• Key to Success  

  • Attendance and Make-Up Work Policy

    Keep absences to a minimum. Upon return to school, it is the STUDENT’S responsibility to make-up any assignments missed.  Students will have the number of days they missed to complete the work during their absence. Check your folder for any assignments you need to complete.  This includes, but is not limited to: tests, quizzes, class work, projects, etc. done that day.

     

     Please speak with Mr. Johnson regarding any special circumstances. Make up exams may be given in a different form to maintain academic integrity.

     

    Late work will be accepted during the quarter for half credit. This includes ISN page checks, any work not ready at the beginning of class is considered late and will be deducted 50%.

     

    Retake Policy

    Students may request to retake a test for a higher score if the following criteria is met.

    • The student scored below an 80% on the original test.
    • The student has no missing assignments from the unit being tested.

     

    Classroom Procedures

    • Students are to be in class on-time daily. Students need to enter the classroom quietly and find their assigned seats. Students need to have their ISN and a pen/pencil every day.
    • After sitting at the assigned seat students will check the board and begin the assigned bell work quietly.
    • Students are expected to work in groups and pairs cooperatively.
    • Students will be expected to take notes using an interactive notebook with notes, handouts, and various types of activities.
    • Writing and Document Analysis assignments must be typed in MLA format and submitted through google docs if not told differently by the teacher.
    • All long term assignments are due on their due dates. IF it is not in class on the day it is due 50% will be deducted.

     

    Teacher Tutoring Times or Extra Opportunity

    Students may receive extra help by scheduling a time before or after school with their teacher. If you would like to meet, please contact me in advance.

    Communication

    Please contact the Mr. Johnson for any student concerns. Email is the preferred method of communication as I can check it throughout the day. It is crucial that teachers, parents, and students maintain open lines of communication. By 7th and 8th grade I begin expecting students to communicate with me about their needs.

    Expectations

    In Mr. Johnson’s class we respect one another, We strive to learn, We let others learn, We create, We celebrate success, We work hard, We learn from mistakes, We are a team.

     

    We strive to implement a positive behavior system at Terramar. Teachers and other staff members are encouraged to recognize exemplary behaviors and to review the school/classroom expectations often. Students “caught being good” can receive raffle tickets and a spot in our quarterly parties.

     

    Each classroom/grade level will use their own behavior system within their classrooms for infractions that can be “teacher managed.” Consequences may include warnings, lunch detention, after school detention, private or parent conference etc. After a student has three documented infractions from a teacher, the behavior report will be sent to the office to be “office managed.”  The parent will receive a phone call or email for each documented infraction.

     

    If there is a more serious infraction such as fighting, insubordination, theft etc, the student will be sent directly to the office to be “office managed.” Again, the parent will be contacted as soon as possible.

     

  • Daily Required Supplies

    • 5 subject spiral for ISN THIS WILL BE USED AND REQUIRED DAILY
    • Pencils
    • Pens
    • Highlighters
    • Colored pencils or fine tipped markers
    • Tape or glue (liquid)
    • Donations of 1 ream of colored and white paper for foldable would be awesome! and as always hand sanitizer and tissues are appreciated for your child's health and comfort