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The links to the left offer information about individual classes as well as links to a variety of student resources. Below you will find links to overviews of each course and information that applies to all of my students, regardless of the specific class in which you may be enrolled. All students will be held responsible for knowing all of the material below.


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Student-Teacher Conferences     ««


Student-teacher conferences may be called by the student or the teacher. If the teacher calls for a student conference, you are EXPECTED to attend. Failure to do so will result in a detention and/or a parent-teacher conference for behavior. Subjects for a student-teacher conference include academic goals, student progress, and student behavior.


Parent-Teacher Conferences     ««


The student for whom the parent-teacher conference is being called is REQUIRED to attend the conference. A parent-teacher conference may be called at any time by the student, parent, or teacher. Subjects include academic goals, student progress, parental involvement, and student behavior.


There are two regularly-scheduled parent-teacher conferences each year. The first is in the fall and ALL students are required to attend. The second is in the late winter; students who are making adequate academic progress and who are receiving at least an "S" for work habits AND citizenship are not required to attend the second conference.


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