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Welcome to the class website for Mr. Byron's Science classes. 

On this site, you will find updates regarding homework, exams, projects, due dates, and other miscellaneous items or events from the class of the student in your care. 

If you are looking for a specific class, look at the tabs on the left hand side of the screen and select the tab that is most appropriate. 

If you have any comments, concerns, or questions for me regarding academic affairs, please feel free e-mail me at byrone@norwalkps.org.

Thank you for coming onto the website and staying updated! Best wishes to everyone for a productive and successful year.


 


GO BEARS!!

MY RULES AND EXPECTATIONS:

1. When the teacher or a student is addressing the class, students should give their undivided attention.
2. Respect the teacher’s and other students’ physical and academic property (see school policy for academic integrity for more detail).
3. Come to class prepared with all the necessary materials including but not limited to: pen, binder,  homework, calculator, and loose-leaf paper.
4. T
here is no food or drink allowed in the classroom other than a capped water bottle.

5. Follow the B.E.A.R.S. acronym inside and outside of class.



NORWALK HIGH SCHOOL'S CORE VALUES AND BELIEFS

Norwalk High School, a community of students, teachers, administrator and families, embraces its diversity and encourages intellectual curiosity.

We value a safe, accepting culture rooted in a rigorous, relevant curriculum rich with technology and artistic expression.

We must challenge students to become knowledgeable, ethical citizens capable of making independent and collaborative decisions in real-world settings.

We must prepare students for the social, civic, and technological demands of the 21st century in order to effectively participate in an ever-changing global society.

Academic Competencies:

· Students will demonstrate effective literacy skills by communicating through writing, reading and speaking.

· Students will be critical thinkers and effective problem solvers in real-world settings.

· Students will use technology ethically and effectively to enhance their learning.

Social Competencies:

· Students will work effectively as a collaborative member of a group.

· Students will participate responsibly in their education.

· Students will communicate an understanding and empathy for global perspectives.

Civic Competencies:

· Students will demonstrate the ability to be contributing members of their community.


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