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    Syllabus (click on this link)
     
    Late/Absent/Redo Policy 
     
    Late assignments and projects are accepted without penalty to the students' grade. Late assignments and projects should be handed in promptly before the end of the unit the assignment or project is in. Students do better on unit assessments if they have completed all work for that unit. 
     
    Absent work and assignments are saved for students in the classroom. Students were shown on the second day of school where the absent work could be picked up. It is their responsibility to pick up their absent work and copy any missed notes from a classmate. 
     
    If students are unhappy with their grade they can redo any assignment or assessment. Below are the directions for each type of grade.
     
    - Tests or quizzes: Students must complete a test reflection form and have it signed by their parent or guardian. They must then rewrite on a separate piece of paper each question they got wrong, complete correct answer (not just "a!" The correct format would be "a. the New England colonies"), where they found the correct answer (examples "Page 45 of my notebook", 13 Colonies map assignment, etc), and what they did incorrectly. The form, test, and corrections must be stapled together and handed into Ms. H. Students have 2 weeks (10 school days) after a test or quiz was handed back to make corrections to assessments to improve their grade. Corrections will not be accepted after 2 weeks. 
    Test Correction Reflection Form (click on this link for pdf)
     
    - Worksheets and Reading Guides: Students must rewrite on a separate piece of paper the question they got wrong, the correct answer, where they found the correct answer, and what they did incorrectly. The assignment and corrections must be stapled together and handed into Ms. H. 
     
    -Projects: Students must redo entire final project with errors fixed and missing parts added. Students must also write a paragraph about where they went wrong, what they would have done differently, 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on August 7, 2018