Hello Students and Parents and welcome to my teacher page!
For those parents that I have not had the pleasure of meeting yet,
my name is Mr.Risch and I am one of two 6th Grade math teachers
at Carr Lane. As we prepare for an unprecedented school year,
I want you to know that I am a resource as we
work together to make sure your student receives an excellent education.
To make sure I teach your 6th grade student, I teach the following homerooms:
Mr. Risch (mine)
Ms. Kosinsky (ELA)
Mr. Dillard (Social Studies)
I will post all homework on Tyler SIS (my online gradebook). Students will turn in
their homework assignments the following day. If you or any of you have questions
or need help with the assignments, you can reach me at email@example.com! Please
let me know if there is anything I can do to help, we are all in this together. I cannot
wait to get to know all of your children!
Links to Microsoft Team Classes:
Period 1: (7:23-8:47)
Period 2: (8:50-10:14)
Period 3: (10:54-12:18)
&tenantId=08e33d6b-a654-486a-80e3-20b190ae22d7Name: Justin RischEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgRoom Number(s): 301Subject(s): 6th Grade MathematicsBuilding Phone: 314-231-0413Planning Period: Monday to Friday, 12:22 to 1:46pm
Big Ideas Math (6th Grade Math)
Instructors Name: Mr. Justin Risch
Instructor Planning Period for Appointments
E-Mail Address- email@example.com
School Phone: 314-231-0413
Big Ideas Math (6th Grade-Math)
Course Description: This class exposes students to highly motivating and relevant problems. The content of this
class requires students to have the depth and rigor needed to prepare for career-readiness and other high school
level courses. In addition, this class prepares students to meet the challenges of tomorrow to provide a greater
depth of understanding.
Text: Big Ideas Math (Green Book)
Methods of Instruction: Do Now, Teach Lesson, (In-Class Activities)-Independent Work, Exit Slips, Homework
Course Objectives: Students will be able to understand and solve for the Number System,
Expressions and Equations, Functions, Geometry, and Statistics and Probability
Assignments: Students will complete Do Now’s, In-Class Activities (Independent), Quizzes, Tests, Exit Slips,
Exams/Tests/ Quizzes: Quizzes and Tests will be given in a weekly/bi-weekly manner
Grading Criteria: All grades will be based on a point system
Course Requirements: BasicMathematics/Pre-Algebra
Attendance Policy: Attendance will be taken on a daily basis
SUPPLIES EACH STUDENT WILL NEED DAILY IN CLASS
Bring to class daily: These may also be used in other classes:
Agenda book for homework
Hand held pencil sharpener
Class Donation: A box of tissue or a roll of paper towels,
4-Pack of EXPO dry-erase markers for student boards
Nightly homework is checked the next class day. Those assignments can only be made throughout each quarter.
If you are absent, please check with the teacher or other students before returning to class to get your assignments.
Late work will be accepted in a timely manner and only partial credit can be received. Good attendance is
encouraged, whereas Do Now’s can’t be made up. Extra credit work is available under special circumstances.
To schedule a personal conference or to have a phone conference you may call the office and leave a message with
the school secretary. I will return your call during my planning period or after school that day. Parents may also
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I check my email several times daily Monday through Friday. Please remember
to include your child’s full name with all correspondence.
Students will show respect for the teacher, other students, and equipment.
Students will raise their hands and wait to be called on before speaking out. No loud/disruptive talking.
Students will come to class on time with completed homework, supplies and be ready to work.
Students will check the progress of their class grade weekly on: SIS-Parent Portal.
Verbal Praise Verbal Warning
Reward (Varies) Parental Phone call/meeting
Homework/Test Question Coupon Omission from class/activities (Lunch Detention)
Special Activities A referral to an administrator
Students will be earning points for each activity they complete. Daily Do Now’s or Exit Slip activities will
usually be worth 5 points a day, In-Class Activities/assignments around 10 points. Quizzes and Tests are
usually worth 20 points, and all other assignments (including homework) will be based on a rubric or the
amount of work required by the student to complete the activity.
PLEASE KEEP PARENT CONTACT INFORMATION UPDATED IN THE OFFICE SO THAT YOU RECEIVE GRADE
ALERTS & EMAIL UPDATES REGARDING YOUR CHILD’S GRADE.
I have reviewed this class syllabus with my parents and understand the makeup work policy.
Parent Email Address:____________________________________________________________
(PARENT EMAIL NEEDED FOR TEACHER TO FORWARD GRADESHEETS AND UPDATES)
Written Assignments and Academic Misconduct: All written work submitted must be the student’s
original work and conform to the guidelines provided by the teacher. This means that any substantive
ideas, phrases, sentences, and/or any published ideas must be properly referenced to avoid even the
appearance of plagiarism. It is the student’s responsibility to know all relevant school policies concerning
plagiarism. Any documented cases of plagiarism can and will result in a failing grade.