Foundations of Math 2 Course Guidelines
Britney Forbis - Piedmont High School
Supplies List Teacher’s Classroom Wish List
3-ring binder Tissues
Dividers Hand Sanitizer
4” x 6” ruled index cards
*Graphing Calculator – TI-84 (*recommended but not required)
No one has the right to interfere with the learning, safety, or well-being of any person in our class.
--Be Respectful – respect yourself, others, and school property at all times.
--Be Polite – treat others with kindness and stay in your own space.
--Be Positive – encourage yourself and classmates to be successful.
--Be Responsible – complete all assignments on time, and do your absolute best.
Grades are earned, not given. All assignments will be assigned a point value, depending on the assignment (homework, classwork, quiz, test, etc.).
--Students will take a Teacher-Made Final Exam for Foundations of Math 2.
1) Students are expected to abide by all school rules and procedures at all times, as well as Union County Public Schools policies.
2) If you are absent, it is YOUR responsibility to ask for make-up work/assignments, I will not remind you. If you are absent, you have 3 days to turn in any work that you missed.
3) I am available Tuesdays after school until at least 4:00 for tutoring, extra help, etc. I am also available on Wednesday mornings from 7:30 – 8:15. If there are any changes to this schedule, I will let you know at the beginning of the week! I am ALWAYS available by email.
4) No late work will be accepted. This applies to all assignments (homework, projects, etc.).
5) You should be studying/practicing Math outside of class for 2 – 3 hours each week.
Any form of academic dishonesty will not be tolerated, and will be treated as a very serious matter. Any type of cheating on homework, quizzes or tests, projects, or classwork is a violation of the commitment to academic honesty. Any instance of academic dishonesty will result in consequences for the student or students involved. Such consequences include receiving a 0 on the assignment, notification of parents, and a referral to the office. Students who are members of a sports team or club on campus will also have their coach/advisor notified.
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
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