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Mrs. Horton’s. Class Expectations and Procedures. 7 th Grade Language Arts. Table of Contents. Materials Needed BE-Attitudes TEAM Eagle 8 Rewards Consequences Tardy Policy. Dress Code Grades Grading Scale Late Grade Policy Procedures Beginning Class During Class Ending Class.

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Class expectations and procedures

Mrs. Horton’s

Class Expectationsand Procedures

7th Grade

Language Arts


Table of contents

Table of Contents

  • Materials Needed

  • BE-Attitudes

  • TEAM

  • Eagle 8

  • Rewards

  • Consequences

  • Tardy Policy

  • Dress Code

  • Grades

  • Grading Scale

  • Late Grade Policy

  • Procedures

    • Beginning Class

    • During Class

    • Ending Class


Materials needed

Materials Needed

  • Marble composition notebook

  • 3-ring binder

  • Loose leaf paper

  • Agenda/planner

  • Blue and black ink pens

  • Pencils

  • Highlighters

  • Box of tissue, please


Be attitudes

BE - ATTITUDES

  • BE on time!

  • BE prepared!

  • BE respectful!


Be on time

BE ON TIME!

  • Go to the restroom before this class or wait 10 minutes.

  • Go to your locker before class at designated times.

  • Get water before class.

  • Be in your seat when the bell rings.

  • If you are going to be late, get a pass.


Be prepared

BE PREPARED!

  • Bring your notebook , agenda, and textbooks to class.

  • Sharpen your pencils before class starts.

  • Be in your seat and start your warm-up.

  • Have all necessary materials for class.


Be respectful

BE RESPECTFUL!

  • Respect yourself.

  • Respect others.

  • Respect property.

  • Respect the privilege to get an education.

  • TREAT OTHERS AS YOU WOULD WANT TO BE TREATED!


Team scholar expectations

TEAM SCHOLAR EXPECTATIONS

TEAM means working together as a unit. You are part of the 7th Grade Team. We are Scholars!

SCHOLAR means you are a student, a learner, a wise person.

  • T – Talk or leave your seat only with permission. (Please raise your hand!)

  • E – Expect to be respected and respect others. (NO INSULTS!)

  • A - Always be prepared and on time. (DO NOT be late!)

  • M – Maintain a positive attitude and work hard. (DO NOT waste time!)


Eagle 8

EAGLE 8

1.Be prepared to learn.

2. Be kind.

3. Learn to master.

4. Be respectful to all

people and property.

5. Read, Read, Read!

6. Be healthy.

7. Keep the nest clean.

8. Walk to the right.


Rewards

REWARDS

  • Sense of Accomplishment

  • Good/Improved Grades

  • Praise and Encouragement

  • Positive Notes/Calls

  • Teacher-Designed Incentives

  • Honor Roll and Honor Cards


Consequences

CONSEQUENCES

  • Warnings (verbal and nonverbal)

  • Classroom Interventions

  • Parent Contact

  • Student/Team Conference

  • BSD (Before-School Detention) or ASD

  • Referral to Grade Level Administrator

  • Intervention Team


Severe clause

SevereClause

  • Certain behaviors deemed extreme, inappropriate, and severe (such as fighting, cursing someone, threats, etc.) will result in an immediate removal from the classroom and referral to the administrator!

  • Dress code and tardy policy violations will be handled according to school and CMS guidelines.


Tardy policy

TARDY POLICY

  • 1st Tardy – Record tardy, inform student,

    and contact parent.

  • 2nd Tardy – Record tardy, inform student and parent, and assign BSD

    or ASD.

  • 3rd Tardy and all others – Record tardy, inform student and parent,

    and write a referral.


Dress code violations

DRESS CODE VIOLATIONS

  • 1st offense – Written warning and phone call home

  • 2nd offense- Before or After-School Detention

    (BSD or ASD)

  • 3rd offense – Administrative

    consequence


Grades

GRADES

  • INFORMAL35%

    (Classwork, Homework, and Quizzes)

  • FORMAL 65%

    (Tests, Assessments, Projects)


Grading scale

Grading Scale

A 93-100

B 85 - 92

C 77 - 84

D 70 - 76

F Below 70


Late grade policy

LATE GRADE POLICY

  • If work is NOT COMPLETE and/or NOT turned in on the DUE DATE, it is considered LATE!

  • You may turn it in after the due date for partial credit. The grade can be no higher than a 80. Some exceptions will be made.


Class procedures

Class Procedures

  • BEGINNING CLASS

  • DURING CLASS

  • ENDING CLASS


Class expectations and procedures

Beginning Class

  • Enter room in an orderly fashion.

  • Sharpen pencil and/or get pen and materials out.

  • Be in your seat starting your warm- up when the bell rings.

  • Sign in tardy notebook if late.

  • Get focused.


Class expectations and procedures

During Class

  • Listen and follow directions.

  • Do not get out of your seat without permission.

  • Stay on task.

  • Raise your hand to ask questions or respond.

  • If you finish early, read, work on other work, or just sit quietly.


Class expectations and procedures

Ending Class

  • Make sure you have your homework written down.

  • Clean around your desk and pack your belongings.

  • Wait for the teacher (not the bell) to dismiss you.


Class expectations and procedures

Follow these expectations and procedures, and we will have a very successful year!

Love,

Mrs. Horton


Class expectations and procedures

THE END!


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