Here are some ways to that parents can help their students succeed in class.
If you find that these suggestions are not helping you and your student, please contact me and we will work together to create a plan to help your student.
Here are somethings that you can do to help improve your class grade.
If you are still not improving after trying all this, come see me. We will work together to try and create a plan that will help you succeed in class.
Yes, you did miss something. You can find your missing work in the green tub in the back of the classroom. Make up work will be in the folders labled missing work for each day. Find the folder for the day of the week that you were absent and your missing work will be in it. You can also find the assignments on Google Classroom, PearsonRealizeand my website.
According to district policy you have two days to collect your missing work and five days to turn in the completed assignments. If a test is scheduled for the day that you missed and you have received the necessary information for that test, you will take it on the first day that you are back in class.
Any assignment that is late, which I consider an assignment that was not turned in day the it was due, will be deducted 20%. I will accept late work up to two weeks after the due date, after that the imcomplete work will remain a zero in the gradebook. You will be notified both in class, on Google Classroom, PearsonRealize, and on the website when the cut off date to turn in late assignments will be.
Extra credit will be offered from time to time in class. If there will be an extra credit opportunity in class, you will be notified of it in class, on Google Classroom and on my website.
If you are caught cheating in class or allowing someone to cheat off of you, you and anyone else involved will receive a zero on the assignment. You will not be allowed to make up the assignment and your parents will be contacted. If I feel it necessary you may also receive an office referral.