Contact Mrs. Engels
phone 599-8880 ext 5402
In accordance with the Science Department late work policy I would like to clarify how late work will be viewed in my class.
Late work will be accepted up to two weeks after due date for 50% of earned grade or the end of the unit. Which ever comes first.
This policy does not include long term projects or assignments. Please see handbook for clarification on long term projects.
The Interactive Notebook is considered a long term assignment. The notebook is due once a week and must be turned in on that day.
Lab books will be accepted up to two weeks late for 50% of the earned grade. Ex: a grade of 70% gets a 35% late grade. The student must have a visible note (with the lab title) on the book indicating that they are turning in a late assignment for grading.
A zero will be entered into the grade book on the due date until the assignment is turned in.
If you are absent on a test day or an assignment due date, you will take the test on the day of your return and turn in the assignment.
Absences and school events fall under the school handbook. Please review your responsiblities.
Tests must be made up with in the two day absent policy.
AP Chemistry will follow the contract: NO late work accepted.
Student will attend class and labs.
These are lab science classes. Labs must be turned in for credit.
Student must be seated and working on focus activity when the bell rings or they will be counted tardy.
Class runs from bell to bell, do not pack up until the bell rings
Be ready to work by having preread and done practice problems.
NO CELL PHONE USE DURING CLASS TIME. ONCE OVER THE THRESHOLD PHONES MUST NOT BE IN USE.
Modifications to basic lesson plans as needed for student success: