The Karadimos Classroom Constitution
You have the right to: attend classes, participate in all school related activities, be proactive in order to help you and others be successful learners and assist in the educational process.
Article 1: You have the right to be graded fairly. Grades will be determined by using the systems and scales outlined below.
Article 2: You have the right to be tutored by me or my substitute before or after school. I will be located in 240 or 240-0 (right across the hall from 243). My e-mail address is email@example.com.
Article 3: You have the right to visit the bathroom once during class per semester. The second visit will be matched, minute for minute, during detention. The third visit will be a double the time in detention, and so on. Students who do not use the bathroom will receive 10 extra credit points for the semester.
Article 4: You have the right to do extra credit as it is assigned by Mr. Karadimos or his substitute. Ideas for extra credit assignments may be proposed to Mr. Karadimos outside of class.
Article 5: You have a right to a challenging education that will be protected. Therefore, the following procedures will be adopted and implemented by Mr. Karadimos or his substitute:
Article 6: You have the right to examine this constitution. A copy will be given to you, posted in the classroom, and posted on the Internet at http://www.mathguide.com/mk/iframe/constitution.html.
Article 7: You have a right to appeal all decisions made by Mr. Karadimos or his substitute to the proper higher authorities. However, disputes should first be aired to Mr. Karadimos before/after school or before/after class, so as not to interfere with anyone elseís education.