Texas State University
Conference Period: 4th Period, 11:16-12:08
Units to be covered in our Springboard Math Curriculum:
Unit 1: Number Concepts Unit 5: Geometric Concepts
Unit 2: Integers Unit 6: Data Analysis
Unit 3: Expressions and Equations Unit 7: Personal Financial Literacy
Unit 4: Ratios
Homework: Homework will be assigned weekly. It will be assigned every Monday and due every Friday. Homework is an essential practice required for success.
Quizzes/Tests: Quizzes will be given throughout each unit. Any quiz or assessment may be corrected.
Corrections: All quizzes or assessments may be corrected to receive half credit back for each wrong problem. All corrections must be done on a separate sheet of paper. In order for credit to be earned, corrections must be completed in a timely manner.
Parent/Guardian Communication: For any question or concern, please contact me at email@example.com. Due to our classroom duties, emails will receive the fastest reply. Conferences are available upon request. If would like to request a face-to-face or phone conference, please email me with a requested date or time. Please sign up for Remind101 and Parent Portal for student updates.
Late/Missing Work: Students are responsible for completing any missing assignments within one week of the due date. No late work will be accepted in the last 3 days of the grading period.
Classroom Rules/Expectations: Respect your classmates, the classroom, and yourself.
Absences: Students are responsible for collecting work and notes missed. All absent work must be submitted in a timely manner based on days absent.
Progress Reports: Progress reports will be sent home regularly. Parents will be notified via a Remind101 update that progress reports are being sent home. For the most up to date information on grades, please sign up for Parent Portal.
Supplies/Materials Needed For Class:
- 1 Take Home Folder
- A spiral notebook
- A composition notebook
- Pencils (daily)
Requested Materials: (NOT REQUIRED)
- Glue sticks
- Dry erase markers
- Box of Tissues
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