Contacting Me/Us Email firstname.lastname@example.org@centergrove.k12.in.us Voicemail-not quick to respond Team time M, T, Th, F from 1:55-2:40 No team meetings on Wednesdays
Things to Bring EVERY DAY Pencil Math notebook Loose leaf paper Dry erase marker Math book
Math Homework Policy Expect HW 3 nights per week. None Fridays Missing homework = name in “book” and a zero in the gradebook Turn HW in next day with no grade penalty Turn in 2 or more days late = loss of 10% Missing HW can be turned in until the last week of a grading period No reminders will be given--RESPONSIBLE
Grading Procedures HW = 30% Tests = 70% All HW can be redone until you get 100% Tests can be redone ONCE for ½ credit Late work still loses 10% Papers with % grade on them are in gradebook Papers with # wrong are not in gradebook
Topics We Will Cover Operations with decimals and fractions Percents Integers Ratios and proportions Evaluating expressions Solving one-step equations Graphing and analysis Geometry-2D and 3D figures Measurement-U.S and metric systems Conversions
Topics We Will Cover-Honors Some review-EL Operations with integers Rational numbers Solving basic and multistep equations Solving inequalities Ratios, proportions, percents Scale drawings/models Calculating interest Mult/div. monomials Pythagorean Theorem Angle relationships Area, volume, and surface area Graphs and statistics Probability
Getting HELP Mr. Q’s website for notes/videos Rose Hulman HW Helpline Khan Academy website Extra credit
Honors Grade Expectations Students enrolled in Honors classes are expected to maintain grades of 73% (C) or better throughout their enrollment in the classes. If a student receives a 70-72% (C-) or lower at the end of the first, second, or fourth nine weeks grading period, he/she will be moved down a course level at the start of the following grading period. If a student receives a 70-72% (C-) or lower at the end of the third nine weeks grading period, he/she will remain in the class through the school year, but moved down a course level at the start of the next school year.
Things to Remember Don’t be a helicopter parent. You can’t come to their rescue forever. Teachers have no reason to lie about what happens in school. Be patient. We are here for your children. Contact us with any questions.