BRADLEY – Expectations Please read and sign

BRADLEY – Expectations
Please read and sign
1. Freedom implies responsibility.
 In order for other people to respect your rights, you must first respect theirs.
 Inappropriate behavior will result in zeros, a parent phone call and possibly an
administrative referral.
 If inappropriate behavior occurs during lab, lab privileges will be revoked.
 Cell Phones are to be kept in your backpack. If they are out, they will be
 Mp3 players or Ipods are only allowed during in-class work time!
2. Be prepared.
 Punctuality and good attendance are very important. According to school policy, you
will be dropped once you have accumulated 6 unexcused absences in a semester.
 Three tardies will count as an absence.
 Materials you will need everyday include a notebook, paper, calculator and a writing
3. You are responsible for your successes in life.
 I expect high quality.
 Your final grade will be an average of all worksheets, labs, quizzes, and tests.
100% - 90% = A
89% - 80% = B
79% - 70% = C
69% - 60% = D
Below 60%
 Absences must be excused within 24 hours. Following an excused absence, you will
have one day to turn in all missed work. It is your responsibility to find out what you
have missed. Occasionally other arrangements will be made for laboratory make-up
 Following an unexcused absence, you will be given the make-up work, but will not be
given credit for it.
 Tardiness is not acceptable! After 3 tardies, the student will be expected make-up
time during his/her free period for each tardy. ( This is in addition to counting as an
 Parents will be notified by phone call on the day of an absence. A letter will be sent
home at four absences. Parents have access to progress and attendance reports by
phone, 490-3050.
 A comprehensive semester final will be given. A student is finals exempt providing
she/ he:
 Has less than three absences in all classes.
 Has a “C” or better and is willing to accept that grade.
 Does not miss any class during finals week.
 If you need help, please ask! If you or your parents/guardians have questions or
concerns, feel free to contact me at 416-6159. I am also available before or after
school by appointment. If you are unable to reach me please leave a voice mail.
4. Sign here to indicate that you understand these expectations.