• Orange High School 

    Course Outline/Syllabus 

    2019-2020 

     

     

    Instructor: Farah Benton                                                          Planning Period: 

    Email: bentonfa@orange.k12.nj.us                                         Classroom: 

    Phone: 973-677-4050                                                              Principal: Mr. Belton 

     

    Parents are encouraged to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. You can reach me by email or may leave a message with the school secretary. I will do my best to return emails and/ or phone calls within 24 hours. 

    Course Description: 

    English III 

     The intent of this course is to provide a foundation for students to develop skills within four key strands of English: listening and speaking, reading, writing, and viewing and representing. 

    This is a required course and you must achieve a passing grade before you will be allowed to graduate from Orange High School. 

    Course Objectives: 

    • Master anchor power standards 
    • Closely read complex texts 
    • Annotate texts to support comprehension and analysis 
    • Engage in productive evidence-based conversations about text 
    • Use rubrics for self-assessment and peer review of writing    
    • Generate and respond to questions in scholarly discourse 
    • Independently preview text in preparation for supported analysis 
    • Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically 
    • Incorporate domain specific vocabulary in written and verbal responses 

     

    Textbook: 

    Required Supplies: 

    Computer/Smart Board Knowledge 

    5 subject binder*****White college lined paper***** 

     blue and black pens only (no colorful pens) 

    Sharpened pencils (no pencil sharpener allowed) 

    Highlighters post it reading flags. Two folders Reading/Writing 

    Note: Students must come to class on time and prepared with required reading and notes every day. 

    Note: Parents/Guardians & Administrators will have the right to look at the students' notebooks at any time. 

     

    Grading Policy: 

    Grades will be posted once a week and will be based on the completion and performance of all class assignments, test, quizzes, participation, homework, and projects. 

    • Authentic Assessment 25% 
    • Classwork 20% 
    • Quizzes 20% 
    • Tests 25% 
    • Homework 10% 

    Total: 100% 

     

    Homework: 

    Received Daily 

     

    Projects: 

    Culminative projects will be assigned quarterly. 

    Test: 

    Advanced announcement 

    Make-up Policy: 

    Missing assignments- it is the responsibility of the student to see the teacher (immediately) for all missed work. Students will not be able to make up any missed work that is 1 week  

     

    Classroom Rules 

    Will be created inclusively and sent home to parents /guardians for signature. 

     

    Academic Dishonesty Policy: 

    Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated (at all) If cheating is suspected, students will receive a zero for the assignment given and disciplinary action will be taken. 

    Requirements to receive credit: 

    Students must demonstrate proficiency in the course material along with being compliant in attendance.  

    Tardiness will affect final grades.  

     

    Note to Parents/Guardians 

    You may track your child’s academic progress through the Genesis Parent/Student Portal. If you do not have access to this portal, please contact the guidance office.  

     

     

    Orange High School 

    Course Outline/Syllabus 

    2019-2020 

     

     

    Instructor: Farah Benton                                                          Planning Period: 

    Email: bentonfa@orange.k12.nj.us                                         Classroom: 

    Phone: 973-677-4050                                                              Principal: Mr. Belton 

     

    Parents are encouraged to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. You can reach me by email or may leave a message with the school secretary. I will do my best to return emails and/ or phone calls within 24 hours. 

    Course Description: 

    English III 

     The intent of this course is to provide a foundation for students to develop skills within four key strands of English: listening and speaking, reading, writing, and viewing and representing. 

    This is a required course and you must achieve a passing grade before you will be allowed to graduate from Orange High School. 

    Course Objectives: 

    • Master anchor power standards 
    • Closely read complex texts 
    • Annotate texts to support comprehension and analysis 
    • Engage in productive evidence-based conversations about text 
    • Use rubrics for self-assessment and peer review of writing    
    • Generate and respond to questions in scholarly discourse 
    • Independently preview text in preparation for supported analysis 
    • Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically 
    • Incorporate domain specific vocabulary in written and verbal responses 

     

    Textbook: 

    Required Supplies: 

    Computer/Smart Board Knowledge 

    5 subject binder*****White college lined paper***** 

     blue and black pens only (no colorful pens) 

    Sharpened pencils (no pencil sharpener allowed) 

    Highlighters post it reading flags. Two folders Reading/Writing 

    Note: Students must come to class on time and prepared with required reading and notes every day. 

    Note: Parents/Guardians & Administrators will have the right to look at the students' notebooks at any time. 

     

    Grading Policy: 

    Grades will be posted once a week and will be based on the completion and performance of all class assignments, test, quizzes, participation, homework, and projects. 

    • Authentic Assessment 25% 
    • Classwork 20% 
    • Quizzes 20% 
    • Tests 25% 
    • Homework 10% 

    Total: 100% 

     

    Homework: 

    Received Daily 

     

    Projects: 

    Culminative projects will be assigned quarterly. 

    Test: 

    Advanced announcement 

    Make-up Policy: 

    Missing assignments- it is the responsibility of the student to see the teacher (immediately) for all missed work. Students will not be able to make up any missed work that is 1 week  

     

    Classroom Rules 

    Will be created inclusively and sent home to parents /guardians for signature. 

     

    Academic Dishonesty Policy: 

    Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated (at all) If cheating is suspected, students will receive a zero for the assignment given and disciplinary action will be taken. 

    Requirements to receive credit: 

    Students must demonstrate proficiency in the course material along with being compliant in attendance.  

    Tardiness will affect final grades.  

     

    Note to Parents/Guardians 

    You may track your child’s academic progress through the Genesis Parent/Student Portal. If you do not have access to this portal, please contact the guidance office.  

     

     

    Orange High School 

    Course Outline/Syllabus 

    2019-2020 

     

     

    Instructor: Farah Benton                                                          Planning Period: 

    Email: bentonfa@orange.k12.nj.us                                         Classroom: 

    Phone: 973-677-4050                                                              Principal: Mr. Belton 

     

    Parents are encouraged to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. You can reach me by email or may leave a message with the school secretary. I will do my best to return emails and/ or phone calls within 24 hours. 

    Course Description: 

    English III 

     The intent of this course is to provide a foundation for students to develop skills within four key strands of English: listening and speaking, reading, writing, and viewing and representing. 

    This is a required course and you must achieve a passing grade before you will be allowed to graduate from Orange High School. 

    Course Objectives: 

    • Master anchor power standards 
    • Closely read complex texts 
    • Annotate texts to support comprehension and analysis 
    • Engage in productive evidence-based conversations about text 
    • Use rubrics for self-assessment and peer review of writing    
    • Generate and respond to questions in scholarly discourse 
    • Independently preview text in preparation for supported analysis 
    • Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically 
    • Incorporate domain specific vocabulary in written and verbal responses 

     

    Textbook: 

    Required Supplies: 

    Computer/Smart Board Knowledge 

    5 subject binder*****White college lined paper***** 

     blue and black pens only (no colorful pens) 

    Sharpened pencils (no pencil sharpener allowed) 

    Highlighters post it reading flags. Two folders Reading/Writing 

    Note: Students must come to class on time and prepared with required reading and notes every day. 

    Note: Parents/Guardians & Administrators will have the right to look at the students' notebooks at any time. 

     

    Grading Policy: 

    Grades will be posted once a week and will be based on the completion and performance of all class assignments, test, quizzes, participation, homework, and projects. 

    • Authentic Assessment 25% 
    • Classwork 20% 
    • Quizzes 20% 
    • Tests 25% 
    • Homework 10% 

    Total: 100% 

     

    Homework: 

    Received Daily 

     

    Projects: 

    Culminative projects will be assigned quarterly. 

    Test: 

    Advanced announcement 

    Make-up Policy: 

    Missing assignments- it is the responsibility of the student to see the teacher (immediately) for all missed work. Students will not be able to make up any missed work that is 1 week  

     

    Classroom Rules 

    Will be created inclusively and sent home to parents /guardians for signature. 

     

    Academic Dishonesty Policy: 

    Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated (at all) If cheating is suspected, students will receive a zero for the assignment given and disciplinary action will be taken. 

    Requirements to receive credit: 

    Students must demonstrate proficiency in the course material along with being compliant in attendance.  

    Tardiness will affect final grades.  

     

    Note to Parents/Guardians 

    You may track your child’s academic progress through the Genesis Parent/Student Portal. If you do not have access to this portal, please contact the guidance office.  

     

     

    Orange High School 

    Course Outline/Syllabus 

    2019-2020 

     

     

    Instructor: Farah Benton                                                          Planning Period: 

    Email: bentonfa@orange.k12.nj.us                                         Classroom: 

    Phone: 973-677-4050                                                              Principal: Mr. Belton 

     

    Parents are encouraged to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. You can reach me by email or may leave a message with the school secretary. I will do my best to return emails and/ or phone calls within 24 hours. 

    Course Description: 

    English III 

     The intent of this course is to provide a foundation for students to develop skills within four key strands of English: listening and speaking, reading, writing, and viewing and representing. 

    This is a required course and you must achieve a passing grade before you will be allowed to graduate from Orange High School. 

    Course Objectives: 

    • Master anchor power standards 
    • Closely read complex texts 
    • Annotate texts to support comprehension and analysis 
    • Engage in productive evidence-based conversations about text 
    • Use rubrics for self-assessment and peer review of writing    
    • Generate and respond to questions in scholarly discourse 
    • Independently preview text in preparation for supported analysis 
    • Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically 
    • Incorporate domain specific vocabulary in written and verbal responses 

     

    Textbook: 

    Required Supplies: 

    Computer/Smart Board Knowledge 

    5 subject binder*****White college lined paper***** 

     blue and black pens only (no colorful pens) 

    Sharpened pencils (no pencil sharpener allowed) 

    Highlighters post it reading flags. Two folders Reading/Writing 

    Note: Students must come to class on time and prepared with required reading and notes every day. 

    Note: Parents/Guardians & Administrators will have the right to look at the students' notebooks at any time. 

     

    Grading Policy: 

    Grades will be posted once a week and will be based on the completion and performance of all class assignments, test, quizzes, participation, homework, and projects. 

    • Authentic Assessment 25% 
    • Classwork 20% 
    • Quizzes 20% 
    • Tests 25% 
    • Homework 10% 

    Total: 100% 

     

    Homework: 

    Received Daily 

     

    Projects: 

    Culminative projects will be assigned quarterly. 

    Test: 

    Advanced announcement 

    Make-up Policy: 

    Missing assignments- it is the responsibility of the student to see the teacher (immediately) for all missed work. Students will not be able to make up any missed work that is 1 week  

     

    Classroom Rules 

    Will be created inclusively and sent home to parents /guardians for signature. 

     

    Academic Dishonesty Policy: 

    Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated (at all) If cheating is suspected, students will receive a zero for the assignment given and disciplinary action will be taken. 

    Requirements to receive credit: 

    Students must demonstrate proficiency in the course material along with being compliant in attendance.  

    Tardiness will affect final grades.  

     

    Note to Parents/Guardians 

    You may track your child’s academic progress through the Genesis Parent/Student Portal. If you do not have access to this portal, please contact the guidance office.  

     

     

    Orange High School 

    Course Outline/Syllabus 

    2019-2020 

     

     

    Instructor: Farah Benton                                                          Planning Period: 

    Email: bentonfa@orange.k12.nj.us                                         Classroom: 

    Phone: 973-677-4050                                                              Principal: Mr. Belton 

     

    Parents are encouraged to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. You can reach me by email or may leave a message with the school secretary. I will do my best to return emails and/ or phone calls within 24 hours. 

    Course Description: 

    English III 

     The intent of this course is to provide a foundation for students to develop skills within four key strands of English: listening and speaking, reading, writing, and viewing and representing. 

    This is a required course and you must achieve a passing grade before you will be allowed to graduate from Orange High School. 

    Course Objectives: 

    • Master anchor power standards 
    • Closely read complex texts 
    • Annotate texts to support comprehension and analysis 
    • Engage in productive evidence-based conversations about text 
    • Use rubrics for self-assessment and peer review of writing    
    • Generate and respond to questions in scholarly discourse 
    • Independently preview text in preparation for supported analysis 
    • Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically 
    • Incorporate domain specific vocabulary in written and verbal responses 

     

    Textbook: 

    Required Supplies: 

    Computer/Smart Board Knowledge 

    5 subject binder*****White college lined paper***** 

     blue and black pens only (no colorful pens) 

    Sharpened pencils (no pencil sharpener allowed) 

    Highlighters post it reading flags. Two folders Reading/Writing 

    Note: Students must come to class on time and prepared with required reading and notes every day. 

    Note: Parents/Guardians & Administrators will have the right to look at the students' notebooks at any time. 

     

    Grading Policy: 

    Grades will be posted once a week and will be based on the completion and performance of all class assignments, test, quizzes, participation, homework, and projects. 

    • Authentic Assessment 25% 
    • Classwork 20% 
    • Quizzes 20% 
    • Tests 25% 
    • Homework 10% 

    Total: 100% 

     

    Homework: 

    Received Daily 

     

    Projects: 

    Culminative projects will be assigned quarterly. 

    Test: 

    Advanced announcement 

    Make-up Policy: 

    Missing assignments- it is the responsibility of the student to see the teacher (immediately) for all missed work. Students will not be able to make up any missed work that is 1 week  

     

    Classroom Rules 

    Will be created inclusively and sent home to parents /guardians for signature. 

     

    Academic Dishonesty Policy: 

    Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated (at all) If cheating is suspected, students will receive a zero for the assignment given and disciplinary action will be taken. 

    Requirements to receive credit: 

    Students must demonstrate proficiency in the course material along with being compliant in attendance.  

    Tardiness will affect final grades.  

     

    Note to Parents/Guardians 

    You may track your child’s academic progress through the Genesis Parent/Student Portal. If you do not have access to this portal, please contact the guidance office.  

     

     

    Orange High School 

    Course Outline/Syllabus 

    2019-2020 

     

     

    Instructor: Farah Benton                                                          Planning Period: 

    Email: bentonfa@orange.k12.nj.us                                         Classroom: 

    Phone: 973-677-4050                                                              Principal: Mr. Belton 

     

    Parents are encouraged to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. You can reach me by email or may leave a message with the school secretary. I will do my best to return emails and/ or phone calls within 24 hours. 

    Course Description: 

    English III 

     The intent of this course is to provide a foundation for students to develop skills within four key strands of English: listening and speaking, reading, writing, and viewing and representing. 

    This is a required course and you must achieve a passing grade before you will be allowed to graduate from Orange High School. 

    Course Objectives: 

    • Master anchor power standards 
    • Closely read complex texts 
    • Annotate texts to support comprehension and analysis 
    • Engage in productive evidence-based conversations about text 
    • Use rubrics for self-assessment and peer review of writing    
    • Generate and respond to questions in scholarly discourse 
    • Independently preview text in preparation for supported analysis 
    • Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically 
    • Incorporate domain specific vocabulary in written and verbal responses 

     

    Textbook: 

    Required Supplies: 

    Computer/Smart Board Knowledge 

    5 subject binder*****White college lined paper***** 

     blue and black pens only (no colorful pens) 

    Sharpened pencils (no pencil sharpener allowed) 

    Highlighters post it reading flags. Two folders Reading/Writing 

    Note: Students must come to class on time and prepared with required reading and notes every day. 

    Note: Parents/Guardians & Administrators will have the right to look at the students' notebooks at any time. 

     

    Grading Policy: 

    Grades will be posted once a week and will be based on the completion and performance of all class assignments, test, quizzes, participation, homework, and projects. 

    • Authentic Assessment 25% 
    • Classwork 20% 
    • Quizzes 20% 
    • Tests 25% 
    • Homework 10% 

    Total: 100% 

     

    Homework: 

    Received Daily 

     

    Projects: 

    Culminative projects will be assigned quarterly. 

    Test: 

    Advanced announcement 

    Make-up Policy: 

    Missing assignments- it is the responsibility of the student to see the teacher (immediately) for all missed work. Students will not be able to make up any missed work that is 1 week  

     

    Classroom Rules 

    Will be created inclusively and sent home to parents /guardians for signature. 

     

    Academic Dishonesty Policy: 

    Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated (at all) If cheating is suspected, students will receive a zero for the assignment given and disciplinary action will be taken. 

    Requirements to receive credit: 

    Students must demonstrate proficiency in the course material along with being compliant in attendance.  

    Tardiness will affect final grades.  

     

    Note to Parents/Guardians 

    You may track your child’s academic progress through the Genesis Parent/Student Portal. If you do not have access to this portal, please contact the guidance office.  

     

     

    Orange High School 

    Course Outline/Syllabus 

    2019-2020 

     

     

    Instructor: Farah Benton                                                          Planning Period: 

    Email: bentonfa@orange.k12.nj.us                                         Classroom: 

    Phone: 973-677-4050                                                              Principal: Mr. Belton 

     

    Parents are encouraged to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. You can reach me by email or may leave a message with the school secretary. I will do my best to return emails and/ or phone calls within 24 hours. 

    Course Description: 

    English III 

     The intent of this course is to provide a foundation for students to develop skills within four key strands of English: listening and speaking, reading, writing, and viewing and representing. 

    This is a required course and you must achieve a passing grade before you will be allowed to graduate from Orange High School. 

    Course Objectives: 

    • Master anchor power standards 
    • Closely read complex texts 
    • Annotate texts to support comprehension and analysis 
    • Engage in productive evidence-based conversations about text 
    • Use rubrics for self-assessment and peer review of writing    
    • Generate and respond to questions in scholarly discourse 
    • Independently preview text in preparation for supported analysis 
    • Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically 
    • Incorporate domain specific vocabulary in written and verbal responses 

     

    Textbook: 

    Required Supplies: 

    Computer/Smart Board Knowledge 

    5 subject binder*****White college lined paper***** 

     blue and black pens only (no colorful pens) 

    Sharpened pencils (no pencil sharpener allowed) 

    Highlighters post it reading flags. Two folders Reading/Writing 

    Note: Students must come to class on time and prepared with required reading and notes every day. 

    Note: Parents/Guardians & Administrators will have the right to look at the students' notebooks at any time. 

     

    Grading Policy: 

    Grades will be posted once a week and will be based on the completion and performance of all class assignments, test, quizzes, participation, homework, and projects. 

    • Authentic Assessment 25% 
    • Classwork 20% 
    • Quizzes 20% 
    • Tests 25% 
    • Homework 10% 

    Total: 100% 

     

    Homework: 

    Received Daily 

     

    Projects: 

    Culminative projects will be assigned quarterly. 

    Test: 

    Advanced announcement 

    Make-up Policy: 

    Missing assignments- it is the responsibility of the student to see the teacher (immediately) for all missed work. Students will not be able to make up any missed work that is 1 week  

     

    Classroom Rules 

    Will be created inclusively and sent home to parents /guardians for signature. 

     

    Academic Dishonesty Policy: 

    Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated (at all) If cheating is suspected, students will receive a zero for the assignment given and disciplinary action will be taken. 

    Requirements to receive credit: 

    Students must demonstrate proficiency in the course material along with being compliant in attendance.  

    Tardiness will affect final grades.  

     

    Note to Parents/Guardians 

    You may track your child’s academic progress through the Genesis Parent/Student Portal. If you do not have access to this portal, please contact the guidance office.  

     

     

    Orange High School 

    Course Outline/Syllabus 

    2019-2020 

     

     

    Instructor: Farah Benton                                                          Planning Period: 

    Email: bentonfa@orange.k12.nj.us                                         Classroom: 

    Phone: 973-677-4050                                                              Principal: Mr. Belton 

     

    Parents are encouraged to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. You can reach me by email or may leave a message with the school secretary. I will do my best to return emails and/ or phone calls within 24 hours. 

    Course Description: 

    English III 

     The intent of this course is to provide a foundation for students to develop skills within four key strands of English: listening and speaking, reading, writing, and viewing and representing. 

    This is a required course and you must achieve a passing grade before you will be allowed to graduate from Orange High School. 

    Course Objectives: 

    • Master anchor power standards 
    • Closely read complex texts 
    • Annotate texts to support comprehension and analysis 
    • Engage in productive evidence-based conversations about text 
    • Use rubrics for self-assessment and peer review of writing    
    • Generate and respond to questions in scholarly discourse 
    • Independently preview text in preparation for supported analysis 
    • Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically 
    • Incorporate domain specific vocabulary in written and verbal responses 

     

    Textbook: 

    Required Supplies: 

    Computer/Smart Board Knowledge 

    5 subject binder*****White college lined paper***** 

     blue and black pens only (no colorful pens) 

    Sharpened pencils (no pencil sharpener allowed) 

    Highlighters post it reading flags. Two folders Reading/Writing 

    Note: Students must come to class on time and prepared with required reading and notes every day. 

    Note: Parents/Guardians & Administrators will have the right to look at the students' notebooks at any time. 

     

    Grading Policy: 

    Grades will be posted once a week and will be based on the completion and performance of all class assignments, test, quizzes, participation, homework, and projects. 

    • Authentic Assessment 25% 
    • Classwork 20% 
    • Quizzes 20% 
    • Tests 25% 
    • Homework 10% 

    Total: 100% 

     

    Homework: 

    Received Daily 

     

    Projects: 

    Culminative projects will be assigned quarterly. 

    Test: 

    Advanced announcement 

    Make-up Policy: 

    Missing assignments- it is the responsibility of the student to see the teacher (immediately) for all missed work. Students will not be able to make up any missed work that is 1 week  

     

    Classroom Rules 

    Will be created inclusively and sent home to parents /guardians for signature. 

     

    Academic Dishonesty Policy: 

    Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated (at all) If cheating is suspected, students will receive a zero for the assignment given and disciplinary action will be taken. 

    Requirements to receive credit: 

    Students must demonstrate proficiency in the course material along with being compliant in attendance.  

    Tardiness will affect final grades.  

     

    Note to Parents/Guardians 

    You may track your child’s academic progress through the Genesis Parent/Student Portal. If you do not have access to this portal, please contact the guidance office.  

     

     

    Orange High School 

    Course Outline/Syllabus 

    2019-2020 

     

     

    Instructor: Farah Benton                                                          Planning Period: 

    Email: bentonfa@orange.k12.nj.us                                         Classroom: 

    Phone: 973-677-4050                                                              Principal: Mr. Belton 

     

    Parents are encouraged to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. You can reach me by email or may leave a message with the school secretary. I will do my best to return emails and/ or phone calls within 24 hours. 

    Course Description: 

    English III 

     The intent of this course is to provide a foundation for students to develop skills within four key strands of English: listening and speaking, reading, writing, and viewing and representing. 

    This is a required course and you must achieve a passing grade before you will be allowed to graduate from Orange High School. 

    Course Objectives: 

    • Master anchor power standards 
    • Closely read complex texts 
    • Annotate texts to support comprehension and analysis 
    • Engage in productive evidence-based conversations about text 
    • Use rubrics for self-assessment and peer review of writing    
    • Generate and respond to questions in scholarly discourse 
    • Independently preview text in preparation for supported analysis 
    • Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically 
    • Incorporate domain specific vocabulary in written and verbal responses 

     

    Textbook: 

    Required Supplies: 

    Computer/Smart Board Knowledge 

    5 subject binder*****White college lined paper***** 

     blue and black pens only (no colorful pens) 

    Sharpened pencils (no pencil sharpener allowed) 

    Highlighters post it reading flags. Two folders Reading/Writing 

    Note: Students must come to class on time and prepared with required reading and notes every day. 

    Note: Parents/Guardians & Administrators will have the right to look at the students' notebooks at any time. 

     

    Grading Policy: 

    Grades will be posted once a week and will be based on the completion and performance of all class assignments, test, quizzes, participation, homework, and projects. 

    • Authentic Assessment 25% 
    • Classwork 20% 
    • Quizzes 20% 
    • Tests 25% 
    • Homework 10% 

    Total: 100% 

     

    Homework: 

    Received Daily 

     

    Projects: 

    Culminative projects will be assigned quarterly. 

    Test: 

    Advanced announcement 

    Make-up Policy: 

    Missing assignments- it is the responsibility of the student to see the teacher (immediately) for all missed work. Students will not be able to make up any missed work that is 1 week  

     

    Classroom Rules 

    Will be created inclusively and sent home to parents /guardians for signature. 

     

    Academic Dishonesty Policy: 

    Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated (at all) If cheating is suspected, students will receive a zero for the assignment given and disciplinary action will be taken. 

    Requirements to receive credit: 

    Students must demonstrate proficiency in the course material along with being compliant in attendance.  

    Tardiness will affect final grades.  

     

    Note to Parents/Guardians 

    You may track your child’s academic progress through the Genesis Parent/Student Portal. If you do not have access to this portal, please contact the guidance office.