• Email: jpowell@stcharles.k12.la.us                                 

    Jason S. Powell                                                     

    Dear Parents and Students:


    Wildcat ROARS: Class Expectations

    Respect everyone.

    Optimize learning by actively participating.

    Attendance and timeliness are essential.

    Responsibility—Be prepared for every day.

    Success—Dress for it.



    Grading Scale

    A=100-93%, B=92-85%, C=84-75%, D=74-67, F=66-0, and I=Incomplete


    Supplies Needed

    A notebook (preferably a 3-ring binder with dividers), plenty of paper, and pencils


     Optional supplies: a personal pencil sharpener, a 4-colored pen, extra erasers, graph paper, and a TI-30XIIS calculator (or similar).


    Free Online Tutoring and Homework Assistance

                    (HomeworkLa.org), a service of the State Library of Louisiana, offers FREE online tutoring and academic resources from Tutor.com for Louisiana residents from kindergarten students through adult learners. Get help in math, science, social studies or English from a live tutor. The services can be accessed from a Louisiana public library, from your home computer or from your mobile device by going to HomeworkLa.org.



    Math Department Mission Statement

    The mission of the Mathematics Department of Destrehan High School is to provide consistent, quality, academic instruction that empowers students to develop an intuitive understanding of mathematical concepts and to apply these skills in real-world situations.  


    Restorative Approach

    At Destrehan High School we take a Restorative Approach to discipline.  Our primary focus, in conjunction with teaching and learning, is to build positive and working relationships.  My discipline management plan will be consistent with the following restorative action steps:

    1. Remind--students will be reminded of rule(s) or directions

    2. Redirect--students will be specifically redirected to the task at hand

    3. Relocate--students will be relocated to either reflect on (mis)behavior, calm down, or removed from a potentially disruptive situation (if necessary)

    4. Reflect--students will be guided to reflect upon what happened, what could have prevented the situation, and how to make amends to the appropriate parties (If necessary)

    Further or more severe consequences may be assigned if disruptive behavior continues or for more serious incidents/offenses