Technology Education with Mr. B. Classroom Rules and Guidelines. 3 Most Important Rules Show respect. Do your best. Have a good attitude. Bring your Tech Ed. portfolio and a pencil or pen EVERYDAY to class. Show respect to YOURSELF, OTHERS, AND ALL EQUIPMENT.
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3 Most Important Rules
Do your best.
Have a good attitude.
Bring your Tech Ed. portfolio and a pencil or pen EVERYDAY to class.
Show respect to YOURSELF, OTHERS, AND ALL EQUIPMENT.
NO GUM OR CANDY IN TECH. ED. CLASS. You get 1 warning; after that you must serve an after school detention for each time.
Do not talk when someone else is talking. Talk when it is your turn.
Only allowed to go to the bathroom 3 times during the entire time you are taking Tech Ed. Mr. B. will sign a pass in your Broncho notebook. Use them wisely. If you go and you are over the limit, it is 1 lunch room detention.
NEVER go into a program or file on the computer that you do not belong in.
Class always starts with everyone in their seats. Class always ends with everyone in their seats.
All other rules of the Broncho notebook also apply to the Tech. Ed. classroom.
If these rules are not followed, Mr. B. may have you fill out an in-class discipline form, assign detentions, call parents if needed, or fill out a discipline notice for the office.
The secret to success: Just do the right thing!
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