RULES AND PROCEDURES
1. Turn in completed assignments on time.
2. Bring books, binder, pens, pencils, and paper to class.
3. Raise your hand and wait for permission to speak.
4. Keep hand, feet, and objects to yourself.
All consequences will be in accordance to the Student Handbook.
I will use detention for minor infractions.
- 4 minute detention: You will stay in my classroom from 11:24-11:28. You must have something to work on. Sleeping, talking, or disrupting others, may result in additional detention or referral to the principal. If you do not show up it will be an automatic office referral.
- Morning/afternoon detention: You will stay in my classroom from 7:30-7:55 (bus riders- as soon as bus arrives) or 3:08-3:30. You must sign in and have something to work on. Sleeping, talking, or disrupting others, may result in additional detention or referral to the principal. If you do not show up it will be an automatic office referral.
Any student caught cheating on any assignment or test will receive a zero for that assignment or test. The student will be sent to the office and his/her parent will be notified. (See Student Handbook under Level III Discipline)
1. Before the tardy bell rings, you should:
- check your mailbox
- turn in your assignments to the correct box
- prepare for the day’s lesson
This is not a time for conversation or horseplay.
2. Late work:
If a paper is turned in late the highest grade the student can make is a 70 unless it is accompanied by a late coupon. If the paper is turned in the next day with the late coupon attached there will not be a grade penalty. Failure to turn in a paper will result in a zero. Each student will receive one late coupon per subject per six weeks.
3. Make-up work:
When you are absent, you are responsible for completing what you missed and for turning it in on time. When you have an excused absence, you will be allowed the same number of days you were absent to turn in the work.
For most tests, a retest will be offered if you scored below a 70 on the original test. The retest dates and times will be posted on the board. It will be up to you to make arrangements to retest.
The grading policy outlined in the Student Handbook will be followed:
50%---Average of daily grades
50%---Average of test and notebook grade
All graded assignments are to be kept in a binder during the six weeks. A binder test will be administered at the end of each grading period. This will count as a test grade.