Luke Freeman



Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts - History and Sociology Master of Arts - Teaching

Luke Freeman

This will be my fourth year teaching social studies electives and serving as instructional dean of English and social studies. I am also excited to continue my involvement with MUNSA this year. I graduated from Trinity University in 2009 before moving to New Orleans, where I worked in education as a technology consultant and later as an assistant teacher at a Montessori elementary school. I returned to Trinity to pursue my Master of Arts in Teaching in secondary social studies, and I feel very lucky to be able to work with the students and faculty at ISA. When I am not at ISA, I enjoy spending time outdoors, reading, cooking, and biking. 

  • All assignments will be assessed and given a percentage grade between 0% and 100%. In accordance with district policy, all late work will be penalized and will be given a perecentage not to exceed 80%. 

    Students may view their scores online via Skyaward. On Skyward, each assignment will fall into one of the following categories: 

    Category 1 - 50% - Summative Assignments (ex. projects, tests, presentations, research assignments, long portfolio posts, etc) 

    Category 2 - 35% - Formative Assessments (ex. shorter projects, mini-presentations, quizzes, discussion assessments, portfolio posts, etc)

    Category 3 - 15% - Daily Work and Practice (ex. check ins, exit slips, mini-quizzes, etc)

  • 1st period (8:55 - 9:47)--Model United Nations

    2nd period (9:52 - 10:45)--Dean

    3rd period (10:50 - 11:40)--Discovering the Middle East

    4th period (11:45 - 12:35)--Model United Nations

    5th period (12:40 - 1:30)--Lunch

    6th period (1:35 - 2:25)--Dean

    7th period (2:30 - 3:20)--Dean

    8th period (3:25 - 4:15)--Dean