A. Probation and Expulsion
Occasionally, the Math Clinic and Science Works have had to place some students on probation or cut them from our program. A student is placed on probation if he/she has three infractions:
a. S/he is found to be unprepared for classes (e.g., no notebook for Math Clinic, spectacles, incomplete or missing assignments, etc.)
b. S/he is unorganized and not responsible. (Notes are to be arranged properly in a folder or notebook). Parents please allow your child to recognize that it is his or her responsibility to pack his or her notebook/calculator for his/her Math Clinic class every Wednesday despite the fact that he or she does not have that class at school on Wednesdays.
c. S/he does not follow the regiment of reviewing all notes (starting from day one) on a weekly basis.
d. S/he misses or is late for three sessions in a single term, not due to illness.
e. Expulsion of a student from a class or all classes will be determined by the Director.
While all students do not operate and learn at the same level, the tutors of the Math Clinic and Science Works are looking for a relatively consistent effort being put forth by all participants at all times (or most times).
The company cannot guarantee any specific level or degree of improvement, but our track record shows that our students' performances are directly connected to the amount of study and effort applied and invested by the individiual student. The role of the tutors of the Math Clinic and Science Works is to clarify concepts, techniques and assist students in building their knowledge base in their area of study.