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Math Department HW and Make-Up Policy

Mathematics Department Policy - Homework and Make-up Work

Homework reinforces principles, skills, concepts, and information taught in the classroom.  The following is the Mathematics Department policy on communication around Homework and Make-up work.

1.      All teachers will post most of the major assignments and important dates (Tests/Projects) on School Loop, either on the class calendar, notes, or locker.

2.       All teachers will reply promptly to emails regarding assignments and make-up work.  If a student is out for an extended period of time or the class activity is not something that can be done at home the teacher may assign an alternate assignment. 

3.       For any other situations (extended absence or extenuating circumstance) math teachers should be contacted via email to make special arrangements.