Class Policies and Procedures
• Math Notebooks: 2 notebooks total – one 3-ring binder notebook (class notes worksheets, handouts, and class activities) and one spiral notebook (book homework).
The class notes notebook (3-ring binder) will be maintained as follows;
1. Used to keep all class note worksheets, class activities and other handouts.
2. Will be divided and organized by chapter in order of assignment.
3. When absent, students are responsible for obtaining missed notes.
4. Class notes notebook will graded by chapters on the test. The notebook will be collected the day of each test and graded.
The homework notebook (spiral notebook) will be maintained as follows;
1. Heading on the top of the first page of a homework assignment. Heading shall include assignment chapter, problems assigned, name, period and date.
2. Show all work to receive credit for homework assignments. Work must be neat and organized.
3. Homework will be checked at the beginning of class when assigned.
• Graphing Calculator (GDC): TI-84 required for class everyday.
1. Solutions found from a graphic display calculator (GDC) must be supported by suitable work.
2. Use in class, on quizzes and tests.
3. Conditions of use during quizzes and tests.
- The RAM memory must be reset or initialized (no notes allowed on the calculator).
- Only approved flash Apps remain in the calculator (Finance, CtlgHelp).
- Calculators maybe randomly checked during quizzes and tests. Students found
with unauthorized Items on their calculators will be deemed cheating and receive a zero.
• Students are required to bring their notebooks and calculator to class each day. Failure to
do so will affect your ability to complete this course satisfactorily.
Restroom passes are only to be used for their stated purpose and should normally take about 5 minutes. Only one person at a time will be allowed to go to the restroom. A restroom pass will be posted, just go and return the pass. You do not have to ask permission. The restroom pass cannot be used during any test or quiz, until it has been completed and turned in. Restroom passes are a privilege. If a student abuses their restroom privileges, then they lose them.
IAW the student code of conduct and ATC student handbook, forbidden devices include, but are not limited to laptops, tablets, iPods, mp3 players, headphones/earbuds, smart watches and cell phones. These devices are required to be turned off and out of sight upon entering the classroom. Consequences; 1st offense – warning, 2nd offense – confiscated and turned into office, 3rd offense – confiscated and referral. Any tablets, smart watches or cell phones out and in sight during a quiz or test will be considered cheating and will result in a zero and be confiscated.
#1- Be prepared for class.
#2- Do not disrupt the class (talking, horseplay, joking around, etc.).
#3- Remain in assigned seat.
#4- Participate in all class activates (note taking, working problems, etc.).
#5-Class starts and ends IAW the bell schedule.
Consequences of breaking the above rules are IAW the ATC student handbook.
Note: Please refer to the Atlantic Technical High School Student Handbook for a complete explanation of school policies regarding late schoolwork, the Honor Code, Dress Code, etc.
District Policies can be found at the Broward County Public Schools Code Book for Student Conduct: http://bcps.browardschools.com/codeofconduct.asp.