Classroom Rules and Procedures
This is the place to go if you have a question about classroom rules and expectations. The items on this page will also be sent home in a packet during the first week of the course. The packet is available as a word document here
1.) Listen attentively at all times, if the entire class is being addressed stop what you are doing immediately. This is for the safety of you and your classmates.
2.) Always think safety, keep your hands to yourself, do not run, or throw objects.
3.) Treat others with respect – a positive work environment is a happy and productive one
4.) Do not begin working on projects until Mr. Sadiwnyk has given permission to do so.
5.) Be sure to obey all MPMS rules while in the classroom
6.) Smile and have fun, the more willing you are to come to class every day with a positive attitude and open mind the more exciting things we can do as a class.
1.) Enter class promptly and sit at your assigned desk or work bench seat.
2.) Make sure that all book bags remain under your desk
3.) Do not begin work until told to do so.
4.) Make sure you are prepared – if you need to borrow a pencil please ask the person next to you before seeing the teacher.
5.) If you have a question raise your hand, if students are not working in their seats be patient and wait for the teacher to become available.
6.) There is no food or drink allowed in the technology lab work areas or at computers.
7.) All students must participate in class clean up. Students who have not completed clean up will not be dismissed.
8.) Treat others with respect and share tools and materials if necessary.
Grades are broken down as follows
Homework - 10%
Quizzes – 20%
Projects – 25%
Design work – 25%
Classroom Participation – 10%
Work Attitudes – 10%
*All students are responsible to make up work missed when absent. Work can be obtained by emailing me at ASadiwnyk@Livingston.org, seeing me before or after your absence, and can be often found on my teacher website. If an assignment can not be made up an alternative can be arranged
a.) Projects are not to be designed for a use that is hazardous to yourself or others.
b.) Testing of projects will take place with safety of the student body considered above all else.
c.) Products or projects will not be design or constructed to represent or function as a weapon.
d.) Experiments, demonstrations, or products conducted in class under the supervision of certified technology education teacher will not be replicated outside the laboratory environment or in an unsupervised atmosphere.
e.) Students will only work in the technology education laboratory under the supervision of a certified technology education teacher and abide by all safety rules and procedures for the class.
- Recognition in Classroom and School wide Displays.
- Additional fun activities and challenges.
- Increased leadership roles in activities
- Positive progress report comments
- Calls home
- Reflections on behavior
- Loss of work time
- Teacher Detention
- Alternative assignments
- Contacting parents or front office
Last Modified on August 23, 2010