50% Daily Assignments/ Group Work
Classwork: Classwork is due at the end of the day it is given. We will be having weekly reviews, unit assessments and semester final. In this course classwork is REALLYimportant. It helps you to work with and better understand the new concepts we are learning. The absolute WORST thing you can do is copy someone else’s work. I challenge you to complete your work assignment in a diligent manner, and I guarantee you will see results!
Make up work is the students’ responsibility.
School policy states: “A 20% deduction from the total grade earned will be taken on make-up work for unexcused absences.”
“Make-up work for excused absences will be eligible for full credit. Students shall receive a 20% deduction from the total grade earned for any assignment or assessment not made up within the allotted time.” “At the secondary school level, reasonable time is defined as one class day per class missed”
“A 20% deduction from the total grade earned will be taken on make-up work”
How to get make-up work:
-Find the day you missed on the classroom page.
-Read any notes listed on that day.
Make-up Test: You will need to come in before school to make it up.
• P – Proceed to your assigned seat and log in
• R – Read the google classroom daily warm up
• E – Engage in the Warm-Up exercise and submit when complete
• P – Present warm up through google classroom and be ready for lesson or group work
• B – Be in your seat when the bell rings (Do not line up at the door!)
• Y – Your area should be clean
• E – Exit the room when dismissed
1. All school rules apply in my room.
2. Keep your hands, feet and objects to yourself.
3. Use appropriate language.
4. Follow directions the first time they are given.
5. Stay on task during all work times
6. Do not enter or leave the lab without permission.
See MacArthur HS Step Process
Academic Dishonesty/Cheating/ Plagiarism: Academic dishonesty—cheating or plagiarism— is not acceptable. Cheating includes the copying of another student’s work—homework, class work, test answers, etc, as one’s own or allowing the same. A student found to have engaged in academic dishonesty will be subject to loss of credit for the work in question, as well as disciplinary penalties, according to the Student Code of Conduct. The determination that a student has engaged in academic dishonesty shall be based on the judgment of the classroom teacher or other supervising professional employee, taking into consideration written materials, observation, or information from students.