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Homework is posted in the classroom on our objective board.  Have students check this daily.  This homework may be from the book, worksheet, or digital (from the online science curriculum or in the Google Classroom).  Students should write down their homework in their planner each day which they received the first day of school.  Please check these with your child.

Access Rosetta Stone at if you miss a session and want to work on it at home.  Your goal is to increase your score 2% per week.

Math and Science have online components for easy access and review. – Amplify Science – Logging In – Accessing the Online Math Book

Check gradelink weekly.  That will allow you to see the most updated grade information.  Middle School students should speak to me after class or leave me a note on my posted “to do list” by my desk if there are any mistakes.

Students have 10 calendar days from the due date to turn in any missing work.  They will loose 10% of the grade if it is not turned in on time during class.  These late assignments will be placed in the appropriate subject drawer by the back door.  After this grace period, I will not grade the assignment.

Even if you are absent (not present to my class), you are still responsible for all the material covered and any assignments given.  Please make sure major projects/assignments are submitted on time.  Look in the absent drawer and speak to the teacher before or after class for any help or clarification.  This is your responsibility to follow up with the teacher.

All students should practice math every day.  MobyMax among other sites allow practice of the skills.  Try doing fact practice and math skills practice everyday.

There are no test/quiz corrections allowed.  This is due to the fact that we practice and discuss skills in class, have opportunities to seek help, and we review what will be on the exam in class.

Projects can not be redone, please read the rubric clearly.  This is due to the fact that exactly what is required is listed on the rubric (which is gone over in class), students have a chance to ask questions, have time to research, and multiple days to accomplish the task.  No exceptions.