The goal of the Bellevue Middle/High School Business Department is to prepare students for life beyond high school in order to be successful both on the job and in college by knowing how to use the most recent technology tools.

Answer these questions in your class every day:

  1. What are we learning today?
  2. How are you learning it?
  3. How will you know when you understand it?
  4. What will you do if you need extra help?

CONGRATULATIONS MICROSOFT OFFICE SPECIALISTS!!!

Zach Williams 2013
Neal Valant Word 2013

Corbin Stillmunkes Word 2013
Dimitri Gatzios Word 2013
Nicole Haxmeier Word 2013
Dalton Stephany: Access 2010 & Excel 2010 & Word 2010
Travis Putman: Access 2010 & Word 2010
Jordan Renner: Excel 2010 & Word 2010
Josh Sieverding: Excel 2010 & Word 2010
Codey Olson: Word 2010

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Content/Tests/Projects

70% of total grade.
Tests, quizzes, projects, etc. that demonstrates what was learned.

Process/Daily Work/Progress

30% of total grade.
Homework, in class activities, etc. that demonstrates learning is taking place.

Grading Scale

A+ 100%
A 92-99
A- 90-91
B+ 88-89
B 82-87
B- 80-81
C+ 78-79
C 72-77
C- 70-1
D+ 68-69
D 62-67
D- 60-61
F 59 & lower