assignment made prior to a studentís excused absence is due on the day of
their return to class.
tests will be made up within a week of the studentís return during a time
agreed upon with the teacher.
given during an excused absence are usually due one class day for every class
day of absence after the studentís return. So a student missing three periods
will have four class periods to submit make-up work (three periods plus the day
of their initial return). Students who need more time should speak to Mr.
Koepping as soon as they return from the absence.
that are not taken and assignments that are not turned in because of unexcused
absences will not be accepted upon the studentís return. Students will receive
a zero for those assignments and those tests.
into account the vagaries of high school life, Mr. Koepping will accept work one
calendar day late for full credit. If an assignment were due on Monday, he would
accept it on Tuesday (but not Wednesday morning) for full credit.
will lose 10 percent of the value of an assignment for each additional calendar
day (excluding weekends) the work is late. For example an assignment that is due
on a Monday that is turned in on Wednesday will be worth a maximum of 90 percent
of the points possible, on Thursday that would fall to 80 percent, on Friday it
would be worth a maximum of 70 percent. Work that is more than three calendar
days late (excluding weekends) will not be accepted.
makeup tests will also not be accepted after a quarter or semester is completed.
A quarter or semester is considered complete when the students have attended the
final class of that grading period.