Bryan Harvey
harveybs@pwcs.edu 
Currently not reachable by phone 

 

Class Schedule:  

Period

Odd Days

Even Days

1 /2

 Film Studies

 Seminars

3/ Flex

 Planning

Flex Varies

5 / 4

 English 11

 Seminars

6 /7

 English 11

 Seminars

 

For the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, I will support learning on the following schedule.

Office Hours:
 Wednesdays from 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm and Fridays from 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm (but feel free to email me at other hours as well)
Instructional Hours: Mondays from 8:00 am until 10:00 am

Learning Management System: 
This course uses this website's class calendars, this website's Files and Documents pages, and email as our Learning Management System (LMS). By May, we may start using Teams or Canvas, but until then check the resources and methods of communication we used from September through March.      

Communication and Grades: 
I am reachable via my school email (harveybs@pwcs.edu). Students and parents may check grades as they post via their individual accounts from StudentVue and ParentVue.

Biography:
Bryan Harvey has taught for twelve years in Prince William County, having spent time at both Patriot and C. D. Hylton High Schools. He holds a Master’s in Literature from George Mason University, a Master’s in Teaching from James Madison University, and a Bachelor’s in English from James Madison University. He contributes regularly to Fansided's The Step Back. In the past, he has written for Hardwood Paroxysm,  Sports Illustrated’s The Cauldron, and The Classical. He has also contributed to sites affiliated with ESPN’s True Hoop Network and Fox Sports. He is the author of the multimedia novels Everything That Dunks Must Converge and With the Memphis Blues Again. His fiction and poetry have been published in Gravel Magazine, Former Cactus, The Shocker, The Florida Review, Bluestem Magazine, The Cold Mountain Review, The Rufous City Review, and The Harpoon Review. The most beautiful thing he’s seen is the ball movement of the 2014 San Antonio Spurs. He puts it right up there with Shakespeare, volcanic craters, and Arctic glaciers. He would most definitely try dinosaur meat if given the opportunity.