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    Writing
    All written assignments are due as assigned. Many writing projects are completed in class. Usually only a first draft or final copies need to be completed at home. Free writing WNB work will be assigned periodically.
    Late written assignments will NOT be accepted after the Friday of the week in which they were due. For each day an assignment is late, a grade will be deducted.

     
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    Reading
    Children should read every night for a minium of 30 minutes!!! Students will complete DIRT logs (Daily Independent Reading Logs) or COWs (Connections of the Week) each week. They will be assigned on Mondays and collected on Mondays. They should demonstrate that students are reading nightly, that they are engrossed in reading and that they have a deep understanding of what they read. They will also participate in reading conferences in class and complete a variety of reading assessments.
    Late written assignments will NOT be accepted after the Friday of the week in which they were due. For each day an assignment is late, a grade will be deducted.
     

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    Nightly Homework
    Nightly homework assignments are usually given in the form of worksheets or other enrichment activities. This homework is due the next day.
    Nightly homework will NOT be accepted late.
    We usually go over these assignments in class and the educational purpose is lost if they are not completed on time.
     
     
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    Absences
    Students are responsible for making up homework that was assigned when they were absent. Assignments can be requested through the school or through my email address colleentorres@wpcsd.k12.ny.us. Assignments are also listed on this website under the "Tonight's Homework" tab.
    For each day a student is absent, an additional day will be allowed for homework to be completed. Arrangements can be made with the teacher for extended absences.
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Last Modified on August 30, 2011