MidTerm Examination Schedule | January 2015
Policies and Procedures
Exams Are Scheduled As Follows:
Second Quarter Closes Friday, January 23, 2015.
Thursday, January 15 | A & B
Friday, January 16 | C & D
Tuesday, January 20 | E & F
Wednesday, January 21 | G & Make Up
7:45-8:25| Cafeteria & Library supervised tutorial
8:30-10:30 | First exam
10:30-11:25 | Lunch/Tutorial
11:30-1:30 | Second exam
1:35- 2:45 | Cafeteria &Library Supervised Tutorial
• Students will not be admitted to exams late. It is the responsibility of teachers to enforce this rule, by informing students of this policy and being in their classrooms early.
• Teachers will give relevant and practical exams in ALL major subjects. In the case of semester-long courses, these exams will be FINAL exams. Must be two hour exam. In eschools, assign each student a grade for the quarter AND a final grade.
• Students must take their exams at the scheduled times. Makeup exams must be approved by the Vice Principal AND require a doctor’s note, or a parental note confirming an absence due to illness.
• Students who are not taking exams MUST remain in the Library or cafeteria for supervised study. STUDENTS WILL NOT BE RELEASED BEFORE THE CONCLUSION OF THE EXAM PERIOD.
• In the event of school cancellation during Midterm Exams, we will proceed as follows: Upon return to school from a cancellation, we will administer the EXAMS MISSED and continue with the same sequence of exams. For example, if school is cancelled on Thursday, January 15, when we return on Friday, January 26 we will administer EXAMS A &B that the students/faculty had prepared to take/administer. On Tuesday, January 19, we will administer EXAMS C and D.
Career Exploration With ASVAB | January 29th
Juniors and seniors are invited to participate in the ASVAB test, which will be administered at Classical on 1/29/2015. The ASVAB is a great tool for matching your abilities and interests to career fields. Although it is also the test required for joining a military branch, you do not need to be interested in the military to participate. If you would like to take this test, please return a permission slip with a parent signature to Guidance. Permission slips are available in Guidance and can be printed from the attachment to this message.
Why should you take the ASVAB?
- Identify your strengths & weaknesses.
- Understand & organize information about interests, skills, work values and personal preferences.
- Understand the career exploration process in researching college majors and other occupations.
- Identify your interests and skill levels in everything from reading to electronics!
- Learn your career options in the United States' military services.
- Taking this test does not commit you to join the military.
- Both college and non-college bound students take the ASVAB.
- It is the most widely used aptitude test in the United States.
Now is the time to explore the world of work & identify your options.
Take advantage of this great opportunity to take the ASVAB.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Gene Constantino, Principal
Classical's Parent University!
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|Classical Parent University is a series of parent workshops for parents of 9th grade Classical students that we will be offering at Classical.
This year there will be 3 nights of workshops:
October 9, 2014
December 9, 2014
April 9, 2015
|As partners in your child’s education, these workshops are intended to provide you with information on how to best support your child’s academic, social, and emotional growth.
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