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Exploring Careers / Yearbook
McCullough Junior High School, Room E205
Phone: (832) 592-5100

Visit mccwebstore.com to pay your Careers and Yearbook class fees


2017-2018 Yearbook Course Applications
Students who are interested in taking yearbook as a course in the new school year must complete an application. Turn in completed applications with your course request sheets. Applications completed after the course selection window will not be considered.
Yearbook I: Intro to Yearbook
(half year, 7th & 8th combined elective)
Yearbook II: Yearbook Production
(full year, 8th only)

Please note: Incoming 8th graders may apply to either Yearbook I or Yearbook II. However, students who have completed Yearbook I their 7th grade year will receive priority consideration for a limited number of spots in Yearbook II, which is the class responsible for producing the yearbook. Please email Lori Reichardt with questions or clarification. (lareichardt@conroeisd.net)
Jan. 31 was the last day to purchase a McCullough Yearbook. However, due to intermittent technical issues with the Balfour.com website, sales have been extended to Friday, Feb. 3. If you have already purchased a yearbook on Balfour.com, please disregard this update. Additionally, if you ordered a yearbook yesterday and received a confirmation email from Balfour.com, you do not need to resubmit your order.

To start your yearbook order, go to Balfour.com and search for "McCullough."

If you have questions, please contact Balfour Customer Service at (800)-944-5930 or email Lori Reichardt at lareichardt@conroeisd.net.

Tutorials: 8:05 a.m. to 8:40 a.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. After school by appointment.

Conference: Red 1st Period, Green 2nd Period

Classroom Expectations:
  • Be on time and be prepared.  (In classroom before the bell rings with all required materials)
  • Be respectful and courteous.  (To others, materials, and technology.)
  • Try your best at all times
  • LISTEN when others are speaking
  • Follow Computer Lab Policy
  • Verbal warning
  • Parent contact
  • Discipline referral
  • Loss of privileges
Expectations outlined in the McCullough Student Handbook will be followed at all times

NO GUM, FOOD OR DRINK ALLOWED IN THE LAB. Water in its original water bottle is allowed and must be kept on the floor away from computer equipment.

Tardy Policy:
Students must be in the classroom BEFORE the bell starts ringing. In order to reduce hallway hazards, students are asked not to linger outside classroom doors.  Students who are late due to locker jams or being held with other teachers must have a pass for the tardy to be excused. Students who leave for the restroom after arriving to class on time must be back before the bell. Please see the McCullough Junior High tardy policy for consequences, as it will be followed.

Cell Phone Policy:
The McCullough Junior High policy for cell phones and electronics will be followed at all times during school hours. As stated in the policy, cell phones are to be turned off and stowed away during school hours. This includes using the phone for text messaging. Parents who need to communicate with students during the day may do so by calling the front office. The consequences for using these items will follow the school policy.

Grading Policy:
It is the student’s responsibility to monitor due dates and come in before or after school if he/she feels more lab time is needed outside of the classroom in order to meet deadlines.  Teacher tutorial hours will be up to date on the website.

Grading System:
Major Grades    40%
Daily Grades      20%
Quiz Grades       20%

Honor Code:
Cheating is not tolerated. Both parties will receive a “0” in the grade book with a phone call home and a discipline referral.

Gradebook: Grades will be posted as soon as possible in Student Access after each assignment. See below for explanation of symbols in gradebook.

=Grades have not been posted for this assignment
=Student has not turned in work, but still has the chance to turn it in
=Student missed deadline to turn in work. Zero stands as the grade.
= Student is excused from the assignment
Students who are missing work should plan to come before or after school, or during advisory, to finish assignments before due date. Do not plan to use class time for make-up work. After due date, if the assignment is not turned in, the "Z" becomes a "0".

Make-Up Work:
Assignments are given daily, so students who miss class should plan to have make-up work. It is the student's responsibility to check the class planner when absent and complete missed assignments on Moodle. Students should check missed assignments immediately upon returning in order to get all questions about the missed assignment clarified BEFORE the due date. Students receive one day to make up work for each day absent.

With the structure of the class, students are not guaranteed time in class to work on previously missed assignments. Please arrange to come in during tutorials or advisory to complete work. Students may also work on these assignments from a computer at home. Items need to be completed before the due date or 10 points will be deducted for each day late.

Students who miss less than half the class by leaving early are not considered absent and should finish assignments at home or in tutorials to be turned at the start of the next class.

Late Assignments:
Students will receive 10 points off for each day an assignment is late. If a student finishes work, but forgets to turn it in, it is considered late. Students should monitor due dates on the class planner in order to submit work on time. Missing assignments are designated as a “Z” in the grade book. After three class periods, the assignment will be given a “0”, which cannot be replaced by turning in the assignment.


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Conroe, Texas 77304
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