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1 Classroom Expectations Computer Applications I Computer Applications II (Dual Credit) Multimedia Arts Personal Finance Mrs. Ross

2 My Education This is my 24 th year in Education BSE (1988)  Bachelor of Science in Business Education  Missouri State University MSE (1998)  Master of Science in Business Education  Arkansas State University

3 Class Supplies/Materials Student  Paper/notebook and folder  Pen/pencil  Flash drive School  Computer with Windows 8.1  Microsoft Office 2013  Printer/Camera/Video Camera, etc.  Textbook  Headset with microphone

4 Classroom Rules All rules included in the parent/student handbook will be followed. Take care of all equipment. Come to class with a POSITIVE attitude!! Come to class prepared and ready to learn. Be respectful to others. Be responsible.

5 Phones and/MP3 Players No cell phones and/or MP3 players may be used during class without permission! Please keep these devices put away and out of sight to avoid distractions! See the policy in the student handbook if needed.

6 Food/Drink Policy Food and drinks are not allowed in the computer lab. (This includes protein drinks and water bottles.) If you have them with you, keep them in your backpack. If you need a drink, there is a water fountain in this building.

7 Daily Procedures Log On  Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete  User name: CC8  Password: (Leave Blank)  Click right arrow or press enter Or…  Log On to access your drive for saving work Check the board for instructions!! Log Off  At the end of the hour--NOT 5 minutes early!!

8 Daily Procedures If you are finished with your work and do not have any missing assignments, you may use the last 5 minutes of class to:  Check your grades in Lumen  Check out links from my website  Check the weather  Or read sports or other news Just before the bell you may log out.

9 Miscellaneous Please do NOT make changes to your computer or any computer settings including the background display. Hall Pass (Fill out the form--include time you leave and time you return to class.) Textbook/equipment can be checked out for use at home if needed and if available. –Sign Textbook/Equipment Checkout Form –Check with me when you return items so that I can inspect them and record the return date.

10 Tardies Students are considered tardy if they are not in the classroom when the tardy bell rings. Teachers will close their doors when the bell rings for class to begin. To gain access to class students must have  a pass to class from another teacher, or  a tardy pass issued from the upstairs office.

11 Attendance Defined as…More than 15 minutes missed from any 45-minute class. 95% attendance  No more than 10 days per year Excused/Unexcused absences  No student with an unexcused absence will be allowed to make-up work for credit.

12 Attendance Incentives  If you miss 0 days in a semester, you will earn an automatic 2% increase in your grade.  If you miss 1 or 2 days in a semester, you will earn an automatic 1% increase in your grade.  Semester Test Exemption Policy (Form) 0 days and 88% 1 or 2 days and 93%

13 Class Assignments If an assignment is not completed during class it will become homework and is due the following day. If an assignment is not completed during class and requires a computer, it may be completed  Before school  During RTI  After school. You will be given 2 days to complete any computer assignment(s).

14 Grading Grades are based on the accumulation of points. Points are based on:  Class participation (effort)  Completion of assignments (daily work)  Major projects, exams, and self-reflection Grades are posted online and you may use your Lumen Login to check them at the end of class if you have all assignments completed. Grading Scale % = A 82-92% = B 70-81% = C 60-69% = D Below 60% = F

15 Missing Assignments and Make-up Work If you miss class, it is your responsibility to find out what you missed and make up the assignment(s). You will have 2 days to make-up work for an excused absence or school activity.

16 Cheating Policy Students involved in cheating-both the student willfully sharing the information and the student obtaining the information will receive a ZERO GRADE for that assignment. The parent/guardian may be contacted. An office referral may be made.

17 Emergency Procedures Fire – 3 short rings Tornado – 1 long ring Earthquake – 2 short rings, 1 long ring Emergency Alert Plan (Lockdown Procedures) Emergency Procedures and evacuation map are posted by the door!

18 Remember… Please be in your seat when the bell rings. Food and drinks are not allowed in the computer lab. (This includes protein drinks and water bottles.) Cell phones and/or MP3 players are not to be used in this room unless you have permission.


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