Digital Citizenship prepares students to use computer technology in an effective and appropriate manner. Students develop knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, presentation and communications software. Students establish what it means to be a good digital citizen and how to use technology appropriately.
You are expected to take notes on every lecture. Students who “share” work with others or accept work, will ALL receive the same penalty: First offense will result in zero points on that assignment and a call to parents. Grades will be posted on-line; therefore, students and parents may check progress at any time.
If a student misses a class on the day of a test, he/she will be expected to take the test the first day back. It is the student’s responsibility to see if a test was given or to refer to notes since tests are announced at least two days in advance. Students are also expected to turn in any assignments due on day absent on first day back. You are responsible for work missed while absent - see teacher immediately upon return. All essay/short answer questions must be in complete sentences.
Notes will be put online on Planbook as to when assignments are due. If late, you will receive 50% credit. Assignments will not be accepted if the work has been returned to the other students (unless extreme circumstances). I will give time for work and expect you to use it wisely.
ALL PERSONAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES MUST NOT BE SEEN OR HEARD IN CLASS.
Three passes (office, nurse, locker, restroom, and etc.) during each 9 weeks (9 bonus points if not used)
Parents, the best time to reach me is between 7:15 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. at (812) 817-0900. I may also be reached via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.