Welcome to the the 6th grade. My name is Mr. Queen. I began teaching in 2007. I am married and have a daughter and son. I enjoy teaching, and I love social studies. I hope by the end of the year you will understand its importance. I will share more about myself as the year progresses.
Remind information- Text @92f37k to 81010
My email: [email protected]
Procedures: I expect all students to follow my procedures. This will ensure that every student has an opportunity to learn. Failing to do so could result in silent lunch, after school detention, or office referral.
Come in quietly and sit down.
Get out class materials and begin your warm-up without talking.
Raise your hand if you have a question or comment.
No one is to be out of their seat during instruction or without permission.
Treat others with respect.
What to do when you are finished with your assignments:
Finish homework (Any class)
Read a book
Laptops are not open unless given permission
Do not disturb others!
Folder and composition book
You will have a folder that is kept in the classroom. You will put daily work into this folder. Daily assignments and the folder are not to leave the classroom. You will need 1 composition book for Warm-Ups and class notes. You will be responsible for this notebook.
Students will have homework- Social Studies Weekly will be given every week starting the 2nd or 3rd week of school. Students will complete 2 sections a week. They will be assigned on Monday and will be due Friday. Students must score a 70 or better. I will reset the test and the student will retake it until a 70 is scored.
Any work not completed in class or make-up work from an absence is considered homework.
The grading scale is as follows: A-F
If you are absent for any reason it is your responsibility to ask for and complete assignments upon return. If you miss a test, you will take it the day after you return. (Extended absence- will determine when student returns)
Students are not allowed to:
1. Listen to music.
2. Play games during class without permission. It does not matter what website or game.
3. Play with an application during class. Example: the camera or I- Movie.
4. Search the Internet for any reason other than for an assignment or teacher’s permission.
5. Play around in general with the computer. Example: changing your
background, messaging other students through computer programs, etc.
6. School computer guidelines also apply.