Homework, Textbooks and Grades
Homework is an essential element to success in school and should be completed on time. Students should have a "study buddy or homework buddy" to call when absent for more than one to three days. It is the student's responsibility to request homework and turn in late homework.
Requesting Homework When You are Absent
Parents may only request homework if a student is absent for more than three days. Contact the Counseling Office to request homework. Please allow the office 24 hours to collect your child's homework. Requested homework must be picked up in the Counseling Office. Homework cannot be faxed.
Note many teachers post homework on the website - visit Teacher Pages.
Textbooks should be covered at all times. TEXTBOOK LIST
Daily Progress Sheet (click here to download a copy)
Daily Progress Sheets can be used to monitor your student's progress daily on a class by class basis for attendance, homework, work habits and cooperation. "Daily's" should be filled out before school by your student, handed to the teacher at the beginning of the period and picked up by the student at the end of class.
TIP: Staple five together for the week & after three COMPLETE weeks, try Weekly Progress Sheets.
Weekly Progress Sheet (click here to download a copy)
Similar to the Daily Progress Report, Weekly Progress Sheets are circulated weekly by the student, with an additional place for an academic grade. "Weekly's" should be filled out before school by your student, handed to the teacher at the beginning of the period and picked up by the student at the end of class.
TIP: Circulate a "Weekly" on Thursday, just in case you need Friday to finish.
The Daily Planner contains all the information that you and your student will need to know about school with regards to procedures, expectations and rules. In addition, it includes a daily planner for students to write and track their assignments daily. Getting your planner filled out everyday can be a great incentive for students to do better and keep organized.