Information about the class
How is the class organized?
The class is not organized by chapters in the book but by concepts. There will be four units and each unit will have a number of sections. Each unit is tied to the Indiana Department of Education Learning Standards.
What do you need for class?
Would will need the following items:
Materials for Student Use
Materials for student use can be found on the table next to the door. If you use something on the table, return it to its correct location. Do not take any item from Mr. Weir's desk.
All assignments are due by the start of the period indicated by Mr. Weir. The assignment should either placed in the basket by the door or emailed to Mr. Weir at firstname.lastname@example.org. NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
If you are absent, on a field trip, or will miss class for any reason, the assignments are still due and can be emailed to Mr. Weir. Due dates that are missed due to prolonged absences of more than two class meetings should be discussed with Mr. Weir promptly upon your return to school.
For field trips, medical appointments, and other events that cause the student to miss part of a day
For one day absences
For two or more day absences
If you miss a test
Specific Class Rules
First Offense - verbal warning
Mr. Weir reserves the right to amend, suspend, or abrogate any rule for offenses that are above and beyond the behavior expected of senior high school student.
Cheating is unacceptable and will result in the penalties listed above and a 0 on an assignment or WF for the class. Examples of cheating include:
Cell phones are to be turned off, put away, and not brought out, used, or even seen while you are in the classroom.
You are to be in the classroom when the bell rings. If you are late, report to the Tardy Room (Dean's Office). If you are driving from MCIT then you must be in the classroom when the students from the MCIT but arrive at the classroom.
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