MUSTANG High School 2019-2020
Instructor: Coach Homer Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Outdoor Education: Outdoor Education is a fun and exciting physical education course. Students are taught life-long skills by using integrated curriculum of science, math, writing, critical thinking skills, and computer technology. The focus is on outdoor activities such as: archery, fishing, survival skills, animal identification, angling, hunting, hiking, and conservation/environmental issues. The Archery/Fishing program is part of a national program sponsored by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife and Conservation.
Supplies: Each student should bring these each day we are in the classroom.
Blue/Black Ink Pens
Pencils and Erasers
BRING A GOOD ATTITUDE
* Show respect. * Do Not Disrupt Class
* Come prepared * Participate
* Pay attention * Keep your desk area neat and clean
Grading Scale and Grades:
90-100 A 60-69 D
80-89 B Below 60 F
Course grades are assigned as a percentage of the accumulation of “points earned” compared to the total possible number of “points possible.”
Semester tests will count as 10% of students class grade (Semester tests are cumulative for each semester).
Students who copy the work of another individual (articles, reference materials, etc.) without giving proper credit to that individual for that work will receive an “Incomplete” for that assignment until the assignment is corrected.
“Incomplete assignments = 0% if left uncorrected
Students who copy another student’s individual assignments (not “group data”) will have their point total for that assignment divided by the number of students that copied the particular assignment.
Cell Phones, IPODS, etc.
The use of cell phones, IPODS, etc., is prohibited in the classroom unless I have instructed you to use them. There will be consequences for using your device when I have not instructed you to do so.