Click to read the: Syllabus - US History

Click to read Mr. Wolfgram's: Mission Statement


Things to work on daily:

  • Responsibility
  • Accountability
  • Listening Skills
  • Following Directions

For class you will need daily:

  • Creating America textbook
  • school issued iPad
  • Paul Revere Charter Middle School Planner/Agenda
  • a spiral notebook that is used for history class only
  • two pencils (kept in two different places of your backpack)
  • two red pens (kept in two different places of your backpack)
  • colored pencils (a box of at least 12 is recommended)

Expectations, Rules, and Policies:

  • All students are expected to arrive promptly to class prepared to learn.
  • All assignments are to be completed/ready for review at the beginning of class.
    • Late work is never accepted for grade.
  • All students are expected to participate actively in the learning process.
  • All students are expected to follow all classroom rules.

Classroom Rules:

  • Respect the people and ideas around you.
  • Raise your hand quietly and wait to be called.
  • Follow directions.
  • Come to class ready to learn and with all necessary materials.

Assignments/work not turned in at the beginning of class will be scored as a zero.

Assignments/work/quizzes missed because of a student's unexcused tardy/absence will be scored as a zero.

To eliminate confusion, any work for credit without a full name (first and last) will be scored as a zero.

Any work for grade not done in pencil will be scored as a zero.

Late work is never accepted for grade.

Absent students are responsible for all content missed during their absence. If a student is absent the day an assignment is given, it is the student's responsibility to check the website and complete the assignment on time. If a student is absent the day an assignment is due, it is the student's responsibility to turn in all work on the first day back from their absence. If a student is absent on the day a quiz/test is given, it is the student's responsibility to be prepared to take the quiz/test on the first day back from their absence.

For a detailed explanation of the class grading policy please read the syllabus posted above.