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  Katrin Deetz (831) 438-0610 ex: 221 Math & Science Teacher
Seventh Grade Science Syllabus:

1) Science will explore 5 main units following the Next Generation Science Standards: Plate Tectonics, Rocks & Minerals, Erosion, Chemistry, and Ecology;

2) Grades are weighted:

60% Homework & Classwork

40% Assessments

late work policy

Late work is accepted from an excused absence with no penalty (excused absences would be illnesses, doctor’s appointments, etc.); one day absent equals one extra day to complete work.  

Late work policy for unexcused work is as follows: Work submitted 1 school-day late will receive one full letter grade reduction (ex: an A would become a B).  

Work submitted 2 school-days late or more will receive reduced-credit only up to 70% (ex: an A  would become a 70% C- grade, but F quality work might get 50%). Late work is only accepted up to three weeks past the original due date.  


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Big rocks

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Sunset on the Ocean
Homework Calendar
Kirkwood Meadows
Monterey Bay
Enjoy Your World!
Tiger Lily

Science Class Resources can be found in Mrs. Deetz' GoogleClassroom.

Test Corrections

If you score a 69% or lower on a quiz or test, you can do test corrections to raise your grade up to C (75%) credit. Here's how:

1) Get a separate sheet of paper, and title it "Corrections";

2) For only the problems you missed, answer the question correctly;

3) Staple your corrections to the original quiz, and turn it in.

Students can do 2 test corrections per trimester. 

Enjoy the world

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Snowy Mountain
Cat Drinking From Birdbath

Explore the grand Scale of the Universe 

Mossy Trees
Snowy Night Scene

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