Course Expectations 2013-2014

The following is a brief overview of the course expectations for my classes:
 

Course

 
Course Description
 

United States History

Overview:
This is a year long course which quickly reviews the first part of United States History and then covers U. S. History since 1877. This course will prepare you for the US History STAAR/EOC test which will be administered in May 2014. Passing this test is required for graduation.  Although there are no true prerequisites for this class, in general the student taking it is a Junior with background in the first half of U. S. History, World Geography and World History.
 
Textbook:
The textbook is The American Republic
 
Syllabus:
The course syllabus can be found by clicking here: US History Expectations   

North America

 
 
Behavioral Expectations
 

Course Rules

My rules are simple, but I will be consistent in enforcing them:
 
Be on time
Be prepared
Work hard and pay attention
Respect others
Respect the School and its Policies

Consequences for misbehavior

•May involve a number of consequences, but will usually follow this sequence:  reminder, warning, conference, detention, call home, referral to counselor or administrator.

SEVERE DISRUPTION--------------------Automatic Referral to Discipline Center
 
 
 

 

Last Modified on August 28, 2013