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St. Tammany

Junior High

  • Greetings Students and Parents,

    Get ready to begin a thrilling year in Social Studies as we discover Ancient World History.  We will cover pre-history and early man, the River Valley civilizations of Mesopotamia, India, Egypt, China, the Classical Civilizations of China, Greece, Rome, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance Periods.

    I consider learning to be a behavior change over time; for that reason, I will present and develop challenging lessons for your child that will stimulate and motivate your child to think, discover, and reflect. 

    Expect a challenge, homework, and projects.

    Materials needed:

    • 1 Composition Notebook (some students used two by the end of the year)- needed daily
    • Sharpener, Pencils /Pens/ Colored pencils or colors, Glue and scissors (kept with student)
    • 2 Folders (one for graded papers and one for projects- please put name in top right corner)

    Expectations for teacher and students:

    • Be on time, in uniform with ID.
    • Follow instructions and be prepared.
    • Raise your hand and wait to be called.
    • Stay in your assigned seat unless given permission to move.
    • Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself at all times.
    • Speak to one another with kindness.

    Expectation of Parents:

    • Monitor student progress by checking the online grading system and webpages.
    • Collaborate with teacher by using the school agenda and email .

     Classroom Consequences:

    • Verbal warning and tracked in teacher file
    • Parent notification- email or phone  (message or contact)
    • Teacher Lunch Detention

    Homework Policy:

    • Students will be assigned homework/ classwork daily to be completed by an assigned date. Student must write the assignment in the school agenda.

     Make-up and Regrades- All students can turn in late work and retake test or projects to improve performance.

    Restroom Policy:

    • Students must use the pass and sign out. No bathroom use during the lunch period.
Theresa C. Earhart, M. ED
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