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ST. MARY C.S.S. MR. MORRA ROOM 205 Period 2. Welcome to HRF 3O1. Seating Arrangement. Alphabetical, based on LAST NAME. Becoming Familiar With The School Community. Classroom Fire Exits Lockdown Procedures School Expectations Uniform Cell Phone Use Parking.

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St mary c s s mr morra room 205 period 2



ROOM 205

Period 2

Welcome to HRF 3O1

Seating arrangement
Seating Arrangement

Alphabetical, based on LAST NAME

Becoming familiar with the school community
Becoming Familiar With The School Community

  • Classroom Fire Exits

  • Lockdown Procedures

  • School Expectations

    • Uniform

    • Cell Phone Use

    • Parking

Becoming familiar with the school community1
Becoming Familiar With The School Community

  • Attendance (absent and late procedures)

  • Use of Agenda Book in Halls

  • Evaluation Timelines

    • Early Warning Letters – 2nd week of October/March

    • Mid-Semester Marks – 2nd week of November/April

    • Credit Endangerment Letters – 2nd week of December/May

About the course
About the Course

  • World Religions: Belief and Daily Life

    • Open

  • Class Website: all course material can be found at (under “students”, “teacher websites”, and then click on “Mr. Morra”)

  • Email: [email protected]

About the course1
About the Course

  • Term Evaluation (70%)

    • Knowledge and Understanding 30%

    • Thinking and Inquiry 30%

    • Communication 20%

    • Application 20%

  • Final Evaluation

    • Exam 10%

    • ISU 20%

Student expectations
Student Expectations

  • Be courteous to all

  • No food or drink is permitted in the classroom (except for bottled water)

  • Arrive on time and prepared for each class with your

    • Notebook

    • Textbook

    • Pens/pencils

  • Arrive to class in full uniform

  • Arrive to class on time

  • Electronic Devices must be used responsibly and appropriately and only when directed by your teachers

Student absenteeism tests
Student Absenteeism: Tests

If you are absent on the day of a test you must bring a note from your parents/guardian or doctor when you return.

You must be prepared to write the test when you return

If you don’t bring a note explaining your absence, you will be given a ZERO for the missed test.

Student absenteeism assignments
Student Absenteeism: Assignments

It is your responsibility to make up missed work due to absence and to complete all class work and submit all unit assignments via email on the expected due date. This is to prove that you has the work done on time.

When you return, you MUST hand in a paper copy of the unit assignment.

Other expectations
Other Expectations

All Culminating Tasks (Major Unit Assignments) will be completed in-class... Class time will be given for this.


1. Visit the class website, download the file titled “Introduction to World Religions” and complete

  • The questionnaire titled “How do I Prefer to Learn”

  • The “Student Information Sheet”

    2. Print the “Student Information Sheet” and submit it tomorrow

    3. Print up the file titled “Unit 1”