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8:40-9:30 Math (Advanced/ Allison's homeroom)
10:20-11:15 Math (Advanced/ Allison's homeroom)
11:45-1:20 Math (Schlein's homeroom)
1:20-2:10 Enrichment/ PE
2:10-3:45 Math (Patke's homeroom)
8:00-8:20 Thursdays and Fridays AM
3:45- 4:30 Tuesdays PM
STUDENTS MUST BE PICKED UP NO LATER THAN 4:30 PM
Students MUST have a dated note stating that the parent/guardian has given the student permission to stay after school.
The note must state the name and phone number of the person who will be picking up the student from tutoring.
The daytime phone number (one where you can be reached at 4:30 or later) for the parent/guardian must be present.
Students will not be allowed to call his/her parent asking if they can stay for tutoring as this takes away from important class time. Students must have prior, written permission to attend after-school tutoring.
Students must bring the work they need help completing or reviewing
If your student does not have a note with the above information, he/she will not be permitted to stay for tutoring and will be sent home via regularly scheduled transportation. Please be aware that I must leave to pick-up my own children at 4:30.
9:30- 10:20 Monday through Friday by appointment
Phone number: 281-412-1440
Grades, Make-Up Work, Corrections and Missing Work: Please check Skyward for an update on your student's grades and assignments. Communication folders are sent home each Monday. Please read through all papers that are enclosed and review all graded papers. If a student has a missing assignment for the week, the student will receive the incomplete assignment in his/her folder. Your student has up to one week (the following Monday) to complete the assignment or he/she will earn a grade of a zero on the missing assignment. If a student earned a grade below a 70 on an assignment, he/she will have up to one week (the following Monday) to correct the assignment or the original grade of below a 70 will remain in the grade book. Grades are updated on Mondays, including corrections and missing work that has been turned in during the week.
Corrections Procedure: Students should use a RED ink pen to make corrections. On a separate sheet of paper, show the work from the problem that was corrected in RED. Then, in ink, put your corrected answer next to the original, incorrect answer. Students to should not erase the original answer, it should still appear on the actual assignment. Staple the corrections page to assignment. Students will turn in corrections at the beginning of class to the "box." Grades are updated on Mondays, including corrections and missing work that has been turned in during the week. For example, if your student turned in corrections or missing work on Wednesday, that assignment's grade will be posted the following Monday.
No Work No Credit (NWNC): Students are required to show organized work for all math assignments, including homework. Analyzing errors in a student's work is crucial for understanding how he/she needs further reteaching should he/she do poorly on an assignment.
Work does not have to be shown for basic math facts (positive and negative integers included) or when the directions state to solve the problem mentally. If a student turns in an assignment without the required work, the grade will result in a zero until the work has been turned in with the assignment. NWNC-0 is recorded on the assignment. The assignment will be graded for accuracy and once the student turns in the work, the zero in the grade book will be replaced with the accuracy grade. As a reminder, all graded papers are sent home on Mondays in the Communication folder.