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  1. Welcome – Mr. Radel Locate your name on the desk—walk around!

  2. I ITFoundation for Web Design (Web I), User Interface Design (Web II), and Digital Design 1 Taking Care of Business

  3. MCHS Principals Principal Killingsworth Dean of Students Wildgoose Assistant Principal McClellan Assistant Principal Barnes (not pictured)

  4. Dress and Appearance • Shorts, skirts, dresses (2 inches above the knee) • Head gear • Shoes - No bedroom slippers • Clothing that exposes • Clothes worn as designed • No combs/picks in hair • Inappropriate slogans on clothes, backpacks, etc. • No extreme tight clothing • No PJs, lounge wear, or hoods • No gang-related writing on clothes, backpacks, shoes, etc. • Review MCHS Dress Code for the year

  5. Schedule – Odd/Even Days • Monday/Wednesday (ODD) and Tuesday/Thursday (Even) • 1st/2nd Period: 8:10 - 9:45 • 3rd/4th Period: 9:50 - 11:25 • "A" Lunch based on 5th and 6th Period:  11:30 - 12:005th and 6th Period: 12:05 - 1:40 • 5th and 6th Period: 11:30 - 1:05"B" Lunch based on 5th/6th Period: 1:10 - 1:40 • 7th and 8th Period: 1:45 - 3:20 • A Lunch is from 11:30-12:00 (for students in potables) • B Lunch is from 1:10 – 1:40 (for student housed in building)

  6. Schedule – Fridays • 1st Period: 8:10 - 8:55 • 2nd Period: 9:00 - 9:45 • 3rd Period: 9:50 - 10:35 • 4th Period: 10:40 - 11:25 • "A" Lunch based on 5th and 6th Period: 11:30 - 12:005th Period: 12:05 - 12:50 • 5th Period: 11:30 - 12:15"B" Lunch based on 5th and 6th Period: 12:20 - 12:50 • 6th Period: 12:55 - 1:40 • 7th Period: 1:45 - 2:30 • 8th Period: 2:35 - 3:20

  7. Club Information • Club day will be held monthly. Students have no more than 2 unexcused absences and no major referrals. Students may be in a maximum of three clubs at a given time. Students sign up to be in club and must be actively involved in that club to be in good standing. • Visit our new school web site (familiarization) http://www.madisonhigh.fl.mch.schoolinsites.com/

  8. Hall Passes • Changing Schedule? Make appointment during changing of classes • 4 times per class; per semester for restroom, guidance, etc. • Students must have a pass • Hall passes will not be given in the first or last 15 minutes of class • NO PASS – STAY IN CLASS!

  9. MCHS Expected Use of Tardy Hall • 1st – Report to Tardy Hall (ISS) • 2nd – Report to Tardy Hall and parents contacted • 3rd – Report to Tardy Hall, parents contacted, lunch detention (referral will be sent to office) • 4th – Report to Tardy Hall and remain for class period (referral sent to office) • 5 and beyond – Report tardy hall. One day ISS (referral sent to office) • Sixth or more: Report tardy hall. Three days ISS (referral sent to office) 1st period go to Attendance office then sign in at Tardy Hall

  10. Classroom Policies • Review course syllabus • Review classroom policies • Bring your own supplies • Leave work area neat, close books and put up after use (Web classes), etc. • Report Computer Problems • Abide by computer lab rules

  11. Classroom Policies • No Gum allowed • No Food (this includes bird seeds) • No Drinks • No electronic gadgets for personal use • Cell phones • Headphones • and more…

  12. Classroom • Bell Starters: Reading (approximately 15 minutes) will do NGCARPD Reading strategies • Fridays you will do a short essay writing; keyboard and double space with appropriate clipart • Fridays will be make up day if work is missing due to excused absences • Will then engage in class activities (Rigor and Relevance) • Last 5 minutes – recap what was taught, and go over bell starter information and prep for next’s day bell starters

  13. IIT, Digital Design and Web • No Internet allowed in class, except for class subject use • Folders are on server for students to get assignments and files • Code of Student Conduct 39 UEC: Improper computer use, unauthorized entry into any computer system, altering or deleting system files, downloading inappropriate material is OSS 3-10 days and you will be removed from class.

  14. Computer Policy • Do not download anything not related to subject matter—it is for in class use only!!! • Do not load any games for personal use • Do not download any music • No head phones • No music piracy

  15. Other Class Rules • Be on time! Maintain a positive, respectful attitude • Dress appropriately • Do not vandalize textbooks, desks, and technology equipment • Stay in you seat and do not disturb other • No eating, chewing gum, talking, or primping • Listen and follow directions

  16. Policy for breaking rules Level 1 • 1st Consequence – Warning • 2nd Consequence – Parents called • 3rd Consequence – Referral to Guidance/Instructional Coach • 4th Consequence – Referral to Administration • Severe Disruption (Level 2) – send to principal immediately

  17. Grade and Classes • Your Grades on-line. I do not print out progress reports since you have computer access to your grades • School-wide assessment • Major 40% (Unit/major test, essays, etc.) • Minor 30% (Quizzes, mini assessments) • Assignments 20% (class work) • Work Ethic/Participation 10% (daily grades/participation) • Make up Work (I provide time on Fridays) Quick demonstration of grades. Must have student ID Number and know password. Go to the new web site for FOCUS http://www.madisonhigh.fl.mch.schoolinsites.com/

  18. Emergency Procedures • Fire Drills – Students know your class exits. We will exit quickly and quietly to designated location—go out door by room 208/Art • Tornado Drills – Students will remain in the classroom and lean against wall in a covered position while in room 211.

  19. Your Comments • Vision Statement • Expectations, goals, dreams, etc. • Mission Statement • The what, who, where, and why in how to achieve what the course is providing

  20. Lets make it a great year of learning! Success – it all comes down to you!