419 Hixon Street
Mangham, LA 71259
(318)-248-2575

 

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Odysseyware

Odysseyware

Course Catalog

2015 Curriculum List

Odysseyware Teacher Parent Student Contract

Odysseyware Teacher Security and Confidentiality Agreement

Showing an Odysseyware Course/Lesson on a SMART Board

Odysseyware Sample Student Lesson

Teacher Quick Start Guide

Teacher Security and Confidentiality Agreement


Guidelines for Odysseyware courses


Planning:
Lesson plans will be turned in weekly. The Odysseyware template will be used.


Pacing:
The calendar for an OdysseyWare course should follow a semester or full year plan, ie, each six weeks a student should complete approximately 1/6th of the course (or 1/3rd if a semester course).


Lessons, Quizzes, and Tests:
Students can work on lessons in class and at home. Students can ONLY take quizzes and tests at school and must show their notes for the lesson in their notebooks.


Notebook:
Students will keep a notebook in all Odysseyware courses.
Students will log their daily activities in the notebook.
Students will show their notebooks to the teacher before a quiz or test is made available.
Notebooks will be taken up at the middle and end of each six weeks to be graded.


Grades:
For each progress report and report card, students will have two grades entered into Web-JPAMS:

  • The notebook grade will be a 25 point grade and represent 20% of the six weeks average.
  • OdysseyWare grades will average to be a 100 point grade determined by the student's course grade and the percentage of the course completed. This grade will represent 80% of the six weeks average.
In order to receive credit for a course in OdysseyWare, a student must complete 100% of the course with a passing grade.

Our Mission Statement
The Richland Parish School System will provide a comprehensive educational foundation and safe learning environment for all students. Students will demonstrate mastery of skills needed to be lifelong learners. It is our system's purpose to develop the whole child to his/her fullest potential. Excellence will be expected from each employee and student in the system.