Welcome to Homeroom 102!
September 2010-June 2011
General rules and guidelines for
Homeroom teacher: Ms. Ana Felske
Weekly Liturgy is held on
Mondays and Fridays at 7:15 a.m.
On these days you may not sit in Junior
Hall; Please report to the cafeteria during this time; Report to your respective
homeroom at the first bell.
Respect is a two-way street.
It is reciprocal.
and/or being disrespectful makes for bad karma!
- Full uniform is required BEFORE you
enter this homeroom.
- Full uniform: School mandated shoes,
skirt, blouse, socks.
- Students are to be seated in
- No gum chewing.
- No eating or drinking of coffee, juice,
Please refer to the handbook if you have
any questions regarding the dress code.
I will be more than happy to refresh your
memory if you do not have a handbook on hand.
- Homeroom begins promptly
at 7:52 a.m. (2nd bell)
- Homeroom is not for taking quizzes/tests
in another classroom.
- No passes will be issued to see a
teacher in another homeroom.
- Only if your name is called on
announcements/or a mandatory meeting for a club/activity are you allowed to
leave this homeroom.
- ALL students are to be seated in full
uniform ready for morning prayer and announcements.
- Attendance will be taken at 7:52 a.m.
If you arrive after the second bell you will be marked tardy (late).
- A detention will be issued if you are
marked tardy three (3) times.
- Once in homeroom, please do not get up
until you have been excused.
- Obviously, if you need to use the ladies
- Obviously, if you feel ill....I will
issue a pass to you to see the nurse.
Morning prayers, announcements and news,
- Please be reverent and respectful during
- No talking is allowed during the
remainder of homeroom.
No one student is excused from listening to announcements, praying and/or
listening to prayers, standing and/or reciting the National Anthem.
Junior class officers (4) have been assigned to this homeroom. At times,
the officers and I, as advisor to the Class of 2011, have matters to which we
must attend. This does not give you the liberty to talk and/or to be excused
from following the procedures of this homeroom.