Rehabilitation Careers Syllabus

Hampshire Unit School

Rehabilitation Careers



Teacher: Heather Parsons RRT
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Classroom: 123

Text Message Reminders: @9h6494d to 81010


Course Description: Rehabilitation Careers is an applied course designed to prepare students to pursue careers in rehabilitation services. Upon completion of this course, a proficient student will be able to identify careers in rehabilitation services. The successful student will recognize diseases, disorders or injuries related to rehabilitation services and correlate the related anatomy and physiology then develop a plan of treatment with appropriate modalities. This is the second course in the Clinical Exercise Physiology program of study and the third course in the Therapeutic Clinical Services program of study.


Our classroom is technology friendly.  Students are encouraged to bring their laptop/chromebook for use during approved class assignments. All personal devices are the responsibility of the student.  Devices will not be allowed to be left overnight in the classroom. CELL PHONES ARE NOT ALLOWED

Materials Needed:


  • Composition Notebook            
  • 1 pack colored pencils
  • 1" binder with clear front cover
  • Pens/pencils
  • Dividers 



Tardy to Class: You are expected to be inside the classroom when the bell rings.  If not, you are considered tardy.  You must go to the office and get a tardy slip to enter the classroom.


Absence Policy/Makeup Work:  If you miss class, it is YOUR responsibility to pick up your makeup work. You will have THREE CLASS PERIODS to turn in missed work.  After three days, the work will be considered late.


Turning in Assignments:  Failure to turn assignments in on the due date will result in a late grade.  Assignments are due at the beginning of the class.  Work that has been completed on a computer can be submitted using Office 365.


Retake Policy:  Students who make under 80% on a test will be given an opportunity to retake the test.  Retakes will need to be arranged before or after school.  They will not be given during the school day.  Students are responsible for setting up a time with me.  The highest score given on a retake will be 80%.


Late Work: Assignments not turned in on their specified due date/time are LATE.  If an assignment is not turned in on time it will be marked as MISSING in the gradebook.           5 Points will be deducted each SCHOOL DAY work is late.  After day 3, student will receive a pink sheet along with deduction points.


Grading Policy:

  • Major Grades: 40% (Tests and Projects)
  • Minor Grades: 30% (Quizzes, Worksheets, Vocab, etc)
  • Other: 15% (Daily Grade)
  • Semester Exams: 15%



Food/Drink:  Food/drinks will be allowed in the classroom within reason.  Eating food that is distracting and loud will not be allowed.  You must pick up any mess that you make which includes sweeping the floor, wiping the table, and throwing away your trash.  If this becomes a problem all food will be banned for the whole class.  Based on our activities for the day, there will be times that food/drink will not be permitted. 









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