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All students are talented, smart, and capable of success--no exceptions.   This is the philosophy of teachers at W.V.M.S. Now, there are certain responsibilities each of us have in a school setting. For example, teachers have the responsibility of preparing lessons according to the standards they're given and to provide for each student a safe learning environment, and to also care for each student as effectively, appropriately, and realistically as possible; students are expected to perform both in and outside of the class in an academic-first sort of way; and parents are expected to be involved in the lives of their children by nurturing them and being interested in what the student learns each day. When one or more of these is lacking, a student struggles to achieve what's expected of them. In my classroom, I expect students to understand their personal responsibility. Everyone laughs at, "The dog ate my homework," excuse because it's become old hash. In reality, there's nothing funny about irresponsibility and pushing blame. However, the same is true for both parents and teachers. Let's strive together to ensure each student--your student--understands their goals and what kind of effort it'll take to accomplish them. Let's also be realistic with each other, communicate, and enjoy this year.    
Posted by Guest  On Aug 28, 2015 at 7:23 PM
Batman? Superman? Green Lantern? Discuss your favorite SUPERHERO and why?
Posted by Guest  On Feb 03, 2011 at 10:06 AM 3 Comments
The AZ MERIT IS NEXT WEEK APRIL 2-6! Please review your notes, words of the day and watch Khan Videos on any unit were you struggling with. Use the AZ MERIT reviews I made you to help guide what you need help with! You got this! I am proud of you all! Love, Mrs. Robles
Posted by Leticia.Robles  On Mar 29, 2018 at 6:39 PM
It will be an honor to be your student's math teacher this year. I am excited for all that this year will bring. For my math class this year, your student will need the following supplies: a spiral notebook dry erase marker highlighters pen/pencil a two pocket prong folder Thank you again for your support! Mrs. Robles
Posted by Leticia.Robles  On Aug 13, 2017 at 6:53 PM
Extra Credit:  In most cases Correct errors for full credit Complete late assignments for full credit Retake tests to boost their score
Posted by Frank.Sharbono  On Feb 25, 2016 at 4:51 PM
Parent/Guardian: Have your child take notes in their agenda or notebook regarding their day. Here is an example: 2-25-16 Period 1: Math Teacher: Mr. Dude Studied: fractions Homework: Fractions 1-20 Period 2: Science Teacher: Mrs. Dude Studied: Biomes Homework: None Etcetera… Then ask your child to show you the graded work when it is returned.
Posted by Frank.Sharbono  On Feb 25, 2016 at 4:47 PM
Classroom Rules All About Jobs Your Responsibilities: 1. Listen to and follow direction and instruction 2. Give each task an honest attempt 3. Remain on task until completed 4. Raise your hand for questions; do not call out 5. Take notes whenever possible 6. Study General Classroom Procedures: 1. Do not do anything to interfere with order, safety or learning. a. Examples, calling out, being out of your seat without permission or talking out of turn. 2. Keep chairs pushed in when not in use. 3. Keep your personal items out of the footpaths. 4. Cell phones or other personal electronics are not allowed. The may be confiscated. 5. Do not print without permission. Print only school work. 6. No cussing or cursing. 7. No name-calling. 8. Remain seated until released. Do not leave class until the Teacher releases you. 9. Only water is allowed. 10. Unless directed otherwise, all work is individual, not group or partners. Please do your own work. Computers: 1. Do not pull cables out. If you have trouble with a computer, tell your Teacher. You will be held responsible for damage to the computer. Referrals may be issued. 2. Sound on the computer: No listening devices allowed. 3. You cannot do anything on the computer that you are not allow to do at school. For example, you can depict clothing, like swimsuits, on the computer since you are not allowed to wear them to school. 4. Only authorized games are allowed. Please ask the Teacher for authorized games. 5. Do not use the webcam. 6. Do not turn off the computers. Tests: 1. No music or computer usage during tests 2. No talking 3. Your focus must be on your own work *Testing violations result in zeros Fire Drills: For safety, students are required to be quite and in line regardless of what is going on around them. Students stay with the class and the class stays with the Teacher. If there is a fire drill and the Teacher is not in the classroom, the students must follow the next nearest Teacher’s class out of the building. Students who interfere with safety must receive referrals. Lock Down Drill: For safety, students are required to remain quiet during the drill. If the Teacher is not in the classroom when the lockdown is called, students must cover the window near the door, and remain silent until the drill is over. Students who interfere with safety must receive referrals. .
Posted by Frank.Sharbono  On Feb 25, 2016 at 4:38 PM
General Corrective Discipline: Verbal redirection Verbal warning of referral Referral Other options: Parent/Guardian call Parent/Guardian email Note home *If the student is interfering with the class they may be sent to our Reflective Thinking Classroom (RTC) or a buddy Teacher's classroom for the remainder of the class period.
Posted by Frank.Sharbono  On Feb 25, 2016 at 4:25 PM
Responsibilities of anyone, especially the student: Follow your schedule Listen to and follow instruction and direction Give each task an honest attempt Remain on task until completed Quietly raise your hand for help Take notes Study
Posted by Frank.Sharbono  On Feb 25, 2016 at 4:19 PM
Posted by Frank.Sharbono  On Feb 25, 2016 at 4:12 PM
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