Mr. Lee's Classroom
Where will most of our learning take place?
A majority of our learning will start in our Google Classroom which we already used for various assignments throughout the year. If you never had the opportunity to join our Google classroom, no worries, I have provided the codes to join your respective class period below.
Google Classroom Codes:
What if you need help or have questions for Mr. Lee?
I will be more than happy to help you during your choice of office hours posted below. Just simply click the office hours link which I will post at the beginning of each week.
Monday and Wednesday 10:oo am - 12:00 pm
Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 AM -11:00 am and 1:00pm - 2:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am - 12:00 PM
What about attendance?
Attendance will be taken on a week to week basis. I will be looking for assigment completion, time logged in as well as time active on the assignment platforms (e.g. Big Ideas, Khan Academy, etc).
Attendance will be recorded every Friday after 2:30 pm
To be marked present, students must meet minimum or exceed the engagement and task completion expectations both categories are explained below:
Complete at least fivty percent of the assigned tasks correctly.
Complete at least eighty percent of the assigned tasks correctly.
Students who submit work after the deadline will keep their current attendance and subsequent grade until staff can adjust it the following week.
What about grading?
- Grades will be contingent upon students meeting or exceeding the minimum attendance (engagement and task completion) requirements. Students that achieve this will maintain their third quarter grades. Students that exceed this may improve their grades. Students that do not achieve this may see their grades lowered.
- Students that would like to improve their third quarter grades should work directly with their teacher.
- In the Remote Learning section of the gradebook a score of "0" means the student did not meet the minimum expectations, a score of "1" means the student met the minimum expectations, and a score of "2" means the student exceeded the minimum expectations.