Presentation on theme: "All About Mrs. James I am married to a wonderful man named Tom We have 2 Children Ken is 13 years old and attends Thornburg Middle School Noah."— Presentation transcript:
All About Mrs. James I am married to a wonderful man named Tom We have 2 Children Ken is 13 years old and attends Thornburg Middle School Noah is nearly 10 years old. He attends the 4 rd grade at Cedar Forest. I am an animal LOVER I have to fabulous Boxer’s Gabby, a DIRTY white boxer Maddy, a fancy and clean brindle boxer I can not pick a favorite color, I love them all
More about me I love cars! I enjoy playing computer games and doing Sudoku I love problem solving activities, Math is my FAVORITE subject. I have lived in Florida, Hawaii, California, Indiana, Virginia, and North Carolina. I graduated from UNCW
Even more about me My mother is a teacher too! I could eat hot wings for every meal I love to travel and can not wait to see Europe someday I LOVE THE TAMPA BAY BUCANNERS!! I am from Florida!!
My Pledge to Students I will respect you and work with you to solve problems. I will promptly correct and offer feedback on your work. I will work with you to meet learning goals. I will offer extra help and alternative assessments should you require them. Great behavior is rewarded, compliments are rewarded double
Mrs. James’ Classroom Rules Rule # 1 Display appropriate behavior at all times
Mrs. James’ Classroom Rules Rule # 2 Be prompt and prepared (Have all materials including binder, books, agenda etc.)
Mrs. James’ Classroom Rules Rule # 3 Speak at appropriate times and follow all directions
Mrs. James’ Classroom Rules Rule # 4 Show respect to yourself, others and all property
Mrs. James’ Classroom Rules Rule # 5 Follow all School Rules
CONSEQUNCES Verbal Warning Lost of Privilege (Silent Lunch) Note In Planner Phone Call Home/ home Lunch Detention Office Referral SEVERE DISCIPLINE PROBLEMS WILL BE REFERRED TO THE PRINCIPAL IMMEDIATELY!!
The Agenda Each of you will receive an Agenda In that agenda you will keep track of all of your nightly assignments The agenda is expected to be taken home each night and signed by your guardian The agenda will be a way of communication between your guardians and teachers You will also find all of the school rules that you are expected to follow in the beginning of the agenda You must have your own agenda with you at all times while on school grounds The agenda is the only way to move from place to place within the school
Hallway Movement All students are to walk on the right side of the hallway Students must be in straight line keeping hands, feet, books and other objects to themselves There is to be NO talking in the hallway Move quickly and quietly to designated location If moving by oneself or in a small group students must have their agendas with them and singed by a teacher
Dismissal Policy Students will be dismissed by the TEACHER at the end of each period. A Bell is not a teacher, only leave a class when directed to do so.
Inclement Weather In event of bad weather listen to the local radio and TV stations If school is to dismiss early for any reason students will not be allowed to call home due to the large number of students Instructional Time No visitors will be allowed to classrooms during the school day unless they are part of a planned instructional activity
Textbooks Take care of all textbooks Students will be responsible for paying for damaged books Please cover all textbooks If lost students will be required to pay for the book When not being used all textbooks should be put kept in student’s lockers
Cheating Cheating is an academic infraction meaning it will have academic consequences The consequences will rest at the discretion of the teacher Parents will be contacted in the event of cheating