9/25 Classwork and Vocabulary Quiz
9/22-23 Resume Classwork/Homework
9/9 Classwork Ch 2
9/2 Budget Classwork
8/24-28 Classwork Ch 1
Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Tammy Small
Hi Awesome Finance Students!
Please check the course syllabus (top of this page) for important information about your Personal Financial Literacy (Finance) class.
During the school year, email and text are the best way to contact me: Tammy.Small@marion.k12.fl.us
You may text me at (352) 405 - 0418. I will check messages at least once each day and respond as soon as I am able, M-F during the school year and within school hours.
I look forward to seeing you :)
GRADING: Check your MCPS Gradebook for grades on assignments/quizzes/tests.
Tests/projects: Grades represent actual scores and are worth 40% of your class grade.
*Online Tests/quizzes may be retaken by accessing the test/quiz link again, after studying, within one week of due date. New score will replace old score (not necessarily the highest score).
*Classroom tests may be retaken with teacher approval and only within one week of the original test date.
Participation: Students will earn assignment/participation points based on being prepared for class, answering/attempting to answer questions with well thought out comments, reading aloud, actively engaging in groups when assigned. Students who disrupt the learning environment of others will lose assignment/participation points.
Assignments/Quizzes: Assignments and quizzes are worth 50% of your class grade and include written, classroom, and group assignments (including participation points for classroom and group work) and quizzes.
*Written assignments will be scored on instruction compliance (ex. required number of sentences), completeness and correctness of answers, grammar and spelling.
*Classroom/group assignments will be graded on active and appropriate participation and adherence to instructions.
*Written assignments may be revised and resubmitted for up to 80% credit with prior teacher approval and within one week of due date only. READ AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. New score will replace old score (NOT necessarily the highest score).