• Ms. Grona

    Ms. Grona

     

     

    This is my first year at Pilot Point. I went to Tarleton State University where I received a B.S. in Agricultural Education. I look forward to teaching agricultural education classes along with Mr. Hesteande and Mrs. Hesteande. I am excited to have the opportunity to work with each of you. It's going to be a great year!

     

     

    Class Schedule:

    1. Professional Communicatons

    2. Advanced Animal Science

    3. Professional Communications

    4. Small Animal Management/Equine

    5. Livestock Production

    6. Advanced Animal Science

    7. Principles of Agriculture

    8. Conference

     

    4 Basic Rules:                                                                           

    1. Be on time

    2. Do what is right

    3. Do what is asked of you

    4. Clean up your mess

     

    Late Work

    One day late-  15 points subtracted from graded paper

    Two days late-  30 points subtracted from graded paper

    Three days late-  student earns a 0

    *Policy goes into effect once the teacher has posted grades.

     

    Grade Weights

    Daily Work; 40%. Teachers are required to have at least 7 daily work grades each six weeks.  A quiz will count as two grades but only as one assignment.

    Tests/Projects; 60%. Teachers are required to have at least 3 test/project grades each six weeks           

     

    Grade Updating Requirement

    All PPHS teachers are required to update their grades at least once a week as required by Pilot Point High School Campus policy.

     

    Make-Up Policy-

    All students will have opportunity to make up work from an excused absence.  The student will have the same number of days he missed plus one to make up for any missing work.  So, for example, if a student is absent for two days, he’ll have a total of three days to make up all missing assignments.

     

    Plagiarism/Cheating

    Any student who plagiarizes or cheats on any assignment or helps another student cheat will receive a zero on that assignment plus disciplinary action.

     

    Semester Exams & Exemption Policy

    Exemptions are based on grades, attendance, and discipline. Only seniors are exempt first semester, all grade levels can be exempt second semester if they meet guidelines.

    Board Policy EIA(Local)

    Any student who has failed any assignment may redo that assignment, provided that the student has met the grading guidelines.   The maximum grade a student will receive will be a 70 .  The student will have a total of five school days to redo the assignment once it has been posted in the gradebook.