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Hello, my name is Thomas Moseley, and I want to welcome you to our U. S. and World History & Geography class! I graduated from Park University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration and earned a Master of Arts Degree in Teaching (Social Studies) from Austin Peay State University. I am a 22 year veteran of the U. S. Army Military Police Corps. I was stationed at Fort Campbell several times in my career and decided to retire here in August of 2018. I am a devoted LSU football fan (GEAUX Tigers). In my spare time, I enjoy weightlifting and spending time with my family and friends. I have a wife, who is a Social Worker in Clarksville, three daughters (23, 20, and 14) and one son (13). I look forward to building positive relationships with you and your child as we learn about U.S. History.
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Class Schedule:

1st Period: U.S. History 7:30-8:15

2nd Period: U.S. History 8:20-9:05

3rd Period: U.S. History 9:10-9:55

4th Period: U.S. History 10:00-10:45

5th Period: U.S. History 10:50-12:45

Lunch: 11:50-12:15

Eagle Time: 12:15-12:45

6th Period: Planning 12:50-1:35

7th Period: U.S. History 1:40-2:25

  • Classroom procedures, expectations and rules are outlined in the syllabus.


  • Classroom supplies:

           Charged Laptop

           One subject or composition notebook


           Loose leaf paper

           Colored pencils

           Markers (optional)

Cell Phone Policy:

            Per CMCSS policy, cell phones ARE ALLOWED between classes and during lunch. When you are in my classroom, cell phones are to be put away where I cannot see them, unless otherwise instructed. I MAY permit cell phones  to be used during independent work for the purpose of listening to music only. If this does occur, students will be permitted to have only one ear bud in at a time, and music must not be at a volume as to be heard by others in the classroom. Under NO circumstances will cell phones be permitted during testing. This policy is subject to change if students are not able to adhere to these guidelines. This is  a PRIVILEGE not a RIGHT.