Teacher: Mrs. Nancy Foote (email@example.com)
ACADEMIC INTERVENTION – MATH MSAS903/MSAS904
This course provides students extra time and intervention services to accelerate achievement in Math. This is a tier 2 intervention model providing at least 60 minutes of additional targeted instruction. Study skills will be incorporated into this class. This course may be repeated.
A teacher has the responsibility to not accept assignments from students that do not meet minimal standards of completion.
Assignments not completed/turned in by the end of a unit or exceed two weeks from the date of the assignment (teacher discretion) will remain/be entered as a zero in the grade book.
All grades are updated weekly in Synergy. The link can be found on teacher webpages and in CANVAS.
This course will be graded on a Pass/No Pass basis. Any average of 60.0% or higher will be considered a grade of pass.
District Code of Conduct will be followed. A link to the code of conduct is below. http://www.husd.org/cms/lib08/AZ01001450/Centricity/Domain/740/CodeofConduct.pdf
Students will have 1 day, for each day of absence, to make up the work missed. It is the
student’s responsibility to check the “Assignment Calendar” in CANVAS and turn the
completed assignments in to the teacher.
You are expected to be in your seat ready to work when the bell rings. All materials should
be ready at the start of the period. If you are running late from another class, you must have
SMS encourages students to re-do/re-take assessments on which they performed below their
desired level of mastery.
A meeting with Mrs. Foote is required to be eligible for a redo/retake.
Tutoring is available upon request before and/or after school.
Classroom Expectations and Progressive Discipline Plan
All HUSD policies outlined in the Code of Conduct will be honored and enforced. Parents
and students are strongly encouraged to review the conduct thoroughly and together.
The Code of Conduct can be accessed at
Students are also expected to meet the class “Standard” each day. A failure to meet these
expectations and standards will result in the following classroom management plan
Students that do not have their cell phone stored in their backpack will have the phone
confiscated until the end of the school day.
1st Violation: Verbal Warning
2nd Violation: 1:1 Student & Teacher Conference
3rd Violation: Parent Conference with Student
4th Violation: Behavior Contract
5th Violation: Administrative Referral