Course Syllabus

Welcome to Mr. Ladimir's Math I class.

Course Description: This course extends the mathematical knowledge you gained in pre-algebra. We will comprehend all concepts listed below. There is an state EOC exam in this class.

Course Expectations:  All assignments will be submitted in class .  It is expected that you attempt the assignments each day and come prepared to ask questions  during class. Most assignments will be graded on attempt; however, occasionally it may be graded for accuracy.  The course is broken up into units, with an assessment after each unit. Attendance is important, if you are absent please make sure to compete the missing assignment when you return to school. It is your responsibility to get any and all make-up work turned in on time.  Tutoring is offered on before school through appointments.

Grading Scale:  60% assignments,  40% assessments

Class Supplies:  Pencil, Paper, Chrome Book, dry erase markers

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me Monday through Friday at 704-292-7662 , or you may email me anytime at

Math I Goals  (Links to an external site.) :

Canvas: The majority of assignments not completed on paper must be submitted on our learning platform, Canvas. Assignments can be submitted a variety of ways including, uploading files, typing into text boxes, and sharing Google documents/presentations. Students will be shown how to submit assignments on Canvas as needed. Individual assignments will indicate which method of submission on Canvas is expected. If students need a refresher or have questions, they can access the Canvas Student Guide for specific instructions. It is the student's responsibility to ensure assignments are submitted on time and to contact the instructor if there is a problem. Please note that student activity is logged while in Canvas so instructors will be able to see if the student opened the assignment, if there was any activity including a log of student activities during on-line tests and quizzes. Students are not allowed to leave the testing window during assessments. Doing so is considered cheating and will be handled as set forth in the Porter Ridge HS handbook.

NOTICE: Although many assignments are submitted and graded in our learning platform, Canvas, the "final" grades shown may not be properly weighted and do not contain assignments that were not graded in Canvas. For the student's official grades, please continue to access the parent portal through Powerschool. Login information should be the same as last year. If you need assistance 
accessing the parent portal, please contact the school



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