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Classroom rules

  1. 1. Classroom RulesClassroom Rules Professor CruzProfessor Cruz English 11English 11thth Grade CourseGrade Course
  2. 2. Rule #1 Be in your seats and ready to begin when the bell rings. Listen when others are speaking. Stay on the same track or topic as the other class members. Wait to be dismissed when the bell rings.
  3. 3. Rule #2 A student is considered tardy to class if he or she is not inside this classroom by the time the bell rings. Tardies are kept for the entire semester. Three (3) tardies are equal to one (1) absence.
  4. 4. Rule #3 After an absence, written excuses are required. Check about due dates for make up work. This is your responsibility, not the teacher’s.
  5. 5. Rule #4 Bring materials and have them ready at all times. Leave other people’s materials alone.
  6. 6. Rule #5 No food or beverages of any sort, except bottled water, is allowed in the classroom. There will be no use of sunglasses in the classroom.
  7. 7. Rule #6 No electronic devices (iPods, headsets, etc…) will be allowed. No cell phones will be allowed by the students in the classroom. This rules complies for personal use. If the teacher requires them for educational use then they may be used.
  8. 8. Rule #7 Special assignments will only be accepted on lined loose-leaf paper written in pen or pencil. No spiral paper, colored paper, half-sheets, graph paper, or recycled paper.
  9. 9. Rule #8 Late assignments will be accepted but points will be deducted for tardiness. (Assignments are due at the beginning of class inside the assigned tray.) Plagiarism and cheating are unacceptable and will result in a zero (0) grade.
  10. 10. Rule #9 Work on other academic subjects only after completing assigned work for this class. Work time should be used appropriately.
  11. 11. Rule #10 Work according to your individual potential. Set goals for yourself. Keep a positive attitude. If you are feeling frustrated, schedule a conference with the teacher.
  12. 12. Rule #11 Be polite to teachers and classmates. Keep distractions to a minimum. Avoid unnecessary body movements, rude comments, trips to the pencil sharpener or waste basket. Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
  13. 13. Rule #12 Leaving the classroom: No one will leave the classroom once the bell has rung because every minute of educational time is important. However, students will be allowed to go to the school office for medical care or illness, but the student must first receive permission from the teacher and make it clear what the situation is. It is the student’s responsibility to go to the bathroom between passing periods or lunch.
  14. 14. Rule #13 No vandalism. Don’t write or carve on your desk or school property. Maintain your work area clean.
  15. 15. Rule #14 To best benefit the education of the students in the classroom, the teacher reserves the right to amend the rules if the need arises.
  16. 16. Rule #15 Consequences for breaking the classroom rules: infractions will result in the student being referred to the social worker, guidance counselor, or principal.