04/29/22: CTE Criminal Justice Presentation: Presented at CTE Meeting on 04/28/22. See PowerPoint below:
APRIL 8th, 2022:
CJ 3 Students have begun Statewide Dual Credit (SDC) Practice Tests. The actual SDC test is scheduled for April 28th, 2022. Every student in CJ 3 must be preseent on that date.
FEBRUARY 25th, 2022:
3rd NINE WEEK GRADES are due in all Criminal Justice Classes by FRIDAY, March 4th, 2022. If you are missing or needing to make up any work, tests, or assignments, have it completed by FRIDAY, MARCH 4th, 2022. No extensions or exceptions will be considered.
DECEMBER 14th, 2021:
We are now concluding the 2nd Nine Weeks and the First Semester of this year. Grades and missed work were due in CJ Classes on Friday, 12/10/21 and are due to the Administration on 12/15/21.
I hope that everyone has had an enjoyable and productive first half of the year.
I wish each and every one of you a happy, safe, fun, relaxing, memorable holiday!!! I look forward to seeing you soon and finishing the second half of this year successfully!!!
OCTOBER 28th, 2021:
We are now into the 2nd Nine Weeks of school! Unfortunately, our Criminal Justice Competition in Shelbyville, TN was cancelled for today, due to bad weather. Hopefully, we can schedule some other activities in the very near future.
PARENT/STUDENTS: Please refer to Google Classroom for assignments, test reviews, curriculum, and other announcments. It is usually updated weekly.
Have a great 2nd Nine Weeks and GO TIGERS!!!!!!!
2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
WELCOME F.H.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS AND PARENTS!!!
You have accessed the F.H.S. Criminal Justice Studies web page. Throughout the school year, you will find important information and announcements on this page. C.J. students will also be using Google Classroom for assignments and work during the school year.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding C.J. classes, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (931) 433-3158 (Fayetteville High School) and leave me a message. I wll return your call as soon as possible.
Degrees and Certifications:
Mr. Drew Young
I have taught criminal justice at Fayetteville High School since 2011. In 1989, I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration, with minors in Psychology, Sociology, and Political Science from Middle Tennessee State University.
Over the course of the last thirty-one years, I have worked as a Private Investigator, Youth Services Officer/Probation Officer, and I have served as a law enforcement officer with different law enforcement agencies. I currently work as a Deputy Sheriff, on a part-time basis, with the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department. I am also assigned by the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department as a Scuba Diver and Swiftwater Rescue Diver to the Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE 1, 2, and 3 Syllabus
Fayetteville High School
Instructor: Drew Young
I. Class Rules: See Below
II. Class Contents: See appropriate CJ level standards at the following links:
In addition to the CJ 3 Standards, Students that take all three levels of Criminal Justice, and maintain an "88" or B Plus" accumulative average in Criminal Justice Studies, are eligible to receive the Criminal Justice graduation cord for graduation. Students that accomplish this are classified as Criminal Justice Program Completers. Students that take a minimum of two, or up to three, Criminal Justice classes, but do not have an accumulative average of "88" or "B Plus" are classified as Criminal Justice Concentrators.
Each year, one outstanding Senior will be honored with the Fayetteville High School Criminal Justice Award. The following are considerations for being eligible for this award: Criminal Justice Students must take all three levels of criminal justice. Grade point average from all three levels/years of Criminal Justice Studies will be considered. Participation on the FHS Criminal Justice Competition Team. Participation in the FHS Criminal Justice Club. Lastly, the student's demonstration of good conduct and good citizenship.
III. Class Policy: Students are allowed to make up missed work from days of being absent. Work will not be allowed to be made up one week from grades being due to the Administration. The instructor will post the dates at the end of each Nine Weeks, either on the board, Google Classroom, or both. Be mindful, that school policy states that make-up work is due within three days of returning to school, therefore the Criminal Justice policy is a matter of discretion and goodwill. It is the student's responsibility to check with the teacher to see what work was missed or needs to be made up, upon their return to school.
IV. Grading Policy: Test grades are 80% of the entire grade. Homework and projects count for 20% of the entire grade. See Student Gradebook Portal for more information.
V. Required Materials: Three ring binder with paper, spiral notebook, or composition book. Writing utensils: pens or pencils. See "Supply List" page.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE CLASS RULES
CRIMINAL JUSTICE CLASS RULES
1. Be on time and come to class prepared: pencil/pen, paper and/or CJ Notebook. Each tardy or late to class will result in documentation and action. On the fifth tardy, a student will be sent to the office, to be dealt with per school policy.
2. Respect others. Do not talk when someone else is talking.
3. Keep your hands, feet, and belongings to yourself.
4. Respect the property of others. If it does not belong to you, DON'T touch it. Leave it alone.
5. Come inside the classroom. Sit down. Complete your assignments. Stay in your seat. Bathroom usage is before class begins or after class ends. Budget your time accordingly. You will not be allowed to use the restroom in the C.J. classroom, unless you have specific medical needs issues, documented by the school nurse.
6. Students are not allowed out of their seats without permission from the instructor.
7. Wait to be dismissed by your instructor before leaving your seat/leaving the room.
8. No sleeping and no appearance of sleeping in class.
9. Backpacks, hoodies, hats, ear-buds, and headphones are to be removed upon entering the classroom and turn off music/electronic devices. Do NOT bring blankets to class.
10. NO CELL PHONE OR ELECTRONIC DEVICE USAGE and NO USE OF ELECTRIC OUTLETS FOR CHARGING OF DEVICES. CELL PHONES SHOULD BE TURNED OFF AND PLACED IN THE CELL PHONE RACK ON THE CLOSET DOOR. PLACE THE CELL PHONE IN THE POCKET NUMBER THAT MATCHES YOUR DESK NUMBER OR PLACE CELL PHONE IN YOUR BACKPACK, POCKET, OR PURSE (OUT OF SIGHT. SEE SCHOOL RULES). (DUE TO COVID- 19, Cell Phones are to be put away in a pocket, backpack, or purse). The instructor may waive this rule as a reward for achievement or good behavior, or when such devices may be utilized by the students for educational exercises, curriculum, or research deemed appropriate by the instructor.
11. As the instructor, I do not see the need in giving a grade less than "60". Some students would not recover from a grade less than "60" and would become demoralized and give up. Please note that in college, you get what you earn, but for now , you are in high school criminal justice class. However, in cases of cheating, plagiarism, or refusal to participate or refusal to complete an assignment or test, I will give a score of zero/"0". At certain times of the year, I will give students access to remediation to help improve their C.J. G.P.A., but this is a privilege and not a right.
If a student has been present and has the ability to complete work or submit an assisgnment, but does not, five points will be deducted from the final test/homework grade for each school day that the assignment is late. A grade of no lower than a "70" will be assigned if the student is late to the point of where it would have been a failing grade due to lateness, as long as the assignment is completed. Simply stated: no matter how long it takes to complete the assignment, as long as it is completed, the student may obtain a passing grade.
We cannot be waiting until the last week before grades are due for some students to turn in nine weeks worth of work. Students will have ten (10) school days (TWO SCHOOL WEEKS) from the date of their last absence, to turn in missed work. The exception to this will be the last week before grades are due. On this particular week a student must make up work prior to grades due date. The date that teachers must turn in grades varies and is determined by the Administration.
12. Do not wait until the end of the week, month, nine weeks, semester, or year to ask "How can I improve my grade?". Take advantage, daily, of the time allotted to you and STUDY, STUDY,STUDY!!!! For your sake, if you are having a hard time or don't understand a concept, come see me and ask for help!!! THAT IS THE REASON WHY I AM HERE AND IT IS TO HELP YOU!