If you want to earn 20 extra points on your first (Rational Exponents) test, then you need to do the following by the end of the nine weeks.
* On a separate sheet of paper- correct any questions you got wrong.
* Create a new 14 question test and answer sheet for me. If your test looks like anybody else's, then nobody gets credit.
Here is a link to the form that every student needs to complete for a grade. Any email address works.
My website looks very different on the phone than on a desktop. From the phone, the task bar (3 black lines at the top) gives you more options. My assignments page is the one to look at most of the time (to keep up with what we did each day). My buttons are at the very bottom of my home screen on your phone. That has my wish list and student survey.
•2nd period– text @chavis2nd to 81010
•3rd period- text @chavis3rd
•4th period- text @chavis4th
•5th period- text @chavis5th
•6th period- text @chavis6th
•7th period- text @chavis7th
I'm excited for this year and what all we each will learn from each other! We will be busy in the classroom learning and expanding our minds.
If you ever need to get a hold of me, please email me at email@example.com.
You have until next Friday to complete this extra credit towards Ch. 12 Test Grade. Or you can always correct the test and come retake it for a better grade.
This is the project.
The Quiz that you all took Wednesday will be returned to you on Friday. This covered questions from 12.1-12.3 in your textbook. You learned what a quiz/test of mine looks like and requires. You need to study the entire section covered.
In order to receive a better grade there are two things needed to do:
1.) On another sheet of paper, correct all missed quiz/test questions and attach it to the original and turn it in to Mrs. Chavis.
2.) Schedule a time before or after school, or lunch to take a redo assessment to replace your grade.
Integrated Math II
Mr. Rivas – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Chavis – email@example.com
Mrs. Jones – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Pheneger – email@example.com
Welcome to Integrated Math II! We are very excited about starting another year here at Riverdale High School. We are looking forward to getting to know each of you and getting the opportunity to help you explore the world of mathematics.
We are very committed to the success of all our students. We will be doing many different activities and methods throughout the year to motivate and encourage you to be successful with this subject matter. What you must do to be successful is be an active participant in your own learning. You are expected to take responsibility for your success in this class. These responsibilities include knowing your grade, asking for help, and participating in class in a mature manner.
If you ever need anything from us outside of this class, please let us know. We are here to help you! Knowing the rules and expectations on this handout will help you to be successful. Get ready for a math-tastic year!
In addition to the rules in Riverdale’s Student Handbook, the following rules apply specifically in our classrooms:
Be on Time for Class Students are expected to be in the classroom when the bell rings. After 4 tardies in a semester, a pink slip will be issued.
Be Prepared to Work
Materials for class:
Teacher Wish List:
These basic expectations will govern attitudes and behaviors that lead to a good year! There are also a few procedures to enable the class to run smoothly.
Class will begin each day by students placing phones in their numbered pocket, being in their seats, and starting bell work. Whenever an announcement is made or a visitor enters the room, students will be quiet and respectful. Sleeping is never allowed. Students will remain in their seats at the end of class until the bell rings and the teacher dismisses them.
GradingGrades will be determined by a category percentage system. Tests and Projects 60%, Quizzes 20%, and completion work 20%. If a student or parent wishes to know a grade at any time, they can be checked online. Please understand it may take teachers some time to grade and post all assignments.
A = 100-93 B = 92-85 C = 84-75 D = 74-70 F = 69-0
Cheating will not be tolerated in this class. If you cheat, you will be subjected to the consequences in the student agenda. This includes receiving a zero for said assignment/test and requires student to set up a time to come and redo/retake that assignment/assessment. It is our expectation (and should be yours as well) that, as a high school student, you can do any assignment in this class without cheating.
Make-Up Work Students are expected to attend class. However, make-up work can be found in the classroom. Students are 100% responsible for make-up work and can request missed material before or after class. Those who plan to attend field trips must get their class work before leaving. Missed work must be completed within five school days after a student returns to school. Once those five days have passed, work turned in will be counted as late.
Whenever you are absent, contact one of your “class buddies” to get the information you missed in class.
Phone number: ____________________________
Phone number: ____________________________
Late Work Assignments should be turned in on the day they are due. Have assignments ready when class begins. Late work will only be accepted in the grading period if the assignment is turned in with 100% accuracy, student’s name, class period, and assignment title.
Students may ONLY use 3 hall passes each quarter for emergencies. To leave the classroom for any reason, a student must present his/her hall pass. Restroom issues need to be addressed between classes. Any unused hall passes may be redeemed at the end of each quarter for extra credit.
Electronics According to RHS rules, students are not to use any kind of disruptive device in class. (No fidget spinners!) This includes cell phones and music players when not used as a class activity. Faculty members will confiscate disruptive items from students and will be returned at the end of the day. Cell phones will be placed in your assigned number space in the cell phone storage unit before the bell rings.
Our doors are always open. We prefer that students come to us with problems or concerns at the end of the class period or the end of the school day. However, any emergency questions or situations can be addressed immediately if necessary. You can always email us anytime or check our websites for important information. Following those procedures will guarantee a successful year in our classes, but the final piece is up to you. It is your ATTITUDE!!
**Please detach this page and return FOR A GRADE!
Follow this link to complete the Parent Information survey:
Student name Parent/Guardian name
Student signature Parent/Guardian signature
**Please go to this link and fill out:
**My Amazon Classroom Wish list link:
To sign up for the remind app for my class, I text ___________ to 81010.