We write down our homework every day in our agenda. Make sure to check it before you begin your homework, so you won't forget anything. Also remember to do your homework every night and be ready to turn it in the next morning. During trimester 1 and 2, you will receive full credit for late work. During trimester 3, you will receive 50% credit for the late assignment once it is turned in .
If you have a missing assignment, make sure you check your backpack, desk, and at home for the missing assignment. Also check the No Name folder as well. If you still can't find it, you can redo the assignment again for credit.
As a part of Rocklin Unified School District’s efforts to improve communication between our schools and parents, our District has moved to a new online gradebook that is integrated with our student information system. It will allow parents just-in-time viewing and information about student assignments and progress. I will be entering scores for Learning Practice (homework and classwork assignments). Learning Practice items will be scored with a 1, 2 or 3. If your child earned a 3 the item was complete and meets expectations. A 2 indicates that the item was received and is partially-complete. A 1 indicates that the assignment was received but did not meet expectations. A blank indicates that the item was not received and is a missing assignment. I will also be entering scores for Math and ELA. Math and ELA items will be scored with a 3, 2, or 1 and are rubric-based. A score of a 3 indicates that the student consistently demonstrates an understanding of the standard or skill and is meeting current expectations. A score of a 2 indicates that the student demonstrates an inconsistent understanding of the standard or skill and is approaching current expectations. A score of a 1 indicates that the student is not yet meeting current expectations and is not yet demonstrating an understanding of the standard or skill and requires additional support and differentiation in the classroom. The scores entered into the gradebook are based on current expectations rather than year-end goals. The District report card is based on year-end standards. The key difference between gradebook scores and report card scores is gradebook scores indicate progress towards meeting current standards and skills being taught in the classroom whereas the report card indicates progress towards meeting year-end standards and skills.