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Class Rules & Expectations

If you are out due to Covid-19, or any other reason, please check Google Classroom for assignments.


Classwork, Homework & Due Dates

Students are expected to participate in all class activities, projects, discussions, and reading assignments. Students are not given homework. If a student doesn’t complete their assignments in class, they are provided the opportunity to complete it at home. It is the student’s responsibility to complete it at home and turn it in. Students are expected to complete all assignments by the assigned due date

Student Absence

In the event of an unexpected absence, it is the student’s responsibility to obtain all make-up work by checking the classroom website or google classroom and to touch base with me regarding questions on the assignments. In the event of a planned absence, please contact me, and I will gather the students’ assignments ahead of time, so they do not fall behind in class. Please refer to the student handbook for the makeup day policy.



Students are expected to use technology responsibly. This means not making any changes to the settings, visiting unauthorized sites, etc. Computers are to be used for academic purposes only and your computer activity may be monitored. Failure to abide by this rule may result in the limiting or loss of your computer privileges.


According to Glynn County Schools Student Behavior Code, computer trespass is defined as :

Computer Trespass: Use of a school computer for anything other than instructional purposes or unauthorized use of a computer or computer network with the intention of deleting, obstructing, interrupting, altering, damaging, or in any way causing the malfunction of the computer, network, program(s), or data,


Cell Phones:

Cell phones are not allowed during the school day. Students should make sure cell phones are turned off and placed inside a book bag during the day. This means cell phones are not to be used for any reason during the school day. Teachers have the right to take phones from students. If the student continuously violates this policy, the phone will be turned in to the office and the parent/guardian will have to come and pick it up.


NMS Expectations

All students are expected to adhere to the following three (3) school-wide expectations as outlined in our Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program:

Respect, Responsible, Ready to Learn:
3 Rs
3 Rs
3 Rs