Thursday, July 23, 2009

Mr.Doyle will be off campus on Friday, July 24th

As stated in the online syllabus, Mr.Doyle will be off campus on Friday, July 24th. Final Exams for English 190 are/were on Thursday the 23rd. If you missed the deadlines for the final and to turn in your green syllabus book and book report, you have one more chance to make up the material. Mr.Doyle will be on campus in his office (in LB203) on Monday, July 27 in the morning between 9 and 10. This will be the last chance to turn in assignments and to take the test. Everything must be finished before 11AM. Book reports and syllabi may be slipped under the door before this date, but will not count after 11AM on Monday.

If you want to know your grade, e-mail Mr.Doyle next week at: .

Have a great rest-of-the-summer.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Final Exam Schedule Summer 2009

All finals will be during regular class time on Thursday, July 23. Mr.Doyle has a meeting out of town on Friday, so Thursday will be our last day. On that day you will need a scantron, a pencil, your syllabus book and your book report. The book report is due on Thursday, or may be delivered to Mr.Doyle's office by noon on Friday, or sent in an e-mail by midnight Friday. I will grade your syllabus book while you take the test. The grades must be turned-in on Monday, so any lab work or book reports sent to me after Saturday won't count. If you want to find out your scores and grade, send an e-mail to Mr.Doyle next week at

Friday, July 3, 2009

You are Invited to an Evening of Irish Music

You are Invited to an Evening of Irish Music
Dennis Doyle, Celtic Harp and Song
Paula Doyle, Vocalist
Terry Doyle, Guitar and Vocals,
and a special secret surprise guest
at the Holy Spirit Retreat Center
Evening Concert Under the Stars Series
Next Wednesday, July 8, 2009, 7:30PM
4316 Lanai Rd
Encino, Ca 91436
PH: 818.784.4515
Fax: 818.784.0409

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Bring Your Outside Reading Book to Class

Bring your outside reading book to class on Thursday, July 2, so that Mr.Doyle can look the book over and so that we can do a readability level for the text.