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Classroom Expectations and Procedures1)Maintain an attitude of courtesy, honor, and respect
a.Do not talk when others are talking.b.No hats, no hair combs, no food or drinks (you may have water), andno use of profanity or slang terms that are derogatory.c.Follow the dress code.
No radios, walkmans, or
. If I see these items, I takethem and turn them in to the office. READ YOUR HANDBOOKREGARDING THESE ITEMS!e.No sleeping in class; if you are sick, see me.f.Don’t complain about the temperature of the room-dressappropriately.
2)School Handbook rules are strictly enforced. 3)Be responsible
a.Keep up with your own materials and be responsible for your OWNwork. If you borrow a pencil from me, you must leave collateral.b.Do not “pack up” materials until class is dismissed by ME. Bring allmaterials to every class meeting.
My desk, refrigerator, microwave, etc., is off-limits - NOexceptions
You will receive
three restroom passes per semester
. Use themWisely - I keep a record of them. Use the restroom between classesand this won’t be a problem. Of course, let me know if you are ill.
Do your best-always.Attendance and Tardy Policy
My attendance and tardy policy directly coincides with the policy of Nicholas CountyHigh School. It is very important that students are here for every class. We cover alot of material and take part in many group activities. If you are not here you may find yourself buried under a literal ‘ton” of make-up work. Please see me in advance if youknow that you will be absent and we can make arrangements for your work.
Make-up Work (please read very carefully)
When a student is absent, that student will have the same number of days asthe absence to make up the
- NO LONGER. A student must also dothe work in the order it was assigned. Once the work is completed, he/she willturn it in the appropriate make-up folder.
I will stay after school on Wednesdays until 4 p.m. to administer make-upquizzes and tests; I do not allow those to be made up during school. Quizzesand tests must be made up within
of when they were assigned to the