Google Classroom Codes

Hello students!  I miss each of you and hope everyone is staying healthy.  Official remote instruction begins Thursday, April 2nd.  Please read/complete the task below before then.

We are going to be using Google Classroom to turn in assignments/track attendance. (YOU HAVE TO USE YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL WHEN LOGGING IN!)

You must join the google classroom course or you will be marked absent for my course each day until doing so.

See the joining instructions & class codes below:


Join a class with a class code

  1. At the top, click Add Add and then Join class.Click Join class
  2. Enter the class code your teacher gave you (photo class’s are below) and click Join.
    A class code consists of 6 or 7 letters or numbers. For example, hjhmgrk or g5gdp1.Enter class code

**SMARTPHONES/IPADS:  You can also download the Google Classroom app.




Make sure you are joining the correct course/class period.

PHOTO 1 (2nd period): inzn5ky

PHOTO 2 (3rd period):  ubhzcmw

PHOTO 3 (4th period):ocrw66p

AP 2-D GOOGLE CLASSROOM CODE (4th & 5th period):   5iaobe4

PHOTO 2 (5th period): alivngs

PHOTO 1 (6th period): iejbawo

PHOTO 1 (7th period): ui3ythu


ACCESS CLASS (6th period): mmhxou7

All Classes: Moving Forward

Hello Students, I miss you all and I hope you’re all hanging in there!  My classes will be moving to Google Classroom for future assignments/virtual instruction.  Many of your teachers already use it, thankfully!

VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION ATTENDANCE:  For my course, you will need to log in to Google Classroom each weekday to mark yourself “present” for the sake of attendance.  I will post the directions on how to join our class/the class code here in the coming days.


CP1/CP2/CP3:  I will not require Photoshop edits for photographs but will offer optional Photoshop directions on this website for those of you that enjoy using it/have access to Adobe.  We would also rely off of phone photography or any cameras you have at home.



See the attachment below for instructions on how to access/download Photoshop to your home computers or laptops:

Accessing Photoshop at Home

**  TIP:  The Photoshop download will go much quicker if done on a desktop computer (like the ones we have at school), and NOT a laptop.  Laptops will work fine but they take longer because wifi connections are generally slower/weaker.

Congratulations – again!

The following LHS Photography students had work accepted into Polk Museum of Art’s “Our Finest Competition & Exhibition”:

Katie Hoppe

Jorge Miranda-Papaleo

Von’Tasia Wiggins

Brianna Wunsch


Because of the events around the Covid-19, the gallery reception for “Our Finest: Polk County High School Fine Art Competition” has been cancelled.

The museum’s primary concern is to keep everyone as safe as possible.  The school board is working with the Museum on a plan to honor the students whose work is in the show and those that have won awards.  You will be contacted when we have more detailed information.


I am very proud to extend the most deserving of congratulations to the following students for being accepted into the following art exhibitions:

Florida State Fair:  Art Portfolio Contest for High School Seniors “Wall of Excellence”

Victoria Espina

Cullin Saxton


Transcendence – Polk Museum of Art

Brae Abdon

Victoria Espina

Lydia Hartman

Paige Kuehner

Yasmin Morales

Sara Murphy

Uriah Romero

Cullin Saxton


CP2, CP3, AP 2-D:

Upload 1 image to the google slide for the Transcendence Exhibition by Wednesday evening (12/4)

***REMEMBER: If your photo has a resolution below 200, you cannot use it.

If your image is smaller than 5″ x 7″, you cannot use it.

Check your resolution & size by going to: IMAGE > IMAGE SIZE

Upload your photo to the slide with your name on it.

MUST BE A .JPG! Do not save over your original photo, keep the original, just have a .jpg copy.

End of Quarter Grades/Late Work

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FOR MY CLASS ONLY:  I am accepting all late work until 2pm Tuesday, October 8th.   I need time to process and enter grades for Quarter 1. 

Please understand that other teachers may cut grades off earlier or later than me for late work.

If you turn any work in on Office 365/Onedrive that was already previously graded, you are responsible for letting me know to regrade it – I do not get automatically notified of late work being turned in.  Emailing me is the best way, or simply leaving a post it note on my desk with your name and the assignment to be regraded also works!