WELCOME TO MRS. RAMSEY'S MATH CLASS
The criteria for acceptance into the Algebra 1 program next year is as follows:
1. An average of 93 or better on chapter or unit tests in Pre-Algebra (before test corrections, only original test will be averaged).
2. Teacher recommendation based upon willingness to take on new challenges, conscientiousness, and organization.
3. A 90 or better on the Algebra Readiness test given in June.
Mrs. Ramsey’s PRE-ALGEBRA Classes
It is your responsibility to see me if you are having any difficulty.
The Basic Supplies Needed:
1) 1 ½ or 2 in binder
3) A supply of notebook paper
4 )A supply of pencils with erasers (I also suggest mechanical pencils)
5) Colored Pencils
7) Correcting pens
9) Casio Scientific Calculator
10)Assignment pad issued by the school
*It is your responsibility to replenish your supplies as needed throughout the year.
It is your responsibility to get the work and notes you missed. All notes are on my webpage under classroom calendar. Print the notes and bring them in the next morning.
All homework is posted on the white board and on my webpage under Classroom Calendar. All homework will be completed with work to receive full credit. If you are absent, please hand in your work to be corrected the day you return. Late homework will be deducted 5 points per day.
Check ++= 100 perfect homework with all work shown
Check + = 90 most work shown but not all
Check = 85 some work shown but not all
Check - = 80 Completed a couple of problems with showing work
Check -- = 70 Homework completed no work shown
Tests are 50% of your grade. Test corrections can be made. You will get 1 point back for every right correction made. Put all of your work on a separate sheet of paper with the correct work shown. You must return your corrections the day after you get your test back.
Projects will be 20 % of your grade.
Homework/Participation is 20% of your grade. Quizzes are 10 %.
Please click on Classroom Calendar to view homework assignments. Then click on the date you are looking for and click on the word homework. Students should also check their Google Classroom!