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Justin Scogin

Coach Scogin

Offensive Coordinator/Head Powerlifting Coach

 

I am originally from Leesville, LA and a 2001 graduate of Leesville High School. I graduated from Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge with a B.S. in Kinesiology with a concentration in Fitness Studies. I began coaching at Leesville High School in 2009 and served as the Offensive coordinator at my Alma Mater until joining Coach Feaster in 2012. I began teaching biology in 2009 and transitioned to adapted physical education before settling in special education at Parkway. The community atmosphere at Parkway and in South Bossier (SOBO) is second to none. I look forward to a great year and GO PANTHERS!!

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Grading Scale

  A: 100-93

  B: 92-85

  C: 84-75

  D: 74-67

  F: 66-0

Calendar

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Sunday
8/20/17
Monday
8/21/17
Tuesday
8/22/17
Wednesday
8/23/17
Thursday
8/24/17
Friday
8/25/17
Saturday
8/26/17

Student Handbook

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Classroom Procedures

Coach Scogin's Study Skills Class

 

A day in the life of Coach Scogin's class

 

First 10 minutes is spent completing and reviewing first five assignment (Journal)

Next 30 minutes is spent discussing books we are reading or a daily discussion point

15 minutes of independent reading (Accelerated Reader book)

After independent reading the student is required to work on homework or study for tests for at least 30 minutes

         * "I don't have anything to do" is never an accepted response

The last five minutes is a review of our day or preparation for the next day

Links to useful sites

www.bossierschools.org

www.khanacademy.com

https://bossier.owschools.com (Credit Recovery)

 

 

Contact Information

 


PHONE: (318)-759-2237

E-MAIL: justin.scogin@bossierschools.org

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