Classroom Management Plan
1st Period Preparatory Period
2nd Period Algebra II
3rd Period Honors Geometry
4th Period Algebra I Block
5th Period Algebra I Block
6th Period Honors Geometry
7th Period Numeracy Lab (Room 2403)
The following guidelines are set in order to ensure that an appropriate learning environment will take place in this classroom. All students are expected to follow these rules: (no exceptions will be made)
Students will be expected to bring the following to class:
1. Textbook (Algebra II & Geometry Only)
4. Notebook Paper
5. Planner (Agenda)
6. Finished HW Assignment (100% complete)
7. Binder (Algebra 1 Block)
All students are expected to utilize classroom time in a constructive manner. Disruption of class time or treating others with disrespect will not be tolerated. There is no talking when the teacher or another student is talking.
All students are expected to be in their seats when the bell rings. All school tardy rules will apply.
There is no food or drink allowed in the classroom.
All students must raise their hand and wait to be recognized before speaking.
All Marengo High School policies will be enforced (MCHS Handbook).
Consequences will be determined by the severity of the action and the number of times the student has had a previous behavior violation.
1. Verbal Warning
2. Change in Seating Assignment
3. Meeting with Student
4. Call to Parent(s)/Guardian(s)
6. Referral to the assistant principal/Dean
Any fighting, destruction of property, gross insubordination, or gross misconduct will result in automatic referral to the assistant principal.
Grading Policy: (20% Homework, 30% Formative, 50% Summative) / Geometry (70% Summative, 30% Formative)
- Homework: Given 3-4 nights a week requiring 30 - 60 minutes
- Formative Assessments (Quizzes and other graded papers): Expect “pop” quizzes
- Summative Assessments (Test): Given about every three weeks (unit)
If in the case in an absence, the following will apply:
- The homework assignment that was due on the day of absence is due when the student returns to school.
- The student is responsible for getting the homework assignment that was assigned during the absence and needs to be made up according to the MCHS Handbook.
- In the case of an absence on the day of a test, the student will need to make arrangements with the teacher to make up the test.
- In case of a long term absences or vacations, contact the teacher for any possible help.