Notes from Ms. Pratt
A section titled locker is to the left for most worksheets, handouts or forms?
For example, if you need the vocabulary directions for an acrostic click social science, vocabulary. If you need the Unit 4 Study guide, click social science, Unit 4.
Today students received grade reports and had the opportunity to check their grades, check no names for missing assignments, correct errors, get any missing work to make up, and ask questions.
Students should show a parent their grade report for review and discussion.
Missing work, retakes and redo's must be in by March 18. After this date grades for prior to spring break will be permanent.
This is a good time to check grades, specific assignments, assessments and missing assignments. This semester assessments are weighted X 4 their value. For example, an assessment that has a 25 point value x 4 will be worth 100. Although you may see more assignments in homework the assessment grades will have a significant impact.
Non -project based assessments, such as a unit exam, may be retaken M-F after school from 2:50-3:15 in my room. Students may even come for a tutoring session prior to retaking the exam. If a student needs to retake a test at lunch I need to give the office 24 hours notice.
Students may be asked to re-do an assignment due to lack of clarity or understanding of the topic, which would reflect a score below average. A date for the opportunity to complete the redo assignment is stated in the grade book and on the requested assignment. Assignments not turned in by the return re-do date will receive a zero.
"M" indicates a verified missing assignment
A blank is a grade in progress
A student flyer was sent home on Friday August 14th to sign up for Remind 101, a one way text messaging service.
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Reminders will be sent for introduction and due date of assessments and projects only. For daily information access the student planner or website calendar. Thank you.