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Title: Trigonometry

  • Mr. Yost
  • 254-7317

  • W Wisdom The sum of learning through the ages
  • A Accountability An obligation or willingness
    to accept responsibility
  • R Respect Treating others as you would want to
    be treated. Understanding that all
    people have value as human beings
  • R Reliability Worthy of being depended on
  • I Integrity Being honest, trustworthy and
  • O Ownership Being responsible for your actions
  • R Responsibility Having a sense of duty to
    fulfill tasks with reliability,
    dependability, and commitment

Office Hours
  • Room 323/320
  • Before School 700 725
  • Lunch 1047 1125
  • 7th Block 113 245
  • After School 245 - (Depends on the Season)

Your ResponsibilitiesRespect and Ownership
  • Be respectful towards yourself and others
  • Be respectful to the equipment used in class
  • Have a good attitude
  • Do your OWN work and take pride in it

Food and DrinkAccountability and Respect
  • You may have food in class if it does not disturb
  • You may have water in a clear plastic container
  • NO, soda, coffee, etc

Electronic DevicesCell phones, ipods, mp3 players
  • Do not use them in class (Respect, Integrity)
  • Do not let me see them in class (Reliability)
  • If any electronic devise is seen, it will be
    taken by me and can be picked up at the end of
    the day (Accountability, Ownership)
  • Please make sure your cell phone is off when you
    come into class (Respect)

MaterialsAccountability and Reliability
  • Book
  • Paper and or Graph Paper
  • Pen/Pencil
  • Graphing Calculator

Classwork/HomeworkAccountability and Reliability
  • Homework will be assigned daily
  • Homework will be due the next day, following the
    completion of each section
  • Homework is graded on completion and on your
    effort. To receive full credit, it is expected
    that all parts of each question assigned are
  • Late work will be accepted by penalized (10
    percent drop/day). Late work will be accepted
    until the day of the chapter test, after that no
    work from the chapter will be accepted.

  • There is a possibility of a quiz everyday
  • Usually there will be a quiz every 2 to 4

Tests/Test Corrections Accountability,
Reliability, and Wisdom
  • There will be at least one test per chapter
  • You are allowed to make 3 test corrections per
    semester. The corrections must be done within 2
    days of getting your test back. You will earn
    half your points back that you missed. (This
    excludes the last test of the semester and the
    test over identities.
  • To take advantage of the test correction policy,
    you must have completed all your homework for
    that unit.

Grading ScaleWisdom
  • A 100 -90
  • B 89-80
  • C 79-70
  • D 69-60
  • F 59 0

Grade Break Down
  • Homework 15
  • Quizzes 25
  • Tests 60

Test Make-upResponsibility and Ownership
  • If you miss a quiz/test you have 2 days to make
    it up if the absences is excused
  • If the absences is unexcused no make up will be
  • All make up tests and quizzes must be done by
    appointment with Mr. Yost

Hall PassesAccountability
  • A hall pass will be taken whenever the classroom
    is left.
  • Please ask for permission
  • Do not make a habit of there will be limitations
    placed on an individual basis
  • No hall passes will be given the first or last 10
    minutes of class
  • If you are tardy to class you forfeit all pass

TardiesAccountability and Ownership
  • You will be allowed 2 free tardies per 9 weeks
    with no questions asked. After 2 tardies you
    will make up the same amount of time you were
    late immediately after class. After 5 tardies
    you will be referred to the office.
  • If you do not make up that time you will lose one
    percentage point for every tardy you do not make
  • If you are more than 15 minutes late to class it
    will be considered an absences.

Attendance PolicyAccountability and Ownership
  • 3rd Unexcused Absences 10 Grade Reduction
  • 4th Unexcused Absences 20 Grade Reduction
  • 5th Unexcused Absences 30 Grade Reduction
  • 6th Unexcused Absences 40 Grade Reduction
  • 7th Unexcused Absences 50 Grade Reduction

Attendance Reward PolicyAccountability and
  • If you have an A, are absent only 2 times, and
    have turned in all your homework, you may drop
    your lowest test grade for the quarter (not
    including the Final).
  • If you have a B, are absent only once, and have
    turned in all your homework, you may drop your
    lowest test grade for the quarter (not including
    the Final).
  • If you have a C, are not absent at all, and have
    turned in all your homework, you may drop your
    lowest test grade for the quarter (not including
    the Final).

Reward Policy Continued
  • There is no distinction between excused and
    unexcused absences for this reward policy.
  • School activity absences are not counted against
    you in this policy
  • 2 Tardies count as one absence in this reward
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