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ALGEBRA book: McGraw Hill Algebra(Texas Edition), 2016
GEOMETRY book: McGraw Hill Geometry (Texas Edition), 2016
Remind 101 App:
Group Study/Tutorial Times have changed! Sessions will be held on Tuesday AM, Thursday afternoon until 4:45 and/or by appointment. The setup is to 1st - work with others for support. 2nd - Use notes and the textbook. Finally, If all of this has been completed, students will ask Mrs. Cavazos' for additional support. The goal is to provide students with imperative study skills necessary for college level classes.
This form is meant to be read by student and parent/guardian together so that both parties understand the courses. E-signature required
Welcome! To be successful in this class, students MUST
*Complete all work (even if not collected for a grade).
*Subscribe to Ms. Cavazos' webpage, google classroom, and REMIND 101
*Work independently & in groups/partnerships
*Be a self-starter
*Be willing to try new methods and push yourself
*Use outside resources including but not limited to: textbooks, Khan Academy, web sources, etc
*Study! In groups, partners and individually
The skills listed above are also necessary in Colleges and Universities. Practice them now and make college that much easier!!
All assignments including homework are to be done in pencil only. All work must be shown to receive credit to the assignment. (this is also true for tests, quizzes and classwork). A zero result if no work is shown. See Pre Ap contract for details
All assignments must have a correct heading and title for full credit.
Heading (top right hand corner of page):
First and last name, class number (given in class)
Above the first line of your page must be the title: page number and problem numbers
The calendar will be posted online through my, Ms.Cavazos', website and in the classroom for all homework assignments and for scheduled tests/quizzes. It is your responsibility to check the calendar. Reminders and updates will also be available on the website so check it as often as you can. Topics and dates are subject to change. For any questions email me at
**Remember**: "Grades are not given, they are earned!"
Grades are based on the following scale:
Daily:(45% of the nine weeks grade) We will have scheduled and pop quizzes on occasion. There will be a written homework assignment everyday. Written assignments are due the next day at the beginning of class. The teacher will use a variety of methods to evaluate homework. Homework should always have the problem, the work shown to solve the problem, and the answer to the problem. Please box or highlight your answers. EOC/SAT problems may be included as part of the homework.
Late work is HIGHLY DISCOURAGED. Although you are in middle school, you are in a HIGH SCHOOL course. The expectation is that assignments will be turned in ON TIME EVERY TIME.
Major: (55% of the nine weeks grade): This may include projects and tests. Major tests may contain multiple choice questions, true or false questions, matching questions, and/or show all applicable work type questions. Tests may be timed and AP formatted in a calculator and non-calculator section to prepare students for AP Statistics or PAP Pre-Calculus graduation plans.
Retests are given if 50% or more of the students do not demonstrate mastery on any given test. Re-evaluation may include, but is not limited to, oral examination, special assignment sheets, special homework assignments, or a formal test. Students who score 79 or below on a major test or project can reassess for a maximum resulting in a maximum score of 80%. Reteaching in the form of tutorials (45 minutes) is required before retesting.
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