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Academic Guidelines

Homework  

It is the student’s responsibility to know what homework there is and to ensure that all work is completed on time. Students may wish to purchase agendas to use as a communication tool to record their assignments, important information, upcoming events and exam dates. Teachers also update weekly blogs. When an issue is more serious in nature, we ask that the parent make contact directly with the teacher. 

Home Work Length  

  • Homework length will vary as needed. This is an average guideline. 
    Grades 6-9: Approximately 45 - 60 minutes per night
  • Homework may include reviewing, studying for tests, completing assignments, and reading.
  • Major tests and major projects will not be assigned over long weekends or holidays.
  • In addition, students will be required to practice their instruments over the course of the week
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