This site is for students of Mr. Nickel to find course information.
Learning is about how you interact with life. Marks are essential to move to the next stage of academia, but real learning will help in every walk of life. We need to ask ourselves how good we want to be in everything that we do. That positive, winning attitude should be linked to how lessons, homework, major assignments, and tests better prepare us for the real world.
When the thirteen colonies south of Niagara Falls were under the yoke of British rule, they formed a bond and stood united against the opposing force. It was the only way that they would get to live how they wanted. Students and teachers need to do the same. It is important to try your best in everything that you do; however, we must join together if we want to make society better too. It is about picking up your friends, enemies, and even strangers to overcome obstacles and have fun while doing it. We are social beings and we learn best when we learn together from each other.
You can find Mr. Nickel in class, the English Office, the Studio, or the football field from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School in St. Catharines, ON. If he is sick or otherwise away, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a quicker response, it is always better to try to find him, as he is often busy doing different jobs for the students and the school.