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Coach Kyle Stanford

Mississippi Studies

kyle.stanford@dcsms.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map Quiz

There will be a map quiz  once a week on Friday. 

 

Homework

Each week you are required to complete any homework assignments that are assigned.

Directions will be given when the homework is assigned

 

Grading Scale

            Nine weeks Test/Midterm/Final 20%

            Tests- 40%

            Homework/Classwork- 20%

            Quizzes-  20%

 

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NOTEBOOK

            You are required to bring a Social Studies notebook to class everyday. The notebook should be a three-prong binder.  All social studies items are to be kept in your notebook.  No other subject area should be in your Social Studies notebook.

 

 

NEEDED SUPPLIES

            Pen or pencil

            Three ring notebook

            Loose-leaf paper

           

 

 

CLASSROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS

 

  1. BE ON TIME!!

Students entering the classroom should go to their seat, sit down, and begin the assignment on the chalkboard.  There should be NO mingling around the classroom once you enter the door.

 

  1. GET OUT YOUT TEXTBOOK AND TURN TO THE DAY’S LESSON.

Homework will be checked everyday.  A homework grade will be given on Fridays. 

 

  1. BRING REQUIRED MATERIAL TO CLASS EVERYDAY.

A pen or pencil, loose-leaf paper, and three ring binders.  If a student fails to bring supplies discipline procedures will start at step one.

 

 

 

 

  1. DO NOT DISRUPT THE LEARNING PROCESS.

There will be none of the following:

Talking without permission; if you have a question, ask me not your neighbor.

 

Getting out of your seat without permission

 

Making unnecessary noise or comments

 

Disrespecting administrators, staff members, or peers.

 

Writing, reading, or passing notes that are not assigned

 

  1. OBEY ALL DISTRICT, SCHOOL, AND CLASSROOM POLICIES.

CONSEQUENCES FOR RULE INFRACTIONS

 

When an infraction occurs, the student(s) will write the infraction rule 100 times.  If the student fails to bring in the writing on the following day, the writing number will increase by 50 extra sentences.  If on the third day, the student does not turn in the writing he/she will be will be assigned two days of break detention.  If they do not serve the break detention they will be written up and sent to an administrator.

 

Any behavior considered extreme, such as profanity, fighting, derogatory comments, endangerment of others, sexual harassment, blatant cheating on test, homework, or exams, will be referred to the school administrators for disciplinary actions.  NO WARNINGS OR MINOR CONSEQUENCES WILL BE GIVEN IN EXTREME CASES!!!!

 

All behavioral infractions and consequences will be documented in my disciplinary journal.

 

I expect all students to treat everyone with respect and come to school ready to learn every day.  They should expect the same from me every day as well.  I will always treat them with respect and I expect them to show the same respect to me, every student, and every other member of the facility.

 

 

Coach Stanford

kyle.stanford@dcsms.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Stanford’s Classroom procedures 

 

1. If you miss a day, or more than one day of class

  1. When you are absent:
    1. It is you responsibility to make up all work that is missed.
    2. If you are absent, do not come to me and ask, “Coach Stanford, did I miss anything?” If you miss a day, you did miss something. The assignment for the week will be on the board.  If you miss consecutive days and the assignments are no longer on the board ask me and I will give them to you.

                                               i.     If you have your parents call the school and request work, I will make sure that they get the assignment.

 

If you need to go to the bathroom, or leave class

a.     Please raise you hand to receive permission to leave the classroom. I may say yes, or no. Please do not be angry. The first time I get a chance I will let you go. DO NOT STAND WITHOUT PERMISSION!

a.     I will not let you go to the bathroom everyday, there is ample time to go the bathroom between classes and at break.

b.     Please raise your hand before you speak. Do not talk without permission!

·      Asking a question: Please do not speak without raising your hand.

o   If you do have a question, please raise your hand and wait until I call your name.

·      If you do not understand something

o   If you do not understand something when I say, “are you with me,” or “do you understand,” then please raise your hand and ask politely for me to explain what you do not understand.

·      Turning in your homework

o   On Friday have you homework out when you enter the room.  I will either walk around the room and check it or have you pass it up depending on the assignment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Kyle Stanford

Mississippi Studies

kyle.stanford@dcsms.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map Quiz

There will be a map quiz  once a week on Friday. 

 

Homework

Each week you are required to complete any homework assignments that are assigned.

Directions will be given when the homework is assigned

 

Grading Scale

            Nine weeks Test/Midterm/Final 20%

            Tests- 40%

            Homework/Classwork- 20%

            Quizzes-  20%

 

.

 

 

NOTEBOOK

            You are required to bring a Social Studies notebook to class everyday. The notebook should be a three-prong binder.  All social studies items are to be kept in your notebook.  No other subject area should be in your Social Studies notebook.

 

 

NEEDED SUPPLIES

            Pen or pencil

            Three ring notebook

            Loose-leaf paper

           

 

 

CLASSROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS

 

  1. BE ON TIME!!

Students entering the classroom should go to their seat, sit down, and begin the assignment on the chalkboard.  There should be NO mingling around the classroom once you enter the door.

 

  1. GET OUT YOUT TEXTBOOK AND TURN TO THE DAY’S LESSON.

Homework will be checked everyday.  A homework grade will be given on Fridays. 

 

  1. BRING REQUIRED MATERIAL TO CLASS EVERYDAY.

A pen or pencil, loose-leaf paper, and three ring binders.  If a student fails to bring supplies discipline procedures will start at step one.

 

 

 

 

  1. DO NOT DISRUPT THE LEARNING PROCESS.

There will be none of the following:

Talking without permission; if you have a question, ask me not your neighbor.

 

Getting out of your seat without permission

 

Making unnecessary noise or comments

 

Disrespecting administrators, staff members, or peers.

 

Writing, reading, or passing notes that are not assigned

 

  1. OBEY ALL DISTRICT, SCHOOL, AND CLASSROOM POLICIES.

CONSEQUENCES FOR RULE INFRACTIONS

 

When an infraction occurs, the student(s) will write the infraction rule 100 times.  If the student fails to bring in the writing on the following day, the writing number will increase by 50 extra sentences.  If on the third day, the student does not turn in the writing he/she will be will be assigned two days of break detention.  If they do not serve the break detention they will be written up and sent to an administrator.

 

Any behavior considered extreme, such as profanity, fighting, derogatory comments, endangerment of others, sexual harassment, blatant cheating on test, homework, or exams, will be referred to the school administrators for disciplinary actions.  NO WARNINGS OR MINOR CONSEQUENCES WILL BE GIVEN IN EXTREME CASES!!!!

 

All behavioral infractions and consequences will be documented in my disciplinary journal.

 

I expect all students to treat everyone with respect and come to school ready to learn every day.  They should expect the same from me every day as well.  I will always treat them with respect and I expect them to show the same respect to me, every student, and every other member of the facility.

 

 

Coach Stanford

kyle.stanford@dcsms.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Stanford’s Classroom procedures 

 

1. If you miss a day, or more than one day of class

  1. When you are absent:
    1. It is you responsibility to make up all work that is missed.
    2. If you are absent, do not come to me and ask, “Coach Stanford, did I miss anything?” If you miss a day, you did miss something. The assignment for the week will be on the board.  If you miss consecutive days and the assignments are no longer on the board ask me and I will give them to you.

                                               i.     If you have your parents call the school and request work, I will make sure that they get the assignment.

 

If you need to go to the bathroom, or leave class

a.     Please raise you hand to receive permission to leave the classroom. I may say yes, or no. Please do not be angry. The first time I get a chance I will let you go. DO NOT STAND WITHOUT PERMISSION!

a.     I will not let you go to the bathroom everyday, there is ample time to go the bathroom between classes and at break.

b.     Please raise your hand before you speak. Do not talk without permission!

·      Asking a question: Please do not speak without raising your hand.

o   If you do have a question, please raise your hand and wait until I call your name.

·      If you do not understand something

o   If you do not understand something when I say, “are you with me,” or “do you understand,” then please raise your hand and ask politely for me to explain what you do not understand.

·      Turning in your homework

o   On Friday have you homework out when you enter the room.  I will either walk around the room and check it or have you pass it up depending on the assignment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Kyle Stanford

Mississippi Studies

kyle.stanford@dcsms.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map Quiz

There will be a map quiz  once a week on Friday. 

 

Homework

Each week you are required to complete any homework assignments that are assigned.

Directions will be given when the homework is assigned

 

Grading Scale

            Nine weeks Test/Midterm/Final 20%

            Tests- 40%

            Homework/Classwork- 20%

            Quizzes-  20%

 

.

 

 

NOTEBOOK

            You are required to bring a Social Studies notebook to class everyday. The notebook should be a three-prong binder.  All social studies items are to be kept in your notebook.  No other subject area should be in your Social Studies notebook.

 

 

NEEDED SUPPLIES

            Pen or pencil

            Three ring notebook

            Loose-leaf paper

           

 

 

CLASSROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS

 

  1. BE ON TIME!!

Students entering the classroom should go to their seat, sit down, and begin the assignment on the chalkboard.  There should be NO mingling around the classroom once you enter the door.

 

  1. GET OUT YOUT TEXTBOOK AND TURN TO THE DAY’S LESSON.

Homework will be checked everyday.  A homework grade will be given on Fridays. 

 

  1. BRING REQUIRED MATERIAL TO CLASS EVERYDAY.

A pen or pencil, loose-leaf paper, and three ring binders.  If a student fails to bring supplies discipline procedures will start at step one.

 

 

 

 

  1. DO NOT DISRUPT THE LEARNING PROCESS.

There will be none of the following:

Talking without permission; if you have a question, ask me not your neighbor.

 

Getting out of your seat without permission

 

Making unnecessary noise or comments

 

Disrespecting administrators, staff members, or peers.

 

Writing, reading, or passing notes that are not assigned

 

  1. OBEY ALL DISTRICT, SCHOOL, AND CLASSROOM POLICIES.

CONSEQUENCES FOR RULE INFRACTIONS

 

When an infraction occurs, the student(s) will write the infraction rule 100 times.  If the student fails to bring in the writing on the following day, the writing number will increase by 50 extra sentences.  If on the third day, the student does not turn in the writing he/she will be will be assigned two days of break detention.  If they do not serve the break detention they will be written up and sent to an administrator.

 

Any behavior considered extreme, such as profanity, fighting, derogatory comments, endangerment of others, sexual harassment, blatant cheating on test, homework, or exams, will be referred to the school administrators for disciplinary actions.  NO WARNINGS OR MINOR CONSEQUENCES WILL BE GIVEN IN EXTREME CASES!!!!

 

All behavioral infractions and consequences will be documented in my disciplinary journal.

 

I expect all students to treat everyone with respect and come to school ready to learn every day.  They should expect the same from me every day as well.  I will always treat them with respect and I expect them to show the same respect to me, every student, and every other member of the facility.

 

 

Coach Stanford

kyle.stanford@dcsms.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Stanford’s Classroom procedures 

 

1. If you miss a day, or more than one day of class

  1. When you are absent:
    1. It is you responsibility to make up all work that is missed.
    2. If you are absent, do not come to me and ask, “Coach Stanford, did I miss anything?” If you miss a day, you did miss something. The assignment for the week will be on the board.  If you miss consecutive days and the assignments are no longer on the board ask me and I will give them to you.

                                               i.     If you have your parents call the school and request work, I will make sure that they get the assignment.

 

If you need to go to the bathroom, or leave class

a.     Please raise you hand to receive permission to leave the classroom. I may say yes, or no. Please do not be angry. The first time I get a chance I will let you go. DO NOT STAND WITHOUT PERMISSION!

a.     I will not let you go to the bathroom everyday, there is ample time to go the bathroom between classes and at break.

b.     Please raise your hand before you speak. Do not talk without permission!

·      Asking a question: Please do not speak without raising your hand.

o   If you do have a question, please raise your hand and wait until I call your name.

·      If you do not understand something

o   If you do not understand something when I say, “are you with me,” or “do you understand,” then please raise your hand and ask politely for me to explain what you do not understand.

·      Turning in your homework

o   On Friday have you homework out when you enter the room.  I will either walk around the room and check it or have you pass it up depending on the assignment.

 


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