Behavior Standards

Sixth Grade Rules and Expectations


-Come to class on time, ready to learn with completed homework, and required materials.

-Your iPad and Logitech crayon must be fully charged at the beginning of each school day.

-Respect your classmates. 

-Students should not disrupt class and remember that class time is for class activities.

-Students will stay in their designated learning area at all times.

-Students will have an independent reading book with them at school every day.

-Keep your materials clean and organized. Materials should be with you or INSIDE your lockers.

-Phones and watches turned OFF ( NOT JUST SILENCED) and kept in lockers unless directed to take it out by a staff member

-Eating is only allowed during lunch.

-Walk inside the school building.

-Keep gum at home.

-Keep slime or fidgets at home.

-When experiencing technical difficulty with your iPad, use the [email protected] email

Homework Policy:  In each core class students will fill out their planner at the beginning of class and write down their daily homework.  The expectation is that students arrive in class with all their homework done. All homework assignments are listed on each teacher’s Google Classroom and the Parents should confirm that students complete their assignments. Teachers will individually monitor student homework progress. If a concern develops, parents will be contacted. 

Late Work Policy: Late work will be accepted for partial credit until the end of the unit.  Students must email their teacher to let them know that the late work has been submitted.  The name of the assignment should be the subject of the email.

PowerSchool: Students are expected to check PowerSchool weekly to monitor missing and late homework assignments.  We encourage parents to do so as well.  

Marie Murphy Late Arrival Policy:

If a student arrives late to school, we require the student to the office to sign-in the student.  Your child will receive either an excused or unexcused (tardy) pass to class.