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Welcome to algebra 2 cp 1 ppt Welcome to algebra 2 cp 1 ppt Presentation Transcript

  • Getting to know the classroom and Ms. LeBlanc
    Welcome to Algebra 2 CP 1
  • About Ms. LeBlanc
    This is my second year at Triton.
    I graduated from the University of Tampa.
    Algebra 2 is my favorite subject.
    I enjoy reading, skiing, and traveling.
  • Class Expectations
    Everyone received a copy of the “Course Expectations/Syllabus”. Please read over this document carefully and go over it with your parents/guardians tonight.
    Attached to the Course Expectations/Syllabus is a sheet that must be filled out and signed by you and your parent/guardian.
  • Rules and Responsibilities
    Class Rules
    Be respectful and courteous to the teacher and your peers
    Follow directions and classroom procedures
    Be honest and take pride in your work
    Obey all School Rules
    Student Responsibilities
    Arrive on time and ready to work
    Ask for help when you need it
    Take responsibility for your education, behavior, grades, and consequences
    Participate in class appropriately
    Remain seated during instruction
  • Classroom Procedures and Policies
    Daily Procedures
    Arrival to class
    Obtain the Problem of the Day
    Take your assigned seat
    Take out the previous night’s homework to be checked off
    Complete the problem of the day
    During class
    Once class has begun, it is expected that you listen, take notes, participate appropriately, and remain seated during instruction.
    Dismissal
    It is expected that you remain seated and working until I dismiss
  • Classroom Procedures and Policies
    Tardiness
    You are expected to be in you assigned seat and ready to work when the bell rings.
    Students who are not in their assigned seat when the bell rings will be marked tardy.
  • Classroom Procedures and Policies
    Attendance
    Consistent attendance is critical to academic success and students should strive to maintain good attendance.
    If you are absent:
    It is your responsibility to obtain missed notes and assignments. Assignments will be posted on the class calendar.
    If you missed a test or a quiz it is your responsibility to make arrangements to make it up.
    You have twice the number of days to complete missed work as the number of days you are absent.
    When you return from an absence you are required to complete assignments that we are working on that day, this included tests and quizzes. If you were absent the day of a test review, you are still required to take the test.
  • Cell Phones and Other Technology
    Use of / visibility of electronic devices (including headphones) (beepers, cell phones (including text messaging), ipods, mp3 players, radios, CD players (all with or without headphones) and laser pens during school hours is prohibited. Failure to comply will result in the forfeiture of the device and will result in disciplinary action. Triton Regional High School will hold no responsibility or involvement should there be a theft or loss of any such device. Parents who anticipate a need for emergency communication should contact a school administrator to discuss the specific situation.
  • Grading Policy: Triton’s Grading Scale will be followed
    A+ (97 – 99)
    A (93 – 96)
    A – ( 90 – 92)
    B+ (87 – 89)
    B (83 – 86)
    B – (80 – 82)
    C+ (77 – 79)
    C (73 – 76)
    C – (70 – 72)
    D+ (67 – 69)
    D (63 – 66)
    D – (60 – 62)
    F (59 and below)
    Consult your student handbook for more information about the Triton Grading Policy
  • Grading Policy: How your grade is calculated
    Homework – 20%
    To receive full credit on a homework assignment, it must be complete with all work shown
    Tests – 40%
    Quizzes – 30%
    Classwork – 10%
  • Extra Help
    I will be available on Thursdays after school for extra help.
    I am also available by appointment for Mondays – Wednesdays after school.
  • Fire Drill
    Fire Drill Procedures
    1. Students and staff are to leave the building by the nearest exit when the fire alarm sounds. Please follow all instructions given by any staff members.
    2. Move rapidly, but DO NOT RUN.
    3. Students and staff are to move at least 50 yards from the building before stopping to wait for the signal to return to the building is given.
    4. Attendance will be taken outside at the assembly point and upon return to class.
    Go left out of our classroom, down the stairs (on you right), and exit the doors on the right of the cafeteria. Meet in the parking lot.