Daniel Onyeagba

Hello My Name Is...

Dr. Daniel Onyeagba

TEACHER- 6TH GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES/SCIENCE

  6TH GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES/SCIENCE  SYLLABUS Dr. Onyeagba 2022-2023

 I am an experienced educator with twenty two years (22) in education with Georgia Teaching Certification: • Middle Grades (4-8) [FLD809] • Middle Grades (4-8) – Mathematics [FLD851] • Middle Grades (4-8) Science [FLD854] • Middle Grades (4-8) Social Science [FLD854] • Reading Endorsement [FLD833]. Gifted Certified

This is my second year at Chestnut Log Middle School and the warm welcome by the principal and the entire staff was unbelievable and I am delighted to be a member of CLMS family. One of my paramount goals as an educator is to continuously push my students to think outside of the classroom and prepare them to the challenges of the global world and diversity as they prepare to be competitive with other students around the world.

Virtual Opening House 
Click on the link to enter Dr. Onyeagba's virtual classroom
Monday, August 1, 2022 at 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Google Meet joining info
Opening House 


VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE




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for Sneak-A-Peek Google Meets Link


Digital Learning Days:

All assignments can be found in Google Classroom. Please go to Classlink (portal.dcssga.org) and select Google Classroom to view and complete assignments. 

Digital Learning plan.
Go to google classroom and choose your class.

https://classroom.google.com/h
You can also use the Douglas county portal to get to Google Classroom
 https://launchpad.classlink.com/home

Google Meets Class Links:

https://classroom.google.com/c/NTM3MjEwMzI2Njg3?cjc=qqwxrif  – 3rd Period Social Studies  CODE qqwrif

https://meet.google.com/haj-eiid-pmq – 4th Period Social Skills CODE  h5ecbk6

  https://classroom.google.com/c/NTM3MjEwMzI3NDI4?cjc=zc7eo6t– 5th Period Social Studies  CODE: zc7eo6t

 https://classroom.google.com/c/NTM3MjExOTk3ODYz?cjc=4oz66ja– 6th Period Social Studies CODE: 4oz66ja

https://meet.google.com/ify-tepg-cyr - 7th Advanced Science CODE: 4sm53a3

Classroom management plan 

 

 

 

 

 

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLANCHESTNUT LOG MIDDLE SCHOOL

https://ci3.googleusercontent.com/mail-sig/AIorK4zcOsLblksXUTk8nH1jFUR7Rn8ScZq4O1Mq5nfNTY1vd3ReUnPphRCt9pvC8otQMPuHvba1IKs

“Creating Excellence Together”

 

TEACHER: DR. ONYEAGBA

 

In an effort to create an environment that is safe and conducive for learning, and to help the classroom run smoothly, here are the rules and procedures students are expected to follow.

 

CLASS RULES

 

  1. Be prepared to learn.
    1. Come to class on time.
    2. Have all the necessary materials (books, paper, pens, homework, etc.,)
    3. Be seated and quite, unless otherwise instructed.

 

  1. Be respectful.
    1. Respect and obey all school and classroom rules and procedures.
    2. Respect all adults.
    3. Respect each other.
    4. Do not use profanity.
    5. Do not remove, vandalize, or destroy others’ property.
    6. Do not insult or “jone” others in class.

 

  1. Refrain from disruptive classroom behavior.
    1. Talking across the room or yelling out.
    2. Insulting others or “joining”.
    3. Fighting, arguing, or using profanity.
    4. Grooming in class.
    5. Eating, drinking, or chewing gum in class.
    6. Bringing personal items to class to show off.
    7. Walking, running, playing, or out of seat without permission.

 

CLASS PROCEDURES

 

MORNING ROUTINE

 

  1. FIRST FIVE
    1. Enter class quietly
    2. Have all the necessary materials (books, paper, pens, homework, etc.,) ready
    3. Sit on your assigned seat.
    4. Copy your agenda message
    5. Start on your Bear time activity

 

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES:

            Always listen carefully to complete directions that are given.  Wait for the teacher to give the signal to begin.  Then, carry out the activity/procedure as instructed.

            LECTURES/DISCUSSION:

1.     Listen attentively to the person speaking.

2.     If you have a comment or question, raise your hand and wait until the teacher calls on you.

 

PEER/GROUP WORK:  Speak in low voices so only those you are working

            with can hear you.

 

INDIVIDUAL WORK/QUIZZES/TESTS:

1.     No talking.

2.     No sharing.

3.     No copying.

4.     If you have a question, raise your hand and wait until the teacher can address you.

 

HAND SIGNAL:  In some cases, the teacher will stand quietly and raise his/her

                              hand to get students’ attention.  When you see the teacher raise his/her hand:

1.     Stop what you are doing.

2.     Stop talking.

3.     Turn toward the teacher.

4.     Listen for instructions.

 

CONSEQUENCES

 

Failure to follow the class rules and procedures will result in the following actions:

1.     Verbal warning or reminder of the rules and procedures.

2.     Written assignment to be assigned by parent or guardian.

3.     Phone call to parent or guardian.

4.     After-school detention.

5.     Isolation.

 

In cases of severe infractions (fighting, weapons, or cursing the teacher) students are automatically referred to an administrator.

 

Please sign below, indicating that you have read and agree to the rules, procedures, and consequences for the class.  Return it to Dr. Onyeagba.

 

I have read, and agree to the rules, procedures, and consequences for this class.

 

_______________________________________                  ____________________________

            STUDENT’S SIGNATURE                                                               DATE

 

 

_______________________________________                  ____________________________

  PARENT’S OR GUARDIAN’S SIGNATURE                                           DATE


 

 

 

 

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLANCHESTNUT LOG MIDDLE SCHOOL

https://ci3.googleusercontent.com/mail-sig/AIorK4zcOsLblksXUTk8nH1jFUR7Rn8ScZq4O1Mq5nfNTY1vd3ReUnPphRCt9pvC8otQMPuHvba1IKs

“Creating Excellence Together”

 

TEACHER: DR. ONYEAGBA

 

In an effort to create an environment that is safe and conducive for learning, and to help the classroom run smoothly, here are the rules and procedures students are expected to follow.

 

CLASS RULES

 

  1. Be prepared to learn.
    1. Come to class on time.
    2. Have all the necessary materials (books, paper, pens, homework, etc.,)
    3. Be seated and quite, unless otherwise instructed.

 

  1. Be respectful.
    1. Respect and obey all school and classroom rules and procedures.
    2. Respect all adults.
    3. Respect each other.
    4. Do not use profanity.
    5. Do not remove, vandalize, or destroy others’ property.
    6. Do not insult or “jone” others in class.

 

  1. Refrain from disruptive classroom behavior.
    1. Talking across the room or yelling out.
    2. Insulting others or “joining”.
    3. Fighting, arguing, or using profanity.
    4. Grooming in class.
    5. Eating, drinking, or chewing gum in class.
    6. Bringing personal items to class to show off.
    7. Walking, running, playing, or out of seat without permission.

 

CLASS PROCEDURES

 

MORNING ROUTINE

 

  1. FIRST FIVE
    1. Enter class quietly
    2. Have all the necessary materials (books, paper, pens, homework, etc.,) ready
    3. Sit on your assigned seat.
    4. Copy your agenda message
    5. Start on your Bear time activity

 

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES:

            Always listen carefully to complete directions that are given.  Wait for the teacher to give the signal to begin.  Then, carry out the activity/procedure as instructed.

            LECTURES/DISCUSSION:

  1. Listen attentively to the person speaking.
  2. If you have a comment or question, raise your hand and wait until the teacher calls on you.

 

PEER/GROUP WORK:  Speak in low voices so only those you are working

            with can hear you.

 

INDIVIDUAL WORK/QUIZZES/TESTS:

  1. No talking.
  2. No sharing.
  3. No copying.
  4. If you have a question, raise your hand and wait until the teacher can address you.

 

HAND SIGNAL:  In some cases, the teacher will stand quietly and raise his/her

                              hand to get students’ attention.  When you see the teacher raise his/her hand:

  1. Stop what you are doing.
  2. Stop talking.
  3. Turn toward the teacher.
  4. Listen for instructions.

 

CONSEQUENCES

 

Failure to follow the class rules and procedures will result in the following actions:

  1. Verbal warning or reminder of the rules and procedures.
  2. Written assignment to be assigned by parent or guardian.
  3. Phone call to parent or guardian.
  4. After-school detention.
  5. Isolation.

 

In cases of severe infractions (fighting, weapons, or cursing the teacher) students are automatically referred to an administrator.

 

Please sign below, indicating that you have read and agree to the rules, procedures, and consequences for the class.  Return it to Dr. Onyeagba.

 

I have read, and agree to the rules, procedures, and consequences for this class.

 

_______________________________________                  ____________________________

            STUDENT’S SIGNATURE                                                               DATE

 

 

_______________________________________                  ____________________________

  PARENT’S OR GUARDIAN’S SIGNATURE                                           DATE

 

 

 

 

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLANCHESTNUT LOG MIDDLE SCHOOL

https://ci3.googleusercontent.com/mail-sig/AIorK4zcOsLblksXUTk8nH1jFUR7Rn8ScZq4O1Mq5nfNTY1vd3ReUnPphRCt9pvC8otQMPuHvba1IKs

“Creating Excellence Together”

 

TEACHER: DR. ONYEAGBA

 

In an effort to create an environment that is safe and conducive for learning, and to help the classroom run smoothly, here are the rules and procedures students are expected to follow.

 

CLASS RULES

 

  1. Be prepared to learn.
    1. Come to class on time.
    2. Have all the necessary materials (books, paper, pens, homework, etc.,)
    3. Be seated and quite, unless otherwise instructed.

 

  1. Be respectful.
    1. Respect and obey all school and classroom rules and procedures.
    2. Respect all adults.
    3. Respect each other.
    4. Do not use profanity.
    5. Do not remove, vandalize, or destroy others’ property.
    6. Do not insult or “jone” others in class.

 

  1. Refrain from disruptive classroom behavior.
    1. Talking across the room or yelling out.
    2. Insulting others or “joining”.
    3. Fighting, arguing, or using profanity.
    4. Grooming in class.
    5. Eating, drinking, or chewing gum in class.
    6. Bringing personal items to class to show off.
    7. Walking, running, playing, or out of seat without permission.

 

CLASS PROCEDURES

 

MORNING ROUTINE

 

  1. FIRST FIVE
    1. Enter class quietly
    2. Have all the necessary materials (books, paper, pens, homework, etc.,) ready
    3. Sit on your assigned seat.
    4. Copy your agenda message
    5. Start on your Bear time activity

 

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES:

            Always listen carefully to complete directions that are given.  Wait for the teacher to give the signal to begin.  Then, carry out the activity/procedure as instructed.

            LECTURES/DISCUSSION:

  1. Listen attentively to the person speaking.
  2. If you have a comment or question, raise your hand and wait until the teacher calls on you.

 

PEER/GROUP WORK:  Speak in low voices so only those you are working

            with can hear you.

 

INDIVIDUAL WORK/QUIZZES/TESTS:

  1. No talking.
  2. No sharing.
  3. No copying.
  4. If you have a question, raise your hand and wait until the teacher can address you.

 

HAND SIGNAL:  In some cases, the teacher will stand quietly and raise his/her

                              hand to get students’ attention.  When you see the teacher raise his/her hand:

  1. Stop what you are doing.
  2. Stop talking.
  3. Turn toward the teacher.
  4. Listen for instructions.

 

CONSEQUENCES

 

Failure to follow the class rules and procedures will result in the following actions:

  1. Verbal warning or reminder of the rules and procedures.
  2. Written assignment to be assigned by parent or guardian.
  3. Phone call to parent or guardian.
  4. After-school detention.
  5. Isolation.

 

In cases of severe infractions (fighting, weapons, or cursing the teacher) students are automatically referred to an administrator.

 

Please sign below, indicating that you have read and agree to the rules, procedures, and consequences for the class.  Return it to Dr. Onyeagba.

 

I have read, and agree to the rules, procedures, and consequences for this class.

 

_______________________________________                  ____________________________

            STUDENT’S SIGNATURE                                                               DATE

 

 

_______________________________________                  ____________________________

  PARENT’S OR GUARDIAN’S SIGNATURE                                           DATE

I will use Remind to communicate important information to parents and student for the 2022-2023 school year. Please click the link below to join my Remind group

 

https://www.remind.com/classes/76gbkk/messages/stream/2dc6e452-fe36-416a-ac33-507cc19df205


2022-2023 6th Grade Social Studies/Science
 

CHESTNUT LOG MIDDLE SCHOOL

2022-2023

SCHOOL WEBSITE: CLMS.DCSSGA.ORG

SUBJECT NAME

SOCIAL STUDIES

TEACHER NAME

DR. DANIEL ONYEAGBA

 

TEACHER EMAIL

daniel.onyeagba @dcssga.org

PHONE

770-651-5133

 

 

TIME

CLASS

 

TUTORING DAY(s) AND TIME(s)

1ST PERIOD

8:30-9:58

Planning

MONDAY- FRIDAY

7:30 am-8:30 am

2ND PERIOD

10:02-10:55

Planning

3RD PERIOD

10:59-11:52

Social Studies

4TH PERIOD

11:56-1:18

B.E.A.R. DOWN (STUDY SKILLS)

5TH PERIOD

1:22-2:15

Social Studies

6TH PERIOD

2:19-3:12

Social Studies

7TH PERIOD

3:16-4:10

Advanced Science

 

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE

 

 

In sixth grade, students willbe able to learn about geography, history, and culture in global regions. Students will analyze regional, physical, and cultural characteristics of places to determine how those factors influenced, and continue to influence, people who live there.

 

UNITS OF STUDY

(add or delete rows as needed)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION (1 SENTENCE)

UNIT 1

CONNECTING THEMES: Themes of Geography

UNIT 2

Europe: Location, Geography, and Environmental issues

UNIT 3

Europe: Culture and History: Describe the diversity of languages spoken within Europe

UNIT 4

Europe: Government and Economy: Compare and contrast various forms of government

UNIT 5

Latin American: Location, Geography, and Government: Explain the impact of environmental issues in Latin America

 

Textbook Information

(provide link & code if online)

GALLOPADE

 

Grading Policy:

Test/Projects=40%

Classwork=30%

Quizzes=25%

Homework=5%

 

Grading Scale:

A = 105-90

B = 89 to 80

C = 79 to 71

D= 70

F = 69 and below

 

SUPPLIES

 

HELPFUL WEBSITES

 

 

DUE DATES AND LATE WORK:

  • All work missed due to an excused absence must be made up by the student within a reasonable time, or receive zeros in work missed.It is the student’s responsibility to make arrangements with the teacher for make-up work.
  • Work that is not submitted to the teacher on the assigned due date will not result in full credit. If a student is present in class, he/she is expected to turn in work at the time it is requested. Late work will be accepted up to three days after the due date and assessed a penalty of 10 points for each day up to three days only.
  • All students may receive credit for completing makeup work after an excused absence. A student will be given as many days as he/she was absent from that class to make up assignments and tests. Teachers are not required to provide assignments to students prior to an absence.If a student needs to complete an assignment that must be completed in the classroom, they should schedule a time with the teacher.

 

CLASS EXPECTATIONS

(no more than 3 added to the first 2…total of 5)

  • Follow all DCSS and CLMS behavior expectations
  • Bear Time
    • Enter the classroom quietly
    • Sit in your assigned seat
    • Get your materials ready
    • Check your Google Classroom daily message
    • Start your bear time activity

 

HOMEWORK

  • Students are expected to read independently for at least 30 minutes each night.
  • Your child may also have to complete work that they didn’t complete in class.
  • Your child may have assigned homework from my class. Homework assignments will be listed on Google Classroom/Calendar

 

ALL ELA CLASSES: Accelerated Reader (AR) Expectations

  • Students will visit the media center with their ELA class every other week. However, they may visit on their own as often as needed.
  • Each student will be given an AR goal and must take at least 1 AR test every 2 weeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMUNICATION

EXPECTATIONS

  • Students are expected to check Google Classroom within the first five minutes of every class period for assignments, due dates, and other information
  • Students sending an email are encouraged to use the following guidelines when emailing a school employee

 

 

Academic Dishonesty: Plagiarism, taking someone else’s work or ideas and passing it off as your own, is not allowed and may result in a grade of a zero.

 

 

Verification and sign-off:

 

I have reviewed the Syllabus with my child and we understand the procedures and expectations for this class.

 

Please Click (EXAMPLE; You will need to make a form for your class - https://forms.gle/zKeYb2RpW3P3G9TN7) to digitally submit your signature and complete additional parent information.

 

OR

 

OPTION TO SAVE PAPER https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qXx5vmtXlXSvtcSI1eC5Byka_3pd4nT6MjlsoovL6CA/edit?usp=sharing




                                 Please visit Google Classroom and Remind on daily basis

CHESTNUT LOG MIDDLE SCHOOL

2022-2023

SCHOOL WEBSITE: CLMS.DCSSGA.ORG

SUBJECT NAME

Earth Science

TEACHER NAME

 

DR. DANIEL ONYEAGBA

 

TEACHER EMAIL

[email protected]

PHONE

770-651-5133

 

 

TIME

CLASS

 

TUTORING DAY(s) AND TIME(s)

1ST PERIOD

8:30-9:58

Planning

MONDAYS-FRIDAYS

7:30 AM-8:30 AM

2ND PERIOD

10:02-10:55

Planning

3RD PERIOD

10:59-11:52

Social Studies

4TH PERIOD

11:56-1:18

B.E.A.R. DOWN (STUDY SKILLS)

5TH PERIOD

1:22-2:15

Social Studies

6TH PERIOD

2:19-3:12

Social Studies

7TH PERIOD

3:16-4:10

Earth Science

 

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE

 

 

 

The Sixth Grade Georgia Standards of Excellence for science are designed to give all students an overview of common

strands in earth science including, but not limited to, meteorology, geology, astronomy, and oceanography.

 

 

UNITS OF STUDY

 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION (1 SENTENCE)

UNIT 1

Solar System & Beyond: students will learn about current theories on the

creation of the Universe and the positions of the Solar System and Milky Way Galaxy.

UNIT 2

Earth-Moon- Sun: students will learn about the positions of the Earth,

Moon and Sun and how changes in the positions affect each celestial body.

UNIT 3

Earth’s Changing Landscape: students will learn about how Earth’s surface is formed.

UNIT 4

Water in Earth’s Processes: students will learn about how natural processes like

weathering, erosion and deposition, causes incremental changes to the environment.

UNIT 5

Climate and Weather: students will learn how the changes in climate and

weather is caused by fluctuations in the water cycle or the transfer of heat

between atmospheric levels.

 

Textbook Information

(provide link & code if online)

EARTH SCIENCE GEORGIA EDITION -MCDOUGAL LITTELL

 

Grading Policy:

Test/Projects=40%

Classwork=30%

Quizzes=25%

Homework=5%

 

Grading Scale:

A = 105-90

B = 89 to 80

C = 79 to 71

D= 70

F = 69 and below

 

SUPPLIES

 

HELPFUL WEBSITES

 

 

DUE DATES AND LATE WORK:

  • All work missed due to an excused absence must be made up by the student within a reasonable time, or receive zeros in work missed.It is the student’s responsibility to make arrangements with the teacher for make-up work.
  • Work that is not submitted to the teacher on the assigned due date will not result in full credit. If a student is present in class, he/she is expected to turn in work at the time it is requested. Late work will be accepted up to three days after the due date and assessed a penalty of 10 points for each day up to three days only.
  • All students may receive credit for completing makeup work after an excused absence. A student will be given as many days as he/she was absent from that class to make up assignments and tests. Teachers are not required to provide assignments to students prior to an absence.If a student needs to complete an assignment that must be completed in the classroom, they should schedule a time with the teacher.

 

CLASS EXPECTATIONS

(no more than 3 added to the first 2…total of 5)

  • Follow all DCSS and CLMS behavior expectations
  • Bear Time
    • Enter the classroom quietly
    • Sit in your assigned seat
    • Get your materials ready
    • Check your Google Classroom daily message
    • Start your bear time activity

 

HOMEWORK

  • Students are expected to read independently for at least 30 minutes each night.
  • Your child may also have to complete work that they didn’t complete in class.
  • Your child may have assigned homework from my class. Homework assignments will be listed on Google Classroom/Calendar

 

ALL ELA CLASSES: Accelerated Reader (AR) Expectations

  • Students will visit the media center with their ELA class every other week. However, they may visit on their own as often as needed.
  • Each student will be given an AR goal and must take at least 1 AR test every 2 weeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMUNICATION

EXPECTATIONS

  • Students are expected to check Google Classroom within the first five minutes of every class period for assignments, due dates, and other information
  • Students sending an email are encouraged to use the following guidelines when emailing a school employee

 

 

Academic Dishonesty: Plagiarism, taking someone else’s work or ideas and passing it off as your own, is not allowed and may result in a grade of a zero.

 

 

Verification and sign-off:

 

I have reviewed the Syllabus with my child and we understand the procedures and expectations for this class.

 

Please Click (EXAMPLE; You will need to make a form for your class - https://forms.gle/zKeYb2RpW3P3G9TN7) to digitally submit your signature and complete additional parent information.

 

OR

 

OPTION TO SAVE PAPER https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qXx5vmtXlXSvtcSI1eC5Byka_3pd4nT6MjlsoovL6CA/edit?usp=sharing

 

 

 

 

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLANCHESTNUT LOG MIDDLE SCHOOL

https://ci3.googleusercontent.com/mail-sig/AIorK4zcOsLblksXUTk8nH1jFUR7Rn8ScZq4O1Mq5nfNTY1vd3ReUnPphRCt9pvC8otQMPuHvba1IKs

“Creating Excellence Together”

 

TEACHER: DR. ONYEAGBA

 

In an effort to create an environment that is safe and conducive for learning, and to help the classroom run smoothly, here are the rules and procedures students are expected to follow.

 

CLASS RULES MANAGEMENT PLAN

 

  1. Be prepared to learn.
    1. Come to class on time.
    2. Have all the necessary materials (books, paper, pens, homework, etc.,)
    3. Be seated and quite, unless otherwise instructed.

 

  1. Be respectful.
    1. Respect and obey all school and classroom rules and procedures.
    2. Respect all adults.
    3. Respect each other.
    4. Do not use profanity.
    5. Do not remove, vandalize, or destroy others’ property.
    6. Do not insult or “jone” others in class.

 

  1. Refrain from disruptive classroom behavior.
    1. Talking across the room or yelling out.
    2. Insulting others or “joining”.
    3. Fighting, arguing, or using profanity.
    4. Grooming in class.
    5. Eating, drinking, or chewing gum in class.
    6. Bringing personal items to class to show off.
    7. Walking, running, playing, or out of seat without permission.

 

CLASS PROCEDURES

 

MORNING ROUTINE

 

  1. FIRST FIVE
    1. Enter class quietly
    2. Have all the necessary materials (books, paper, pens, homework, etc.,) ready
    3. Sit on your assigned seat.
    4. Copy your agenda message
    5. Start on your Bear time activity

 

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES:

            Always listen carefully to complete directions that are given.  Wait for the teacher to give the signal to begin.  Then, carry out the activity/procedure as instructed.

            LECTURES/DISCUSSION:

1.     Listen attentively to the person speaking.

2.     If you have a comment or question, raise your hand and wait until the teacher calls on you.

 

PEER/GROUP WORK:  Speak in low voices so only those you are working

            with can hear you.

 

INDIVIDUAL WORK/QUIZZES/TESTS:

1.     No talking.

2.     No sharing.

3.     No copying.

4.     If you have a question, raise your hand and wait until the teacher can address you.

 

HAND SIGNAL:  In some cases, the teacher will stand quietly and raise his/her

                              hand to get students’ attention.  When you see the teacher raise his/her hand:

1.     Stop what you are doing.

2.     Stop talking.

3.     Turn toward the teacher.

4.     Listen for instructions.

 

CONSEQUENCES

 

Failure to follow the class rules and procedures will result in the following actions:

1.     Verbal warning or reminder of the rules and procedures.

2.     Written assignment to be assigned by parent or guardian.

3.     Phone call to parent or guardian.

4.     After-school detention.

5.     Isolation.

 

In cases of severe infractions (fighting, weapons, or cursing the teacher) students are automatically referred to an administrator.

 

Please sign below, indicating that you have read and agree to the rules, procedures, and consequences for the class.  Return it to Dr. Onyeagba.

 

I have read, and agree to the rules, procedures, and consequences for this class.

 

_______________________________________                  ____________________________

            STUDENT’S SIGNATURE                                                               DATE

 

 

_______________________________________                  ____________________________

  PARENT’S OR GUARDIAN’S SIGNATURE                                           DATE

CLMS Digital Code of Conduct

2022-2023 School Supply List
For additional information please email [email protected]

                                                                                     


Students you are ALLOWED to carry:

Clear or Mesh Book Bag or

One zip binder with a strap (trapper keeper) is also permissible.

  








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