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HILLARIE COLEMAN & TAMMIE PITCAIRN GRADE 6 HISTORY/PE/ EXPO
OUR SCHEDULE Mrs. Coleman will be here Monday, Tuesday and every other Wednesday. Mrs. Pitcairn will be here every other Wednesday and every Thursday and Friday.
SCHOOL POLICIES No I-pods or other electronic devices While we strongly encourage students to keep i. Pads and other electronic tablets at home, students who choose to bring them will use them under the guidance of school staff, and San Elijo is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items. Cell phones are for use before and after school. If you have an emergency please contact the office.
SCHOOL POLICIES TARDIES Students must be in their assigned seats when the bell rings or they will be marked tardy. The 1 st and 2 nd tardies will result in a warning from the teacher, and will be recorded. Three or more offenses during a semester will result in detention assigned for each offense. After the fifth tardy, a Saturday School will be assigned. Excessive tardiness is referred to the Assistant Principals.
SCHOOL POLICIES Dress Code Violation Consequences: 1 st-Warning, change clothes and documentation 2 nd-Change clothes, lunch detention, copy of policy given to student, and parent notified 3 rd-Change clothes, 1 week of lunch detention, and parent notified 4 th-Change clothes, Saturday School, and parent notified 5 th-Change clothes, ISS, and parent notified 6 th-Suspension due to defiance and parent phone call
SCHOOL POLICIES No Gum 1 st- Lunch detention 2 nd-1 week of lunch detention, copy of policy given to student, and parent notified 3 rd-Saturday School and parent notified 4 th-ISS and parent notified 5 th-Suspension due to defiance and parent phone call
CLASS RULES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Follow directions the first time Bring all materials Respect people and property Keep hands, feet and objects to self No food or drink Follow all school rules School motto: “I am responsible for myself. ” Follow the Golden Eagle Rule: treat others as I wish to be treated
POSITIVES Raffle Tickets Classroom leadership position
CONSEQUENCES warning sign behavior log **ESCORT Parent contacted
HISTORY: ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS Semester 1: §Geography and Course Introduction §Early Cultures and Beginning of Agriculture §Early Civilizations or Mesopotamia, Egypt and Kush §Early Civilizations of India
HISTORY: ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS Semester 2 §Early Civilizations of China §Ancient Hebrews §Ancient Greece §The Development of Rome
HISTORY GRADING 25%: quizzes 45%: tests and projects 20%: homework and classwork 10%: community service (3 hours per semester)
HISTORY NOTEBOOK Students will be required to keep a history notebook where they will glue in all assignments, take notes, and store vocabulary cards. These notebooks will be checked every chapter and points will be given. It will be beneficial to have your own notecards, gluestick and scissors. You will need one 70 -80 page spiral notebook for each semester. DO NOT TEAR PAGES OUT OR USE FOR OTHER CLASSES!
HOMEWORK Homework may be assigned Monday. Thursday. Projects and reports may require extra time over weekends. Late work will not be accepted If you are absent you will have the same number of days to complete the assignment.
ONLINE TEXTBOOK You can access the entire textbook online. You can also access an audio version in English or Spanish http: //my. hrw. com Username: hcoleman 137 Password: eagles
MYGRADEBOOK Updated grades posted online: www. mygradebook. com Classword: period#-teacher-1112 §Ex. 1 -coleman-1112 §Expo/pe: 2 e-coleman-1112 (will be for expo) Password: ID
MATERIALS • 3 ring binder over 2” (anything less than this is too small!) • College ruled lined paper ( please no perforated, tear-out sheets) • Dividers for subjects • A red or purple pen for corrections • 2 pencils that work and have lead (regular #2) • 2 pens black, or blue • A highlighter, colored pencils, crayons, markers • A hand held pencil sharpener that catches the shavings • An eraser • Leisure reading book • Eagle Pass • Student Planner • 1 subject spiral notebook per semester • 3 x 5 cards • 1 box of tissues for classroom
COMMUNICATION You may check homework assignments, email teachers, and be in the know about SEMS through the school website: www. sanelijomiddle. org Click on the Faculty tab, click on Hillarie Coleman This will take you to our website
PE CURRICULUM 6 th grade will focus on the individual skills required to participate in an activity, as well as fitness activities. The goal of the PE department is to promote lifelong fitness. § Dance § Volley/strike skills § Dodge/Flee § throw/catch § Dribble/pass/score § Fitness
PE Must have shoes that tie. Must wear shorts or pants on PE days. Shirts must cover stomachs when hands are raised. Pants must stay up while running. Absences requires Sports Report
PE GRADING 50%: participation 50%: written work and skills test
EXPO CURRICULUM *Study Skills/Keyboarding/ 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens *Organization/Planner use *Art
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