Mr. Cauchon's Page   

Contact Info:

Email: kevin.cauchon@puhsd.org

Cell (Google Voice) phone: 951-435-1360

 

PHS phone: 951-657-2171 ext. 21314

PHS Room 8107

WELCOME!

Hi, my name is Kevin Cauchon, I am a special education teacher and department chair at Perris High School. I have been teaching at Perris High School since 2007. I have been teaching special education for over 20 years with a master's degree in special education. My wife is a second-grade teacher and I have 2 daughters, one is in college and the other one is an eighth-grader. I am also the Perris High School boys varsity soccer coach. I am excited to meet my new students and to see my returning students at PHS, especially during this time of online learning.

I use Canvas and Google Classroom for learning management systems.

Please visit my web pages:

Per. 2 Transition Partnership Program (TPP- grade 12): 

Per. 4 Transition Partnership Program (TPP- grade 12): 

Per. 6 Transitions (grade 11):

Per. 1-7 Learning Center (grades 9-12):

 

Per. 9 Study Hall (grades 9-12):

PHS Boys Soccer 2020-2021: 

 

Mr. Cauchon’s TPP (Transition Partnership Program) & Transitions Syllabus

Perris High School 2020-2021:

Period 2: TPP 808621-1

Period 4 TPP 808621-2

Period 6 Transition 808611-1

Instructor Information

  • Instructor: Kevin Cauchon

  • Room Number: 8107

  • Office Hours: Email me for my availability or call/text my Google phone number

  • Google Phone Number: (951) 435-1360

  • Classroom Telephone: (951) 657-2171 Ext. 21314

  • E-mail: kevin.cauchon@puhsd.org

  • Google Classroom Codes:

  • Learning Center- 7qlozdq
  • Period 2 TPP- pihiusb
  • Period 4 TPP- u63ifcs
  • Period 6 Transitions- u63lfcs

Course Description

  • TPP (Transition Partnership Program)- transition activities, careers and some adult living skills.

  • Transitions- transition and career activities. 

Textbook & Course Materials

  • Chromebook for online activities.

  • Most texts and work will be available online.

Course Requirements

  • Access to Canvas or Google Classroom

Course Structure

Traditional: online work, direct instruction, group activities, ETC.

Distance Learning: synchronous work with the teacher, asynchronous work is mostly student independent work.

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 Canvas site for corrections or updates to the syllabus. Any changes will be clearly noted in course announcements.

Student Learning Outcomes & Objectives

Student Learning Outcomes/Essential Learning Standards

The Transition Partnership Program (TPP) and the Transitions class assist students in making successful transitions from school to independent adult life. Students with needs work with a special education teacher learning about careers and the transition activities and programs that are available to them. 

The TPP students (grade 12) will also work with RCOE (Riverside County Office of Education) and with DOR (Department of Rehabilitation). 

Class Expectations

Students are expected to arrive to class each day on time and be in their seats before the tardy bell rings so that they can begin working on the posted warm-up activity.  Students are expected to bring the necessary supplies to class each day. Finally, students are expected to engage themselves in all class activities from bell to bell that are outlined on the whiteboard with hopes of earning appropriate academic and behavior grades.

Conduct

  1. Be respectful to yourself, others, & school property

  2. Listen & follow directions

  3. Complete all classwork in a timely manner

  4. Raise your hand for permission to speak or to get out of your seat

  5. No gum or eating/drinking in class

Any major offense by the student will result in the student being sent to the office immediately, which could lead to poor academic & citizenship grades & possible removal from the class.

  1.  teacher/student discussion    2. teacher/parent discussion & detention     3. referral

Absences

Because skills are sequentially developed, it is important that students are in class to receive the lessons and guided practice. If absent, a student must clear the absence and come before or after school to receive the missed work. There may be packets or worksheets that can be used as a substitute for missing work.

Any assignments due on the day the student is absent will be due the day the student returns. Any scheduled exams or quizzes must be taken on the scheduled re-take day or after school on the day the student returns.

Grading Policy

Your grade will be based on:     Class Work 50%     Exams 35%      Quizzes 15%

 

Late Work Policy

Absences

Because skills are sequentially developed, it is important that students are in class to receive the lessons and guided practice. If absent, a student must clear the absence and come before or after school to receive the missed work. There may be packets or worksheets that can be used as a substitute for missing work.

Any assignments due on the day the student is absent will be due the day the student returns. Any scheduled exams or quizzes must be taken on the scheduled re-take day or after school on the day the student returns.

Late work is usually accepted and up to the teacher’s discretion

Viewing Grades 

he best way to view grades and track progress.

  • Infinite Campus

Letter Grade Assignment

Final grades assigned for this course will be based on the percentage of total points earned and are assigned as follows:

Example:

Letter Grade

Percentage

Performance

A

90-100%

Excellent Work

B

80-89%

Good Work

C

70-79%

Average Work

D

60-69%

Poor Work

F

0-59%

Failing Work

Course Policies

Completed Assignment Submission

Provide the process of how you will have students submit assignments.  

  • Canvas

  • Google Classroom

  • Turn in assignments physically

Academic Honesty Policy & Procedures

See the PHS student handbook for more information regarding plagiarism and cheating.

 

GO PHS PANTHERS!!!!

Please Email or call if you have any questions or concerns. Take care and stay safe.

 

Sincerely,

Mr. Cauchon

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