Daily Class Supplies
As stated in the student handbook
A – 90-100
B – 80-89
C - 70 - 79
D – 64-69
F – 63 - below
Class Grade Weights
Coursework = 50%
Quizzes = 20 %
Test & Projects = 30%
There will be 4 types of homework assign.
1) Weekly video notes. These assignments will be assigned via google classroom on Sunday night/Monday morning, and will be due Friday of the same week.
2)Nightly Brain-Dumps. Students are to create summarize what they have learned in class during this brain-dump assignments. They are due before the start of the next class. These assignments must be turned in using google classroom.
3) Projects. Students will have projects on the topics we are discovering in class. Information for each project will be posted via google classroom and on the website as the projects are assigned.
4) Did not finish work. This type of homework is not planned to be homework, but is an assignment that a students feels he/she needs more time to complete. These assignments are due at the start of the science class. There is no extra time given to these assignments.
●It is the student’s responsibility to find out what material they have missed during their absence at the start of class.
●All tests and quizzes should be made up the next school day. Exceptions will be made for prolonged absences.
1.Respect the rights and property of others.
2.Raise your hand.
3.Bring all materials and supplies to class every day.
4.Be on time and prepared to work.
6.Follow directions and class procedures.
7.Use a normal-speaking voice.
8.No FOOD, DRINK or GUM in the classroom.
9.Do not touch or play with materials in the classroom without directions from the teacher.
●Enter the classroom quietly.
●Sit at your assigned seat and start on the Warm Up
●Remain on task, and participate in class.
●At the end of class line up silently.
1.Students need a one subject notebook just for science class.
2.Notebooks are checked periodically for a grade.
3.Notebooks are kept in the classroom,
unless signed out.
WHAT WILL BE TAUGHT THIS YEAR
-states of matter
-properties of matter
-acids and bases
-potential and kinetic energy
-Newton’s laws of motion
- How to calculate: work, power, speed, and force