Welcome! Web Technologies (TK7901) Money Matters (TF6200) Mr. Castro
Handouts Handouts include: Copies of Guidelines for Acceptable Classroom Behavior. A list of school clubs. A Letter To Me From Me
Curriculum Goals Web Technologies (TK7901) Money Matters (TF6200) Securities and Investments (Spring 2011) See Classroom Web Site: http://franklin.episd.org/businessdepartment.html
Student Behaviors Be prompt Be in assigned seat before the tardy bell. Be responsible with property and belongings. Computers, printers, desks & other equipment. Be a prepared, honest and positive participant Follow directions. Do not cheat. Be honest and ethical. Be productive Turn in work on time, and always do your best. Follow the rules http://franklin.episd.org/information.html
Show Respect Treat all members of the school community and all visitors with politeness and respect. Honor the ideas and opinions of others.
Attendance If tardy, sign in. Absences Check the online assignment calendar for the assignments. Each absence has a one-day grace period if absence is excused.
Grading Grades are based on the accumulation of points. Points are based on: Labs & classwork(60%) Exams/quizzes (30%) 9 Weeks Exam (10%) Grades are posted online and usually updated every Tuesday. Our Grading Scale
90-100% = A
80-89% = B
75-79% = C
60-74% = D
Below 60% = F
Internet Use Safety Issues
When you and your family surf the Web it’s important to keep the following in mind: Online information is usually not private. People online are not always who they say they are. Anyone can put information online. You can’t trust everything you read online.
Look for symptoms of Internet dependency. Ask yourself if your Internet use is affecting your school performance, health, and relationships with family and friends. Are you addicted to the internet?
OPEN HOUSE Franklin High School September 15, 2010 7:00 p.m.
Get Involved! Manyopportunities for studentsto become involved in school programs. Club list.
In-Class Activity Leadership A Letter To Me From Me Students write about who they are and what they believe; what drives or motivates them; what are their goals for the school year?
Questions? Take questions from students. Review Guidelines for Acceptable Classroom Behavior with parent/guardian and return bottom portion.