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Mr. Blair Buscareno RSS

About Me:

I started at Park Ridge in September, 1995.  At that time, PRHS had four high school computer classes on the books:  Computer Applications I & II and Computer Science I & II.  Over the past decade, I've added and subtracted content as the need arose.  As I write, there are about sixteen high school computer courses in the PRHS Program of Studies and they cover a variety of different topics, including:  Microsoft Office applications, concept mapping, graphics and desktop publishing, app creation, computer animation, website development, robotics, computer programming, and game creation.

Before coming to Park Ridge High School, I spent time in the financial world, first in Secaucus, then in Manhattan.  In 1994, I realized I wanted to teach, so I went back to school to become a teacher.  In addition to computers, I've also taught Algebra II and SAT Prep Math

In September, 2008, I introduced a new cycle class for the middle school:  Problem Solving, which teaches students logical thinking skills via a program called Scratch, created by MIT's Lifelong Kindergarten Group

Outside of class, I've coached middle school boys soccer and varsity bowling, as well as running the high school computer club.

Office Hours:
I'm available every morning no later than 7:20 (although I'll often be here earlier).  Students are welcome any day.

Other Info:
Please be aware that assignments presented on this page are subject to change at the teacher’s discretion.
Late assignments are charged 10% per week late, except for Current Events in the classes that do them.  (They are no longer "Current" and there will be no time for student presentations/discussion, so the percentage for those is 25% per week.)


Assignments and Resources:
Course resources can now be found on Schoology.
 
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