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  1.  Cell Phones, iPods, tablets, and any other personal electronics are NOT allowed.  These devices are to be turned off or on silent while in class. Anyone caught using any electronic device during class will have their item taken.  Repeated offenses of electronic use will result in item being taken and given to administration. This item will only be returned to you or your parents at the end of the school day. This rule serves as your first warning. While it is possible that we use these devices at times for class activities (i.e. to access the internet or as calculators), it is unlikely, and such events will be dictated by the instructor.
  2. Cheating will NOT be tolerated.  Cheating is a SERIOUS offense; it is defined by the use of someone else’s work or ideas and claiming them as your own.  ***Remember to abide by school academic misconduct policies (refer to the Student Code of Conduct in the Student Handbook).  If you are caught engaging in academic misconduct of any kind, you will receive an “F” for the course.
  3. Be PROMPT.  Be on time when coming to class! If you arrive to class late, do not enter the classroom unless you have a pass from another teacher. If you do not have a pass, go to TCC and get a pass from there then return to class. Turn assignments in when due!
  4. Be PREPARED.  Bring appropriate materials to class.  This includes books, your notebook, a pen/pencil, and calculator if you own one. “We never plan to fail, we only fail to plan”.
  5. Be POSITIVE.  Everyone is at a different level of understanding, including yourself.  You have the ability to succeed, but you have to be positive in the face of adversity.  If you are struggling – ask for help.  The only stupid question is one you don’t ask!
  6. Be PRODUCTIVE.  Use your time efficiently to work on tasks.  The more you do here, the less homework you’ll have!
  7. BE POLITE.  Foul language and negative/inappropriate behavior will NOT be tolerated.  Nor will excessive talking and/or disruptive behavior.  This includes having respect for your instructor, peers, and yourself.  APS and RGHS policies regarding dress code, behavior, and use of inappropriate contraband will be STRICTLY adhered to.




Tardiness will be treated in reference to CHS policy – Students arriving after the tardy bell will be referred to TCC for an entrance slip to class – if you are coming late, do NOT come in without this pass, I will send you to the office.The only exception is students coming in with an agenda pass from their previous teacher, counselor, or the office – there is a system in place so that I am aware of students coming late from these areas AHEAD of time, do not attempt to fool me.


Otherwise, I have a strict three-strike policy.Any individual, who does not follow the outlined rules, will be subject to this policy with no exceptions:


  1. First Strike - Verbal warning to stop the behavior, stop talking, etc. Exception is electronic devices. (THIS SERVES AS YOUR FIRST WARNING!)
  2. Second Strike - I will either move you in the room for talking, or take your electronic device away if you are on your device.  Device taken may be retrieved from me at the end of class.
  3. Third Strike - You will be referred to the office.  Devices taken away may be picked up from the office at the end of the day. (This is to the discretion of the administration in charge.)




  1. All assignments are due on time.  This means at the BEGINNING of class on the date due.  Assignments received beyond 15 minutes after the bell rings are subject to a 10% (one letter grade) deduction per DAY (not class day) late.  That means if you are five days late, the highest grade you can receive is a 50% – that’s an F.  Please see syllabus regarding assignment due dates.  There are multiple systems in place to remind you of due dates, including but not limited to your syllabus, the monthly class calendar, and the week preview calendar.  There are NO EXCUSES for handing in assignments late.  If you are struggling with a due date – you may ask for an extension.  I do not guarantee that I will grant one, however, and such granting will be on a case by case basis.  Don’t ask me the day before it’s due – the answer will always be “No”.



  1. I WILL NOT answer emails over the weekend, during holidays, or while attending a conference.  DO NOT expect a reply during these times.  Additionally, I will not respond to emails after 10:00 pm in the evening.  Do not ask questions about an assignment the night before it is due.  If you have questions, ask them ahead of time; you have the syllabus at the beginning of the year, ask questions with enough time before a due date.  Stay on top of your assignments!


  1. Technical difficulties due to computer failure are not excuses for not submitting or requesting to submit an assignment late. The answer will always be NO.


  1. If you have an EMERGENCY question that DOES NOT pertain to an upcoming assignment, please contact me via email.


  1. Emergency situations will always be handled on an individual basis and the student should immediately contact the instructor. You must contact me within 24 hours no later. Further, giving birth, doctor’s appointments, going on vacation, work-related, doctor’s appointments, and shopping are not emergency situations. These are usually planned events and THEY WILL NOT EXCUSED.


  1. When using web-sites or internet sources, remain cautious as not all are creditable or reliable. Just because it is on-line does not mean that it is good research.


  1. Be flexible.  The syllabus may change if based on class needs.  Changes will be provided in writing as an annotation to the syllabus.


  1.  Any student requiring special accommodations or modifications of course activities, assignments, etc. because of a disability must contact the office and notify Mrs. Mabry ASAP.