During the year we will be examining four of the world's River Valley Civilizations. We are currently looking at Mesopotamia, which was located on the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers - an area referred to as the Fertile Crescent.
Updated: October 19, 2018
PERIOD 1 - 123,933 points
PERIOD 2 - 124,440 points
PERIOD 4 - 120,002 points
PERIOD 5 - 132,127 points
PERIOD 7 - 127,882 points
MrGulle.com is the official website for Mr. Gulle's classes. It is used in conjunction with Mr. Gulle's Google Classrooms. Here you will find any non-digital assignments, an uploaded version of our glossary, and electronic version of our binder, interesting social studies-related news stories, links to useful sites, and much more.
This website is updated frequently, so visit often!
Mr. Gulle is currently in his 22nd year as a social studies-history teacher. A native of Long Island, New York, Mr. Gulle came to Kentucky in 2000. Prior to that he had taught in Florida (all New Yorkers must live in Florida for at least part of their lives!), as well as upstate New York. He holds a B.A. in Social Science-History (1996), an M.A.Ed. in Social Studies-History (2004), and is a National Board Certified Teacher (2006, renewed 2015).
Mr. Gulle enjoys travel, reading, and writing. His work has been published in the Fourth and Fifth Editions of Dr. Harry K. Wong's The First Days of School (he appears on the cover of the Fifth edition!). Mr. Gulle was a contributing author to another book, THE Classroom Management Book. He travels throughout the state delivering professional development sessions to teachers, specializing in teaching teachers how to run an effective classroom and provide engaging instruction.