Textbook: Microsot Office Professional For Windows
Lawrenceville Press, Inc.
Students will be evaluated using the following methods:
Examinations - Test (every 2nd & 4th Thursday and Friday of each month (SUBJECT TO CHANGES/DUE TO RE-TEACHING OF CONCEPTS)
Hands-on computer activities - daily
Observations - daily
Class participation (during class assignments)
Homework (out of class assignments)
Students should attend class. If absences occur, students should return with a note from a parent (signature required).
Tardiness are not tolerated. The door will be closed and locked after the tardy bell.
Students are expected to maintain honesty in all classwork, exercises, projects, and exams. Violation of this code will result in the student voluntarily receiving and (50).
The student's primary responsibility in this course is to master basic course content. Therefore, major out of class projects are notassigned. If a student is concerned because of his/her performance in this class is significantly diferent that in comparable academic courses, he/she may want to schedule a conference with the instructor. "Extra Credit" projects to compensate for deficits in basic course content cannot be accepted.
Between 10 to 12 grades will be averaged each grading period (six weeks).
Semester grade will be the average of three grading periods, plus semester exam.