooms.  


Curriculum Night: 2020-21: AP Economics: 1st Period; 5th Period; 7th Period

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 Curriculum Night:  2020-21: Economics:  1st Semester: 4th Period; 6th Period

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 Below I have included links to your Google Classrooms.  All class information will presented there including the Zoom links for daily class meetings.  


Second Semester Economics :

2nd Period Economics : link to google classroom:

code to join: ykzlqtb


4th Period Economics :  link to google classroom:

 code to join: 326zhee



1st Period AP Econ: link to google classroom:

code to join:  mwm4f3h


 5th Period AP Econ: link to google classroom: 
code to join: oqf2ndd
7th Period Econ: link to google classroom:
code to join: tu6mm6d
 Class Supplies for AP Econ 

*There are no specific requirements.  

A textbook will be distributed at the beginning of the year.  If you wanted to get a head start (or to keep a book at home) you can find a copy of the text on ebay for a very minimal cost. (in the past, students have purchased a copy for the text for less than $5)

—Mankiw, Gregory N.  Principles of Economics.  2nd  ed. Harcourt College Publishers

 I also recommend purchasing an AP study book. There are many different publishers.  

 There are no requirements for specific notebooks or binders.  Binders or good folders are recommended because the students will receive many handouts throughout the class.  These handouts should be kept and organized in order to prepare for the mid-term exam in December and the AP exam in May. 

 Some students prefer to keep different colored pencils (or pens/markers/high lighters). They can be useful in organizing the many graphs we will analyze.

Class Supplies for CP Econ 

There are no specific supplies needed for CP Econ.  There is no textbook.  All class content will be delivered through our Google Classroom 

Students are expected to be prepared for class with pens/pencils.  Students should keep a folder or binder as there will be many handouts that will serve as their own text/study guides.