Mr. Dragon  

9th Grade EnE


Computer Science

[email protected]


Mr. Dragon has been teaching middle school for ten years.  Mr. Dragon is certified to teach Technology, Science, Math and Social Studies. He specializes in helping students develop to their fullest potential. With a dedicated approach to using hands-on teaching methods, Mr. Dragon encourages his students to use the skills they are learning in the real world. 


TESTS: 25%






Mr. Dragon’s website:


Discovery Education:



Student Supplies:

Students are required to have each day:

  1. Paper (3 ring or notebook)
  2. Folder
  3. Pen/Pencil
  4. Laptop

Helpful to have:

Scissors, Glue, Tape, Markers, Highlighters

Classroom Rules:

The Golden Rule: No Talking While I’m Talking


  1. Do not get up without asking.
  2. Raise your hand to ask a Question
  3. Do not Shout
  4. No eating
  5. Ask to use the Bathroom
  6. Do not talk to students at other tables
  7. No Cell phones
  8. No Headphones
  9. No Sleeping
  10. Do not put your head down.

 Late Work Policy

Long term assignments:


Due on Monday of the following week. Students will normally have from Monday to Monday to complete their work.


NOTE: Students are allowed three days past the due date to turn in long term assignments.  However, 10 points will be deducted each day from the student's work. After the third late day the assignment is an automatic and permanent zero. 



                           Monday            Tuesday       Wednesday       Thursday      Friday     

Grade                 100                    90                 80                         70                   0              


Day(s) Late                                   Two            Three                   Four              Five





When students are ABSENT:


  • Students who are absent have three days from the day they were absent to turn in assignments that were assigned they day they were absent.


  • Students should get any missed notes for lab members on the day they return to school.


  • Students should ask teacher about the work they missed on the day they were absent. It is strongly recommended that students stay for after school tutoring to get caught up when they miss a day of school.


  • If a student was present when the assignment was assigned and yet absent the day the assignment is due the student will still be held accountable for turning in his/her work.


  • Students have the ability to send in assignments digitally using office 365 and are permitted send in work even if they are absent. Parents may e-mail me if a situation arises where the student is unable to send the assignment in via drop box.


  • I will be entering assignments turned in on time, to Power School, from Monday - Friday so you can check for accurate grades on Friday from the week before. Assignments will be graded according to effort and the date they were turned in.