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PANTHERPANTHER
STUDENT BODYSTUDENT BODY
WELCOME BACKWELCOME BACK
Welcome To theWelcome To the
Panther Family!!!Panther Family!!!
To the Panther Family!!!
PANTHER CLAPPANTHER CLAP
1-2-3-4-51-2-3-4-5
1-2-3-4-51-2-3-4-5
1-2-31-2-3
1-2-31-2-3
WHOOP WHOOPWHOOP WHOOP
CLAPCLAP
School Health ClinicSchool Health Clinic
MS. DAILY - RNMS. DAILY - RN
MedsMeds
Visiting the nurseVisiting the nurse
Inj...
Guidance NewsGuidance News
Academic Success needs your best effort!Academic Success needs your best effort!
THE 6 P’STHE 6 P’S
PriorPrior
ProperPrope...
Communication withCommunication with
TeachersTeachers
Live GradesLive Grades
EmailEmail
Face to faceFace to face
Atten...
ATTENDANCE/MRS.ATTENDANCE/MRS.
JOHNSONJOHNSON5 days absent with a parent note5 days absent with a parent note
All other ...
10 PERCENT OF THE STUDENT10 PERCENT OF THE STUDENT
BODY CAUSE 90 PERCENT OF THEBODY CAUSE 90 PERCENT OF THE
PROBLEMSPROBL...
THERE WILL BETHERE WILL BE
CHAOS!CHAOS!
CTMS Four YearCTMS Four Year
ComparisonComparison
2009-102009-10
 Total Referrals - 803Total Referrals - 803
2010-112010-...
CTMS ADMINISTRATIONCTMS ADMINISTRATION
DISCIPLINE BREAKDOWNDISCIPLINE BREAKDOWN
Mrs. JOHNSON - ALLMrs. JOHNSON - ALL
Mee...
DEFINE APPROPRIATE BEHAVIORDEFINE APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR
 FOLLOW THE STUDENT CODE OFFOLLOW THE STUDENT CODE OF
CONDUCTCOND...
 DEFINEDEFINE INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIORINAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR
 NEGATIVE CLASSROOM BEHAVIORNEGATIVE CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR
 SKI...
ANYTHING THAT DISRUPTS THEANYTHING THAT DISRUPTS THE
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTLEARNING ENVIRONMENT
INSUBORDINATIONINSUBORDINA...
ALLALL PHYSICAL ALTERCATIONS WILL RESULTPHYSICAL ALTERCATIONS WILL RESULT
IN AN AUTOMATICIN AN AUTOMATIC (5) DAY OSS(5) D...
Tardy Consequence
1 Verbal Warning
2 Verbal Warning – Teacher contacts parent
3 Referral (2) Days LD
4 Referral (1) Days M...
ANY VERBAL ALTERCATION THATANY VERBAL ALTERCATION THAT
RESULTS IN A DISRUPTION OF THERESULTS IN A DISRUPTION OF THE
LEARNI...
Tell someone PLEASE!!!!Tell someone PLEASE!!!!
TeacherTeacher, OR, OR GuidanceGuidance CounselorCounselor
PEER MEDIATIO...
Skipping! Once you arrive onSkipping! Once you arrive on
campus you must enter the buildingcampus you must enter the buil...
DOGSDOGS
The canine units will be makingThe canine units will be making
periodic visits this year. There is aperiodic visi...
The only form of physical contactThe only form of physical contact
allowed is holding hands. All otherallowed is holding h...
Please do not use profanity orPlease do not use profanity or
derogatory language.derogatory language.
If you are caught yo...
Due to the large number of students in theDue to the large number of students in the
cafeteria certain behaviors are expec...
3.1. All students enrolled in West Virginia public schools shall
behave in a manner that promotes a school environment tha...
 3.1.4. Students will demonstrate responsibility, use self-3.1.4. Students will demonstrate responsibility, use self-
con...
 INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIORINAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR
 4.1.1. Students who do not behave in a manner4.1.1. Students who do not b...
Define A BullyDefine A Bully
Bullying” means systematically and chronically inflicting
physical hurt or psychological dist...
Bullying may involve,Bullying may involve,
but is not limited to:but is not limited to:
1. Unwanted teasing1. Unwanted tea...
DRESS CODE VIOLATIONSDRESS CODE VIOLATIONS
 PajamasPajamas
 Low Cut topsLow Cut tops
 Pants with holes above thePants w...
Dress Code ViolationDress Code Violation
 11stst
Offense – Meet with Mrs. Johnson andOffense – Meet with Mrs. Johnson and...
If you see something!If you see something!
Say SomethingSay Something
These are the best times of your life!!!These are...
Cellular Phones and ElectronicCellular Phones and Electronic
Devices for InstructionDevices for Instruction
We believe tha...
Charles Town Middle School will implement aCharles Town Middle School will implement a
“PILOT PROGRAM” in the CAFETERIA“PI...
Students are permitted to use electronicStudents are permitted to use electronic
devices in the CAFETERIA WHEN:devices in ...
Includes the following:Includes the following:
 Cyber-BullyingCyber-Bullying
 Student will not bully/intimidate/harass a...
Digital CitizenshipDigital Citizenship
All students should follow the school technology policy and exerciseAll students sh...
Violators of the Technology PolicyViolators of the Technology Policy
will result in the following:will result in the follo...
304-261-5596304-261-5596
Panther PhonePanther Phone
TEXTTEXT your questions, suggestions,your questions, suggestions,
comm...
LOU HOLTZLOU HOLTZ
Three simple rules inThree simple rules in
successful living. successful living. 
1.1. Do What is Righ...
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First semester ctms 2013 14 by Timothy Sites

  1. 1. PANTHERPANTHER STUDENT BODYSTUDENT BODY WELCOME BACKWELCOME BACK
  2. 2. Welcome To theWelcome To the Panther Family!!!Panther Family!!! To the Panther Family!!!
  3. 3. PANTHER CLAPPANTHER CLAP 1-2-3-4-51-2-3-4-5 1-2-3-4-51-2-3-4-5 1-2-31-2-3 1-2-31-2-3 WHOOP WHOOPWHOOP WHOOP CLAPCLAP
  4. 4. School Health ClinicSchool Health Clinic MS. DAILY - RNMS. DAILY - RN MedsMeds Visiting the nurseVisiting the nurse InjuriesInjuries ImmunizationsImmunizations
  5. 5. Guidance NewsGuidance News
  6. 6. Academic Success needs your best effort!Academic Success needs your best effort! THE 6 P’STHE 6 P’S PriorPrior ProperProper PlanningPlanning PreventsPrevents PoorPoor PerformancePerformance
  7. 7. Communication withCommunication with TeachersTeachers Live GradesLive Grades EmailEmail Face to faceFace to face Attention in classAttention in class
  8. 8. ATTENDANCE/MRS.ATTENDANCE/MRS. JOHNSONJOHNSON5 days absent with a parent note5 days absent with a parent note All other days absent per semester must have a doctor note or court order.All other days absent per semester must have a doctor note or court order. approved field trip, educational leave with prior approvalapproved field trip, educational leave with prior approval OSS COUNTS AS UNEXCUSED!!OSS COUNTS AS UNEXCUSED!! HOWEVER, unexcused absences are cumulative, meaning they run for the yearHOWEVER, unexcused absences are cumulative, meaning they run for the year CA-2 letter will require direct parent/guardian contact and a modified SAT meetingCA-2 letter will require direct parent/guardian contact and a modified SAT meeting Documented chronic medical conditions must be in your file if it requires you to missDocumented chronic medical conditions must be in your file if it requires you to miss schoolschool You must sign in at the attendance office for ALL school tardies and all absences.You must sign in at the attendance office for ALL school tardies and all absences. Failure to do so will cause you to either be marked absent and /or unexcusedFailure to do so will cause you to either be marked absent and /or unexcused Letters will be sent home at 3-days, 5-days, 10-days, and 15-days per yearLetters will be sent home at 3-days, 5-days, 10-days, and 15-days per year regardless of the absence reasonregardless of the absence reason 5 tardies to school will result in administrative intervention5 tardies to school will result in administrative intervention The COURTS will be intervening at a more steady pace this year.The COURTS will be intervening at a more steady pace this year.
  9. 9. 10 PERCENT OF THE STUDENT10 PERCENT OF THE STUDENT BODY CAUSE 90 PERCENT OF THEBODY CAUSE 90 PERCENT OF THE PROBLEMSPROBLEMS HOWEVER WE ARE ALL AFFECTEDHOWEVER WE ARE ALL AFFECTED BY NEGATIVE BEHAVIORS OFBY NEGATIVE BEHAVIORS OF OTHERSOTHERS
  10. 10. THERE WILL BETHERE WILL BE CHAOS!CHAOS!
  11. 11. CTMS Four YearCTMS Four Year ComparisonComparison 2009-102009-10  Total Referrals - 803Total Referrals - 803 2010-112010-11  Total Referrals – 783Total Referrals – 783 2011-122011-12  Total Referrals – 881Total Referrals – 881 2012-132012-13  Total Referrals - 1,068Total Referrals - 1,068  UP 17.5% from last year!!!!UP 17.5% from last year!!!!
  12. 12. CTMS ADMINISTRATIONCTMS ADMINISTRATION DISCIPLINE BREAKDOWNDISCIPLINE BREAKDOWN Mrs. JOHNSON - ALLMrs. JOHNSON - ALL Meet with Guidance – (3)Meet with Guidance – (3) SAT MEETINGSAT MEETING MR. SITES – OSS / (5)MR. SITES – OSS / (5)
  13. 13. DEFINE APPROPRIATE BEHAVIORDEFINE APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR  FOLLOW THE STUDENT CODE OFFOLLOW THE STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCTCONDUCT  DISPLAY APPROPRIATE CLASSROOMDISPLAY APPROPRIATE CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR, AS DEFINED BY EACH OFBEHAVIOR, AS DEFINED BY EACH OF YOUR CLASSROOM TEACHERSYOUR CLASSROOM TEACHERS  MUTUAL RESPECT FOR ALLMUTUAL RESPECT FOR ALL  TOLERANCETOLERANCE
  14. 14.  DEFINEDEFINE INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIORINAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR  NEGATIVE CLASSROOM BEHAVIORNEGATIVE CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR  SKIPPING AND TARDYSKIPPING AND TARDY  PHYSICAL ALTERCATIONSPHYSICAL ALTERCATIONS  VERBAL ALTERCATIONSVERBAL ALTERCATIONS  OUT OF ASSIGNED AREAOUT OF ASSIGNED AREA  PDA – PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF AFFECTIONPDA – PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF AFFECTION  LANGUAGELANGUAGE  CAFETERIA CONDUCTCAFETERIA CONDUCT
  15. 15. ANYTHING THAT DISRUPTS THEANYTHING THAT DISRUPTS THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTLEARNING ENVIRONMENT INSUBORDINATIONINSUBORDINATION NOT FOLLOWING TEACHER DIRECTIONSNOT FOLLOWING TEACHER DIRECTIONS REFUSAL TO PARTICIPATEREFUSAL TO PARTICIPATE SUBSTITUTE TEACHERSSUBSTITUTE TEACHERS
  16. 16. ALLALL PHYSICAL ALTERCATIONS WILL RESULTPHYSICAL ALTERCATIONS WILL RESULT IN AN AUTOMATICIN AN AUTOMATIC (5) DAY OSS(5) DAY OSS The POLICE WILL BE CALLED AND YOUThe POLICE WILL BE CALLED AND YOU COULD BE ARRESTED or CHARGESCOULD BE ARRESTED or CHARGES FILED FOR ASSAULT!!FILED FOR ASSAULT!! STUDENTSSTUDENTS DO NOTDO NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TOHAVE THE RIGHT TO PUT THEIR HANDS ON ANOTHER STUDENTPUT THEIR HANDS ON ANOTHER STUDENT RESOLVERESOLVE YOUR DIFFERENCES PEACEFULLYYOUR DIFFERENCES PEACEFULLY OR OUTSIDE OF THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTOR OUTSIDE OF THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT
  17. 17. Tardy Consequence 1 Verbal Warning 2 Verbal Warning – Teacher contacts parent 3 Referral (2) Days LD 4 Referral (1) Days MIP 5 Referral (2) Day MIP 6 Referral (3) Days MIP – SAT Meeting 7 Referral (1) Day OSS 8 Referral (2) Days OSS 9 Referral (3) Days OSS 10 Referral (4) Days Administrative Intervention Charles Town Middle School Tardy Procedure
  18. 18. ANY VERBAL ALTERCATION THATANY VERBAL ALTERCATION THAT RESULTS IN A DISRUPTION OF THERESULTS IN A DISRUPTION OF THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT WILL RESULTLEARNING ENVIRONMENT WILL RESULT IN AN OSS TO BE DETERMINED BY THEIN AN OSS TO BE DETERMINED BY THE ADMINISTRATIONADMINISTRATION
  19. 19. Tell someone PLEASE!!!!Tell someone PLEASE!!!! TeacherTeacher, OR, OR GuidanceGuidance CounselorCounselor PEER MEDIATIONPEER MEDIATION AdministratorAdministrator Peer To Peer Mediation – AdministratorPeer To Peer Mediation – Administrator There are MANY ways to avoid altercations!There are MANY ways to avoid altercations! 5 Days OSS for Physical Altercations5 Days OSS for Physical Altercations
  20. 20. Skipping! Once you arrive onSkipping! Once you arrive on campus you must enter the buildingcampus you must enter the building Define out of area?Define out of area? A. TrackA. Track B. Storage BuildingsB. Storage Buildings C. Off school propertyC. Off school property You WILL be searched!You WILL be searched!
  21. 21. DOGSDOGS The canine units will be makingThe canine units will be making periodic visits this year. There is aperiodic visits this year. There is a unit training dogs with Homelandunit training dogs with Homeland Security and they would like to useSecurity and they would like to use CTMS as a test site.CTMS as a test site.
  22. 22. The only form of physical contactThe only form of physical contact allowed is holding hands. All otherallowed is holding hands. All other behavior will not be toleratedbehavior will not be tolerated  KissingKissing  EmbracingEmbracing If you are engaged in a PDA situationIf you are engaged in a PDA situation you will receive a referral and an MIP.you will receive a referral and an MIP.
  23. 23. Please do not use profanity orPlease do not use profanity or derogatory language.derogatory language. If you are caught you willIf you are caught you will receive a referral.receive a referral.
  24. 24. Due to the large number of students in theDue to the large number of students in the cafeteria certain behaviors are expected.cafeteria certain behaviors are expected.  Be PatientBe Patient  Be RespectfulBe Respectful  Cleanup your messCleanup your mess The following will not be toleratedThe following will not be tolerated  Cutting Line –1Cutting Line –1stst time you will go to the end of thetime you will go to the end of the line, 2line, 2ndnd time will result in antime will result in an (1) LD(1) LD  Leaving your tray- (1) LDLeaving your tray- (1) LD  Leaving a mess- (1) LDLeaving a mess- (1) LD  If a teacher on duty, cook or custodian or otherIf a teacher on duty, cook or custodian or other personnel observe these behaviors you willpersonnel observe these behaviors you will receive a referral and serve (1) LD.receive a referral and serve (1) LD.  YOU ARE TO RESPECT ALL ADULTS!!!!YOU ARE TO RESPECT ALL ADULTS!!!!
  25. 25. 3.1. All students enrolled in West Virginia public schools shall behave in a manner that promotes a school environment that is nurturing, orderly, safe and conducive to learning and personal- social development. 3.1.1. Students will help create an atmosphere free from bullying, intimidation and harassment. 3.1.2. Students will demonstrate honesty and trustworthiness. 3.1.3. Students will treat others with respect, deal peacefully with anger, use good manners and be considerate of the feelings of others. EXPECTED BEHAVIOR IN SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE SCHOOLS
  26. 26.  3.1.4. Students will demonstrate responsibility, use self-3.1.4. Students will demonstrate responsibility, use self- control and be self-disciplined.control and be self-disciplined.  3.1.5. Students will demonstrate fairness, play by the3.1.5. Students will demonstrate fairness, play by the rules, and will not take advantage of others.rules, and will not take advantage of others.  3.1.6. Students will demonstrate compassion and caring.3.1.6. Students will demonstrate compassion and caring.  3.1.7. Students will demonstrate good citizenship by3.1.7. Students will demonstrate good citizenship by obeying laws and rules, respecting authority, and byobeying laws and rules, respecting authority, and by cooperating with others.cooperating with others.
  27. 27.  INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIORINAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR  4.1.1. Students who do not behave in a manner4.1.1. Students who do not behave in a manner that promotes a nurturing, orderly, safethat promotes a nurturing, orderly, safe environment conducive to learning will be subjectenvironment conducive to learning will be subject to the responses to violations as outlined into the responses to violations as outlined in §126-99-7.§126-99-7.  BEHAVIORS MEASURED IN LEVELS I, II, III, IVBEHAVIORS MEASURED IN LEVELS I, II, III, IV  STUDENT HANDBOOKSTUDENT HANDBOOK  CLASSROOM SYLLABUSCLASSROOM SYLLABUS  PROGRESSIVE DISCIPLINE POLICYPROGRESSIVE DISCIPLINE POLICY
  28. 28. Define A BullyDefine A Bully Bullying” means systematically and chronically inflicting physical hurt or psychological distress on one or more students or employees. It is further defined as: unwanted purposeful written, verbal, nonverbal, or physical behavior, including but not limited to any threatening, insulting, or dehumanizing gesture, by an adult or student, that has the potential to create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive educational environment or cause long term damage; cause discomfort or humiliation; or unreasonably interfere with the individual’s school performance or participation, is carried out repeatedly and is often characterized by an imbalance of power.  
  29. 29. Bullying may involve,Bullying may involve, but is not limited to:but is not limited to: 1. Unwanted teasing1. Unwanted teasing 2. Threatening2. Threatening 3. Intimidating3. Intimidating 4. Stalking4. Stalking 5. Cyberstalking5. Cyberstalking 7. Physical Violence7. Physical Violence 8. Theft8. Theft 9. Sexual, Religious, or Racial Harassment9. Sexual, Religious, or Racial Harassment 10. Public Humiliation10. Public Humiliation 11. Destruction of school or personal property11. Destruction of school or personal property 12. Social Exclusion, Including Incitement and/or Coercion12. Social Exclusion, Including Incitement and/or Coercion 13. Rumor or Spreading of Falsehoods13. Rumor or Spreading of Falsehoods
  30. 30. DRESS CODE VIOLATIONSDRESS CODE VIOLATIONS  PajamasPajamas  Low Cut topsLow Cut tops  Pants with holes above thePants with holes above the kneesknees  PANTS ABOVE THE WAISTPANTS ABOVE THE WAIST
  31. 31. Dress Code ViolationDress Code Violation  11stst Offense – Meet with Mrs. Johnson andOffense – Meet with Mrs. Johnson and you will sit in the office or MIP until youryou will sit in the office or MIP until your parent brings you clothingparent brings you clothing 22ndnd Offense a parent WILL have to come forOffense a parent WILL have to come for a conferencea conference 33rdrd OffenseOffense OSSOSS This is your warning……..This is your warning……..
  32. 32. If you see something!If you see something! Say SomethingSay Something These are the best times of your life!!!These are the best times of your life!!!
  33. 33. Cellular Phones and ElectronicCellular Phones and Electronic Devices for InstructionDevices for Instruction We believe that 21We believe that 21stst century learning skills maycentury learning skills may include the use of personal electronic devices.include the use of personal electronic devices. BYODBYOD- Bring Your Own Device,- Bring Your Own Device, BYOTBYOT - Bring Your Own Technology is a concept that- Bring Your Own Technology is a concept that all students MAY use their own personal electronicall students MAY use their own personal electronic device to utilize the information super highway in andevice to utilize the information super highway in an instructional educational setting.instructional educational setting. This is at the discretion of the individualThis is at the discretion of the individual classroom teacher and PRE-approved byclassroom teacher and PRE-approved by administration.administration.
  34. 34. Charles Town Middle School will implement aCharles Town Middle School will implement a “PILOT PROGRAM” in the CAFETERIA“PILOT PROGRAM” in the CAFETERIA beginning the 2013-14beginning the 2013-14 Students are permitted to use their electronic devices atStudents are permitted to use their electronic devices at Charles Town Middle School in the CAFETRIA on aCharles Town Middle School in the CAFETRIA on a DAY to DAY basis.DAY to DAY basis. Designated times and areas will be determined at the discretionDesignated times and areas will be determined at the discretion of the cafeteria staff.of the cafeteria staff. Students using their cellular phones or electronic devices atStudents using their cellular phones or electronic devices at times other than the cafeteria will be subject to school discipline.times other than the cafeteria will be subject to school discipline. Contents of cell phones or electronic devices may be searched ifContents of cell phones or electronic devices may be searched if there exists a reasonable suspicion that it may have been used inthere exists a reasonable suspicion that it may have been used in an activity prohibited by the Code of Conduct.an activity prohibited by the Code of Conduct.
  35. 35. Students are permitted to use electronicStudents are permitted to use electronic devices in the CAFETERIA WHEN:devices in the CAFETERIA WHEN:    The Cafeteria conduct the previous day is suitable to staff inThe Cafeteria conduct the previous day is suitable to staff in chargecharge CLEAN YOUR AREACLEAN YOUR AREA NO TRAYS LEFTNO TRAYS LEFT IN SEATS AFTER DUMPING TRAYSIN SEATS AFTER DUMPING TRAYS NO HORSE PLAYNO HORSE PLAY NOT TO LOUDNOT TO LOUD NO CUTTING LINENO CUTTING LINE NO THROWING FOODNO THROWING FOOD GREENGREEN – USE YOU DEVICE– USE YOU DEVICE REDRED - LOST THE PRIVELAGE FOR THE ENTIRE LUNCH!- LOST THE PRIVELAGE FOR THE ENTIRE LUNCH! REDRED OROR GREENGREEN will be posted each day by Mrs. Johnsonwill be posted each day by Mrs. Johnson
  36. 36. Includes the following:Includes the following:  Cyber-BullyingCyber-Bullying  Student will not bully/intimidate/harass another student.Student will not bully/intimidate/harass another student.  Harassment, intimidation or bullying" means any intentional gesture,Harassment, intimidation or bullying" means any intentional gesture, or any intentional written, verbal or physical act or threat that:or any intentional written, verbal or physical act or threat that: (a) a reasonable person under the circumstances should know will(a) a reasonable person under the circumstances should know will have the effect of :have the effect of :  (1) Harming a student;(1) Harming a student;  (2) Damaging a student's property;(2) Damaging a student's property;  (3) Placing a student in reasonable fear of harm to his or her person;(3) Placing a student in reasonable fear of harm to his or her person;  (4) Placing a student in reasonable fear of damage to his or her(4) Placing a student in reasonable fear of damage to his or her property;property; (B) Is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive that it creates an(B) Is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive that it creates an intimidating, threatening or abusive educational environment for aintimidating, threatening or abusive educational environment for a student.student.  We will view a video in September regarding this topic.We will view a video in September regarding this topic.
  37. 37. Digital CitizenshipDigital Citizenship All students should follow the school technology policy and exerciseAll students should follow the school technology policy and exercise GOOD DIGITAL CITIZENSHIPGOOD DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP when using electronic devices andwhen using electronic devices and communicating with other students and staff.communicating with other students and staff. Be RespectfulBe Respectful Be ResponsibleBe Responsible Be CourteousBe Courteous Be Careful what you post, tweet, text or say. If you cant say it to their faceBe Careful what you post, tweet, text or say. If you cant say it to their face you shouldn't use electronics text it.you shouldn't use electronics text it. Never use another person IDNever use another person ID Protect your won IDProtect your won ID
  38. 38. Violators of the Technology PolicyViolators of the Technology Policy will result in the following:will result in the following: Any threats by text or social networksAny threats by text or social networks will be investigated by administrationwill be investigated by administration Incidents could result in OSSIncidents could result in OSS Law EnforcementLaw Enforcement will be involved.will be involved. Loss of privileges for 365 daysLoss of privileges for 365 days
  39. 39. 304-261-5596304-261-5596 Panther PhonePanther Phone TEXTTEXT your questions, suggestions,your questions, suggestions, comments or concerns 24/7.comments or concerns 24/7. Someone will answer in a timelySomeone will answer in a timely manner.manner. This is NOT an emergency HOTLINEThis is NOT an emergency HOTLINE
  40. 40. LOU HOLTZLOU HOLTZ Three simple rules inThree simple rules in successful living. successful living.  1.1. Do What is Right. (honesty, integrity,Do What is Right. (honesty, integrity, empathy)empathy) 2.2. Do The Best You Can Do.Do The Best You Can Do. 3.3. Treat All Others The Way You Wish To BeTreat All Others The Way You Wish To Be Treated. (The Golden Rule)Treated. (The Golden Rule)

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