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  • title STUDENT GOVERNMENT DISCLOSURE

    STUDENT LEADERSHIP CLASS DISCLOSURE

     

    Class Objective – To train student leaders in various aspects of leadership and provide regular

    class time for performance of tasks associated with the office held.

     

    Leadership Class is NOT

    …a time to work on homework

    …a time to sleep

    …a time to run personal errands

    …an extended lunchtime

     

    Leadership Class IS…

    …a time to learn or polish leadership skills

    …a time to learn more about yourself and what you stand for

    …a time to laugh (maybe cry) and have fun working together

    …a time to learn time management, organization, and just

    generally to get your act together

                                                GRADING CRITERIA

                             The following areas will be the basis for grading:

    1. Activities and Support of School Functions – (50% of your total grade) Which includes all activities and functions listed on   Mr. Scovel’s Blog, for each term of school.

    Note:  Missed activities/functions will only be excused with a doctor’s/medical signed excuse.  No missed activities/functions can be made up.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2-  Class Work – (20% of your total grade)   Which includes:                                                                                                                                             *   A 3-ring binder with dividers – Must be neat and in the following order:                                                                                                                        Class work (handouts, group projects, class assignments) Discussions, and an advisor’s evaluation.                                                                           * Participation in classroom activities – which includes all assignments, projects, lessons, and class assignments                                        *Personal Calendar – with noted activities, dates, and times                                                                                                                                                  * Syllabus and supporting materials,

    1. Exhibited Leadership – (30% of your total grade) – Being able to exhibit the following leadership requirements:                                        A GRADE – The student leader gives full and “undivided” attention and Helps rather than distracts others. Monitors own noise level. Assignments are complete without reminders.  Shows selflessness.  Takes the initiative (not waiting to be told before you get going).                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      B GRADE – The student leader does all of the above, but is absent and/or tardy more than three(3) times.                                                   C GRADE – The student leader seldom volunteers and/or has excuses why he/she can’t do what is asked.  Finds reasons to leave class to do things other than Student Government business.  Watches or disappears while others do the work.  Stands around and talks rather than engaging in assignments/projects.                                                                                                                                                              D GRADE – The student leader usually finds the easiest, quickest way to meet minimum requirements.  Often avoids contributing by excuses or evasive actions. Never volunteers.                                                                                                                                                                 F GRADE – The student leader takes advantage of the trust and freedom given to him/her.  Has to be reminded to follow school rules and the rules of common courtesy.

    Make-up Work

    Students will have one day (per day absent) to make up any written work missed due to absence.

    Graded assignments drop one letter grade (per day) late. Copying someone else’s

    answers/work is considered cheating and will earn a “zero” for the person copying, and for the person who allows a classmate to copy his/her work.

    Classroom Assignments

    Classroom assignments are due and given credit at the beginning of class.

    Assignments such as wearing your student government sweater on the proper day;

    bringing your calendar to class; and having the proper materials are given a

    completion grade, and are not accepted late for any reason.

    Classroom Expectations

    • Respect classmates, teachers, administrators, and visitors by remaining
    • in your seat and quiet when they “have the floor”.
    • Participate in all class discussions and planning sessions – Your Opinion Counts!
    • Be on time—you are considered tardy if not in your seat when the bell rings.
    • If you arrive late to class, respect the fact that we have already started.

     

    • LEADERSHIP CLASS BUSINESS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOUR BUSINESS!!
    • No food in the classroom.
    • Bring all materials with you to class—writing utensils, paper, binder,

     

    • personal calendar, etc. Come To Class Prepared!
    • As per school policies, no cell phones, walkmans, headsets, disc players,

    radios, hats in class.

     

    • You are a leader – your conduct should reflect that fact.

     

     

    It is absolutely impossible to earn an “A” in Leadership without showing initiative

     on the projects for which you are responsible, and without remaining in close

     communication with your class Advisor(s).

    Problem areas that will affect this part of your grade:

    • Talking during leadership class when you should be listening
    • Needing reminders to follow classroom guidelines
    • Tardies
    • Unwillingness to help others
    • “Disappearing” when there is work to be done
    • Standing and “supervising” while others work
    • Complaints by your class advisor(s) that they never see you
    • Lack of respect towards the office which you hold.I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE PRECEDING DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
    • STUDENT SIGNATURE_______________________________________________________
    • PARENT OR GUARDIAN SIGNATURE_____________________________________________DATE________________________
    • PLEASE PRINT STUDENT NAME _____________________________________________

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    title 1ST TERM POTTERY I AND II POTTERY II GRADING ASSIGNMENTS

    1ST TERM POTTERY I & POTTERY II GRADING ASSIGNMENTS

    POTTERY I:

    The following assignments will be the basis for the 1ST term grading:

    1- Vocabulary test taken on the Moodle and completed by the posted deadline date. 100 points possible.

    2- (1) 6 inch x 4 inch X 4 inch minimum size Slab Box project. 100 points possible.

    3- (1) 7 inch tall Coil Pot project with 6 changes of coil direction. 100 points possible.

    4- (1) 7 inch tall Pinch Pot project with 1 decoration. 100 points possible.

    5- (1) Studio Project. 1 project of any of the above clay projects. Project must conform with the minimum requirements.

    100 points possible.

     

    ALL PROJECTS MUST HAVE THE STUDENT’S NAME ON THE BOTTOM OF EACH PROJECT (No initials) in order to receive the proper credit. No Name…No Credit…No Exceptions. Two projects must be bisque-fired with one (1) project being glazed-fired in order to receive full credit. The one glaze-fired project will be the choice of the student as to which projects will be glaze-fired. All projects may be glaze-fired if the student chooses to do so.

    All projects must be completed to receive credit. Partially completed projects will receive a “NO CREDIT”. Completed projects that are not bisque fired will receive 50% credit. It is the student’s responsibility to get his/her assignments completed on time in order to allow the instructor firing time. Failure to meet the in-class posted firing deadlines will result in lost assignment points.

     

     

     

    POTTERY II:

    The following assignments will be the basis for the 1ST term grading:

    1- (4) Lidded Cylinders with 4 different rims and corresponding lids. 7 inch tall before firing (minimum). 200 points possible per cylinder.

    2- (1) Tea Pot–(Wheel-thrown) 4 inches in height X 3 inches across (minimum). Must have a wheel-thrown lid w/ corresponding rim, a wheel-thrown spout.  Must also have a handle. Must have a foot on the base of the project. 300 points possible

     

    ALL PROJECTS MUST HAVE THE STUDENT’S NAME ON THE BOTTOM OF EACH PROJECT (No initials) in order to receive the proper credit. No Name…No Credit…No Exceptions. All projects must be bisque-fired with two (2) projects being glazed-fired in order to receive full credit. The two glaze-fired projects will be the choice of the student as to which projects will be glaze-fired. All projects may be glaze-fired if the student chooses to do so.

    All projects must be completed to receive credit. Partially completed projects will receive a “NO CREDIT”. Completed projects that are not bisque fired will receive 50% credit. It is the student’s responsibility to get his/her assignments completed on time in order to allow the instructor firing time. Failure to meet the in-class posted firing deadlines will result in lost assignment points.

     

    title POTTERY DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

    images (22)POTTERY DEPARTMENT DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

    I. Attendance
    1. All district and school policies will be applicable to clear all absences.
    2. The student is responsible to clear all absences.
    A. School excused absences must be cleared in advance.
    3. Loss of attendance credit is on the 5th absence, the 5th tardy or the 2nd truancy.
    II. Class Policies
    1. Students are expected to be on time and prepared to work (including materials).
    2. Tardy students need to make sure that the teacher marks them accordingly. Any student
    arriving 15 minutes or later (without a teacher/administration excuse) will be sent to the
    attendance office for a “late admit” excuse.
    3. Any student leaving class without teacher permission and the hall pass will be considered truant.
    4. Students are responsible for their work area during the class period. They are expected to clean
    up after themselves and participate in helping keep the classroom clean. It is part of your grade.
    5. No disruptive behavior or abusive language As per school policies, no MP3 players/I-pods, hats or headbands in class. No throwing of objects of any kind in class.
    III. Grading
    a. Grades will be determined on an individual basis according to participation, performance and improvement. Grading will include projects, one test, and a room clean-up assignment.
    b. Partially completed assignments will not receive a grade. Projects must be completely assembled and adhere to size and minimum requirements to receive a grade. All projects MUST have the student’s name on the bottom of the project in order for the student to receive credit.  NO INITIALS. Projects without a name on the the project to identify ownership of the project will receive no credit (no exceptions).
    c. Extra credit: extra credit is allowed after all projects are completed to the best of the student’s ability.
    d. Late work will not be accepted unless cleared by the teacher.
    e. After initial grading or critique, the student can correct assignment for an improved grade.
    f. All projects that are assigned will be given a grade between 0-100.
    95-100 = A 65-69 = C
    90-94 = A- 60-64 = C-
    85-89 = B+ 55-59 = D+
    80-84 = B 50-54 = D
    75-79 = B- 45-49 = D-
    70-74 = C+ 00-44 = F
    g. Students may work on their projects before and after school to make up projects.
    This is to be arranged before hand with the teacher.
    IV. Materials Needed and Costs
    1. Something to cover clothes, such as an apron, coveralls, t-shirt or sweatshirt.
    2. 6 Large plastic trash bags (13 gallon).
    3. 1 Ice cream bucket /w lid (empty).
    4. 2 Bags of clay (this is part of your materials costs).
    5. A lock for your locker
    Class Costs will be:
    *$20.00 District Art Fee/semester
    ($17.00 for 2 bags of clay and $3.00 for glazes (All additional clay will be $8.50/bag).
    **** Due to the nature of some of the materials used, the utmost safety requirements will be enforced. Students who fail to adhere to the teacher’s rules and regulations dealing with the safety of all students will be asked to leave the class. ___________________________________________________________________________

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    title POTTERY I RUBRIC

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    POTTERY I RUBRIC

    Below on the right rate yourself 1-5 on each category: 5=definitely, 4=mostly, 3=somewhat, 2=not much, 0=not at all.

     

    Category …………………………………………………………………..score..
    Craftsmanship: I was patient when working. My project demonstrates neatness.  

    /5

    Effort: I worked every day for the entire class period for the time given. If I was absent or wasted time, I came in before or after school. When thinking I was finished, I kept thinking of more ways to make it better. I kept creating until it was a finished art piece that I was proud of.  

     

    /5

    Technique/assignmentI followed guidelines and directions that were given, specific to this assignment.  If  I did not understand the assignment, I asked the instructor for help.  

    /5

    Design: It has nice design quality and pleasing composition. The pottery piece conforms with the requirements the instructor has outlined.  The piece has been trimmed/shaped/and its weight makes the pottery piece pleasing to handle/hold.  

     

    /5

    Answer the questions below
    Creativity/meaning: My project is creative and meaningful. Explain how:

     

     

    If you get the same assignment again in the future, what could you do differently?
    What did this assignment teach you?
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    title LETTER TO ALL POTTERY STUDENT PARENTS

    PARENTS:
    I have had several of you tell me that you find it hard to track your student’s progress in pottery due to the fact that projects are not graded until the end of the term. You see their grade at mid-term as an “A” or “P” (Passing) and wonder why the grade drops by the end of the term. If the student does not complete the projects by the end of the term, the grade drops and parents are asking how or why the grade has dropped from and “A” to a lower grade.
    If you have done pottery, you understand that pottery is a process that takes time for the person to make the project, dry the project, fire the project, glaze the project, and then fire it one more time. My students are just learning pottery and it takes time for them to complete their projects.
    I appreciate your concern as to the status of where your student is as far as where their grade is and how many projects they have completed (or not completed). So, because of this concern, I have decided to post grades a little differently. I will now list each project on the portal (as before), only now I am going to post each project with a “0” points until a project has been turned in to me for grading. As each project is turned in, the student’s point structure will increase (as will their grade). This will allow you to see what projects your student has or has not completed for grading. By doing this, in the beginning, your student will have an “F” grade. Please do not get excited and start E-mailing me to find out why your student is failing pottery. If they are doing their work and turning in the completed projects, their grade will increase as I enter their scores.
    Please ask your student which projects they have completed and which ones they need to complete.
    If they need to come in before or after school to get caught up on projects or need extra instruction, please have them come in. I arrive at school around 6:45 a.m. (Monday-Thursday), and I am here after school until 4:00 p.m. (Monday-Thursday). There is also RIGR time to work on projects.
    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me through my school E-mail Rscovel@wsd.net (NOT ON THIS BLOG) and I will get back to you as quickly as I can.
    Thank you.
    R. SCOVEL

    title PAINTING AND DRAWING DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

    images (19)PAINTING AND DRAWING DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

    I. Attendance:
    1. All district and school policies will be applicable to clear all absences.
    2. Students are responsible to clear any absences. (School excused absences must be cleared in advance).
    3. Loss of attendance credit is on the 5th absence and the 5th tardy.

    II. Class policies:
    1. Students are expected to be to class on time and prepared to work (including materials).
    2. Tardy students need to make sure that the teacher marks them accordingly. Any student arriving 15 minutes or later (without a teacher/administration excuse) will be sent to the attendance office for a “late admit” excuse.
    3. Any student leaving class without teacher permission and the hall pass will be considered truant.
    4. Students are responsible for their work area during the class period. They are expected to clean up after themselves and participate in helping keep the classroom clean. It is part of your grade.
    5. No disruptive behavior or abusive language. As per school policies, no cell phones, MP3 players, I-pods, hats or headbands in class. No throwing of objects of any kind in class.

    III. Grading:

    1. Grades will be determined on an individual basis according to projects (completed and turned in on the assigned due dates), participation, performance and improvement. Grading will include projects, two tests, daily room clean-up, and a end of the semester clean-up assignment.
    2. Partially completed assignments will not receive a grade.
    3 – Extra Credit:
    Extra credit is allowed after ALL projects are completed to the best of the student’s ability and turned in.
    Additional projects will be considered extra credit as long as they are projects that conform to the term assignments.
    Book reports, cleaning assignments, etc. are not considered extra credit in this class.
    4.Late work will only be accepted for 10 days after the project due date unless cleared by the teacher. 5% of the total points possible per late day will be deducted from the project grade.

    6. All projects that are assigned will be given a grade between 0-100:
    95-100 = A 65-69 = C
    90-94 = A- 60-64 = C-
    85-89 = B+ 55-59 = D+
    80-84 = B 50-54 = D
    75-79 = B- 45-49 = D-
    70-74 = C+ 00-44 = F
    7. Students may work on their projects before and after school to make up projects. This is to be arranged before hand with the teacher.

    IV. Materials Needed:
    1. Something to cover clothes, such as an apron,, oversized t-shirt or sweatshirt.

    Class Costs will be:
    ($20.00 District Art Fee/semester

    PLEASE NOTE: In some cases, a student may choose to construct a project which is larger than the guidelines given for a particular project assigned by the instructor. Students whose projects exceed those guidelines and require additional materials will be charged for the additional materials.

    ****Due to the nature of some of the materials used, the utmost safety requirements will be enforced. Students who fail to adhere to the teacher’s rules and regulations dealing with the safety of all students will be asked to leave the class.

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    title 1ST TERM STUDENT GOVT. GRADING ACTIVITIES REQUIREMENTS

    1ST   TERM GRADING ACTIVITIES REQUIREMENTS

    THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES WILL BE THE BASIS FOR 1ST TERM GRADING

    PLEASE BE SURE TO ENTER THESE DATES IN YOUR CALENDAR

     

    PLEASE NOTE: Missed activities/functions will only be excused with a doctor’s/medical signed

    excuse.  No missed activities/functions can be made up. A sheet will be provided for

    each officer to sign in/out as documented proof of attendance.  Failure to sign

    in/out will negate credit for any activity.  Each officer must sign in for themselves.

    Please do not sign in/out for anyone other than yourself.  Officers found signing

    in/out for others will lose credit for that activity.

    ACTIVITY                                                                                  DATE/TIME

    FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL “MEET AND GREET”                 AUG. 22         7:00 A.M.

    OPENING ASSEMBLY                                                              AUG. 29        7:00 A.M.

    *POST HIGH SCHOOL TOUR                                                SEPT. 7        7:00 A.M.

    STREET PAINTING (HOMECOMING WEEK)                  SEPT.  9        8-11 A.M.

    OUTDOOR ASSEMBLY                                                           SEPT. 12       7:00 A.M.

    PAINT FIGHT                                                                             SEPT. 13        3:00 P.M.

    OUTDOOR MOVIE                                                                   SEPT. 13        6:30 P.M.

    HOMECOMING PARADE                                                       SEPT. 14        6:30-7:00 P.M.

    BONFIRE/PEP RALLY                                                             SEPT. 14        7:30 P.M.

    FIELD DECORATING                                                              SEPT. 15        9:00 -2:30 P.M.

    DANCE DECORATING                                                            SEPT. 15        2:30 -5:30 P.M.

    DANCE CLEAN-UP                                                                   SEPT. 18         7:00 A.M.

    *NOTE: THE POST HIGH SCHOOL TOUR WILL BE DESIGNATED AS A “SUBSTITUTE” ACTIVITY THAT YOU CAN USE TO MAKE UP ANY ONE (1) OF THE OTHER REQUIRED ACTIVITIES.  IF FOR SOME UNSEEN REASON YOU WILL MISS AN ACTIVITY, YOU MAY USE THE POST HIGH SCHOOL TOUR (AND ONLY THE POST HIGH SCHOOL TOUR) AS YOUR “SUBSTITUTION” ACTIVITY.  NO OTHER ACTIVITES WILL BE ALLOWED AS A “SUBSTITUTE”—NO EXCEPTIONS –SO PLAN WELL.

    SPORTS ACTIVITIES:

    EACH STUDENT LEADER WILL BE REQUIRED TO ATTEND EIGHT (8) SCHOOL SPONSORED GAMES DURING THE 1st TERM OF SCHOOL. LEADERS MAY CHOOSE WHICH GAMES THEY WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND. STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO HAVE AN “ATHLETIC ATTENDANCE FORM” SIGNED BY AN AUTHORIZED INDIVIDUAL (COACHES, ADVISORS, ADMINISTRATORS) TO RECEIVE CREDIT.  UNSIGNED FORMS OR UNAUTHORIZED SIGNATURES WILL BE GIVEN A “NO CREDIT”.  “ATHLETIC ATTENDANCE FORMS” FROM 1st TERM ONLY WILL BE ALLOWED. THE ATHLETIC ATTENDANCE FORMS CAN BE FOUND ON MR. SCOVEL’S BLOG.

    *** MR. SCOVEL WILL ACCEPT “SELFIES” DOCUMENTING THAT YOU ATTENDED A PARTICULAR EVENT. “SELFIES” MUST SHOW PROOF BEYOND A DOUBT THAT THE OFFICER WAS INDEED AT THE REQUIRED ACTIVITY.   “SELFIES” CAN ONLY BE OF ONE (1) OFFICER IN THE PICTURE (NO MULTIPLE INDIVIDUALS IN ONE “SELFIE”) AND MUST BE SENT TO MR. SCOVEL THE DAY/NIGHT OF THE EVENT.  ANY “SELFIE” SENT AFTER THE DATE OF THE EVENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED OR COUNTED TOWARDS GAME ATTENDANCE CREDIT.

    Athletic Events:

    *Boy’s Football    *Girl’s Soccer      *Boy’s  Golf     *Girl’s  Tennis   *Girl’s Volleyball     *Cross Country Track

     

    IF A STUDENT LEADER IS PARTICIPATING ON ANY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TEAMS, THAT STUDENT WILL BE GIVEN CREDIT FOR ATTENDING THEIR REQUIRED EIGHT GAME GRADING ASSIGNMENTS AS LONG AS THE SPORT THEY ARE PARTICIPATING IN HAS AT LEAST EIGHT GAMES DURING THE 1st QUARTER. IF NOT, THAT OFFICER WILL BE REQUIRED TO ATTEND ENOUGH GAME ACTIVITIES TO SATISFY THE REQUIREMENT FOR 1ST TERM.

     

    OFFICERS PLAYING ATHLETICS WHO HAVE A GRADED STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSIGNMENT WHICH CONFLICTS WITH A GAME/MATCH, PLAY PRODUCTION, ETC.  (NOT PRACTICES)  WILL BE EXCUSED FROM THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSIGNMENT.  THE OFFICER/ATHLETE WILL NEED TO MAKE PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS WITH THEIR COACH/TEACHER GIVING THEM ADVANCE NOTICE THAT THEY WILL MISS PRACTICE TO ATTEND A GRADED STUDENT GOVT. ACTIVITY. PROVIDING NOTICE DAYS BEFORE SAID STUDENT GOVT. ACTIVITY IS A WAY TO ALLOW THE OFFICE TIME TO MAKE UP MISSED PRACTICES AND SHOW CONSIDERATION/RESPECT TOWARDS THE COACH/TEACHER.  IT ALSO PROVIDES THE OFFICER AN OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP A SENSE OF  RESPONSIBILITY.  AND BESIDES…….. IT’S THE RIGHT THING TO DO.

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    title 1ST TERM SCHOOL ATHLETIC SUPPORT FORM

    1ST TERM SCHOOL ATHLETIC SUPPORT FORM

    As part of the Leadership Class, BHS Officers are required to attend at least 8 Athletic events each quarter. Please complete the following information to verify your attendance at this event:
    Officer’s Name:_________________________________
    Athletic Event
    Name of event:
    Date of event:
    Signature of (Authorized BHS Staff ONLY) who saw you there:____________________________

    1ST  TERM SCHOOL ATHLETIC SUPPORT FORM

    As part of the Leadership Class, BHS Officers are required to attend at least 8 Athletic events each quarter. Please complete the following information to verify your attendance at this event:
    Officer’s Name:_________________________________
    Athletic Event
    Name of event:
    Date of event:
    Signature of (Authorized BHS Staff ONLY) who saw you there:____________________________

    1ST  TERM SCHOOL ATHLETIC SUPPORT FORM

    As part of the Leadership Class, BHS Officers are required to attend at least 8 Athletic events each quarter. Please complete the following information to verify your attendance at this event:
    Officer’s Name:_________________________________
    Athletic Event
    Name of event:
    Date of event:
    Signature of (Authorized BHS Staff ONLY) who saw you there:____________________________

    title STUDENT GOVT. ADVISOR’S EVALUATION FORM

    Student Govt. Advisor’s Evaluation Form

    ________________________________________________________1ST TERM 2017
    Student Name

    Please return this form to Mr. Scovel by the last class day of each term.
    Officers who are in Student Government Leadership Class will earn one-third of their grade each quarter based on this evaluation of their leadership skills displayed within the organizational setting.

    1 = rarely, 5 = sometimes, 10 = consistently

    RESPONSIBILITY:
    _____ Comes to class on time and prepared.
    _____ Showing initiative to begin projects
    _____ Completes projects without having to be reminded
    _____ Volunteering to help others
    _____ Reliability/Dependability
    _____ Does not make excuses
    _____ Accepting responsibility for own actions rather than blaming others
    _____ Comes to scheduled activities on time ready to assist with a “what can I do to help?” attitude rather than standing around doing nothing
    GROUP BUILDING SKILLS:
    _____ Does not carry on his/her own personal conversations separate
    from the subject the class is discussing
    _____ Shows respect towards those who “have the floor”.
    _____ Contributes to lessons by actively engaging in lesson conversations/activities.
    _____ Sharing “the stage” with others/ Making others feel good about their ideas/encouraging rather than tearing down others
    _____ Knows how to share the workload
    _____ If coming into class late, does not interrupt class with own personal conversation or agenda

    ATTITUDE:
    _____ Continually positive about organization
    _____ Respectful to authority inside and outside of class
    _____ Capable of accepting constructive criticism
    _____ Does not argue with advisor
    _____ Seeking to grow, to learn, to utilize skills as an officer

    _____ TOTAL POINTS

    COMMENTS:
    __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    ____________________________________ ________________________________
    Advisor’s Signature Date