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Assistant Principal - Student Services

http://www.thesae.k12.ca.us/apps/pages/jpalmer 

 Mr. Palmer, M.Ed.

jpalmer@thesae.k12.ca.us

(909) 622-0669

2018 - 2019

  

 

 

Welcome to The School of Arts and Enterprise! For up-to-date classroom and curricular information, visit the home page for each House teacher.

 

 

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Notice(s)

 

Welcome Back to School!

First Day of School - August 13, at 9:00

Arrive between 8:30-8:45

 

  

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The School of Arts & Enterprise

2018-2019

 

 

 


Grading Policy (also see Parent-Student Handbook page 9)

Final Marks

Standards & Scoring

A

88 – 100%

4.0

Advanced

B

75 – 87.9%

3.5

Approaching Advanced

C

63 – 74.9%

3.0

Proficient

No Credit

0 – 62.9%

2.5

Approaching Proficient

 

2.0

Basic

1.5 or 1

Below Basic

 

TESTS/RETAKES

Teachers recommend that students attend tutoring on a weekly basis. Assessments and content should be remediated before or after school.  

 

STANDARDS

Mathematics and English use the Common Core State Standards. Science uses integrated NGSS standards. Additionally, all four subjects will incorporate the English Language Development Standards, the 21st century UNLOCK goals, and the Visual Arts and Performing Arts standards into their lessons.

 

TARDY POLICY

* See Parent-Student Handbook page 15


HOMEWORK & CLASSWORK

Assignments are expected to be completed on time. Emailing the teacher the night before homework is due does NOT excuse the assignment. A parent/guardian must contact the teacher for emergencies to receive an extension.

 

FOOD & DRINK

* See Parent-Student Handbook

 

ELECTRONICS/TECHNOLOGY

* See Parent-Student Handbook page 58

 


HOUSE

Course Description

House is a course that allows students opportunities to: reflect on their learning; receive academic advising; build friendships through icebreaker activities; work on interdisciplinary semester long projects; read, annotate, and discuss current events; participate in a community social outreach project; and receive social emotional support, and develop college and career readiness skills.

Justin W. Palmer, M. Ed

Assistant Principal - Student Services

The School of Arts and Enterprise

jpalmer@thesae.k12.ca.us

909-436-1005