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Transcript of Class rules
You are NOT in 6th grade anymore, be RESPONSIBLE
A few tips:
We work from bell to bell ALWAYS!
Don't expect free time!
I don't give busy work, so turn in everything on time
After School detention
No football, band, choir, volleyball etc...
My goal YOU GRADUATING!
The highest grade I will give you if you are put in after school detention is a 50, that's only if it is all correct!
Do NOT interrupt my class to get your work
Tutorial time is for :
Getting missing work
If I quit pushing you you should worry, that means I have given up on you. So take my pushy-ness as a compliment! It means I believe in you!
You will feel like you are in a race. You will be tired at the end of the year, but that is a good thing! It means you worked hard, you have done your part and you are prepared for the future.
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU LISTEN AND GET WHAT I AM TEACHING YOU. YOU WILL BE TESTED ON IT NEXT YEAR!
Bring all of your supplies to class everyday NO EXCUSES!
You will not have much homework if
you use your time wisely!
Use your computer wisely you are being watched!!!
I want you to be creative so let the ideas flow!
You may correct almost anything you fail! It is up to you to take
advantage of this opportunity!
If your work is late or you are put in after school detention, you lose the option of correcting work!
ALL of the paper must be corrected to receive credit!
I will tell you how I want that particular paper corrected.
All corrections MUST be done in tutorials.
You can get the paper from me. I keep almost all of your work.
70 is the highest grade you will receive.
You will only have 3 days to correct the paper.
Welcome to 7th grade Science!