Alec McTavish

Phone: 425.408.7078


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Applied Science (Engineering Science) & Master of Applied Science (Electrical Engineering) - both from the University of Toronto, Canada;

Alec McTavish

Hi, I'm Alec McTavish (that's "Mister McTavish" to you! ... OK, maybe it's "McT" or "McTavish" to you...) I'm happy to be here at Bothell High for yet another year of educational awesomeness. This year I'll once again be toiling away filling students' brains with Computer Science knowledge and skills, and coaching our Chess Club.
Looking for extra help? I'm happy to help you after school; but I do teach a 7th period class so I'm not available until after 7th period (3:03 PM) on full days. You are also welcome to work quietly in my room during 7th period, as long as there's a computer available for you. On about two-thirds of the collaborative Wednesdays, (those that aren't school- or district- directed), I'm available to help you immediately after 6th period at 12:25 PM. Finally, you can come see me during resource period at Chess Club in room 714 - across from the student store. It's easy for me to have a laptop (up to 4 of them) available for your use during that time. Other than dropping by to see me, the easiest way to contact me is via e-mail.
  • Thinking about taking a Computer Science course here at Bothell High next year? Wondering which one(s) you're eligible to take, and which one(s) could be right for you? Looking for answers to pair up with all the question marks quickly populating this part of the page????? Check out this handy Q & A document. ^_^

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  • To know what your student is up to in my Computer Science class, ParentVUE is your friend! You can access ParentVUE directly here, and get more information about it (including instructions for setting up your account) here. When you look at my class via the grade book in ParentVUE, you will be able to see due dates, assignment details, and various supporting documents. You'll find information or announcements not directly related to a specific assignment in the "class level resources" attached to my class. Click on the appropriate link below to see summary information about the classes I teach:


    Syllabus for Computer Science with C#/.NET    Syllabus for Advanced Programming Topics    Classroom Rules (all classes)

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