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                    Embracing the theory of positive discipline, we prefer to use problem solving rather than punishment to help children become successful students.
        Parent cooperation and support is crucial. Standards and expectation for behavior are explained  in every classroom.
        Students are expected to maintain the school-wide standards of
behavior which are based on the Big Six Principles. All students will be expected to follow these Big Six Principles.

        However, if there are infractions, there are consequences for the misconduct. Secondary School is where you learn, maybe for the first time, that your actions have consequences -- that if you make a mess, you have to clean it up. If you break it, you own it. In school, you make choices and have to live with whatever results. Go to class or don't go to class. Study or don't study. You decide; you live with the consequences.

        Students can expect to receive homework each History class period, on weekends and during vacations. Be consistent and conscientious.  Your careful study and written preparation for each class will guarantee success.

          All class assignments include both study and written work. Completing one without the other would be an incomplete work.  Study first, review any class notes, then do the written assignment.  Daily assignments should take no more than thirty minutes.  However, long-range assignments and preparation for exams may take longer.  Learn to budget your time.

        It is expected that the notebook will be kept in the manner that has  been prescribed. It will be collected and checked for a grade.
Participation is essential in developing language proficiency. As such, student participation is evaluated in every class.
The grade is determined by the effort that the student makes to use the second language regularly, not necessarily by the correctness of the use.

      This handouts (see attachments below) will help you (just my students) to understand  better what is expected of you in the Bilingual History or Geography class.      
      You are asked to read it carefully and then share it with your parents. And you are asked to keep this handout in your binder so you can refer to it throughout the year.

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