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Math 1. Mr. Yost. Central High School 550 Warrior Way Grand Junction, CO 81504. Phone: 970-254-7317 Email: Charles.Yost@d51schools.org. THE WAY OF THE WARRIOR. W: Wisdom A: Accountability R: Respectfulness R: Reliability I: Integrity O: Ownership R: Responsibility.

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Math 1

Mr. Yost

Central High School

550 Warrior Way

Grand Junction, CO 81504

Phone: 970-254-7317

Email: Charles.Yost@d51schools.org

the way of the warrior
THE WAY OF THE WARRIOR

W: Wisdom

A: Accountability

R: Respectfulness

R: Reliability

I: Integrity

O: Ownership

R: Responsibility

the way of the warrior1
THE WAY OF THE WARRIOR

W:Wisdom: The sum of learning through the ages

A:Accountability: an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility

R:Respectfulness: Treating others as you would want to be treated. Understanding that all people have value as human beings.

R:Reliability: worthy of being depended on

I: Integrity: Being honest, trustworthy and incorruptible.

O: Ownership: Being responsible for your actions.

R: Responsibility: Having a sense of duty to fulfill tasks with reliability, dependability and commitment.

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Website:

1.http://chs.mesa.k12.co.us/ . Click on Departments. Click on Mathematics. Click on Mr. Yost Page.

OR

2.Just type in the web address:

http://chs.mesa.k12.co.us/Departments/math/yost/index.htm

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OFFICE HOURS:

Room: 320/323

BEFORE SCHOOL 7:00 - 7:25 (except Monday)

7th Period

LUNCH

AFTER SCHOOL 2:50 -

(Depending on Season)

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CLASS RULES

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Be respectful toward yourself and others

2. Be respectful to any equipment used in class

3. Have a good attitude

4. Be able to work well with others

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Electronic Devices

(Cell phones, ipod, mp3’s…)

1. Do not use them in class.

2. Do not let me see them in class

3. If any electronic device is being used in class, I will take it and you may pick it up at the end of the day.

4. Please make sure your cell phone is off when you come in

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FOOD AND DRINK

FOOD

  • You may have food in class if it does not
  • disturb others and as long as it does not affect
  • your mathematical performance

DRINK

1. You may have water in a clear plastic container

2. No soda, coffee, etc…

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HALL PASSES

  • The hall pass must be taken whenever the classroom is left.

2. Please ask for permission.

3. Please do not make it a habit or there will be

limitations placed on an individual basis.

4. No hall passes will be given the first and last

10 minutes of the block (10 minute Rule).

5. You must have your ID to use the pass.

6. If you are late you forfeit your hall pass privileges.

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TARDIES

  • You will be allowed 2 free tardies per 9 weeks with no questions asked. After 2 tardies you will make up the same amount of time you were late immediately after class. After 5 tardies you will be referred to the office.

2. If you are more than 15 minutes late to class it

will be considered an absence.

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Math 1:

What you need, what you will do, and class expectations.

MATERIALS

1. Book

2. Paper, graph paper or

engineering paper

3. Pen/pencil

4. Scientific calculator

or

TI-83 plus (optional)

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Warm-ups

  • 1. Warm-up problems should be written down
  • seperate from examples and homework problems
  • and kept in a notebook
  • 2. Warm-up problems will be done as soon as the bell
  • rings, and include mathercise, CSAP, and review.

3. Warm-ups will be collected at the end of each week

4. If you are absent you will need to come in and do

the warm-ups you missed or check the web site.

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CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

  • 1. Classwork problems should be written down
  • separate from example problems
  • 2. Classwork not finished in class will be homework

3. Classworkwill be graded on completion and

accuracy.

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MAKE-UP WORK

CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

  • If you are absent you are responsible for checking
  • the internet for the day you missed.
  • You may also ask me or a classmate for the work
  • that you have missed
  • 2. If you are absent you have 2 days for every absence to make up your work

3. If you are not absent and you are missing work

you may turn it in the Chapter Test only with penalty

(10 percentage point drop per day)

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QUIZZES

  • Quizzes will be given at the end of every lesson.

Students will be able to use their toolkits on

most quizzes.

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TESTS

  • Tests will be given when appropriate and will
  • be given appropriate point values
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TEST CORRECTIONS

  • If you are unhappy with your test score you will
  • be able to correct your incorrect test problems.
  • 2. Test corrections must be done at lunch.
  • You will be given a week to make corrections.
  • 3. The problems you correct will give you half of
  • the points you missed back.
  • 4. To take advantage of this test correction policy, you must have turned all of your homework for the unit tested.
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TESTS: MAKE-UP

  • If you miss a test/quiz you have two days to
  • make it up if the absence is excused and only
  • one day if the absence is unexcused
  • 2. All make up tests and quizzes must be done by
  • setting up a time with Mr. Yost
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GRADING SCALE

A 90 - 100%

B 80 - 89%

C 70 - 79%

D 60 - 69%

If you have a D or an F you will be assigned to

Warrior Period for 2 weeks.

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GRADING BREAKDOWN

Tests/Quizzes* 60%

Homework* 20%

Investigations* 10%

Warm-ups* 10%

*All percentages are approximations %

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Advancement

You must earn a C or better to advance to the next level math class.

The Work You Do Is a Direct Result Of The Grade You Earn!