Assignment Expectations and Guidelines

Assignment Expectations

The teachers of Team Inspiration place a high emphasis on completing assignments. They help students practice a given skill or concept, help students be more prepared for class discussions and lectures, and teach students responsibility. When a student is absent from school, he/she must check the MyHomework App and each teacher's Google Classroom or Schoology site for missed work. When students are absent from school three days or more, their parents should contact Mr. Andrews for assignments and to coordinate pick up from the main office.

ASSIGNMENT COMPLETION POLICY:

We expect assignments to be completed when assigned. When they are not completed, the following consequences will apply:

1. Homework assignments that are not completed and turned in on the due date during the class period of the class can be completed for a maximum of 50% if turned in by the next day. If the assignment is not completed in that time period, the student will receive a zero. A citizenship point (See #4 below) will also be deducted for being unprepared for class.

2. Long term projects that are not turned in will result in a ten percent reduction in grade for each day past the due date. A citizenship point (See #4 below) will also be deducted for being unprepared for class.

3. This same policy will apply to all absent work not completed within the time requirements set forth in the student handbook.

4. As a team, we will keep track of the number of assignments students do not complete by using our citizenship logs. Students who demonstrate difficulty in completing assignments will be assigned to our AM Remediation Time to help them complete their assignments.

Completing Assignments Is The First Step To Having A Great Seventh Grade Year!

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