Welcome to Spanish 1
Name: Margo Rader
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone Number: 817-202-2500
Conference period: 8th
Classes: Spanish 1 NGC/Spanish 1 and 2 NHHS
Welcome to Spanish 1! Plan on learning a lot this year. My classroom is all about learning through our mistakes. Can't wait to see you!
Tutoring (virtually or in person):
Also available by appointment
Please sign up for reminder text messages by texting @aaazzz to 81010
All supplies may be used for other classes as well. Please make sure you have:
3 ring binder
Pencils or Blue or black ink pen (whichever you prefer to write with)
Expo marker (any color)
Class Rules and Procedures:
AbsencesStudents are required to makeup any work that they have missed for any absence. There is a “missing work” box where you will find file folders of all work completed in your absence. When you return, check the folder for any handouts, consult with one of your classmates for notes, and speak with me about any assignments or other information you may have missed. THIS IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
It is expected that all students do their own work without aid from any unauthorized sources (current or past students, translating websites, etc.). Students found plagiarizing, copying, or cheating in any form will receive automatic zeros on their assignments and be referred to the office. In addition, a call will be made to parents. Zeros from cheating cannot be made up/retaken.
Failing Grades (summative only):
According to district policy: ¨Students will be given a reasonable opportunity to redo examinations in which a grade is below 70. Students or parents must request the opportunity to redo an examination within two workdays of receipt of the failing grade. It is the student’s responsibility to make arrangements for the retest. No retests are available for students who received a “0” for cheating. The student will receive the higher of the two grades not to exceed a 70. A student may not be retested more than one time for any given original summative examination. Formative assessments (example: quizzes) are not eligible for a redo request.¨
According to district policy: ¨Teachers assign a late penalty to any assignment turned in after the due date. Late work will be accepted; however, assignments may be subject to points being deducted. All assignments must be completed within the six weeks grading period. A penalty for late work may be assessed according to the following guidelines:¨
1 day late 15 points off
2 days late 30 points off
3-5 days late 50 points off
Over 5 days late Zero