Students and Parents!!
Every student is expected to complete two Achieve 3000 lessons per week.
English teachers are using the first try grades from two activities each week as grades.
Students may complete the reading and activities while in ELA class, at home, and/or before or after school in designated places. Ask your child about this requirement! These lessons are a great way to build knowledge, fluency, and vocabulary of students at ANY level.
Homework & Study General Guidelines:
9th grade = 90 minutes/night
10th grade = 100 minutes/night
11th grade = 110 minutes/night
12th grade = 2 hours (120 m)/night
This sounds like a lot of time, but if you divide the time between 4 or 8 classes/night, the time will go quickly! If the student does not have homework, the student should read, study each subject’s notes, make and study flashcards, and/or get on one of the many websites our district provides for students to use any time (see side bar).
All students will graduate with an appreciation for life-long learning, prepared to enter the work force and/or pursue higher education.
Provide all students with the tools and skills needed to realize their greatest potential by offering high quality academic and career-technical education and supporting the development of our students’ work ethic, personal responsibility, and respect for others.