Welcome & Classroom Information
How to Turn-In an assignment into Google Classroom by taking a picture and attaching it. Click Here.
Google Classroom Class Codes- Zoom links can also be found under the Classwork Tab once enrolled
Click---> here to go to Google classroom. You must use the Chrome browser if not using your Chromebook.
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Google Classroom Tutorials
Students: Check out this short (4 min) tutorial on how to use Google Classroom. Then use the Google Classroom code provided in our On-Boarding session to enroll.
Parents: You can use this tutorial to understand from a parent's perspective on how your student will be using Google Classroom.
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Check this website's Online HWK link for each subject and Google Classroom for assignment links. Remember to click on the Classwork tab once you are in Google Classroom. Also, check BrainPop and the Big Ideas Math websites for online assignments. You may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or need help.
About Mr. Robbins
Name: Mr. Thad Robbins
Grade & Subject: 6th Grade Math/Science (Honors)
College: UCLA Go Bruins
Degree: B.S. Mathematics/Applied Science-Engineering
Hobbies/Outside Interests: Flying airplanes, SCUBA Diving, Baseball, table tennis, Badminton, Coffee, Minnesota Vikings Football, Family Camping.
Favorite Music: Bluegrass/Country
Favorite Quote: "Choose a job you love and you will never have to work another day in your life."
I grew up in a town very similar to Camarillo, called San Juan Capistrano-attending public school through the twelfth grade. I went to UCLA for college and majored in Math and Engineering. In fact, I thought I was going to be an engineer, but I fell in love with teaching and here I am 20+ years later and I've never regretted it. Bruin blue and gold are my favorite colors. I am married and have one son and one daughter. During my free time I like to play badminton, play fantasy football and baseball, study the weather, SCUBA dive, and read the newspaper. But, one of my favorite things to do in my free time is fly airplanes. This summer, I spent a lot of time learning how to fly in clouds with just the instruments. In fact, I acheived one of my most challenging goals by attaining my Instrument Ground Instructor rating. The picture above is me in my brother’s airplane. He’s a pilot too. You will notice that we have a flight simulator in the classroom. That is for those of you who want to join the aviation club and learn how to fly. Once we return to regular school, I will start that up the Aviation Club as soon as I can. So, stay tuned for an announcement on that. One final thing you should know about me is that I love being a teacher because every day is different and I enjoy seeing my students learn. I also learn from my students. Of course, I think it is important to have fun along the way too. I look forward to getting to know all of you as well.