Legal and Protective Studies

Hello! I am Mr. Green and I teach Legal and Protective Studies. 
 
Parents and guardians, please feel free to request access to your student's classroom and I would be more than happy to invite you into our online learning space! 
 
Due to the coronavirus classes will be held online via Google Classroom. Assignments will be posted by each Monday. To access your google classroom please use the following codes:
 
Sophomores: yy34kqe
Juniors: q2q54cn
Seniors: sba71oq
 
Office hours will be held each Monday, Wednesday or Friday from noon to 1p.m. however I check my email several times daily and will respond to  inquiries as soon as I can. My Zoom ID is 6176980909. 
 
 

WEEKLY TASK:

I will be sending out work each Monday and you will have until Friday of that week to complete the assignment. Assignments will take you roughly 2 hours per week. All assignments will be sent and submitted via Google Classroom.

 
CONTACT INFORMATION:
phone: 774-276-6797
Zoom ID: 6176980909
 
 
I will be available for all texts/ phone calls/ Zoom calls on Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays from Noon to 1, but you can contact me at any point with your questions or concerns. The most important thing for me is that you feel connected to our community. Therefore, if you need anything please feel free to text or email me outside of my office hours.
 

English High School Legal and Protective Services

Program Description

The English High School Legal and Protective Studies program provides students with an in depth course of study in law and criminal justice. The Program prepares students to enter the workforce in the area of public safety and the legal profession by challenging them academically and physically. Students earn many certifications which are used in the legal field today including CPR, First Aid, OSHA and 911. Additionally, the rigorous legal curriculum provides students with a competitive edge in a wide variety of criminal justice areas when entering college.

Through this program students learn legal theory and its application in real world scenarios. Students gain insight into the philosophies and disciplines of a variety of criminal justice areas such as effective communications, crime scene processing, criminal law and procedure, disaster preparedness, ethics, law enforcement, private investigations, and trial practice.