Welcome to Eisenhower High School.
Contact information for Mr. Quintero
1st period: PLAN Period
2nd period: United States History Room 215
3rd period: Lunch/supervision
4th period: United States History Room 314
5th period: Government Room 314
6th period: Geography Room 314
7th period: PLC
8th period: Economics Room 216
Mr. Quintero is originally from Chicago and has been teaching Social Studies and Bilingual courses for over ten years. Mr. Quintero received his B.A. in Teaching of History from the University of Illinois at Chicago and his Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from Concordia University Chicago. Throughout his career, Mr. Quintero has taught in schools that demonstrate the vast diversity that exist in the Chicago metropolitan area and has sought to provide a critical education to prepare students to tackle the challenges they will face in society.
School Policies and Procedures:
Community High School 218 grading policy:
- 65% Common Unit Assessments and/or Other Major Unit Assessments or Tests
- 20% Other Assessments (i.e. quizzes, labs, essays, portfolios, performances)
- 15% Practice (i.e. homework, class assignments)
Community High School 218 Retake policy:
Community High School 218 has a district wide retake policies when it comes to Common Unit Assessments (CUA). If a students does not pass a CUA or receives a D the student can:
- Retake will be recommended and offered to students who receive a D or F on an assessment.
- If a student request a retake, then a retake of the assessment will be given to the student.
Steps to retaking an exam:
In order for students to retake an assessment the following steps must also be completed in order for students to demonstrate they are prepared and ready to retake an exam. Students will reflect on their exam and relearn concepts by completing a study guide on those concepts they have not mastered. After completion of this component, a retake will be given to the student. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me.