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Lori Wright's HomepageLori WrightGovernment/Economics TeacherPhone # (928) 773-8200 ext 6416E-mail email@example.com Class Schedule1. Gov/Econ2. Gov/Econ3. Prep4. Gov/Econ5. Co-Gov/Econ6. Co-Gov/EconAdvisementWednesday 10:40-11:30Class Policies
What This Means . . .
Be ready to learn when class begins.
Have materials (a folder or binder) every day with you and know due dates.
Be a polite and positive participant.
Speak in a normal tone of voice, and listen attentively. You have a right to privacy and are not required to share your own political views.
Everyone should be treated with respect. It’s OK to hear viewpoints different to your own. Students have the right to their own opinions and should feel safe and respected.
Turn in work on time and always do your best. Come to class prepared to stay.
Be a problem solver.
Correct problems quickly and peacefully before they escalate.
CHS & FUSD POLICIES
Students who choose not to follow the rules as outlined by the teachers, Coconino high school and the Flagstaff Unified School District will be subject to the consequences as outlined by Coconino High School & FUSD.
Students are expected to follow the CHS Academic Honesty Policy, and teachers are expected to instruct students on the guidelines and what constitutes “academic honesty” as well as “cheating” or “plagiarism.” If students do not follow these policies, it may result in a zero on that assignment and referral for disciplinary action. Remember, cheating in college could result in a required hearing before a disciplinary board and students may be expelled from the institution.
If you are absent, it is your responsibility to check with the instructor and request the assignments that you have missed and schedule make-up tests. If you are absent for multiple days, it is suggested you email your teacher to find out what you are missing and if there is anything you can do while you are away. You will have five (5) school days from the date of the absence to make up any work or exam which you missed.
Note: although, this is a social studies class and not an English class, it is expected that all assignments will be neat, legible and apply standard language conventions.