Behavior Expectations
Behavior Expectations

Virtual Learning Expectations

What I expect from my students... 
- be in attendance every day for my online class
- cameras on during Zoom class sessions with microphones muted
- do your own work!
- be respectful of others during our time together online
- complete and turn in all work in Google Classroom
-ask for help when needed

What parents and students can expect from me...
- lessons (including video and assignments) lasting approximately 45 minutes each day
- all lessons will be assigned via Google Classroom
- lessons will follow the NC Standard Course of Study
- establishment of a positive and inclusive learning environment
- assignments that encourage student collaboration

- timely return of work with feedback for students
- regular 
office hours for helping students and answering parent questions/addressing any concerns
- I will always treat you with respect!

In the classroom, we follow the HAWK behavior guidelines.

Have Respect
Be on time and listen and follow directions.
Do not interrupt others when they are speaking.
 Act Responsibility
Have learning materials prepared and organized before the bell rings.
 Work Together
Actively participate in learning, collaborating with peers.
 Keep On Task
Complete assignments in the time provided and actively participate in class activities.

About those cell phones....
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There are plenty of opportunities for students to use their phones during school, but the classroom is not one of those places. Phone usage during class is strictly prohibited. Students are welcome to place their phones in their lockers, pockets, purses, etc., during class. If a phone is taken out in the classroom and in view (or if it makes a sound), the owner could be asked to place his or her phone on my desk until class is over. Repeated infractions could result in additional consequences such as administrative referrals.
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