Clicking on the assignment due dates, red numbers, or green numbers will take you to various types of assignments.
- Assignment Due Dates: Clicking on the due date of the assignment on the calendar (eg. Story Project DUE) will take you to the assignment page. The assignment page will give you all of the information about that particular assignment: including the rubric, an assignment description, all supplementary materials, and sometimes even examples of the assignment. These due dates are typically for larger projects that are to be completed at home, despite the fact that we often work on them in-class.
- Red Numbers: The red numbers correspond with assignments done in-class that can be made up. A red number indicates that there was a worksheet completed during class that day that may be found by clicking on the red number for easy download. Hard Copies of these worksheets can also be found in Mr. Strock's classroom in the worksheet organizer. The hard copies are numbered to match the numbers on the calendar--both the digital calendar on this website and the calendar in the classroom.
- Green Numbers: The green numbers correspond with composition book entries done in-class that can be made up. By clicking on the green number, you will find the prompt given in class during the day on which it is found on the calendar. The green number indicates the entry number for the composition book. For example, the green six in the sample calendar above signifies that it is the sixth entry in the composition book and should be marked accordingly.
- Reading Assignments: There will often be reading assignments that are done either in-class or at home. The assignment will be marked by chapters or page numbers depending on the unit, but whether the reading is completed at home or in-class it must be completed by the next class period. In the example above, chapter 4 in the reading must be completed before class begins on the next A-day or on Tuesday the 11th of March.