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Mr. Rathke's Web Site

Welcome to my StansburyHigh.org page. In previous years I had my own website at rathke.info for all my classes. (You're not crazy if you clicked the link and it brought you back to here). This year I'm migrating to Canvas. Some information and resources will still be at my old site but you will only be able to access them when I want you to access them by using links from here or from Canvas. Change is difficult, as soon as you accept that then life gets easier (I keep telling myself).
 

FIN 1050

If you are taking Personal Finance 1050, you will need to purchase the textbook. The textbook for this course is: 

Personal Finance, 11th Edition by Jack Kapoor and Les Dlabay and Robert J. Hughes (Copyright 2015) ISBN10: 0077861647 | ISBN13: 9780077861643

You can purchase this textbook through Amazon or at the SLCC Bookstore.

 

ALL CLASSES

(Business Law, FIN 1050, Adv. Business Web Page Design, TV Broadcasting 1 & 2, Digital Media 1 & 2)

The course standards and what to expect will be posted here. As will any important announcements for all of my students from either me or the administration. For class information, there are links to my courses to the right below my personal information. That will take you to the class notes. Please read those before asking me any questions about the class or about what you missed if you were absent.

I expect you all to show up with paper and pencil/pen to take notes. There are computers in my classroom that you will work on. While you are allowed to save your work to the computers, there is no guarantee that it will be there next time you come into class. Such is life in a school computer lab. Therefore, I suggest that you have a flash drive/memory card to save your work to. (The smart people save to both in case you lose you memory device or the lab computer fails or someone accidentally deletes your work.)

I'm fine if you have a cell phone in my class AS LONG AS IT IS NOT A DISTRACTION OR WE ARE HAVING A TEST. Distractions include using your phone while I'm addressing the class, your cell phone making any sounds (set it to silent), playing games on it at any time (or playing games on my lab computers for that matter).

As far as the computers are concerned, they are there for you to work on your assignments and do research. They are there for playing games. GAMING IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED IN CLASS. You may use the computer to work on assignment for classes other than my own if you are done with assignment in my class.