Classroom Expectations

Classroom Expectations

Student Responsibility
~ Come to class on time, prepared, and ready to learn.
~ Treat all people in the classroom with common courtesy and respect.
~ Participate in class to the best of your ability. 
~ Remain quiet and in their seats until they are guided by the teacher. 
~ Maintain academic ethics; in no way participate or give the appearance of contributing to any cheating, copying, or plagiarizing. 
~ Remain in constant communication with grownups about their progress in the course. 
~ Aim for success and have fun! 


Cheating will not be tolerated.

Copying work, looking at another person's test/quiz paper, and asking for help during a test or quiz, are all forms of cheating.

Consequences for academic dishonesty include:
~ a zero on the assignment
~ notification of your grownups

Repeat offenders will be referred to the principals for disciplinary action.

Absence and Tardies 

You will be marked absent if you are not in your seat during the beginning of class when I am taking attendance.  

You will be marked tardy if you walk into class after I have finished taking attendance. 

In accordance with school policy,
~ Cell phones and any other electronic devices identified by the school administration must not be audible or visible during the school day and must be turned off. 

~ These devices will be taken for the day if they are seen or heard. 

~ Chrome books should not be used for exchanging information, playing games, or chatting unless sanctioned by a classroom teacher as part of an instructional exercise. 

Disciplinary Actions

Breaking any of the expectations of the classroom and school community would mean disciplinary actions. This can include but is not limited to:
~ warnings
~ detention
~ phone call home
~ conference with grownups
~ conference with administration