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  • 2018-2019 calendar 

    Algebra I


    Computer Programming and

    Software Development 








    End of the 3rd marking period

    March 25, 2019

    Keystone Algebra I testing

    May 13 and 14, 2019

Homework Section

  • Algebra I-Homework will be assigned almost daily to enrich and practice the lesson from class.  Homework will be checked daily and be a part of the student's grade.  Every once in awhile, an homework assignment will be collected and graded for accuracy.  Students not completing homework assignments could be required to attend Homework Center during lunch or before/after school.     

               -School 21 is an online resource that will be required for Algebra I students to complete for further reinforcement, remediation, and preparation for the Keystone Algebra I exam.  Information will be sent home throughout the year on this resource and its requirements.  


    Computer Programming and Software Development- The course will be in a blended format with work being required to be completed online, mini  and large projects throughout the course, and in-class activities.  Due dates will be very important to meet in this course. Homework can be in the form of completing online lessons outside of class to provide more time to work on projects and receive help in class.   

                -OW link 










Absence Procedures

  • 1. Get any missed notes from fellow classmates in your team.  

    2. Algebra I-Check team folder for needed worksheets or other pertinent information. Computer Programming and Software Development-check the website calendar

    3. Make-up time frame is based on the number of days absence and at most a week before receiving a zero.

    4. Quizzes and Tests will be expected to be made up within one day of absence.

    5. Make-ups are to be scheduled before school, after school, during study hall, or lunch.  Classtime is not used to make up work or tests.

Classroom News

  • Please bring me to class everyday!!

    Also bring:

    1) math notebook with completed homework

     (preferably a 2" binder with dividers and pockets)

    2) Calculator (does not have to be graphing)

    3) positive attitude to learn mathematics