Mrs. Squicciarini

?HOMEWORK: Isaac Newton Multimedia Project due: Thursday, January 2nd, 2014.

Mrs. Squicciarini’s Classroom Procedures

1. Be Prepared – Please bring to class each day a pen, pencil, highlighter, binder with loose leaf paper, five tab insertable binder dividers,  binder sheet protectors, assignment pad, and a free read book.

2. Each child will be given a username and password to access the science textbook online at: 

a) Go to the website
b) Enter your username and password you were given in class.
d) Our book we will be using in the beginning of the year is: Short Course K Introduction to Matter

3. Hand in all assignments when they are due. If assignments are frequently turned in late or missing, I will contact the parents/guardians to advise them of my concerns. In the event of an absence, the student will need to personally contact me at a convenient time upon return to school to receive make-up work.

4. My grading policy requires that all work be completed by the due date in order to receive full credit. (Of course, if a student has an excused absence, the school’s policy is followed.) For assignments that are handed in late, students will receive 80% of the assignment's final grade.


5. Finally, in order to encourage communication between parents, students, and myself, I have created a class website that contains a great deal of information relating to my science and health classes. The address for this website is  I will make every attempt to keep this site updated with weekly assignments and other important information relating to our class.

I welcome and encourage open communication amongst the parent, student and teacher. Please don’t hesitate to call me at 973-256-1033, ext. 1208 should you have any questions or concerns relating to your child or my class. You can also email me at if this is more convenient.


Mrs. Amy Squicciarini
8th Grade Science and Health Teacher
School Number One


"No other knowledge is more crucial, than knowledge about health.  Without it no life goal can be successfully achieved." The Carnegie Foundation