Phonics Lab Rules and Policies
Entering the Lab:
* Walk quietly in the lab.
* No food, beverages, gum, or candy are permitted at anytime in the lab.
* Pencils only are to be used in the lab.
* Bring only the materials requested by your teacher to the lab.
* Any backpacks or materials not used for the lesson will be left in the front area.
Using Lab Stations:
* Sit in your assigned seat only.
* No adjusting of chairs is allowed without permission.
* Respect the furniture- no tipping of chairs or marking signs on the furniture is allowed.
* Do not move any cables.
* Notify your teacher or the lab facilitator if any equipment or furniture needs adjustment or repair.
* Don’t play with the control panel; control panel is only to be used when directed by the teacher.
* Do not wear headsets until directed.
* Headsets are to be treated with care; do not unplug or bend any part of headset.
* Immediately report any problems with headsets.
* Keep the headset volume as it is assigned.
* Listen carefully and follow all instructions given by your teacher or the lab facilitator.
* Ask the teacher or lab facilitator if you need help with the lesson or the equipement.
* Do not leave your seat without permission.
* Immediately report any equipment problems or failures with computer access.
* Do not attempt to fix any hardware problems.
* Do not wear personal headphones without permission from your teacher.
Exiting the lab:
* Stations must be left in ready condition for the next student
* Chairs must be pushed in and headsets hung up properly.
* Quietly leave the lab.
* Students and parents need to understand that a student's careful and cooperative participation in activities in the lab is to be included in computing a student's quarter grade.
* Students and their parents will be held liable for damage to equipment, software, and furniture.
* If a student violates any of the rules, he or she will be subject to disciplinary actions whic may include notification of parents, detentions and/or denial of lab access for that day and/or privilege for a period of time that can be the remainder of the school year.