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Classroom Expectations and Procedures


College Prep 11 Mrs. Coleman
School Office Number: 310-214-3400
Email: kelsey_hoklotubbe@ecsonline.org
Office Hours: Mondays until 4:30pm or by appointment

Welcome back! The following information is to ensure that all students have the same opportunity in reaching
their goals and succeeding in this class.

Course Description:
The College Prep 11 theme for this year is identity, which entails figuring out who you are in this world and
how to present yourself to the world. We will focus on preparing for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), writing
personal narratives, and creating a personal website/portfolio. This class aims to prepare you for college,
which means sharpening the necessary skills for life after high school. This class is meant to both support
your areas of growth and challenge your current strengths. Its going to be a great year!

Supplies:
Student Agenda (available for purchase in main office)
College Ruled 1-Subject Notebook Need this by Thursday/Friday for points
A 2 Three-Ring Binder
Tabbed Subject Dividers (9)
Paper (8 1/2 x 11, college ruled)
Two pens (black or blue ink)
#2 pencils
Highlighters (at least 3 different colors)
Collegiate Dictionary (pocket-size)

Homework Policy:
Students will have an agenda where they will record their daily assignments and homework. Assignments will
be collected/graded on a weekly basis and entered into PowerSchool. Students may make up assignments
due to EXCUSED absences only.

Attendance:
Students are expected to be in class everyday. Students must be in their seats and ready to work by the time
the tardy bell rings. Excessive tardiness will result in consequences.

If you are absent, it is your responsibility to find out what you have missed. Check the Missed Work tray to
find out what was assigned during your absence. If you have an excused absent the day an assignment is
due, you are responsible for turning it in on your first day back to class or emailing it to me. If you are absent
on the day of a test you will have 2 days to make up the test outside of class time. Truancy (cutting or
ditching class) may NOT be made up.

Grades:
The following is the breakdown of grades for College Prep 11:
Learning Target 1: Academic Literacy 30%
Learning Target 2: College Readiness Goals 40%
Learning Target 3: Career Readiness Goals 15%
Learning Target 4: Organization/Work Habits 15%

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Students will receive a final mark at the end of each semester. There will be weekly progress reports given to
the student every week. Students, parents, and guardians may check grades on PowerSchool or before/after
class throughout the semester. Grades will be based on performance on formative and summative
assessments. The following scale will be used to determine grades (Please e-mail with questions or if you
need more clarification):

1.0 FAR BELOW BASIC: With help, a partial understanding of some of the simpler details and processes and
some of the more complex ideas and processes.

2.0 BELOW BASIC: There are no major errors or omissions regarding the simpler details and processes

2.5 BASIC: No major errors or omissions regarding 2.0 content and partial knowledge of the 3.0 content.

3.0 PROFICIENT: Student shows proficiency in content (varies by learning target)

4.0 ADVANCED: In addition to Score 3.0, in-depth inferences and applications that go beyond what was
taught.

Late Work Policy:
You will not be able to turn in late work for any classwork or homework. For larger projects, you may request
an extension through email or talking to me in person.

Behavior:
Drinks, candy, and gum are not allowed in class. Bottled water will be permitted. Food will be allowed, if
students do not distract others and if they respect their surroundings by picking up after themselves. Food is a
privilege that may be taken away at any time. There is absolutely no cursing in class. Cell Phones and IPods
are prohibited. Along with this, no headphones may be in your ears during class. If problem persists, there
will be further consequences. Parents: To contact your child, please contact the ECHS office.

Consequences:
Students who fail to meet classroom expectations will receive a consequence for their actions. Consequences
include written warnings, parent phone calls home, SRCs, or parent conferences.

Parent Participation:
It is imperative that parents participate in their childs education. Please assist me in the following manner:
Ask your child what they learned in class
Regularly check his/her agenda and PowerSchool for assignments and grades
Review the weeks work with your student

Parents can make an appointment to meet with me. I am available almost everyday. Please call at least 24
hours in advance to make an appointment in order to ensure that I am available to meet. If parents would like
to volunteer, please contact me for more information.

General Classroom Expectations:
Students must:
1. Be on time
2. Be prepared
3. Be respectful
4. Support their classmates





Binder Checks

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What: I will be checking your binder for specific teachers requests and overall organization.
Why: By keeping you accountable for maintaining your binder, I will assist you in your organizational
skills and further your progress towards overall academic success.
When: I will be doing binder checks roughly every two weeks.

Along with the necessary materials for each class, you should always have lined loose-leaf paper at the
end of your binder.

Agenda Checks

Along with Binder checks, I will also be checking that all students have utilized their agenda.
Students will be expected to write down:
Homework each day (if assigned)
Major projects, papers, assignments, etc.

Your first binder and agenda check will take place on: ________________________________
Monday, September 15
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Please cut off this bottom of the sheet and keep the rest of the syllabus for your records

Please return this sheet to me by ______________________________.

I will meet these expectations and follow these procedures.


Student Name: ______________________________________________


Student Signature: ____________________________________________


I have read the above procedures and expectations, and I will help my child throughout the year.


Parent/Guardian Name: ______________________________________________


Parent/Guardian Signature:____________________________________________