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Be On Time You should be: Seated when the bell rings. Quiet Working diligently Well begun is half done!
Be Prepared You should have: Text books Work books Paper & Pencil/Pen Homework Good Attitude determines altitude!
Be Respectful Show respect for: Your teacher Other students The facilities Yourself “Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.”
Care for Property Be careful as you handle: Calculators Books Desks Other school property. Treat the property of others better than your own.
Homework All homework should be: Complete Available for grading Entirely your work Legible Orderly Take pride in your work!
Classroom Behavior Do’s: Be silent Be still Be attentive Be courteous. Be kind. At all times.
Classroom Behavior Don’ts: Talk unless called upon Leave your seat unless granted permission. Call out answers or requests. Tattle on others. “Even a fool is considered wise, when he is quiet.”
Standards To Live By: Truth Trust Active Listening No Put Downs Do your personal best.
Do Your Best; Let God Do The Rest!
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