Mrs. Washington’s World of Science

Week of January 2, 2017

Monday-No School

Tuesday-No School

Wednesday

1. Journal- Read page 190. Do the Writing Assignment.

2. Chapter 8 quadrants

Thursday

1. Journal- What happens to a cell in a isotonic solution?

2. Chapter 8 Quadrants

Friday

1. Journal- What happens to a cell in a hypotonic solution?

2. Read and Outline 8.1.

Week of January 9, 2017

Monday

1. Journal- What happens to a cell in a hypotonic solution?

2. Read and Outline 8.1.

Tuesday

1. Journal- What happens to a cell in a hypertonic solution?

2. 8.1 Vocabulary Test

3. Read and Outline 8.1.

Wednesday

1. Journal- Define and give examples of Passive Transport

2. Complete 8.1 Outline

3. Review 8.1

Thursday

1. Journal- Define and give examples of Active Transport

2.  Review 8.1/8.1 Notes

Friday

1. Journal- Check

2. Complete notes and 8.1 review.

Week of January 16, 2017

Monday-No School

Tuesday-Video-Osmosis

Wednesday

Read and Outline 8.2

Thursday

ACT ASPIRE

Friday

Complete 8.2

Week of January 23, 2016

Monday

1. Osmosis/Diffusion Lab

2. Osmosis- Worksheet

Tuesday

1. Osmosis/Diffusion Lab

2. Osmosis- Worksheet

3. 8.1 Quiz

Wednesday

1. Osmosis/Diffusion Lab

2. 8.1 Review-Osmosis and Diffusion

3. Osmosis W/S

Thursday

1. Osmosis/Diffusion Lab

2. Cell Cycle Project/Presentation

Friday

1. Osmosis/Diffusion Lab

2. Test on 8.1

Week of January 30, 2017

Monday

1. Journal-What limits cells size?

2. 8.2 outline check

3. Work on Cell Cycle Project/Presentation

Tuesday

1. Journal-Read page 203. Summarize cell reproduction.

2. Work On Cell Cycle Project/Presentation

Wednesday

1. What happens during interphase?

2.  Work on Cell Cycle Project/Presentation

Thursday

1. What happens during Mitosis?

2. Work On Cell Cycle Project/Presentation

Friday

1.  Complete Cell Cycle Presentations/Projects

Week of February 6, 2017

Monday

1.  Cell Cycle Presentations

Tuesday

1.  Cell Cycle Presentations

Wednesday

8.2 Test

Thursday

1. Define Chapter 9 Vocabulary

2. Begin Instruction on Photosynthesis

Friday

1. Take notes on the Cells Energy

Week of February 13, 2017

Monday

1. Review Cell Energy

2. Taxonomy on 9.1

Tuesday

1. Read 8.3 (Cancer)-age 211-213

2. Write and answer the section assessment questions on page 213.

3. 9.1 Reinforcement Sheet

Wednesday

1. Chapter 9 Vocabulary test

2. Review ADP/ATP-Cellular Energy

Thursday

1. Take notes on Photosynthesis

2. Reviewed Chapter 9 Vocabulary

Friday

1.  Take notes on Photosynthesis-Light dependent and Light Independent Phases

Week of February 20, 2017

Monday

No School

Tuesday

1. Review Photosynthesis

2. Take Notes on Cellular Respiration

Wednesday

1. 9.2 & 9.3 Review

Thursday

1. Review for Chapter 9 test

Friday

1. Chapter 10 Quadrants

Week of February 27, 2017

Monday

Chapter 9 test

Tuesday

6.1 &6.2 Quadrants

Wednesday

Amnesty Day

Thursday

6.3& 6.4 Quadrants

Friday

Video-Meiosis

Week of February 6, 2016

Monday

1. Journal- Discuss the two main groups of specialized cells

2. 6.1 &6.2 Vocabulary test

3. Read and Outline 6.1

Tuesday

1.Journal- 1. How do gametes differ from somatic cells? 2. The prefix homo- means “the same.” Explain how this meaning relates to the definition of homologous chromosomes. 3. How does meiosis relate to haploid cells? How does fertilization relate to diploid cells?

2. Complete 6.1 Outline

3. Discuss 6.1

Wednesday

1. Journal- 1. During which phase do homologous chromosomes separate? 2. During which phase do sister chromatids separate?

2. Formative Assessment page 165 (1-5).

3. Check Journals

Thursday

1. Quiz on 6.1

Friday

No School for students.

Week of March 13, 2017

Monday

1. Journal-Compare Mitosis and Meiosis

2. Read and Outline 6.2

Tuesday

1. Journal-Meiosis I

2. 6.2. Reinforcement/Study Guide

3. Complete 6.2 Outline

Wednesday

1. Journal- Meiosis II

2. 6.3 & 6.4 Vocabulary Test

Thursday

1. Journal- What was Mendel’s contribution to genetics?

2. Interpreting Bar Graphs-Page 165

3.Read 6.3 (Note important information)

4. Discussion on Mendel’s contribution to genetics.

Friday

1. Journal- Law of Segregation

2. 6.4 &6.5 Quadrants

3. Take Notes on 6.3 .

Week of March 20, 2017

Monday

1. Journal- Formative Assessment page 170

2. 6.3 Notes

Tuesday

1. Journal Formative Assessment page 173

2. 6.1 & 6.2 Quiz

Wednesday

1. Journal – What is the difference between phenotype and genotype?

2. 6.5 & 6.6 Vocabulary Test

3.  Study Guide 6.3

Thursday

1.  Complete 6.3

2. Punnett Square Practice

Friday

1. Punnett Square practice

 

 

 

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6.3 Notes

6.3 Mendel and Heredity

KEY CONCEPT Mendel’s research showed that traits are inherited as discrete units.

6.3 Mendel and Heredity

Mendel laid the groundwork for genetics.

• Traits are distinguishing characteristics that are inherited.

• Genetics is the study of biological inheritance patterns and variation. • Gregor Mendel showed that traits are inherited as discrete units.

• Many in Mendel’s day thought traits were blended.

6.3 Mendel and Heredity

Mendel’s data revealed patterns of inheritance.

• Mendel made three key decisions in his experiments.

– use of purebred plants

– control over breeding

– observation of seven “either-or” traits

6.3 Mendel and Heredity

• Mendel used pollen to fertilize selected pea plants.

Mendel controlled the fertilization of his pea plants by removing the male parts, or stamens.

He then fertilized the female part, or pistil, with pollen from a different pea plant.

– P generation crossed to produce F1 generation

– interrupted the self-pollination process by removing male flower parts

6.3 Mendel and Heredity

• Mendel allowed the resulting plants to self-pollinate.

– Among the F1 generation, all plants had purple flowers

– F1 plants are all heterozygous

– Among the F2 generation, some plants had purple flowers and some had white

6.3 Mendel and Heredity

• Mendel observed patterns in the first and second generations of his crosses.

6.3 Mendel and Heredity

• Mendel drew three important conclusions.

– Traits are inherited as discrete units.

– Organisms inherit two copies of each gene, one from each parent.

– The two copies segregate during gamete formation.

– The last two conclusions are called the law of segregation.

Biology

Week of January 2, 2017

Monday-None

Tuesday-None

Wednesday-Chapter 8 Quadrants/ Study for 8.1 Vocabulary Test

Thursday- Chapter 8 Quadrants/ Study for 8.1 Vocabulary Test

Friday-Chapter 8 Quadrants/Study for 8.1 Vocabulary Test

Week of January 9, 2017

Monday-Chapter 8 Quadrants/Study for 8.1 Vocabulary Test

Tuesday-None

Wednesday- Study 8.1 Outline and Notes

Thursday-Study 8.1 Outline and Notes

Friday-Study 8.1 Outline and Notes

Week of January 16, 2017

Monday-None

Tuesday- Study 8.1 Outline and Notes

Wednesday- Study 8.1 Outline and Notes

Thursday- Study 8.1 Outline and Notes

Friday-Complete 8.2 Outline

Week of January 23, 2017

Monday-None

Tuesday-Osmosis Review Sheet

Wednesday-Mitosis Review Sheet

Thursday-Lab Report

Friday-Lab Report

Week of January 30, 2017

Monday- None

Tuesday- Cell Cycle Project

Wednesday-Cell Cycle Project

Thursday-Cell Cycle Project

Friday-Cell Cycle Project

Week of February 6, 2017

Monday-Review 8.2

Tuesday-Review 8.2

Wednesday-Study Vocabulary

Thursday-Study Vocabulary

Friday-Study Vocabulary

Week of February 13, 2017

Monday-Complete Taxonomy/Study Vocabulary

Tuesday- Complete Taxonomy/Study Vocabulary

Wednesday-Read of notes

Thursday-Read Notes/Study Vocabulary

Friday-Read Notes/Study Vocabulary

Week of February 20, 2017

Monday-None

Tuesday-Study for Chapter 9 Test

Wednesday- Complete 9.2/9.3 Reinforcement

Thursday- Study for Chapter 9 Test

Friday-None

Week of February 27, 2017

Monday-None

Tuesday-6.1 & 6.2 Quadrants

Wednesday-None

Thursday

6.3& 6.4 Quadrants

Friday

None

Week of March 6, 2017

Monday- Study 6.3 & 6.4 Vocabulary

Tuesday-Study 6.3 & 6.4 Vocabulary

Wednesday-Review 6.1 Outline

Thursday-None

Friday-None

Week of March 13, 2017

Monday-Study for 6.3 & 6.4 Vocabulary Test

Tuesday- Study for 6.3 & 6.4 Vocabulary Test

Wednesday- Review 6.1 &6,2 Outline/Notes

Thursday-Review 6.1 &6,2 Outline/Notes

Friday-Review 6.1 &6,2 Outline/Notes

Week of March 20, 2017

Monday- Study 6.1 & 6.2 Notes

Tuesday-Study 6.5 & 6.6 Vocabulary

Wednesday-None

Thursday-None

Friday-None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Due Dates

Friday- January 6, 2017-8.1

Monday- January 10, 2017-8.1 Vocabulary Quiz

Tuesday- January 12, 2017-8.2 & 8.3Quadrants

Bring in Lab Materials-ASAP

8.2 Outline-January 23, 2017

Osmosis Worksheet- January 25, 2017

Osmosis/Diffusion Lab Report-January 30, 2017

Cell Cycle Presentation- February 6, 2017

9.1 Taxonomy- February 15, 2017

9.2 & 9.3 Reinforcement-Feb. 23,2017

Chapter 9 Test-Feb.24,2017

6.1&6.2 Quadrants-3/1/2017

6.3& 6.4 Quadrants-3/3/2017

6.1 Outline-3/4/2017

6.1 Quiz -3/9/2017

6.5 & 6.6 Quadrants- 3/20/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson Plans

Week of February 13, 2017-March 20, 2017

High School Learning Targets/ACOS Standards: 1. Analyze data to draw conclusions about how photosynthesis and cellular respiration affect living organisms.  2. Develop and use a model to analyze the structure of chromosomes and how new genetic combinations occur through the process of meiosis. 3. Analyze data to draw conclusions about genetic disorders caused by errors in meiosis (Down Syndrome)  4. Ask Questions to clarify relationships about the role of DNA and chromosomes in coding the instructions for characteristic traits passed from parents to offspring. 5. Construct an explanation based on evidence for how the structure of DNA determines the structure of proteins which carry out the essential functions of life through systems of specialized cells. 6. Make and defend a claim based on evidence that inheritable genetic variations may result from 1-new genetic combinations through meiosis 2- viable errors occurring during replication, and/or 3-mutaions caused by environmental factors.

Related Skills: 1.  Identify and summarize what takes place during photosynthesis and cellular respiration. 2. Identify and summarize the major events of Meiosis. 3. Illustrate how the segregation and recombination of chromosomes during meiosis effects variation in offspring. 4. Identify and summarize the structure and function of the DNA model. 5. Discuss how the genetic code is contained in the structure of DNA and how the structure of DNA makes replication. 6. Analyze the relationship between DNA, genes and chromosomes. 7. Distinguish between the function, and location of mRNA, tRNA, and rRNA. 8. Describe what happens in transcription and translation. 9. Explain common uses of biotechnology (cloning, gene splicing, recombinant DNA, DNA finger printing: genetic counseling)

Reading Assignments:   Students will read chapters 10-13 and the newspaper. Students will also read related news articles.

Instructional Strategies: Cooperative Grouping, Oral Presentations, Lecture, Review Questions, Vocabulary, Reflection, Independent Study, Journals/Bell Ringers, Chapter Reviews, Writing activities, Labs, Outlines, Science related videos and Thinking Maps.

Student Activities:   Journals, Oral Discussion, labs, Class Participation, Notebook Activities, Summarize News Articles, Chapter Reviews, Quadrants, Take Notes, Outline, video reviews, presentations/projects, and critical thinking activities. 

Methods of Evaluations:  Class work, Homework, Test, Quiz, Class Participation, projects, group presentations, labs, and individual presentations.

Resources Used:  Biology the Dynamics of Life & Biology-(Author: Stephen Nowicki)

Modifications: Extra time will be given to complete some assignments. Students can report to the resource room for extra assistance and test.  Cooperative grouping will take place.

Week of August 8, 2016

Tuesday

1.  Journal- Who Am I?

2.  Discuss the syllabus

3.   Inquiring Minds

Wednesday

1.  Journal – My Goals for this school year

2.  Complete Inquiring Minds

3.  Student Folders/Numbers

Thursday

1.  Journal-My favorite Animal

2. Introductions

3.  Discuss Bubble Maps

4.  Team Sheet

Friday

1.  Journal- If I could be any animal, I  would be a______________________ (Why).

2.  Taxonomy

3.  Textbooks

Week of August 15, 2016

Monday

1.  Journal- What is lab safety?

2.  Watch Lab Safety Video

3. Lab Safety Equipment

Tuesday

1.  Journal- What I consider the most important safety rule(Why)

2.  Watch Lab Safety Video

3.  Lab Safety Equipment Sheet

Wednesday

1.  Journal-  Name and explain the uses of five types of lab equipment.

2.  Review lab safety and lab equipment

3.  Lab Safety Word Search

4. Scavenger Hunt -Science Lab

Thursday

1.  Journal- I am just like a _______________. Name the animal. (Explain)

2.  Quadrants. (1.1)

3.  Crossword Puzzle

Friday

1.  Journal- Choose your own science topic

2. Lab Safety Test

Week of August 22, 2016

Monday

1.  Journal- Why things do we study in biology?

2.  Quadrants 1.2 & 1.3

Tuesday

1.  Journal- Characteristics of Living Things

2. Take notes on 1.1

3.  Discuss 1.1

Wednesday

1.  Journal- Can we live in isolation? (Why or Why not)

2.  Taxonomy 1.1

3. Complete 1.1 notes

Thursday

1.  Journal- What is the most important organ system of the body?(Explain)

2.  Discussed 1.1

3. Complete 1.1 Taxonomy

Friday

1.  Journal-What is the least important organ system of the body? (Explain)

2. Chapter 1  Vocabulary Test

Week of August 29, 2016

Monday

1.  Journal- What system do you know the most about?

2. 1.1 Reinforcement/Study Guide

Tuesday-

1.  Journal – What is the difference between a law and a theory?

2.  Video- Scientific Method

Wednesday

1.  Journal-Why is Ethics important in science?

2.   Quiz on 1.1

3. Read 1.2/1.2 taxonomy

Thursday

1.  Journal-Scientific Method

2. Complete 1.2 taxonomy

3. Take Notes on 1.2

Friday

1.  Journal-If I was a scientist, I would create a cure for____________. (Why)

2.  M&M Experiment

3. Vocabulary Crossword

Week of September  5

Monday

No school

Tuesday

1.Journal- How has the advancement in technology helped the field of Biology?

2.  Complete 1.2 Taxonomy

3.  Read 1.3 and Answer the section assessment questions in complete sentences.

Wednesday

1. Journal- Answer questions (1-5) on page 28

2.  Team – Taxonomy

Thursday

1.Journal-Amswer questions (6-10) page 28

2. Take Notes on 1.3

3. Work on Scientific Method Sheet

Friday

1. Journal-None

2. 1.2&1.3 Reinforcement/Study guide

Week of September 12, 2016

Monday

1 .Journal-Page 29 (15- 20)

2. Write 25 facts about chapter 1.

Tuesday

1. Journal-Free

2. ACT ASPIRE

Wednesday

1. Journal- Reflection on Chapter 1

2. Review for Chapter 1

Thursday

1.Journal- Why are cell phone exploding?

2. Chapter 6 Quadrants

Friday

1. Journal- Choose your own science topic

2. Chapter 1 Test

Week of September 19, 2016

Monday

1. Journal- Describe the structure of an atom

2. 6.1 Quadrants

Tuesday

1. Journal- What is the difference between an acid and a base?

2.6.2& 6.3 Quadrants

Wednesday

1. Journal- Compare and Contrast Mixtures and Solutions

2. Copy the chart on page on page 142

3. Complete Quadrants

Thursday

1.Journal- What are isotopes? Explain

2. Taxonomy 6.1

Friday

1. Journal Check

2. Taxonomy-6.1

3. Take notes on Atoms and their interactions-6.1

Week of September 26, 2016

Monday

1. Journal- Explain Diffusion

2. Quiz on The Elements that make up the human body

3.Complete 6.1 Notes

Tuesday

1. Journal-Isotopes of Elements

2. Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle

3. Complete 6. 1  Notes

Wednesday

1. Journal- Problem Solving Lab on page 145

2. Chapter 6 Vocabulary Test

3. 6.1 Word Search

Thursday

1.Journal-check

2. 6.1 Study Guide and Reinforcement

Friday

1. Journal-None

2. Mixture and Solution Lab

October 4, 2016

Monday

1. Journal- How is water polar?

2. Atoms and Their Electrons Video/Review Sheet

Tuesday

1. Journal- Hydrogen Bonds

2. Take Notes on 6.1

Wednesday

1. View a video on graphing

2. Graphing Practice-Mother/Fetus Weight Gain

Thursday

1. Complete 6.1 Notes

2. 6.1 Reinforcement

Friday

1. Review 6.1

2. Tornado/Hurricanes-Video

Week of October 10,2015

Monday-Teacher Workday

Tuesday

1. Journal- Why are these macromolecules important to humans-Nucleic Acids, Carbohydrates, and Lipids

2. Read 6.2/6.3- Do a taxonomy using the information given.

Wednesday

1. Journal-None- New Assigned Seats given

2. Complete 6.2/6.3 taxonomy

Thursday

1. Journal-Water and It’s importance

2. Mini Lab page 151- acids and bases

Friday

Homecoming Activities

Week of October 17, 2016

Monday

1. Journal- None

2. Take 6.2 Notes

Tuesday

1.Journal-Page 168 (1-5)

2. 6.2 Reinforcement

Wednesday

1. Journal- Page 168 (6-10)

2. 6.1 Quiz

Thursday

1. Journal- Page 168 (11-16)

2. 6.3 Notes

Friday

1.Journal Check

2. 6.3 Reinforcement

Week of October 24, 2016

Monday

1. Journal- Summarize 6.3.

2. 7.1 Quadrants

Tuesday

1. Journal-Summarize 6.1

2. 7.2 Quadrants

Wednesday

1. Journal-None

2. Chapter 6 Test

Thursday

1. Journal-The Cell Theory

2. Read and do a taxonomy with 7.1.

3.  Reviewed Chapter 6

Friday

1. Journal-Distinguish between the scientists related to cells and microscopes(6 scientists).

2. Complete 7.1 Taxonomy

Week of October 31, 2016

Monday-Halloween

1.Journal- How is science connected to Halloween

2. Video-Predator

Tuesday

1. Journal-Two Basic types of Cells -Prokaryotes/Eukaryotes

2.  Complete 7.1 Taxonomy-Create a test

Wednesday

1.Journal- How did microscopes help with our knowledge of cells?  How did microscopes advance of time?

2. 7.1 Reading

3. 7.1 Word Search

Thursday

1.Journal-What are the functions of the plasma membrane?

2. Take notes on 7.1

Friday

1.Journal- Choose your own science topic

2.  Take Notes on 7.1.

3.  7.1 Study Guide Reinforcement

Week of November 7, 2016

Monday

1. Journal-Phospholipid Bilayer

2. Discuss 7.1 taxonomy/create a test-make corrections

3. 7-3 Quadrants

Tuesday

1.Journal-Compare and Contrast the plant and animal cell.

2. 7.3 Quadrants

Wednesday

1.Journal-Structure of the Plasma Membrane

2. 7.1/7.2 Vocabulary test

3. Taxonomy 7.2

Thursday

1. Journal Check

2. Complete 7.2 Taxonomy

Friday

Veterans Day!!!!!

Week of the November 14, 2016

Monday

1. Journal-None

2. Complete 7.2 Facts

Tuesday

1. Journal-None

2. 7.2 Quiz/Facts

3. Vocabulary Crossword

Wednesday

1. Journal-None

2. Take 7.2 Notes

Thursday

1. Journal-None

2. 7.2 Plasma Membrane Test

Friday

1. Journal-None

2. 7.3 Vocabulary Test

Week of November 28, 2016

Monday

1. Journal-Nucleus & Cell Control

2. 7.3 Taxonomy

Tuesday

1.Journal- Assembly Transport and Storage Read and Summarize 181-183

2.  Complete 7.3 Taxonomy

Wednesday

1.Journal- Organelles that are connected to Energy

2. Work on 3D cell

3. Chapter 7 Test

Thursday

1. Journal-Organelles for support and Movement

2. Work on 3D cell

Friday

1. Journal-None

2. Work on 3D Cell

Week of December 5, 2016

Monday

1. Present Cell Projects

Tuesday

1. Choose two organelles and explain why they are the most important organelles

2. Semester Exam Study Guide

Wednesday

1.Semester Exam Study Guide

Thursday

1.Semester Exam Study Guide

2. Review for the semester exam

Thursday

1.Semester Exam Study Guide

2.Review for the semester exam

Friday

Review for the Semester Exam

Week of December 12. 2016

Semester Exams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biology Syllabus

 

Instructor: Mrs. A Washington

 

Text: 1,  Biology The Dynamics Of Life   2.  Biology- Author: Stephen Nowicki 

Course Description:    Biology is a required, inquiry-based course focused on providing all high school students with foundational life science content about the patterns, processes and interactions among living organisms.

Purpose: The course is designed to include scientific knowledge emphasizing in depth the study of the strands of structure and function of living systems while viewing diversity, adaptation, heredity, and reproduction of organisms and the study of their environments.

Materials: Students will need the following materials: Notebooks, College rule paper, Blue/Black pen, Pencil, Folder, Color Pencils, and Markers. Students are required to bring their Textbooks, Journals, Notebooks, and Writing Utensils daily!

Fees: All students are ask to pay a $10.00 science fee.

Assessments: Quizzes, Homework, Class work, Class Participation, Notebook Check, Notebook Test, Lab Assignments, News Article Summaries, Journals/ Bell Ringers, and Reports/Projects

Grading Procedures: To Communicate your progress to your parents / guardians, a progress report will be issued at the end of 4 ½ weeks and a report card will be issued at the end of the nine week period.

All points for assignments and tests will be totaled at the end of the grading period. There are usually three to five chapter test administered during a nine weeks period in addition to the other forms of assessments listed above.

The nine week grades will reflect a variety of formal and informal assessments. Gold Assignments (60%) – consist of test, announced quizzes, notebooks, journals, & nine week projects. Silver assignments (30%) – consist of group projects, news articles, & homework assignments. Bronze (10%) – consist of daily work, pop quizzes, etc…

At the end of the 1st and 3rd nine weeks, a comprehensive assessment may be administered to all biology students. This assessment will count as a major test grade. At the end of the 2nd and 4th nine weeks, a semester exam will be given. This assessment will be 20% of their grade.

Make up work: Test may be made up only if the student has an Excused absence. The student will be expected to make up the test as soon as he/she returns to school. It is board policy that within three days of the return from an absence The Student should arrange with the teacher to make up missed assignments.

Classroom Rules:

  1. Be on time. 2. Be prepared for class (bring textbook, journal, notebook, black/ blue pen).
  2. Do not get out of your seat with out permission. 4. Be courteous and respectful of others so that you do not hinder the learning process. 5. Do not touch items that do not belong to you (the teachers desk and chairs are off limits). 6. Abide by the dress code. 7. Turn homework in at the beginning of class. 8. No profanity.   9. The bell does not dismiss you; I do. 10. Place only the necessary materials for class on your desk. 11. No cell phone usage in class.  Cell phone usage without permission will lead to the cell phone being confiscated. The Cell Phone will be returned the following school day.

Consequences: School –wide discipline for class one violations

                                   *1st time- student conference after class

                                   *2nd time- parent contact (email, note, or phone call)

                                   *3rd time- assigned detention by teacher

Class one violations include but are not limited to: Dress code, No materials/Not prepared for class, class disturbances, sleeping in class, lack of cooperation, chronic tardiness, and violation of classroom rules. Continuation of class-one violations automatically become class-two violations and will result in intervention by the office. Class two violations include Hats, nuisance items such as ipods, cd-players, cards, etc., Defiance, Disrespect, Obscene Language or Materials, Vandalism.

 

Contact Information: Angela Washington, room D05

                                     awashington@shelbyed.k12.org

                                     (205) 682-7200