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The following are classroom expectations, requirements, guides, and procedures that everyone in Mr. Carl's classes needs to follow and recognize as important for an effective, productive experience and enjoyable working conditions:

1.Be prompt
  • Each student will be expected to be in the classroom on time, be seated and ready to work when the bell rings.
  • Not sitting in your assigned seat will result in a "tardy".
  • If you have an excused absence, you will be expected to arrange a convenient time to makeup work missed.  It is the student's responsibility to find out what work was missed by looking it up on this website.  Makeup work must be turned in within two days following the absence.
  • Homework is due at the beginning of the hour on the due date, unless otherwise stated.
2.Be prepared
  • Each student must bring a writing instrument and any assigned materials to class each day and have them available at his/her desk when the bell rings.
3.Be productive
  • Only the last three minutes of class time may be used to clean up your work area.
    • The teacher will tell students when it is time to begin cleaning up.
    • Students must remain seated at the end of the hour.
    • No standing by workstations or the doorway.
  • The five minutes in between classes is the time to use the restroom.
  • No e-mail, chat, or games played at any time in the classroom, unless it is part of the assignment.
  • Make sure your cell phone is OFF before entering the classroom.
  • If you finish early, ask the teacher for the next project.
  • Talking should not interfere with class performance.
  • Save computer work periodically in case of power loss.
  • No sleeping in class. Those that choose to sleeping class will be sent to the office.
4.Be respectful
  • Face the front of the classroom when the teacher or guest speaker is presenting (unless instructed otherwise). "Listen with your eyes."
  • Each student is expected to clean up his/her workstation and put away all materials, tools, and supplies - this includes picking up papers, printouts, and waste paper.
  • Using another student's login ID, Internet access, or network folders is not allowed under any circumstance.
  • Flash drives may be used only with the instructor's permission.
  • Do not change menu options, windows, screen backgrounds, or screen savers on the monitors.
  • Do not rotate monitors. This causes wear and tear on the equipment and issues for the person who uses the computer after you.
  • Please keep feet on floor and off desks.
  • Deliberate destruction of computer programs/equipment will result in termination of this course.
  • If you have a concern/conflict with any activity, or if you are faced with a personal crisis or emergency, please discuss it privately with the teacher immediately. Don't let a thought of anger or frustration build up.
  • No food, pop, or other drinks are allowed in the classroom.
5.Be ethical
  • In order to develop a proper attitude toward business ethics and plagiarism, cheating will not be tolerated.
    • A first offense will result in a ZERO on the assignment FOR ALL PARTIES INVOLVED.
    • Other consequences will follow as stated in the student handbook.
  • Always login as yourself—do not login as someone else
  • Never type on or manipulate another person's device(s).
  • Do not plagiarize
  • Be honest
6.Be safe
  • Use only lab chairs for seats. No sitting on desks or workstations, no putting feet up on desks, or leaning back in chairs.
  • No horseplay in the classroom. Keep your hands to yourself.