Phone: (919) 553-4064
Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. in History Education - ECU B.A. in History - ECU AIG Certified AP Certified in Human Geography and US History
Ms. Alicia Mosby
Hello! My name is Alicia Mosby and I teach American History I & II and AP Human Geography. This is my sixth year at Clayton High School and I love being a part of this school and community. I am a North Carolina native and graduated from East Carolina University as a NC Teaching Fellow in 2014. I enjoy reading, watching football and Jeopardy, and hanging out with my dogs.
This course will use Google Classroom to post assignments and announcements. I encourage parents to join my classroom as guardians if they wish to keep up with course material and due dates.
Google Classroom Codes:
1st block - yk3udd7
2nd block - k7ezejo
4th block - wdvjk37
See course syllabus and letter to parents posted below.
1st: AP Human Geography
2nd: Honors American History II
4th: Honors American History II
COMET Time Tutorials
- Wednesday A/B
- Friday B/C
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