Read 1801) Come to class prepared.
Our Classroom Code of Conduct
2) Respect the people and property of TMS.
3) Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
4) Be respectful, quiet listeners
5) Let Mr. Gillig teach
What To Do In Room 102
1) After entering the classroom, you will need to pick up your daily “Word Ladder” assignment and begin working immediately.
2) Raise your hand in order to answer a question or share information.
3) You will need to sign out a “pass” in your assignment notebook in order to use the restroom or go to your locker.
4) You may not store anything in a desk (books, papers, pencils) or leave any of your materials on the back counter at the end of the day
5) Please recycle all of your unwanted homework/notebook papers in the recycling bag located by the doorway. All others items must be disposed of in one of our trash cans.
You are expected to complete all assignments and participate in all classroom activities. Please do your best to promote a positive classroom atmosphere. Your behavior is based on your choices. If you make good decisions, good things will happen (great grades, a fun classroom). However, if you choose to make poor decisions you must understand that this will bring a negative consequence.
Consequences for Poor Choices.
Choosing not to complete homework (8th grade): Automatic assignment into lunch bunch.
After three missing/late assignments your parents will be notified and you will receive an after school detention.
Choosing not to complete homework (7th grade): After three missing/late assignments your parents will be notified and you will receive an after school detention.
*** Examples of classroom disruptions include consistently being off task, distracting other students or Mr. Gillig, using class time as social time.
2) Conference with Mr. Gillig/Phone call home
3) Teacher Detention (lunch or otherwise noted)
4) After school detention/referral to Dean of Students
Severe Classroom Disruptions:
*** Examples of severe classroom disruptions include bullying, name-calling, inappropriate language, inappropriate touching (hitting, shoving, kicking), destruction of property or theft.
1) Immediate phone call to parents
2) Teacher or after school detention
3) Referral to Dean of Students
Daily To-Do List for the Computer Zone1) Log in with your name and password.
Name: bgillig (1st letter of name followed by your last name)
Password: 92181 (Your birthday without any dashes)
2) Always begin working in the “Reading Zone”
3) You will need to work in all three zones (Reading, Word and Spelling each day)
4) Read the Reading Zone passage each day and answer two questions.
5) Log off at the end of the rotation
*** Tell Mr. Gillig when you are in the success zone!
Please feel free borrow any of my books (located on either of my bookshelves) to read at your leisure. You will need to sign out your choice with me and may keep the book for up to one month.
Please do not hesitate to speak to me about any areas of concerns. It an be as simple as not understanding an assignment or needing to share a problem. If I do not know the answer I will set you up with someone (a counselor, Mr. Murphy or Mr. Boes) that can help you with your problem.
I will be communicating with your parents/guardians throughout the course of the year. However, they are always welcome and encouraged to contact me if they have questions or concerns. I can be reached via telephone or e-mail, which are included below. A great deal of information is located on my teacher website accessibly through the the Tiffin City Schools webpage. I will respond to any messages as soon as possible .
Phone Number for Tiffin Middle School: 419-447-3358. Extension 1126