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Mark White Teacher
La Ruta de Los Conquistadores 2009
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Teacher Information:

Mr. White

Science Department

Room: NMS 208

mark.white@cjuhsd.net

Senior Year (1977)
Senior Year (1977)

Mr. White's Main Page

Biology Rules!

Welcome to Mr. White's School Loop page!  This is a great tool to stay connected to what is going on in our classroom. Please access your course page by clicking on the appropriate link in the top left-hand corner of this page.  Once there, you will find news about our course, a Locker to access classroom materials, a link to textbook resources, and science news from around the world.  Please be sure to check all the course information I've provided. Feel free to send me a message if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions. 

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Parents & Students

The emphasis of biology is the study of living things, but we will also explore topics in biochemistry, geology, and ecology.  Science affects you every day in many different ways and it is important that you have a basic understanding of biology.  Don't be afraid to ask questions.  (Someone else is probably confused too!)  Please feel free to stop by after school.

 

How Will I Grade You?

 

Grading Scale

A 90-100%   B 80-90%   C 70-79%   D 60-69%   F Below 59.4%

 

You must turn in your work, otherwise I will have nothing to grade you on.  Please see me after school or email me if you are having difficulties.  Please do not wait until the last minute for help.    

Classroom Rules

Our class has four basic rules all students will need to honor.  It is extremely important that everyone follow these rules in order to improve everyone’s success in learning.

  1. Be on time.  When the bell rings, you must be in your seat ready to work.
  2. Be responsible.  Come to class prepared with all necessary materials (paper, pens/pencils, Interactive Notebook—notes, class work, completed homework, etc.).  Pay attention during class, turn assignments in on time, stay on task, etc.
  3. Be respectful.  Respect yourself, your peers, your teachers, and your school.  This includes:  no put-downs, no foul language, no calling out of turn, picking up after one’s self, taking proper care of class and lab materials, etc.
  4. Be honest.  Do not copy or cheat on ANY school work.  Be honest when communicating to others.
Our Textbook
Our Textbook
Mission Bay Marathon 1977 (2:59:43)
Mission Bay Marathon '77