Welcome to 7th Grade Math on Team Princeton…Go Tigers!  I look forward to a productive and wonderful school year with you.  I have very high expectations for each and every one of you.  And so, in order to ensure a successful school year, it is important that you understand the following academic (classroom) and behavioral expectations. 

 A.   Academic/Classroom Expectations

    1. Be to class on time and be ready to begin working.
    2. Raise your hand and not your voice.
    3. Come to class prepared by bringing your supplies and assignments that are due.
    4. ONLY Math work is to be done during class time.
    5. Please ask permission to leave your seat.
    6. You must sign out/in to use the restroom or get a drink.

 B.  Behavioral Expectations

    1. ALWAYS be polite and respectful to EVERY adult in the building.
    2. Respect the feelings and rights of your peers.
    3. Do not enter a classroom if a teacher is not present.
    4. You may not use the restroom in between classes.  You must always sign out.

   C.  Consequences

If you fail to meet Academic or Behavioral expectations one or more of the following my result

1.      Lunch detention

2.      Phone call home

3.      Team meeting

4.      Referral to Mr. Hayes

   D.   Assignments

1.      Homework is assigned nearly every night.  

2.      Late assignments will be assigned a zero in the grade book until completed within a reasonable amount of time.  If not completed, the zero will remain.

3.      If you are absent on the day something is due, it is your responsibility to make up the work.  FIND A WAY. Refer to my teacher webpage for help, google classroom, or call a friend from class.

 

 E.     Grading

1.      Homework 10%

2.      Formative Assessments 40%

(Quizzes, Classwork, Exit Slips from Class)

3.      Summative Assessments 50%

(Unit Tests, Performance Tasks)

 

 F.      Supplies  7/8 Advanced Math

  1. 2 inch binder with a clear plastic front (specifically for math) with the following 5 tabs:
  • Math Practice Standards (MPS)
  • Homework
  • Unit notes/handouts
  • Quizzes/Tests
  • Review Guides

      2.  A Notebook for Problem of the Day (POD’s) (AT LEAST a 3 subject notebook ~ big enough to last the year)

      3.  2 pocket folders ~ 1. To keep in the classroom as a portfolio folder. 2. To include in the binder as a homework folder (to be done/completed)

       4.  LOTS OF PENCILS! I do not accept math done in PEN.

       5.  Colored correcting pens ~ NO highlighters for correcting

 

G.    Supplies  Grade 7 Math

  1. 2 inch binder with a clear plastic front (specifically for math) with the following 5 tabs:
  • Classwork/Notes (Investigations)
  • Vocabulary
  • ACE (Homework)
  • Algorithms
  • Assessments

      2.  Loose leaf paper

      3.  Pencils/Erasers/Pens

       4.  Highlighters

 

 

**If there is any item on this list that you are unable to obtain within the first week of school, please do not wait to speak to me about it.  

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