In order to solidify a positive, respectful and effective climate for teaching-learning; It is imperative to enforce the following guidelines in our classroom.

Teachers’ Expectations from Students:

·To do the best quality of work.

·To take pride in work.

·To respect peers, school property, teachers and administrative staff.

·To act with common sense and responsibility.

·To be on time and count present.

·To participate actively and respectfully.

·To keep a track on materials and school stuff.

·To Carry properly the uniform.

BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL.

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GOLDEN RULES:

ALLOW THE TEACHER TO TEACH,

ALLOW OTHERS TO LEARN.

Enforcing the Code of Conduct:

Students are supposed NOT to:

Drink or eat in class.

Carry any e– portable artifact as visible mobile phone, i-Pod, video games and make use of  them in class.

Chew gum.

Cheat.

Use foul language.

Show disrespect to any person in the school community.

Forget books and materials on a daily basis.

Play truancy.

Boast persistent disruptions.

Have habitual tardiness.

Show off vandalism.

Elicit rude comments.

Gear up violent behavior.

…And all included and not limited to the School  Code Of Conduct. (Manual de Convivencia)

DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES

1st OFFENSE: Student-Teacher Conference

2nd OFFENSE: Student-Teacher Conference and referral

3rd OFFENSE: See more info about discipline procedures in the students code of conduct.   (Manual de Convivencia)

In life, there are no punishments  or rewards;

there are only consequences.

 

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  1. Mr mrtz I am going tomorrow 18 of november to the UCB, someone of the group told me what we need to do for tomorrw!! thanks for the oportunity!
    🙂 !

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