CRISDA WELCOME LETTER
Dear Crisda Students and Parents,
We are truly glad to have you and your child/children part of our school. We anticipate a wonderful year filled with meaningful learning experiences. Together we will grow and challenge our minds. Throughout the course of the year we will be communicating with parents in regards to their children’s progress. In addition, students will receive a report card at the end of each nine-week grading period, stating a grade for each subject. There will be a total of four nine-week grading periods. Half way through each grading period students will receive a progress report card. Listed below are instructions explaining some general information which students and parents need to read and discuss.
General Course Requirements:
If students are absent more than an acceptable amount of times your child/children will interfere with their scholarship and they will be behind on their work.
Participation is essential. In order to meet the participation criteria students must come to class prepared every day, with all the necessary materials.
Classroom is what provides the student with the proper practice and exposure necessary to learn new material and succeed in tests. Therefore, it is mandatory that students complete all classwork assignments in order to receive a passing grade.
Grades will be based on test, quizzes, and participation. The final grade for each nine-week period will come from he sum of all these grades. It is MANDATORY that students will need to use notes to study and prepare for tests.
Attendance is CRITICAL! Students need to come to school every day, on time and ready to learn. Quizzes and Tests can be made up when you are absent.
Students MUST be in uniform every day.
The student is expected to follow all school/classroom guidelines and procedures at ALL TIMES.
Classroom Code of Conduct
Come to school every day and arrive to class on time
Have your supplies ready and organized EVERY DAY
Be polite at all times; listen while others are talking and be respectful towards fellow classmates
Follow all school rules and directions
Pay attention in class activities and complete assignments on time
Be truthful and honest
Respect teachers and other adults
Cooperate with others and ask for help when you need it
ALWAYS try to do your BEST
First time of incident = Warning
Second time of incident = A call home
Third time of incident = Parent/Teacher conference
*If a major incident were to occur, the student will be immediately referred to the administration and the student's parent will be contacted.
I look forward to meeting you. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us at (305) 265-1108.