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    General Expectations:

    Students will come to class prepared (i.e. student chrome book, math notebook, and necessary supplies), and ready to learn.   

    Students must be courteous and respectful to other students and to staff.   

    Students will remain in their seats at all times unless otherwise directed by the instructor.   

    Students are expected to comply with all reasonable requests from the instructor in a timely manner and without disrupting the learning environment. 


    GRADING Categories:

    Formative Assessments through Mastery Checks and othe practice work.

    Summative District Benchmarks


    Student Progress

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    Student Goal-Setting Expectations:

    Please ask your student about their daily goals in their math class.

    You should ask them about “Charting My Journey”


    Expectations for 1:1 Technology

    Students are expected to do school work in class and not play video games, watch non-school related videos or listen to music.

    Students are expected to do all practice work in “Deltamath” , "Google Classroom" and to watch all assigned videos.

    Students are expected to bring their chrome-books charged every day to class.

    Students are expected to dress appropriately while at home and to also ensure that others in view of the camera are also dressed appropriately.


    Follow Classroom Expectations

    Be on time

    Be prepared for class

    Be considerate and respectful

    Show respect for school property and students

    Hand in assignments on time

    Wait to be dismissed

    Use an inside voice

    Actively participate in class discussions

    Stay seated during classroom activities and events

    Help each other

    Work quietly and follow directions

    Raise your hand before speaking







    1. Arrive on time.
    2. Raise your hand before speaking.
    3. Listen to others and participate in class discussions.
    4. Use the pencil sharpener during non-instructional time.
    5. Stay on task.
    6. Do your assignments.
    7. Bring materials and have them ready.
    8. Listen to directions.
    9. Cooperate with your group.
    10. Pick up after yourself.
    11. Leave other people's materials alone.
    12. Do not interrupt other students' learning.
    13. Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
    14. Keep your hands clean and take care of personal hygiene in the rest room during breaks.
    15. No vandalism. Don't write or carve on your desk or school property.
    16. Treat computers with care.
    17. Place trash in the receptacle, do not throw trash across the room.



    We would like to remind you that magic words such as “Hello”, “Please”, “You’re welcome”, “I’m sorry”, and “Thank you”, all begin to be learned AT HOME.

    It’s also AT HOME that children learn to be honest, to be on time, diligent, show friends their sympathy, as well as show utmost respect for their elder and teachers.

    HOME is also where they learn to be clean, not talk with their mouths full, and how/where to properly dispose of garbage.

    HOME is also where they learn to be organized, to take good care of their belongings, and that it’s not ok to touch others.

    HERE AT SCHOOL, on the other hand, we teach language, mathematics, history, and science. We only reinforce the education that children receive AT HOME from their parents.