NON-HOMEROOM CLASSES MATH (Mr. Flores) SCIENCE (Mrs. Payne) ART (Mrs. Hartley) MUSIC (Mr. Jorgenson) SPANISH (Mrs. Karll) PE (Mr. Sifferman)
Language Arts/Literature/Social Studies D.E.A.R. At Home Reading Book Reports (November 8, February 14, and May 2) (See handout) Novel Study (Kids at Work; The Giver; The Ear, the Eye, and the Arm; Chains) Textbook Study Geography Study of Ancient Civilizations Grammar Spelling and Vocabulary Integration of Computers in LA/LIT/S.S. Autobiography
HOMEWORK Students should expect approximately 60-90 minutes of homework. Late work policy Homework is posted on the St. C Website Homework Tutorial (during lunch recess) Study Hall (with Ms. Horrigan) after school on Tuesday and Thursday) Planner (monthly calendar and weekly calendar)
Behavioral Expectations Discipline Placemat Uniform (Full uniform on Mass days) Consequences (verbal warning, written warning, detention) Rewards!
ABSENCES The student will talk to the teacher about missed assignments. If a student is absent due to a vacation, the student will need to meet with the necessary teachers after they return from the vacation. The student will have one day for every day missed to turn in an assignment. Tests/Quizzes can be made up before or after school.
Parent Help Auction project Class parties (Halloween, Christmas, Valentines Day, End of the Year) Field trips WA State Corn Maze- October 4 th (8:40-12) Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center (TBA) Camp Seymour-March 24,25,26
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