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Mr. Keelen's Classroom
Transcript of Mr. Keelen's Classroom
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Come to class each day ready to work and learn.
1) Be Respectful
2) Be Responsible
3) Be Prepared
Follow instructions the First Time Given.
Class begins when you enter the room.
Quietly enter the room
Take your assigned calculator
Go immediately to your assigned seat, and place all items in your desk basket.
Do not leave books and supplies on the floor.
Retrieve your assigned book from the designated location in the room.
Begin do now immediately
TAKING A TEST
Eyes on your own paper.
When finished, turn the test and scantron or essay over
placing the papers on the right top corner of your desk.
The test will be collected as soon as everyone has finished
Begin assigned work immediately.
Multiple divider pages labeled as follows:
Chapter 1-12 (each chapter has its own page), Handouts, Homework Assigned/Due
Wide-ruled, loose-leaf notebook paper (preferably hole punched)
4 Color Ink pen and pencil at all times
Dry Erase Marker
Highlighter and Post-it notes
What we expect from students:
COMPLETING DAILY WORK
Use the given format for all assignments. Include your name, date, course, assignment, and class number on the top line of your paper
Make-up work will be completed according to the policy in your handbook.
Every two weeks you will receive a progress report. All work is due by the next Tuesday and if not turned in will stay a zero.
Getting progress reports signed counts as a homework grade
Make-up work assignments will be posted on the class Wiki
and can be accessed online at home or on the class
Make-up work is YOUR responsibility!
Please sharpen pencils before the tardy bell
THROWING AWAY TRASH
Leave the trash on your desk or in the bin. Either I will pick it up and throw it away or throw it away as you exit the room. Do not get up from your seat to dispose of trash during class.
Report all computer problems immediately.
When I am going over a problem or explaining an answer, all screens must be closed or turned to the inside of the class.
GETTING MY HELP
I am available during Open. See me for a pass. I do run multiple clubs. There may be days unavailable.
Graduated from Keansburg High School. Class of 2006!
This is my ninth year at Keyport and as most of you know, I am very active with our extra-curricular activities and when I was in high school it was no different!
I went on to Kean University, where I played Division 3 football from Fall of 2006 till Fall of 2010. For 2 of the 5 years I was out from a knee injury and had my knee replaced in fall of 2009.
While at Kean I was part of the Student Government (Treasurer) and the Math Club. I was also a Resident Assistant and enjoyed my time there.
I then moved on and graduated with Masters in Administration from the University of Phoenix.
Besides being a teacher here at Keyport, I am also:
* Head Baseball Coach
* Class of 2020 Advisor
* Student Council Advisor
I also enjoy the finer things in life. I've been to New Orleans, Austin-Texas, Cincinnati-Ohio, San Diego-California, Bahmans, Punta Cana, St. Lucia, Cancun, Jamaica, Rome, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, and Costa Rica. I went zip lining, scuba diving, and sky diving while at some of the locations.
My wife is a teacher and coach at Keansburg so beating them in each sport is extra rewarding :)
I have drank the Keyport KoolAid and hope every single one of you can trust me into leading you all to greatness.
IN THIS CLASSROOM ALL I ASK IS FOR YOU TO GIVE ME YOUR VERY BEST!!!! EACH AND EVERY DAY.
I am looking forward to an exciting year with all of you.
Mr. Keelen's Classroom
Marking period grades are based upon an average of the grades that a student has earned in each of the following areas:
1. Homework, class work, class participation, ect. (10%)
2. Announced and Unannounced Quizzes (40%)
3. Tests, notebook checks, major writing, essays, projects, presentations, ect. (50%)
Some grades may be weighted more heavily (Example: TESTS, PROJECTS)
Let us TEACH
Let others LEARN
Walk straight to the clip board “late clip” and scan in.
If you have a pass, leave it in clip.
After scanning in, immediately take your seat.
DO NOT INTERRUPT CLASS!
3 Lates = 1 Absent from class
10 Absents is an attendance failure
1st offense: 10 minute detention
2nd offense: 20 minute detention and a phone call
3rd offense: a referral is given to the VP
All offenses reset at the start of new marking periods.
Need to go to the Bathroom?
Show THREE fingers.
When one of us signals you; get up quietly.
Scan out on the clip board next to the door.
Take a bathroom pass
Check where you are going (bathroom).
When you return sit down quietly.
Failure to sign in or out will result is loss of bathroom privileges
When we are absent
In the event I am ever absent, complete the assignment that is left in google classroom.
These assignments are sometimes graded as unannounced quizzes.
If I have a co-teacher, they are in charge, NOT the substitute!
The bell does not end the class.
Class ends when all calculators, pencils, and books have been stored and inventoried.
All students need to be in their assigned seats in order to be dismissed.
Students are dismissed when the teacher says,"Have a great day."
Complete all work on wide ruled,
loose-leaf notebook paper. All work
should be completed neatly.
No late work accepted!
TURNING IN PAPERS
Pass papers across the row to your left.
Little about Me....
A little about Mrs. McGrogan
I grew up in Hazlet and attended Raritan High School.
I played tennis, basketball, and softball there. I was also a Mathlete!
I went to Ramapo College and graduated with a degree in Mathematics and a certificate of education.
I have traveled abroad to Ireland and England. In the US, I have gone to Florida and Colorado where I visited the Olympic Training Center.
I often walk my dog, Trevor, along the boardwalk in Keyport. I don't dress him up and embarrass him in public though.
My name is JeanMarie McGrogan and this is my 16th year teaching at Keyport High School. Prior to teaching here, I taught one year at North Plainfield. I graduated from the College of Saint Elizabeth with a Bachelors Degree in Mathematics and a minor in secondary education. I have teaching certificates for Mathematics, Special Education, as well as Elementary Education
If you are absent, all work is in the google classroom and your responsibility to see me during OPEN to make it up. The excuse I was absent does not work in this class.
Worked at Keyport since 2004
Basketball & Baseball Coach
BORN IN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK – 9/1/81
MOVED TO NEW JERSEY IN 1995
GRADUATED FROM RARITAN HIGH SCHOOL
GRADUATED FROM BROOKDALE C.C. (ASSOCIATES DEGREE)
GRADUATED FROM KEAN UNIVERSITY (BACHELORS DEGREE)
KEYPORT HIGH SCHOOL (PERSONAL AIDE, SECURITY, AND SUBSTITUTE TEACHER)
COACHED BASKETBALL AT KEYPORT HIGH SCHOOL FOR 13 SEASONS, AND BASEBALL FOR 9
COASTAL LEARNING CENTER ( TEACHER ASSISTANT, AND GYM TEACHER)
MONMOUTH DAY CAMP (COUNSELOR)
Coaching at Keyport
MOM & DAD (JOHN & LIZ)
1 BROTHER – JOSEPH (33 YEARS OLD)
2 DOGS – BEAR & BARKLEY
MUSIC – OLDER RAP MUSIC – CLASSIC ROCK – 70’s and 80’s (JAY-Z & AC/DC)
MOVIES – HISTORY, COP, TRUE STORIES , ACTION AND COMEDY
SPORTS – YANKEES – JETS – NETS –UNC TAR HEELS
SHOPPING – CLOTHING & SNEAKERS
POOL w/ DOGS
SPORTS – BASKETBALL / GYM
1 minute to seat your selfs in ABC order from Last Name
Write down 2 interesting facts about yourself
Then write down 1 thing that is false about yourself.
Place your INITIALS on it somewhere.
When done place it on the white board underneath your class period.
Now think about what you want to get out of this class.
What will keep you from doing this?