Classroom Expectations and Grading|
1. Grading scale:
100= A+ 73-77= C
93-99= A 70-72= C-
90-92= A- 68-69= D+
88-89= B+ 63-67= D
83-87= B 60-62= D-
80-82= B- 0-59= F
Percentage score is based on number of items assigned.
Students will use pencils to complete homework and all other work.
Students will do after school detention if they fail to hand in any due
assignments (NO EXCEPTIONS)
24 hour notice will be given for detentions Ė be sure to make arrangements to pick up your child after the scheduled detention
Grade reports will be given to your child every Monday. Progress reports will be handed out every 3 weeks (Mondays). However, you can check your childís grades any time
For full credit on your assignments in Miss Hadlerís class, these guidelines must be followed:
1. Use only regular size (8Ĺ X 11) paper. Trim off edge if torn from spiral notebook.
2. Put your name (first and last), date, subject, and page number in the top right corner. No names on paper will lose ten points.
3. Donít scribble, doodle, or draw on your paper, unless it is part of the assignment.
4. Assignment are to be written in PENCIL.
5. Use standard writing and write legibly.
Miss Hadlerís Classroom Expectations
Enter classroom quietly
Be in your seat when class begins
Turn work in complete and on time
Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself
Take care of school property
Put trash in appropriate place
Do assigned task(s), keep busy with appropriate activity
Use the behaviors that you know are acceptable at school
Use only appropriate language and avoid inappropriate topics of conversation or discussion
Show respect for others, be courteous, and use good manners
Remain in your seat unless otherwise instructed
Pick up and complete assignments from absence
CONSEQUENCES FOR BREAKING CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS
Miss Hadlerís Class
First occurrence of the day = warning
Second occurrence of the day = serve during study hall
Third occurrence of the day = serve after school detention
Fourth occurrence of the day = office
Parent meeting will ensue after twelve detentions