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Welcome to Health Class




8TH GRADE Health/7th Grade Health SYLLABUS



Teacher & Subject:

Mr. Mason- 7th/8th Grade Health


Contact Information:

Planning Period: 6th hour(1:13-2:02)

Phone: 918-423-5445 ext. 3068

Email: This is the best way to contact me.


Google Classroom: Daily Bell Ringers, Power point presentations, and class assignments/homework will be uploaded to Google Classroom weekly. If a student is absent, whether it should be for an illness or a school absence, it is the student’s responsibility to check Google Classroom and complete any notes/assignments that were posted. Please ensure you join the correct classroom in order to view all of the posted information.


Daily-Required Materials:

Health textbook

School Binder


Pencils, Blue/Black Pen


Course Descriptions:


Goals and Objectives:

Students will learn to think, write, speak, analyze, interpret, and debate historical ideas, facts, events, and documents.  These skills will enhance the understanding of the world today and the importance each citizen .


Course Grading System

            Total Point System:

                        Tests: 25% of semester grade

                        Quizzes: 25% of semester grade

                        Class Assignments: 50% of semester grade (bell work, daily work, homework, etc.)



McAlester Public Schools Grading Scale:

100-90 = A

  89-80 = B

  79-70 = C

  69-60 = D

  59-0   = F


Classroom Expectations:

  1. Be on time, prepared, and ready to learn.
    1. You are tardy if you are not in your seat and working when the bell rings.
    2. Come to class with pens, pencils, paper, homework, etc. every day.
    3. Leave drama and other issues at the door and ready to learn and participate.
    4. Don’t write on desks or chairs. Keep area sitting at clean.
    5. No PHONES  
  2. Be respectful to all teachers, the classrooms, yourself and other students.
    1. Do not talk when the teacher or other students are talking/presenting.
    2. Raise your hand and wait to be called on before speaking.
    3. Keep the classroom clean. Place trash in the trashcan. Do not throw trash (or other items) across the room. Do not write in books or mark/scratch desks.
    4. No bullying, yelling, or name-calling.
  3. Be responsible for your own learning.
    1. Do not cheat, and do not let others cheat off of you.
  4. Keep all language clean and classy.
    1. Vulgar language or curse words are NEVER allowed in class.  

            5.  Obey student handbook rules.


If a student makes the choice not to follow classroom procedures and expectations, the consequences will be:

1st Offense – Warning

2nd Offense – Office Referral/Detention


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