It is very important that you are on time and prepared for class each day. If for some reason you are absent it will be up to you to find out what you have missed. Check Google classroom daily for all assignments and nightly homework. If you need additional help in math outside of class we are offering the Math Center every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday after school from 2:45 to 3:15.
I expect each student to show respect to all other students, teachers, and school administrators. If you have any problems in class that cause you concern, please let me know immediately and I will take appropriate action. Also if you have any questions about your grade or performance in class please come and talk with me.
Modeling with Geometry, Modeling with Quadratic Functions, Modeling with Exponential Functions, Modeling with Advanced Function Types, Modeling with Probability, Modeling with Trigonometric Functions
CALCULATORS: You must have your own personal calculator, preferably a TI-84 but a TI-83 is acceptable. A personal calculator is not an option but a must for high school math.
In order to be prepared, you will need the following each day:
Pencil and eraser(only work in pencil will be accepted)
3 ring binder for Math
Notebook paper and graph paper(at all times)
Calculator: TI-84 is preferred. These are not optional as mentioned above;
Be on-time, on-task, and prepared to learn
Enter room orderly, and put your phone in calculator pocket
Sit in assigned seat only and begin warm-up or assignment
Raise your hand for all questions, comments, etc.
Talk among classmates only during group work
Respect the teacher, the classroom, and other students
No food or drink
Cheating will not be permitted
Absolutely no use of cellphones, smart watches, earbuds in class
Personal electronics for Educational purposes only
Consequences if Class Rules are not followed:
1st offense: Verbal warning
2nd offense: Parent Contact(call or email)
3rd offense: detention after school. After the third offense, I will refer you to school administration(potential ISS or suspension)
Grades for quizzes and tests will be shown to students in class each week and kept by the teacher for future reference.
9 week grading: Grade Scale:
Assignments count as the following %: 90-100 A
Homework/Classwork 20% 80-89 B
Quizzes 30% 70-79 C
Tests 50% 60-69 D
below 59 F