When you are absent:
When you are absent, consider the following points:
- Google Classroom is likely your most reliable way to keep up with work when you're not in class. Please check your Google Classroom regularly and consult the posted assignments to see tasks and their due dates.
- Ask peers about the work that you missed. You should find at least one reliable scholar who can inform you of the work that you missed. If someone is kind enough to lend you their notes, you are expected to copy the notes into your own notebook.
- If you are unsuccessful getting the information from a peer, you can always see me before or after school.
- You can avoid having to consult a peer or me after the fact (upon your return to school) if you proactively use a vehicle of communication to follow up on missing work. In this way, you will be able to prevent yourself from falling behind in your classwork, instead of waiting until you return to school.
- During class or the change of periods is not the time to ask me about missing assignments.
- According to school policy, you have one day to make up work for classes, provided your absence was excused.