Classroom PoliciesClassroom ExpectationsCooperate with your teachers and classmates.Respect the rights and property of others.Come to class prepared.Carry out your basic student responsibilities.Consequences
1st Offense Sign name on the front board2nd Offense Check by name and an extra assignment3rd Offense Check by name & a note home. Signed and returned the next day
4th Offense Written up and sent to office
Evaluation/GradingGrades are based on a total point system. Each assignment will be worth a designated number of points with the final grade calculated using the percentage of points earned divided by the total points available.Grading Scale
93 - 100% A
90 - 92% A-
87 - 89% B+
83 - 86% B
80 - 82% B-
77 - 79% C+
73 - 76% C
70 - 72% C-
67 - 69% D+
63 - 66% D
60 – 62% D-59 or Below EHOMEWORK PASSES
Students receive a homework pass each nine week marking period. The pass allows the student one extra day to complete the assignment...it DOES NOT take the place of the assignment. After they use their homework pass any work not handed in on time is considered LATE. A "left over" pass is worth five points extra credit at the end of the marking period.
LATE WORKAny work not handed in on time is considered late. Late work loses 10% each class period. Work is not accepted for credit after ten school days.
ABSENTEE WORKWhen a student is absent, they are responsible for picking up their work. A paper with their name on it will be on the front cabinet. All assignments/class topics will be listed. The worksheets are usually attached, but it is up to the student to verify the work and supplies needed. The student has the same number of days to make up the work as they were absent. For example, if they were out two days they have two days upon returning to make up the assignments.
HALL PASSESStudents receive a hall passes each nine weeks. A "left over" hall pass is worth three extra credit points at the end of the marking period. Students may have opportunities to earn extra hall passes throughout the marking period.