Computer Science Syllabus
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Computer Science Syllabus

Student Expectations

  • Access to Google Classroom

  • Access to Internet

  • Each student is expected to arrive on time, bring appropriate materials to class each day (a good attitude, chromebook, pencil, etc.), behave in an appropriate manner, copy down the assignments for the day, and complete each assignment on time.  Assignments are due at the beginning of class on the due date.

Important Note: This syllabus, along with course assignments and due dates, are subject to change. It is the student’s responsibility to check our course Google Classroom site for corrections or updates to the syllabus. Any changes will be clearly noted in course announcements.


Which of the following is NOT an expectation?

no correct answer

To have access to Google Classroom

To have access to the internet

To not show up to class on time.

Student Learning Outcomes and Objectives

In order to fully prepare students for the following course, students must fulfill the standards in the following units of study.

Introductions of coding using HTML, CSS, Java

  • Be able to define problems

  • Be able to problem solve

  • Be able to critique other work  and offer constructive criticism

You will meet the outcomes listed above through a combination of the following activities in this course:

  • Coding Activities

  • Discussions

  • Projects


What one thing do you want to learn from Computer science?

no correct answer

Problem Solving




Textbook & Course Materials

Required Text(s): Code.org

Grading Policy

Graded Course Activities:

Grading will be primarily focused on each unit. Each unit contains classwork or homework/ assessments, and projects. Projects will be more heavily weighed as they are a summative of the previous lessons.

Weighting of your overall grade is as follows:

  • 35% Unit 1

  • 35% Unit 2

  • 30% Unit  3 

Viewing Grades 

  • Google Classroom and IC will be the most efficient way to check grades.


Unit 1 is worth 30% of your grade?

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Late work Policy

Late assignments will be accepted for partial credit. In the case of an excused absence, previously assigned work will be due on the 1st day back to school, and assignments issued during the absence will be due based upon the number of days absent. You have the number of days you were absent to makeup absent work.  In the case of an extended excused absence, individual arrangements will be made.

Ms. Mallery’s Contact information:

Phone number: (951) 940-5447 Ext.20250

Email: malaka.mallery@puhsd.org


What is one way to contact Ms. Mallery?

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