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  • 1. Welcome to Jackson Middle School! We are the Mighty Chargers!
  • 2. What are the Mighty Charger Expectations?
    • The expectations are a set of rules that EVERYONE MUST follow.
    • They are posted everywhere throughout the building, including every classroom.
    • There are no exceptions. That means you can’t whine, complain, throw a fit, or argue about them.
  • 3. MC 1.Attend school and be in class on time. Enter quietly, take your seat, and begin working.
    • It is very important to be on time to my class everyday.
    • 1st offense: Silent Lunch, Parent notified by teacher
    • 2nd offense: Silent Lunch, Parent notified by teacher
    • 3rd offense: After School Detention, Parent notified by teacher
    • The third time that you are tardy to my class in a week, you will stay after school.
  • 4. MC 2. Wear clothing that is appropriate for school. Refer to the Dress Code for Students in your student planner for guidelines.
    • Change clothes using gym clothes or clothes provided by a parent or guardian. See Principal or Assistant Principal to call home.
  • 5. MC 3. Leave all coats, large jackets, backpacks, and electronic devices in your locker.
    • 1st offense: Silent Lunch, Parent notified by teacher
    • 2nd offense: Timeout in another classroom, Parent notified by teacher
    • 3rd offense: After School Detention, Parent notified by teacher
  • 6. MC 4. Keep our school clean and graffiti free.
    • Graffiti or vandalism may result in a referral to office on the first offense.
    • Trash in hallway or in my classroom.
      • 1st offense: Silent Lunch, Parent notified by teacher
      • 2nd offense: Timeout in another classroom, Parent notified by teacher
      • 3rd offense: After School Detention, Parent notified by teacher
  • 7. MC 5. Leave food and drink in the cafeteria.
    • Unless a teacher has given you these items or given you permission, you are not allowed to have anything to eat in my classroom.
      • 1st offense: Silent Lunch, Parent notified by teacher
      • 2nd offense: Timeout in another classroom, Parent notified by teacher
      • 3rd offense: After School Detention, Parent notified by teacher
  • 8. MC 6. Respect your peers and school staff at all times.
    • This can be a significant classroom disruption, and will follow the five consequences.
    • Any physical contact can be considered fighting, and may be referred to the office.
    • Verbal issues may also be referred to Guidance or Peer Mediation.