“A student who cheats or plagiarizes has committed a major school infraction. The student will receive an F on the assignment, be placed on disciplinary concern, and may be suspended or expelled. Should another infraction of a similar nature occur, the student may be suspended or expelled. A student who cheats or plagiarizes will not be eligible for that trimester’s academic or effort honor roll or high honor roll. A student who cheats or plagiarizes at any point in his or her upper school career may be ineligible for induction into the Cum Laude Society or to receive an award at the May Honors Day assembly.” (Student Handbook, pp 43-44).
How do you know if a source you find is good? Dr. Waugh recommends the CARS method.
Casey, C. "Evaluating Websites." Common Sense Media. https://www.commonsense.org/education/lesson-plans/evaluating-websites. Accessed September 26, 2019
Use NoodleTools to organize your research, save your sources and take notes. Remember that Dr. Waugh can help you with NoodleTools if you need it. Click login, then use your SAES email and click "login with Google." This guide also contains a tab on tips for using NoodleTools effectively.