- Where can I check my grade?
Please go to the Aeries portal. There is a parent/guardian portal and a student portal.
- What kinds of assignments will I complete in class?
Students complete warm ups, exit tickets, reflections, group projects, and more. All assignments are posted under each specific class period and under the Upcoming Assignments and Tests link. Additionally, assignments will be posted on the white board at the front of the classroom. Previous assignments can be found near the front door on the monthly calendar.
- Do I have homework?
Each class session, students have assigned homework unless they are taking a quiz or unit test. Finally, students' additional homework is to finish their assignments from class that they did not complete. Please have them refer to their period section for these assignments.
- I notice that I am failing. How can I bring my grade up?
Missing assignments often cause grades to drop. Do you have missing assignments from this week (or last week) that could be made up? If so, please talk to me about finishing those assignments.
- When are your office hours?
Parents or guardians can usually meet with me during period 1. Please call the office first to make sure I am not meeting with another parent or guardian.
- How can parents volunteer in your classroom?
Duties may vary! Please make an appointment to come meet with me during my office hours, or e-mail me and I can give you more specific information.
- I was absent
yesterday, what do I do?
Find your name in your period in the outbox section in the classroom. Remember, it is your responsibility to catch up on any notes or work you may have missed. .
- The practice problems
gave me trouble, HELP!
I would love to help you! You may stop by my classroom during lunch, before and after school. If it is not a good time, I will schedule another time for us to meet and work through some practice problems together. If you're at home when you're having some trouble there is an online tutor on www.bigideasmath.com to help while you work on your assignment.