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    Learning Expectations

     

    1. Be on time with everything you need for class.

    2. Participate!! Whether it's answering a question, asking a question, or just sharing your opinion, let's hear what you have to say. :)

    3. Please believe in yourself. Give school your best effort. You're laying the foundation for your future. I'm here to help you!

    4. Follow the directions given and ask for help when needed. Please use your time wisely!

    5. Be respectful of yourself and others--please pay attention and be kind!
     
     

    Please remember... ALL students are expected to L.E.A.R.N:

    • L: Listen and follow directions carefully.
    • E: Enter class on time, be prepared with supplies and materials, and be ready to learn.
    • A: Always try your best and do all of your work.
    • R: Respect yourself, your classmates, your teacher, and all school property.
    • N: Not make excuses. 
     

      

     

    HOMEWORK EXPECTATIONS

    All assignments will be documented on the SCHOOLOGY CALENDAR.

    You are required to check your assignments through SCHOOLOGY on a DAILY BASIS
    and should use your agenda book to stay organized.

    **Assignments are subject to change due to
    the needs/learning pace of you and your classmates!

    • You will have Math homework every night, except Friday.  In order to reinforce and extend the day's skills, it is expected that you complete the assigned homework for the night.  Homework helps me to see where you are succeeding and where you are struggling. All I ask is that you try your best!

    • Please establish a routine and a homework area at home that helps you to concentrate without any distractions.  This means no TikTok  or YouTube! ;)

    • My work philosophy is TRY, TRY, TRY.  Effort goes a long way.  Please let me know if you are struggling with your homework.  We will come up with a plan together to help you!

    • Q&A/ Help sessions: Please reach out to me with any questions/concerns, especially when times get "tough." Let's work together!  

    **Additional information from the UMASD can be found here: https://www.umasd.org/Page/9151

     

     

Last Modified on July 26, 2022