• Money! Money! Teacher: Mr. Charles Sturdivant

    Syllabus 2021-2022 email: csturdivant@madisoncity.k12.al.us


    Course Description:

    This course is designed to help students understand the impact of individual choices on occupational goals and future earning potential.  Real world topics that will be covered include: income, money management, investments, consumer awareness, and debt.  Students will participate in various hands-on and computer-based simulations.


    Spiral Notebook (or composition notebook)

    Pens / Pencils


    Behavior and Discipline:

    Student behavior and discipline is an important component of any classroom. Misbehavior can be disruptive to the learning process for all children in the classroom.  Therefore, each child will be held responsible for his or her own behavior.  Please help us teach your child responsibility by also emphasizing the importance of the following rules.

    Classroom Rules

    Possible Consequences

    Enter class with a positive mindset for learning.

    Conference with the student

    Be in your seat when the tardy bell rings.

    Break or Lunch Detention

    Bring all class materials and supplies with you.

    Parent contact – by phone or email

    Treat others how you want to be treated.

    Before or After School Detention

    Food & gum is not allowed in class. (water bottles are okay.)

    Parent Conference

    Show respect for yourself and others at all times.

    Administrative Referral

    Follow all classroom procedures.

    **serious offenses will be referred directly to the front office.


    Daily Grades – 40% of grade

    Daily grades will consist of in-class assignments, simulations, and quizzes.  If your child does not turn in an assignment, it will be indicated with the letters NTN in iNOW.  NTN means “not turned in”.  If you see an assignment marked as EX, the student has been excused from the assignment and the assignment is not averaged into your child’s grade.

    Tests and Projects – 60% of grade

    All tests must be completed during one class block.  All projects are designed to be completed during class time.  If you do not use your time in class wisely, you may have to finish a project outside of class.


    I would like to thank you for your support, and I encourage you to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.  This is going to be a great year!

    -Mr. Sturdivant