FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. HOW DO I REACH MY TEACHER?

Contact info is posted at the top of the course. Text me, call me, email me AND you can also "message" me right on your course page. See "Message my teacher".

If you want to "meet" online to go over something we can arrange a skype or google hangout. Let me know!

If you live in Red Deer and area, just come on in and see me.

2. Where can I find my marks?

 You need to log on to POWERSCHOOL to see and keep track of your marks and progress. If you don't know your login ID or PASSWORD contact our school secretaries Cheryl or Christine.  403-314-9382
There is a link on the moodle start up page to go directly to PowerSchool.

3. WHAT HAPPENS IF I START LATE or IF MY ASSIGNMENT IS LATE?

Contact your teacher to discuss. Students WILL be suspended from their accounts if there is unsatisfactory progress in the course. These suspensions will occur at midterm when progress is evaluated.

Because St. Gabriel school allows you flexibility, you will NOT be penalized for late assignments as long as you are communicating with your teacher. In other words, PowerSchool will show "zero" but you can hand in the assignment late as discussed with your teacher. 

Please note that there is a FINAL due date at the end of the semester in either January (Semester 1) or June (Semester 2) when all assignments MUST be submitted.

4. WHAT IS PLAGIARISM / CHEATING?

PLAGIARISM = copying words, sentences, PARTS of sentences, . . . .even copying IDEAS that are not yours IS PLAGIARISM = 0%. These may be copying other students words or ideas, or words or ideas from a book or internet site.

You will receive ZERO if ANY PART OF ANY ASSIGNMENT WORDS or IDEAS is not your own, is from the internet, another source, or another student.  If you are using someone elses thoughts, cite their work by linking the URL to the paragraph or placing a footnote at the bottom of your written work.  If plagiarism is detected:

 The teacher will advise the student of the plagiarism and inform the student that:

• Credit for the assignment is NOT given.

• Meet with teacher in person and/or administrator to discuss next steps.

2. Whenever a student has knowingly assisted another student to be dishonest or cheat or plagiarize part or all of an assignment, that student has cheated also. The following may occur:

• Eliminate the credit that the student would have received for his/her own work on the same assignment on which the student assisted another student through dishonesty, cheating or plagiarism.

• Refer the student to school principal.

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