Honors Computer Science
The computer programs for this class are considered class work.
Every line of code, every word, every command, every character in the code must
be written by each student individually in class without copying anyone else's work in
class using your assigned computer and saved in your assigned storage space in
your "S:" directory for this class. Whether you violate the school's Honor
Code or not, your grade will reflect the work that you do on your program in
class. Recall the following points from Mr. Clausen's Computer Lab
Students should not copy or submit work that is not their own and that was not
completed in accordance with assignment guidelines. Students should not allow
others to copy their work or acquire a copy of another students work under any
circumstances. This includes looking at another students computer monitor.
Students must follow the LCHS Honor Code.
are not allowed to use floppy disks, CDís, DVDís, USB drives, external drives of
any type, or other removable media in the classroom. Students are not allowed
to electronically, infrared, photographically, cell phone usage, or by any other
method transfer class work, projects, programs, quizzes, tests or anything else
to any other location other than the locations designated for your class use by
Mr. Clausen. This also prohibits the use of Internet file storage or briefcase
10. Students should not play any computer games ever, or access the Internet
without first obtaining the teacher's permission. Students are not to
download or transfer by any method, any files from other computers.
understand and accept that as a consequence of violating the above rules, my
classroom or school network account may be disabled for a period of time. I
understand that loss of this account will make it difficult to do required
16. All student programs must be written in class,
not at home or on any computer other than the computer that you are assigned to
in the seating chart in class.