Welcome to the Recurring Themes Wiki Pages.

Before continuing on to the wiki pages please read the guidelines below.

  • This Wiki is for educational purposes.
  • Students are held accountable for their actions and for upholding all school rules pertaining to the use of the school network and online resources.
  • Do not say/write/do anything within this wiki site that you would not say/write/do at school.
  • Treat this site as a place for learning, a place to learn from each other and a place to have educational conversations.
  • Remember that you have a global audience. Everything you create can and will be viewed by others.
  • This wiki has been designed to encourage students to collaborate and establish connections between the three disciplines of Recurring Themes.
  • The wiki will allow students to have a meaningful and collaborative experience.
  • It is expected that you will participate in this activity in a deliberate and thoughtful manner.
  • You may contact each other via the methods provided by your teachers but remember that all contacts even if they are at home are governed under school rules.
  • If you have any questions or concerns as you work, contact your teacher immediately.
  • Every page on this site is monitored by Mrs. More, Mrs. Young, and Mr. Tomaselli.
  • Please report any technical difficulties concerning the wiki to your teacher immediately.

Additional information concerning wiki use can be found here.

How our wiki works:

The recurring themes of art, history, and literature, serve as a framework for which your wiki is based. Your teachers will post questions or topics within the discussion forum of each page which are to be used as a guide for your research. Each page has pre-assigned "guards" that are responsible for monitoring the content posted. The listed of "guards" is posted here.

Stay tuned and check in frequently for changes mad to this homepage.