Grades are updated and posted frequently (usually at least once a week).
Unhappy with your grade? Try the following...
Check the posted grades for any missing work. Then finish it and turn it in.
Ask Mr. Schlegel for help (schedule a time--before school, after school, or at lunch).
Attend Wednesday After Hours. The late bus will take students home, too.
Call or e-mail Mr. Schlegel.
Extra Credit Options:
See me if you have an idea for something you can do for extra credit. Make sure your regular assignments are completed first.
Here's one idea: Attend events like this and write a paper about what you did and learned...
Check out this event happening on March 3rd, 2007 at WWU for students in grades 5 - 9 and their families. This event is part of the Wizards at Western series. On Saturday, March 3rd at 10 a.m. at WWU Science Lecture Hall 150, Prof. Steven Emory will present an interactive science program called "Bugs, Lights, and Lightning" that focuses on the chemical aspects of light. Have you ever wondered about the chemistry of fluorescent lights, light sticks, glow-in-the-dark stickers, fireworks, or even fireflies? This educational show will explore these questions using a series of dramatic chemical demonstrations combined with scientific explanations designed for children in grades 5 - 9. Prof. Emory will be assisted by students from Western Washington University’s Chem Club and by staff from the American Museum of Radio and Electricity. Extra Credit, anyone? Click here for a "poster" about the event.