7th Grade Math
Ms Rosie Gillispie
2017-2018 Class Syllabus
I would like to welcome you to the 2017-2018 school year! I am looking forward to a wonderful year of hard work and a lot of learning! This syllabus contains all of the information you will need to know for my class. If you have any questions then please email or call me. Thank you, Ms Gillispie
I encourage all parents to register for an active parent account that allows you access to your child's grades online at any point. The registration form may be printed off the Madison County School District website. madison-schools.com
Rules: 1) Be seated when the bell rings with all needed materials/supplies.(i.e. sharpened pencils, math binder, paper, workbook, and all other applicable supplies)
2) Permission must be given from the teacher before you may leave your desk
or speak out.
3) NO eating, drinking, chewing gum, or personal grooming allowed.
4) Follow all the rules given by those in authority and/or in the handbook.
5) Respect yourself, teacher, peers, and those you come in contact with.
Consequences: 1) Warning
2) Minor Infraction 1/ Re-teach expectations
3) Minor Infraction 2/ Contact parent
4) Minor Infraction 3/ Contact parent and alternate assignment5) Major Office Referral
**A phone call home or email may occur at any point.**
**A serious offense will result in an immediate MAJOR office referral.**
Supplies:Supplies: 1 inch binder for math only, four-function calculator, protractor, composition notebook, loose-leaf paper only (no spiral notebooks), pencils, red and blue pens, colored pencils, hi-liters, and either a hand-held pencil sharpener if using wood pencils or plenty of lead for mechanical. These supplies must be with the students at all times.
*ALL WORK MUST BE COMPLETED IN PENCIL UNLESS TOLD OTHERWISE. ANY WORK DONE IN PEN WILL RESULT IN MINUS 10 PTS.*
**NO NAME ON A PAPER WILL RESULT IN MINUS 10 POINTS.**
I do not accept late homework or class work assignments. All assignments are due at the beginning of your scheduled math class. It is your responsibility to bring your assignments to class on time and complete.
Notes: You will be required to take notes in my class. The notes will be used as examples to help you complete homework, class work, and study for tests. If you are absent, you need to copy any missed notes from a dependable student when you return. It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to make sure you get missed notes.
Homework: Homework is an opportunity for you to practice what you learned in class. It will be assigned every night, due the next time you are in class, and will be checked. It is required that you write the problems and show your work and answer for each problem in order to receive full credit unless told otherwise.
Tests: Each test will consist of questions from the current standards being studied as well as from previously taught standards.
Absent: You have the number of days you are absent from class plus one to make up any missed homework, class work, or quizzes. After the allotted time a grade of zero (0) will be placed in the grade book. Tests are the only exception. Missed handouts can be found in the folders on the wall. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE UP ANY WORK THAT IS MISSED.
Grades: Major tests count 67% (2/3) of the 9 weeks average. Homework, daily work, class work, quizzes, etc… count 33% (1/3) of the 9 weeks average.Using the restroom and getting water are to occur between classes and not during class time.
I am looking forward to a great year!!!!
Ms. R. Gillispie