THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
The English Department
|Mrs. Kelli Nelson
|Mr. Patrick Woyna
|Mrs. Erin Kerrn
|Ms. Svea Patrick
|Ms. Courtney Multhaupt||
|Mr. David Sally||
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English Department Late Work Policy
Homework is a necessary part of the District's instruction program. Homework is assigned to further a student's educational development and is an application or adaptation of a classroom experience. Homework is defined as any assignment which extends outside of the normal school day, i.e.. - worksheets, projects, essays, presentations, etc.
Students are responsible for careful listening, following teacher directions, and recording assignment expectations. They should use time efficiently, plan ahead, and complete assignments when due. When difficulties arise with assignments, students should discuss such problems with the teacher. Although students are expected to complete assignments on time, we recognize that sometimes this is not possible. The English department recognizes the importance of uniformity and consistency in policy enforcement. Below is the explanation and an example graphic of the English department's late work policy.
|On time||100%||of earned grade awarded|
|Up to 3 weeks late||90%||of earned grade awarded|
|Deadline||0%||No evidence of mastery|
2016-2017 Course Curriculum
|English I Honors||Woyna||Syllabus|
|English II Honors||Patrick||Syllabus|
|AP English Language||Woyna||Syllabus|
|Writing for College||Multhaupt||Syllabus|