Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, AP Chemistry, and Forensic Science
You are expected to abide by the principles of the North Cross Honor Code in all aspects of this course. We expect that you will not lie, cheat, or steal in this class (or anywhere else, for that matter). While the following list is certainly not comprehensive, it should serve as a reminder of acceptable (and unacceptable) practices in your science class. Read this list carefully. If you have any questions about these situations or any other circumstances that you may think of, please ask for clarification.
***cell phones must be placed in the basket on the front table at the beginning of each class period. Failure to do so will be considered an honor violation***
· work together on any homework or class work assignment unless otherwise specified by Mrs. Landry.
· work collaboratively with fellow students when authorized to do so on papers, projects, and activities.
· study together and use one another’s notes (with the owner’s permission) before quizzes and tests.
Students may not:
· assign each person in the group a certain number of questions, problems, or activities, then compile those activities to turn in as a single whole assignment
· cut and paste any part of a web site from the internet into your assignment and call it your own work.
· purchase a pre-written essay, lab, etc. from a company on the Internet and call it your own work.
· practice any type of plagiarism, including, but not limited to, copying a homework assignment, lab report, paper, quiz or test.
· use another lab group’s data without permission from the teacher.
· tell members of other sections of this class about the specifics of tests and quizzes that they have not yet taken.
· take the class notes or the textbook of another student without his or her permission.
Please Sign: ______________________________________