Each student has the responsibility to develop good work and study habits.
The student should clarify with the teacher any questions pertaining to the instruction for homework at the appropriate time.
The student should take home any materials and information needed to complete assignments.
The student should learn to budget his/her time.
The student should take advantage of study time provided during the day.
It is the student’s responsibility to return all work completed to the teacher by the date requested.
Students are required to make up work missed during absence.
1. Be prayerful: Share in daily devotions and prayer time. The Lord desires to meet your needs and answer your prayers.
2. Be prepared: Bring necessary items and assignments to class everyday
3. Be respectful: Treat others like you want to be treated.
4. Be obedient: Follow each teacher’s classroom rules and guidelines. Always be in your classroom before the bell rings or you will be marked tardy.
5. Be thankful: The Lord has given us so much. Be thankful for His provisions for you each day
1. Set aside a specific time to do assignments.
2. Choose a quiet, private place free from excessive noise, interruptions, and other distractions.
3. The study area should be well lighted and well equipped with pencils, pens, paper, ruler, dictionary, etc.
4. Organize. Successful study depends on an efficient use of time, which requires organization. Use a student assignment book to help organize your work.
5. Student assignment books are designed to help students develop organizational skills. An organized student will do better in school. It is important to use this book daily—carry an assignment book to all classes.
6. Carefully check the completed assignments.
1. Come to class prepared. Students who need to go to their lockers or forget work at home can slow down the entire class. It is important for student to have their books, pens and pencils, homework, and other materials with them when they come to class.
2. Be on time. Out of respect for your teachers and other students, arrive for class on time. Teachers lose valuable teaching time if students come to class five or ten minutes after the bell has rung. Promptness is important.
3. Try. Students should make an effort to do every assignment to the best of their ability. However, effort and results are not always equal.
4. Show respect for others. Respect others in authority and respect your peers.
5. Listen to the teacher. Listening is an important part of learning.