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  • This course is for 6th graders at Hiwassee Dam to have a blended learning experience in BE6208.
  • 7th grade students will use Moodle in a hybrid setting to do the BE 6208 - 7th Grade Curriculum.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students of Mrs. Julie S. hughes at both Ranger Middle School and Hiwassee Dam Middle School.
  • This course is for the 7th graders at Hiwassee Dam Middle School to have a blended learning experience in BE6208.
  • This course is for Mrs. Jacobs' 7th grade homeroom at Ranger Middle to have a blended learning experience in BE6208.
  • This course is for Ms. Ledford's 7th grade homeroom at Ranger Middle to have a blended learning experience in BE6208.
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  • Students will compare information about various countries in Europe to develop ideas about the standard of living in those countries.
  • This class will be used as a blended learning environment in conjunction with the Graphic Design class at Andrews High School. Students will retrieve and upload assignments via the Moodle page. Students can also easily access tutorials, presentations, notes,vocabulary, reading material, links and quizzes which will be available online. Course material and resources are available for downloading.
  • This course will be used for a hybrid learning experience in Mr. Watson's math classes. Students will experience a blended environment for math instruction.
  • This course is for 6th graders at Hiwassee Dam to have a blended learning experience in BE6208.
  • This course is set up for our CCS Science PLC.
  • This course will introduce 5th grade AIG students to online learning. This mini course is designed to last four weeks. Students will become familiar navigating in an online course and learn to use Web 2.0 tools while learning about their local community.
  • This course requires an enrolment key

    This class is designed to create a yearbook using a digital process.  Students will construct a layout design and theme to produce a completed yearbook.


  • The purpose of this course is to provide students and their parents with access to helpful literacy information and skill-building/reinforcement activities.

  • This course is for middle school students at Ranger Middle and Hiwassee Dam Middle Schools that have Mrs. Hughes three times a week In order to have a blended learning experience in BE6208.
  • Students will have the opportunity to collaborate and share information for 21st century skill sets. The Stock Market Game and BE 6208C will be used to prepare students for high school and beyond.

  • Health and PE topics for healthy lifestyles.
  • This class will provide a face-to-face environment to create a Moodle learning environment. Participants will be able to create a working copy of a Moodle class to create blended learning through the classroom and the Internet.
  • This course will help teachers to implement the Moodle Learning Management course for content instruction and delivery. Teachers can create a 21st century learning experience for students through the use of Moodle tools.
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  • This course will help students identify state symbols and North Carolina and its bordering states.

  • Resources for Kindergarten activities and resources.
  • This class is designed for the first graders at MCES.
  • This professional development course is designed to help beginning and advanced technology users to choose their own staff development course. This course is aligned to the ISTE NETS-Teachers to help teachers utilize technology as a tool to create content-based lessons and activities to meet local, state, and national content-area standards and technology standards.

  • This course is for Mr. Jones' 6th grade homeroom at Ranger Middle to have a blended learning experience in BE6208.
  • This course introduces students to the rewards and risks of owning or operating a business enterprise. Emphasis is placed on the mastery of skills needed to plan, organize, manage, and finance a small business. Skills in communication, technical writing, mathematics, research, and problem-solving are reinforced as each student prepares his/her own business plan. Work-based learning strategies appropriate for this course include cooperative education and paid/unpaid internships. Simulations, projects, teamwork, and FBLA leadership activities, meetings, conferences, and competitions provide opportunities for application of instructional competencies.
  • This class is a continuation of our Spanish 1 and 2 class. In Spanish 3 we will continue to strengthen and expand students' grammar knowledge and vocabulary base, continuing our emphasis on oral skills and communication based on material learned in Spanish 1 and 2.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students at Andrews Middle School. This is SECTION 1. Please check with Mr. Mclelland to be sure which section you are assigned to.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students at Andrews Middle School. This is SECTION 2. Please check with Mr. Mclelland to be sure which section you are assigned to.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students at Andrews Middle School. This is SECTION 3. Please check with Mr. Mclelland to be sure which section you are assigned to.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students at Hiwassee Dam Middle School.
  • This course was created for the 8th grade students of Martins Creek School.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students at Murphy Middle School. This is SECTION 1. Please check with Ms. Loudermilk to be sure which section you are assigned to.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students at Murphy Middle School. This is SECTION 2. Please check with Ms. Loudermilk to be sure which section you are assigned to.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students at Murphy Middle School. This is SECTION 3. Please check with Ms. Loudermilk to be sure which section you are assigned to.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students at Murphy Middle School. This is SECTION 4. Please check with Ms. Loudermilk to be sure which section you are assigned to.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students at Murphy Middle School. This is SECTION 5. Please check with Ms. Loudermilk to be sure which section you are assigned to.
  • This course was designed for 8th grade students at Ranger Middle School. This is SECTION 2. Please check with Mrs. Hughes to be sure which section you are assigned to.
  • When supporting literacy for students with moderate to severe disabilities, a broader definition of literacy is needed… not all students will be traditional readers and writers, but they will have literacy! This course is an introduction to the three types of literacy and how they relate to children with intensive needs.
  • This site is a portal to provide students a means to receive and track special projects, announcements, and other information needed to be successful at the Early College.

  • Algebra I course for Tri-County Early College students

  • Students taking this course will study a variety of aspects of drama, including acting, voice for the stage, stagecraft, and dramaturgy. The primary focus for the course is the study and staged performance of a classic work within the canon of dramatic literature.

  • English I combines the study of grammar, writing, and  literature, for the primary purpose of teaching students the language abilities they need to communicate effectively as individuals and as contributing members of society.

  • English IV integrates builds on the various language arts skills learned throughout the student’s educational experience. The curriculum further strives to help students become life-long learners by allowing them opportunities to continue exploring expressive, expository, argumentative, and literary contexts with a focus on British Literature.

  • The College & Career Readiness site is a place where TCEC students can access guidance resources and activities related to the exploration of future educational and career goals.  Thank you for taking the time to invest in exploring your future.  After all...it is your life!  You will thank yourself.

  • This course allows guest users to enter  This course requires an enrolment key

    Welcome to Mr. Owens’ Moodle algebra 2 site! This site is where Tri-County Early College algebra 2 students can access and download a wealth of information to help them be successful. This includes class updates, schedules, assignments, quizzes, unit objectives, useful weblinks and tutorials, as well as copies of any electronic class materials and notes.

  • Honors biology course for Tri-County Early College students

  • Through the study of Civics and Economics, students will acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to become responsible and effective citizens in an interdependent world. Students will need a practical understanding of these systems of civics and economics that affect their lives as consumers and citizens.  As informed decision-makers, students will apply acquired knowledge to real life experience. When studying the legal and political systems, students will become aware of their rights and responsibilities and put this information into practice.  Honor Civics and Economics is distinguished by a difference in the quality of the work expected, not merely an increase in quantity.

  • Honors environmental science course for Tri-County Early College students

  • Honors Geometry course for Tri-County Early College students


  • Welcome to Mr. Owens’ Moodle physics site! This site is where Tri-County Early College physics students can access and download a wealth of information to help them be successful. This includes class updates, schedules, assignments, quizzes, unit objectives, useful weblinks and tutorials, as well as copies of any electronic class materials and notes.

  • The study of United States History includes geography, economics, political science, social and cultural patterns, as well as history.  The course is challenging and requires students to take greater responsibility for their learning by participating in problem-seeking and problem-solving, scholarly and creative processes, critical analysis and application, reflective thinking, and the expression and defense of ideas generated through the study of the content. Honors United States History is distinguished by a difference in the quality of the work expected, not merely an increase in quantity.

  • Journalism at TCEC is a class that allows students to further expand on their interests in writing for an informational purpose, but also the freedom to be involved with many hands-on technological projects specific to school needs.

  • This course is a study of the history of the world.

  • This course is designed to enable students to research and compare several elements of life such as where to attend college, what career to pursue, where to live and work, and more.
  • Introduction to TRU

    Life is full of choices. Somewhere along the line, you chose to smoke your first cigarette or popped your first dip or chew into your mouth. More recently, you chose to use tobacco at school, even though you were probably aware of the 100% Tobacco-Free Schools policy and its consequences. Now you have another choice. 

    TRU is a program designed to serve as an option for students who face suspension for the violation of Cherokee County Schools’ 100% Tobacco-Free Schools policy. This online program consists of three sessions that you will complete within five (5) days of your tobacco offense. If you choose not to complete the course, you will most likely face additional days in suspension, and you will also deprive yourself of some helpful information and insight into your habit. We hope you make the Right choice to Reconsider, Reduce and eventually Release yourself of your tobacco habit.

  • The purpose of the online moodle course would be to provide students with primary material to read and study to understand from a first hand experience the different periods that we study.
  • Topics used to assist students in upgrading their writing.


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