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My name is Mr. Paluzi and I want to take a moment to welcome all of you to the 2020-2021 school year here at WCHS. This year I will be teaching both onsite and virtual courses of Psychology and Sociology. I have been teaching since 2006 and this is my third year teaching at WCHS. I am looking forward to having your child in class this year. If you ever have any questions please feel free to contact me. To assist you I have created a Google Classroom for each block class that I will be teaching this spring. Since we will be starting the 2nd semester using our remote classrooms, it is important that everyone log in to their appropriate class prior to the January 4th start date. The Zoom Link will be posted the day of the first class. https://classroom.google.com/ 1st Block Psychology – iuogz6u; 2nd Block Psychology – a56fqq2; 3rd Block Sociology – d2orsmi; CCRP - er533fr; 4th Block Psychology – 4f3g6fd; 5th Block Sociology – id2izi2; 7th Block Sociology – 63abatg;
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General Expectations:

 

Students

  • Attendance Policy – Daily attendance is mandatory and crucial to your success.
  • Classroom Policy – Other procedures will be discussed in class and can be adjusted as needed by the instructor
  • General Expectations – All other rules as stated in the West Creek High School Student Handbook apply also in my classroom
    • Be Prompt
    • Be Prepared
    • Be Respectful of others and school property

 

Plagiarism: (According to Harbrace Handbook, 15th Edition)

  • “Plagiarism is defined as presenting someone else’s ideas, research, or opinion as your own without proper documentation, even if it has been rephrased. It includes, but is not limited to the following”:
  • Copying verbatim all or part of another written work, even another student’s work
  • Using phrases, figures, or illustrations without citing the source
  • Paraphrasing ideas, conclusion, or research without citing the source
  • Using all of or part of a literacy plot, poem, or film without attributing the work to its creator
  • Consequences: As plagiarism is a form of stealing and academic fraud, committing such an act carries both a grade penalty and disciplinary action. Students who are found guilty of plagiarism will have the option of either redoing the assignment within a specified period an accepting a grade letter drop or taking a zero on the assignment. Parents should be involved in making the decision.
  • If you are ever in doubtplease ask me