Classroom Rules and Procedures Mrs Hemminger Math Manners

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Classroom Rules and Procedures Mrs. Hemminger Math “Manners go a long way in life.

Classroom Rules and Procedures Mrs. Hemminger Math “Manners go a long way in life. Saying please and thank you shows that you are respectful and have great character!”

Materials Needed Each Day • Pencils (sharpen before class or be sure you have

Materials Needed Each Day • Pencils (sharpen before class or be sure you have enough lead) • Math Workbook • Calculator • Math Binder • Agenda • A positive attitude

Entering the Classroom / Check for a warm up / Grab your math supply

Entering the Classroom / Check for a warm up / Grab your math supply kit. / Put your homework at the front of your desk for me to check / Work on your warm up

Warm Ups / Nearly every day, you will have a warm up. This activity

Warm Ups / Nearly every day, you will have a warm up. This activity will be graded (I will take your best 3 out of 5 each time I grade them). / You will have approximately 10 minutes to complete the activity in class. After that, it becomes homework. / Turn in to correct basket when done

Homework/Individual Practice / Most weeks, you will have homework four nights a week (no

Homework/Individual Practice / Most weeks, you will have homework four nights a week (no homework on weekends). / If you have 8 th period available, use this time to complete assignments. / Homework is expected to be completed by the next day. I will record homework points each day based on performance and effort using a scale of 0 -1 / 1 = great effort and completion / ½ = mostly complete or complete, but little effort was given / 0 = incomplete or extreme lack of effort

Agendas • Your agenda will help you stay organized throughout the year. • You

Agendas • Your agenda will help you stay organized throughout the year. • You are responsible for recording your homework in your agenda each day before you leave class (see class calendar for assignment).

Cell Phones/Smart Watches / Please do not bring your phone and/or smart watch into

Cell Phones/Smart Watches / Please do not bring your phone and/or smart watch into my classroom. / We will follow the rules for electronics in the student handbook (see page 9 for reference). / 1 st offense: The phone/watch is held by the teacher until the end of the school day / 2 nd offense: The phone is given to the office and a parent is contacted / 3 rd offense: Detention

Turning in Work / You will turn warm ups, quizzes, and tests into your

Turning in Work / You will turn warm ups, quizzes, and tests into your class basket located in the back of the room. /If you finish an assignment or quiz early, please check over your work, then take out a book to read or work on another assignment. Be respectful to your classmates.

Responsibility/Discipline Handbook p. 23 / In order to help you grow into a responsible

Responsibility/Discipline Handbook p. 23 / In order to help you grow into a responsible person, I will hold you accountable for your actions. /You will receive four chances to make mistakes in my room before receiving after-school detention (a name and three checkmarks on board). / Offenses may include: / Locker runs forgotten material(s) / Needing to borrow a pencil from me / Disrespectful behavior

Supplies • You will each be given your own math supply kit to use

Supplies • You will each be given your own math supply kit to use in my room. • If we use materials that others come in contact with, we will sanitize them after each use. • You may have a small water bottle in my classroom.

Need extra help? • I will be available to assist you during 8 th

Need extra help? • I will be available to assist you during 8 th period most days. • If you need to talk to me outside of school, my e-mail is [email protected] com • I will do my best to answer as soon as possible.

Please Sign and Return • I have read the classroom rules with my Parent(s)/Guardian(s)

Please Sign and Return • I have read the classroom rules with my Parent(s)/Guardian(s) and I am prepared to be successful in the seventh or eighth grade. • Student sign __________ • Parent/Guardian sign _______