Class Expectations and Responsibilities
Westwood learners strive to be Inquirers, Knowledgeable, Thinkers, Communicators, Principled, Open-minded, Caring, Risk-takers, Balanced, and Reflective. More detailed information and examples can be reviewed in our complementary documents for Warrior P.R.I.D.E. and the Learner Profile
All expectations can be summarized with the following three simple expectations of all students:
1. Show Respect (some examples include the following)
- Show consideration and appreciation of others.
- Use cell phones and electronic devices when appropriate.
- Talk using "G" rated language.
- Stay at your workstation until the bell rings.
- Leave your workstation neat and clean with chair pushed in.
2. Actively Participate (some examples include the following)
- Listen to presenter (fellow student or teacher)
- Wait until presenter is finished talking to leave your seat.
- Ask for permission to leave the room (sign out and in).
- Be in your seat and ready for the class activities when the last bell rings.
- Stay on task
- Go directly to sweep if you arrive to class During the last tardy bell.
3. Always do Quality Work (some examples include the following)
- Ask for help after you have tried your best (about 5 minutes)
- Teamwork: First, you agree to ask your classmates for help (at least four peers around you).
- After all five of you cannot resolved the issue, ask the teacher for help.
I, the student, do hereby fully understand and agree to abide by the Classroom Expectations and Responsibilities. If I do not follow them, the following Procedures for Improper Behavior will be enforced in any order/combination deemed necessary by instructor/school administration.
Procedures for Improper Behavior (not in any particular order)
- Verbal Warning
- Student / Teacher Conference
- Student removal from classroom
- Parent (Guardian) / Teacher Conference
- Student / Principal Conference
- Theory of Knowledge & Computer Science
- CB 30 Exploring Computer Coding & App Development
- CB 36 Coding, App and Web Stack Development
- CB 37 Introduction to Apple iOS App Development
- CB 39 AP Computer Science Principles
- CB 40 AP Computer Science A (Java)
- CB 50/51 Computer Maintenance & Repair
- CB 70 IB Computer Science
- CT 61 Computer Technology Internship
- Expectations and Responsibilities
- MICROSOFT CERTIFICATIONS
- Tardy Policy