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In service Agenda for 12/4

In service Agenda for 12/4

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  • 1. Residence Life Monthly In-ServiceSunday, November 6
  • 2. Over $6,000 inprizes given out!
  • 3. It took us almost anhour to get everyone checked in!!!
  • 4. Programming Changes…
  • 5. Recognition FishChoose your ‘tudeAndy gave to all DA’sPlay FishDarius gave to QuezBe thereNicole gave RussMake their DayRuss gave to Stephanie
  • 6. A penny for your thoughts?1. What is the one thing that you enjoy most about your job as an RA/DA?2. Name one thing that hinders your job performance and one thing that helps your job performance.3. If you could change anything about the way we do duty, what would it be and why?4. What is something we can change as a Department to be more helpful/useful to residents?5. What are the top three things residents complain about?
  • 7. Update! Dinning Dollar$ and the meal plan are the only thing to expire at the end of the semester. Please make sure your Flex Dollar$, INCLUDING residents are aware Free Flex that were given that Stingers will to apartment residents, close on December 13. will not expire until May!Also, dinning dollars will expire on December 13. Residents must use them or lose them.
  • 8. When picking up the duty books, remember… -To make sure you have they keys! -To make sure the phone is charged -Make sure you have the necessary forms… Please take note: You should NEVER keep the master keys! I Spy forms are completed online. Any notices that are left for residents (trash, etc) need a follow up e-mail to all residents of the room/ suite/ apartment!When returning duty books, remember... -Make sure the KEYS are in the folder -Make sure you plug in the phone -Make sure to pull out any notices or forms that were issued while you were on duty!
  • 9. When on duty, remember…• RA’s sit at the desk from 5 to 6pm• DA’s start promptly at 6pm• Reset the furniture!• MUST complete a roster check and lockout form BEFORE completing a lockout.
  • 10. Safety First!• If you suspect any type of drug use or foul play, please call Campus Police immediately! 678-915-5555.• Over the break, make sure that your residents lock everything! (closets, wardrobes, bedrooms, windows, cars, etc)• When conducting rounds, keep an eye out for open windows, doors, and any sign of forced entry.
  • 11. What’s the pass codefor the duty phone?!? • • •
  • 12. Duty Over Break! • Residence Life will close for the holidays on Friday, December 23 so the duty phone needs to be picked up by 12noon. • The school will be closed from Satuday, December 23 through Tuesday, January 3 . During this time, you will treat duty as if it is the weekend. You are responsible for holding the phone from 4:30pm to 4:30pm. • DO NOT bring the phone to the office when then school is closed (December 23- January 4) during this time- no one will be there! You are responsible for calling the person on duty after you. If you have any problems, please call ProStaff.
  • 13. Duty Over Break! • Normal duty hours will resume on Tuesday, January 3, when the Housing Office will re-open at 8:00am. • The duty phone and book will be picked up and returned to the Housing Office January 3-5 while we are on the RHA Ski Trip. • We go back to regular duty, all three duty phones, on Friday, January 6. • If you have any questions, please ask your coordinator!
  • 14. Who is on duty?12/23: Zina 12/30: Cameron12/24: Christina 12/31: Joe12/25: Lingzi 1/1: Joe12/26: BeeBee 1/2: Will12/27: Darius 1/3: Nicole12/28: Manali 1/4: PJ12/29: Charles 1/5: Peyton 1/6: Return to Regular Duty
  • 15. And don’t forget about e-mail! You are to check your e-mail DAILY! Extra Hornet Loot goes to… Daniel, Rigo, Alex, Jeremy, Sem, Steph, Peyton, William, Charles,Juan, Monserratt, Camille,Cameron, Russ, Joseph, Karick,Eric S., Christina, Jorge,and Vanessa.
  • 16. RHA Ski/ Snowboard Trip! January 3-5, 2012 Cataloochee Ski Resort Maggie Valley, NC Cost. per person: Ski: $125 With own Equipment: $75 Snowboard: $175 With own Equipment: $125 Pricing Includes Travel, Lodging, Ski & Snowboard Equipment (unless you have your own), and Lift Tickets. Only money needed will be for Food and Souvenirs. The sign ups will be in the housing office. A deposit of 50 dollars is needed by November 18 and the final payment on December 2.
  • 17. Save the Date!2012 Meetings: January 8 February 5 March 11 April 1 May 6 All meetings will take place from 4-6pm in Q104
  • 18. You’re Invited…Residence Life Holiday Party December 15 th, 5pm The Gallery- architechure White Elephant- 5 limit Invitations Dress is semi formal!
  • 19. Santa’s Toy ShopSPSU Housing & Residence Life Day: 12/15 9:00am to 12:30pm 12:00pm to 2:30pm
  • 20. Santa’s Toy Shop Host: The duties for this stations are to assist theElf Duties include… reception area in guiding incoming visitors (1 per shift) Front Desk: This person will greet clients. Cross reference client names against other organization list. Must be able to tell parent they can not shop due to being on another list! (2 per shift) Shoppers: Assist the parents while in the toy shop. Walking with the parent and explaining the allotted number of items per child. Assist in picking out gifts (4-6 per shift) Check out: This person will check out the shopper and the parent once they have gone to each station and gotten the correct amount of items. Must be able to say no! (1 to 2 per shift). Stockers and Sorters: This person will sort incoming toys and items, keeping shelves stocked (2 to 4 per shift). Runners: Will assist families to their cars with gift items. (2 per shift)
  • 21. Holiday Dates• Toy Shop Volunteer Day: December 15• Res Life Christmas Party: December 15, 5pm• We go down to one Duty Phone on Monday, December 19• Christmas Day- OFF (Thanks Lingzi!)• All Staff MUST be back Friday, January 6 for regular duty.• Residence Life Open House: January 18• GRASS Conference: January 20-21
  • 22. GRASS: Georgia Resident Assistant Saturday SeminarJanuary 20-21, South Georgia College.Details to follow.Need to: Prepare for Roll Call! Complete the travel form this week! Present! December 16 is the deadlinehttp://www.sgc.edu/grass/program.html
  • 23. Questions, Comments,Complaints, Concerns Good luck with your finals!
  • 24. Thank you all for your hard work and dedication.We appreciate you and all that you do! Hope you enjoy your loot from the Hornet Loot Staff Auction!