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Chester Cyclones

       Welcome to
Chester Senior High School
        2012-2013
Administrative Staff


Principal:           Assistant Principals:

Jeff Gardner         Blanche Bowles
                     D’Angelo Edwards
                     Alfred Williams

SRO:
Wade Young
Mission Statement

Chester High School strives to create a safe
and nurturing environment where students
are encouraged to develop academic, social
and emotional competencies. To this end, we
are committed to developing creative,
independent students who are prepared to
contribute to local, national and global
societies.
New Faculty

Ronald Cobb – Science Teacher
Jamie Counterman – Math Teacher – Returning from Greenville
Rebecca Cunningham – Special Needs – From Lewisville Middle School
Patricia DuBose – Communities In Schools
D’Angelo Edwards – Assistant Principal – From Chester Middle School
Brittany Heath – JAG Teacher
Col. Boyd Joye – JROTC Instructor
Kayla Cousineu – Spanish Teacher
Clayton Owens – Social Studies Teacher
Shawn Reen – Social Studies Teacher – From Lewisville High School


Name Changes
     •   Ms. McKee is now Mrs. Roddey
     •   Mrs. Reed is now Ms. Feaster
Facilities
              Improvements

• Drainage system improved.
• Courtyard repaved Wednesday.
• 10 new tables and new fence in
  courtyard.
• New scoreboard.
• New roof on the Career Center.
• Gym floor sanded and refinished.
Teacher
                   Expectations

• Work hours are 7:30 AM -3:30 PM
• Be at your door to keep students moving
• Make and document parent contacts
• Students who leave your class must have a
  Red School Pass with the destination and
  time recorded.
Teacher
                        Expectations

• Students must be supervised at all times.
• Take attendance during the first 15 minutes of
  class.
• All exterior windows and door windows must be
  clear.
• Enforce all policies, in particular, food and drinks in
  the classroom, electronic devices and dress code.
Changes

• New Superintendent – New Vision – Top Ten School
  District in the State of South Carolina
• Update Facilities for 21st Century Learning
• Technology for all students (1 to 1 at the high school level)
• Student achievement is the number 1 priority
• Be loyal to the organization – administrators and each
  other
• Open door policy
• Collaborate
Changes

• Be respectful of one another, administrators, students,
  parents, and etc.
• Be on time for work and meetings.
• Respond promptly to all e-mails, phone calls, etc.
• Chaperones’ criminal background checks will no longer be
  covered by Chester County School District - $25.00.
• If you are arrested, you must report it to Shawn
  Clinkscales within 72 hours of the arrest.
Changes

• Sign the new network acceptable use policy form.
• Change in student cell phone policy
• Condensed dress code policy
• Change in AP duties – see your handbook
• B.L.A.S.T. Logo
• Professional Learning Communities – PLCs
• Lost Keys - $50 exterior doors, $25 interior doors
• Field trips - limited, must be tied to standards, more scrutinized,
  protected field trips
• Professional Development – Train the Trainer, will be responsible
  for sharing information with the staff
NETWORK ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY
Terms and Conditions of Use
Employee Certification Form
I have read and understand the school district's network acceptable use policy and administrative rule. I
understand and will abide by the conditions and rules set forth therein. I further understand that violations of
these conditions and rules are unethical and also may constitute a criminal offense. Should I commit any
violation, my access privileges may be revoked, disciplinary action may be taken, and appropriate legal action
may be instituted. I also agree to be responsible for any unauthorized costs incurred by my use of the network.

Employee name (please print): ___________________________________________
Work location ________________________________________________________
Employee signature: ____________________________ Date: __________________

SCHOOL CONNECT
The Chester County School District uses an automated phone contact system called School Connect. The
system will be used to notify you of information such as school closings due to inclement weather and other
important issues. We must have your current phone number in the system so that you will receive these
important phone messages.

Phone: ( )                                                                       .

      Area Code Phone Number
The above listed number is a:
 􀂅 Landline 􀂅 Wireless (cell phone)
 􀂅 I do not wish to provide my phone number. I understand that I will not be notified by the School Connect
system with messages and updates.
CHS Student Cell Phone Policy
Students may use their cell phones before and after school, during breaks, and at
lunch.
Students may NOT use their cell phones during class. Students caught using their
phones during class will be written up and sent to the office with a referral. (Teachers
will not ask for students to turn in phones.)


Consequences:
1.   1st offense: 1 day OSS
2.   2nd offense: 3 days OSS
3.   3rd offense: 5 days OSS
4.   Each additional offense will have a day of OSS added to the 5 days OSS
*** STUDENTS THAT BRING PROHIBITED ITEMS TO SCHOOL, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO CELL PHONES, I-PODS, OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES, ETC. WILL DO SO AT
THEIR OWN RISK. CHESTER HIGH SCHOOL ASSUMES NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY
IF PROHIBITED ITEMS BECOME DAMAGED OR STOLEN.
Chester High School Student Dress Code

Chester High School students are expected to dress and be groomed in such a way as to not dis-tract or cause disruption in
the edu-cational program or orderly operation of the school. Therefore, clothing deemed distracting, revealing, overly
suggestive or otherwise disruptive shall not be permitted.

No big chains, medallions, long beads, or necklaces.

No gang affiliated attire of any kind.

No hats, hoods, scarves or any other head covering are allowed in the building. School ad-ministrators will not be held liable for
confiscated items.

Proper shoes must be worn at all times. No shower shoes or bedroom slippers.

Clothing must not be obscene, profane, lewd, vulgar, in-decent, or offensive.
Generally, shorts and skirts should be fingertip length. However, judgment ultimately rests with the administration.
Pants must be worn at the natural waistline and undergarments are not to be visible. No bagging, sagging, or dragging clothing.

Shirts must be tucked in to the extent that belts or waistbands are clearly visible.

Sleeveless attire cannot reveal un-dergarments.

Tank tops, halter tops, shirts/dresses with spaghetti straps, and see-through gar-ments will not be allowed.

Shirts [blouses] cannot be too tight, low-cut or show cleavage.

Clothing must cover waist, shoul-ders and back with no skin show-ing between the top garment and bottom garment.

No clothing that is excessively form-fitting (i.e. tights or spandex).

No pajamas of any kind.

No sunglasses may be worn inside the building.


Neither parents, nor students will place the burden of enforcing the dress code solely on the school.
The principal reserves the right to amend any provisions that he/she deems to be in the best interest of the student or the
educational process.
How did we get an F?

2012 - ESEA / Federal Accountability SystemKEY Index Score Grade Description
         90-100 A          Performance substantially exceeds the state's expectations.
         80-89.9 B         Performance exceeds the state's expectations.
         70-79.9 C         Performance meets the state's expectations.
         60-69.9 D         Performance does not meet the state's expectations.
         Less than 60 F    Performance is substantially below the state's expectations.

2012 Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO)
English Language Arts (ELA) 223 HSAP            Math 220 HSAP
Science / Biology 76 EOC                        Social Studies / History 71 EOC
Graduation 73.1

Chester High School Overall Grade
Overall Grade Conversion F
Points Total - High School Grades 48
What are we going to
                    do about it?
• Data Wall First-Time IEP HSAP test takers or
   repeaters
• Target At-Risk students using B.L.A.S.T.
• Reduce suspension days – contact parents for return
   to school
• More extensive classroom observations – Using
  District Classroom Mosaic model
• Initiate a PLC
• Teachers are expected to post and maintain
   assignments on the class webpages.
Chester High School




          B.L.A.S.T.
  (Building Lasting Academic Success through Teaching)
• PROFESSIONAL?
   “Every teacher is a leader; Every leader is a teacher.”

• LEARNING?
   In a PLC School, learning applies as much to teachers, administrators, and
   parents as to students. Focus on instruction, curriculum and assessment.

• COMMUNITY?
   Support
   Cooperation vs. competition
   Focus intensely on the mission, vision, goals, and values.
   Improvement of the whole vs. striving to get ahead individually.
   A sense of purpose all staff embraces and commits to.


• It’s not all about me!
Extra-Curricular
             Activities Attendance

• There will be opportunities for club
  sponsorship.
• Teachers are to sign up to attend Class
  Rep, Senior Awards Night, or Prom.
• All teachers are required to attend
  Graduation.
Athletics



Teachers must sign up to help
with one home athletic event.
Procedures for
                      Teacher Absences

• Fill out a request for professional leave ten days in advance
  or personal leave a week in advance and give to Ms. Reid.
• When approved, document with Kelly Services.
• For illness, use Kelly Services online up until 6 AM. Call
  Kelly Services after 6 AM.
• If you are absent, you must call your assigned principal.
  NO text messages.
• Emergency Substitute plans are to be turned into Ms. Reid
  –within 10 days.
Student Attendance

• A student is considered absent if he/she
  misses more than half of the class
  period.
• A student is considered to be cutting
  class if he/she arrives more than 10
  minutes late to class without proper
  documentation.
Student Attendance

• Mrs. Roddey will generate all attendance
  letters. Teachers are responsible for
  keeping students informed about the
  number of absences they have.
• Be reminded that students will FAIL if they
  miss more than 3 days in a quarter class or
  6 days in a semester class.
Tardy Policy

• Allow reasonable latitude for tardies during
  the first week of school.
• The only excused tardy is a medical
  excuse or a late bus. Follow the tardy
  policy when writing referrals.
• Students entering late must have a pass
  from Mrs. Roddey or the office. Late
  students are to remain in class.
Alarm System and
                     Security
• Fire Drills
• Opening/closing of building
• Responsibilities for exterior classroom
  doors
• Entering the building after hours
• Crisis Management procedures will be
  distributed and drills will be held.
Sexual Harassment
                                       Policy
Sexual harassment of Chester County School District employees is prohibited. All employees, including
supervisory level employees and third parties associated with schools, must avoid any action or conduct
which could be viewed as sexual harassment. Teachers and school administrators are expected to use
judgment and common sense which are important elements of a proper response to a particular
allegation of sexual harassment or inappropriate conduct of a sexual nature.
Sexual harassment consists of unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal
or physical conduct of a sexual nature when the following circumstances occur.
      •Submission to such conduct is made either expressly or impliedly a condition of employment.
      •Submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as the basis for any
      employment decisions affecting the individual.
      •Such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with the employee‟s work
      performance or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive working environment.
Any employee who feels he/she has been subjected to sexual harassment is encouraged to file a
complaint in accordance with the administrative rule which accompanies this policy. All allegations will
be investigated promptly and confidentially. Employees who file a complaint of sexual harassment will
not be subject to retaliation or reprisal in any form. Any employee, including a supervisory level
employee, or third parties associated with schools, who is found to have engaged in sexual harassment
or inappropriate conduct of a sexual nature will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including
termination, and all other appropriate steps will be taken to correct or rectify the situation.
Adopted 9/3/91; Revised 1/27/97, 6/24/02
Teacher Dress

                Professional Dress Code

It is the responsibility of all district employees to serve as
   role models for students and present a positive,
   professional image in language, behavior and
   dress. In order to provide an atmosphere that
   enhances learning, prevents disruptions and sets an
   example for students, all employees should dress in a
   professional manner.

Refer to AR GBEB-R Staff Conduct – Board Policy
Lesson Plans/Objectives
                         and GBE

•   Every teacher is expected to complete lesson
    plans and turn them in to Mr. Edwards by
    Friday afternoon. We will check lesson plans.
    They must be available to observers that come
    into the classroom.
•   Place lesson objectives and standards on your
    board daily so that they may be viewed for the
    entire period.
•   We will continue the school-wide GBE goals
    related to literacy.
PROCEDURES/STRATEGIES/ACTIVITIES:
             CURRICULUM LEARNING OBJECTIVE (S):                                                                           ASSESSMENT
DAY                             Stated Indicators                                                                        (Circle days used)


                                                                                                              Teacher Observation        MTWTF
 MONDAY




                                                                                                              Oral & Written Responses M T W T F
                                                                                                              Workbook                   MTWTF
             Taxonomy Level:                                                                                  Practice Sheets            MTWTF
             Standard __ __ _                                                                                 Classroom Participation    MTWTF
                                                                                                              Special Project(s)         MTWTF
                                                                                                              Test (specify)___________________
 TUESDAY




                                                                                                              ___                          _____
                                                                                                              ___                ________________
                                                                                                              Other (specify)________        ___
             Taxonomy Level:
             Standard ____ _

                                                                                                                     Homework/Assignments
 WEDNESDAY




                                                                                                              Monday_______________________
                                                                                                              _______________________ ______
                                                                                                              _____________________________
                                                                                                              Tuesday_______________________
             Taxonomy Level:                                                                                  _________________________ ____
             Standard __ ___                                                                                  ______________________________
                                                                                                              Wednesday__                 _______
 THURSDAY




                                                                                                              ___________                     ___
                                                                                                              ______________________________
                                                                                                              Thursday______________________
                                                                                                              _____                             _
             Taxonomy Level:                                                                                  ________      _________________
             Standard ____ _                                                                                  Friday_                 __________
                                                                                                              ______________________________
                                                                                                              Remediation in content classes:
 FRIDAY




                                                                                                              W – __________________________
                                                                                                              ______________________________
                                                                                                              F - ___________________________
             Taxonomy Level:
             Standard ____ _
                                                                                                              ______________________________
             Relevancy (Why is this instruction relevant to   With respect to our school’s literacy           Small group activities (M T W Th F)
             students?)                                       objective, how are you incorporating literacy
                                                              skills into your lesson?
             Technology:                                      Writing/reading activities: (M T W Th F)        Large group activities (M T W Th F)
Gradebooks and
                   Confidentiality

• Grades are to be maintained in PowerSchool
  weekly.
• Parents have live access to your grades.
• Contact parents.
• Keep all student information confidential.
PowerSchool

Teacher Sign In

Username


Password




Copyright© 2005 - 2012 Pearson Education, Inc., or its affiliate(s). All rights reserved.
www.PearsonSchoolSystems.com
Procedures for Pod
                    Areas

The pods are for teachers only. Students are
 not to be allowed in the pod area for any
 reason.
Please make arrangements with another
  teacher for students to make up tests.
Students are not allowed in the teachers‟
  lounge or the mail room.
Guidance

Renee Witherspoon
Last names: 9th & 10th grade (A – F) / 11th &
             12th grade (A – G)
 Records
 Scholarships
 Resource liaison
 Registration
Guidance

Mary Bell
Last names: 9th & 10th grade (G-M)
             11th & 12th grade (H-O)
 Scheduling
 Records
 Scholarships
 Ed-op; registration
Guidance

Susan Kovas
Last names: 9th & 10th grade (N-Z)
              11th & 12th grade (P-Z)
 Transcripts
 Financial aide
 Records
 Scholarships
 Registration
 Assists with Testing
Discipline

 Mr. Edwards                A–K
 Mr. Williams               L–Z
Teachers are expected to work within their
department to handle minor discipline issues
instead of referring students to the office.
Information

• Employee Handbook – on district website under „Forms
  available for download‟
• Finance/Supplies – Mrs. Morrow
• Books – Mr. Williams/Mr. Edwards
• Office Staff – Mr. Williams
• Instructional TV – Dr. Conrath
• Special Equipment – Dr. Conrath
• Parking – Mrs. Bowles
• Classroom Furniture/Equipment – Mrs. Bowles
Information

• Athletics – Coach Campbell
• Morning/Lunch Duty – Mr. Edwards
• Copies – Mrs. Wood
• Forms to be turned in to Ms. Reid:
   1.   Handbook form
   2.   Network Acceptable Use Policy
   3.   Checklist
   4.   Red faculty information sheet
Cyclone Family


 Collaboration is the key to a
  successful family. Work
cooperatively to make this a
great “Cyclone Family” and a
   better “Cyclone Year”!!
Top Ten


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Teachers' first day

  • 1. Chester Cyclones Welcome to Chester Senior High School 2012-2013
  • 2. Administrative Staff Principal: Assistant Principals: Jeff Gardner Blanche Bowles D’Angelo Edwards Alfred Williams SRO: Wade Young
  • 3. Mission Statement Chester High School strives to create a safe and nurturing environment where students are encouraged to develop academic, social and emotional competencies. To this end, we are committed to developing creative, independent students who are prepared to contribute to local, national and global societies.
  • 4. New Faculty Ronald Cobb – Science Teacher Jamie Counterman – Math Teacher – Returning from Greenville Rebecca Cunningham – Special Needs – From Lewisville Middle School Patricia DuBose – Communities In Schools D’Angelo Edwards – Assistant Principal – From Chester Middle School Brittany Heath – JAG Teacher Col. Boyd Joye – JROTC Instructor Kayla Cousineu – Spanish Teacher Clayton Owens – Social Studies Teacher Shawn Reen – Social Studies Teacher – From Lewisville High School Name Changes • Ms. McKee is now Mrs. Roddey • Mrs. Reed is now Ms. Feaster
  • 5. Facilities Improvements • Drainage system improved. • Courtyard repaved Wednesday. • 10 new tables and new fence in courtyard. • New scoreboard. • New roof on the Career Center. • Gym floor sanded and refinished.
  • 6. Teacher Expectations • Work hours are 7:30 AM -3:30 PM • Be at your door to keep students moving • Make and document parent contacts • Students who leave your class must have a Red School Pass with the destination and time recorded.
  • 7. Teacher Expectations • Students must be supervised at all times. • Take attendance during the first 15 minutes of class. • All exterior windows and door windows must be clear. • Enforce all policies, in particular, food and drinks in the classroom, electronic devices and dress code.
  • 8. Changes • New Superintendent – New Vision – Top Ten School District in the State of South Carolina • Update Facilities for 21st Century Learning • Technology for all students (1 to 1 at the high school level) • Student achievement is the number 1 priority • Be loyal to the organization – administrators and each other • Open door policy • Collaborate
  • 9. Changes • Be respectful of one another, administrators, students, parents, and etc. • Be on time for work and meetings. • Respond promptly to all e-mails, phone calls, etc. • Chaperones’ criminal background checks will no longer be covered by Chester County School District - $25.00. • If you are arrested, you must report it to Shawn Clinkscales within 72 hours of the arrest.
  • 10. Changes • Sign the new network acceptable use policy form. • Change in student cell phone policy • Condensed dress code policy • Change in AP duties – see your handbook • B.L.A.S.T. Logo • Professional Learning Communities – PLCs • Lost Keys - $50 exterior doors, $25 interior doors • Field trips - limited, must be tied to standards, more scrutinized, protected field trips • Professional Development – Train the Trainer, will be responsible for sharing information with the staff
  • 11. NETWORK ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY Terms and Conditions of Use Employee Certification Form I have read and understand the school district's network acceptable use policy and administrative rule. I understand and will abide by the conditions and rules set forth therein. I further understand that violations of these conditions and rules are unethical and also may constitute a criminal offense. Should I commit any violation, my access privileges may be revoked, disciplinary action may be taken, and appropriate legal action may be instituted. I also agree to be responsible for any unauthorized costs incurred by my use of the network. Employee name (please print): ___________________________________________ Work location ________________________________________________________ Employee signature: ____________________________ Date: __________________ SCHOOL CONNECT The Chester County School District uses an automated phone contact system called School Connect. The system will be used to notify you of information such as school closings due to inclement weather and other important issues. We must have your current phone number in the system so that you will receive these important phone messages. Phone: ( ) . Area Code Phone Number The above listed number is a: 􀂅 Landline 􀂅 Wireless (cell phone) 􀂅 I do not wish to provide my phone number. I understand that I will not be notified by the School Connect system with messages and updates.
  • 12. CHS Student Cell Phone Policy Students may use their cell phones before and after school, during breaks, and at lunch. Students may NOT use their cell phones during class. Students caught using their phones during class will be written up and sent to the office with a referral. (Teachers will not ask for students to turn in phones.) Consequences: 1. 1st offense: 1 day OSS 2. 2nd offense: 3 days OSS 3. 3rd offense: 5 days OSS 4. Each additional offense will have a day of OSS added to the 5 days OSS *** STUDENTS THAT BRING PROHIBITED ITEMS TO SCHOOL, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CELL PHONES, I-PODS, OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES, ETC. WILL DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK. CHESTER HIGH SCHOOL ASSUMES NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY IF PROHIBITED ITEMS BECOME DAMAGED OR STOLEN.
  • 13. Chester High School Student Dress Code Chester High School students are expected to dress and be groomed in such a way as to not dis-tract or cause disruption in the edu-cational program or orderly operation of the school. Therefore, clothing deemed distracting, revealing, overly suggestive or otherwise disruptive shall not be permitted. No big chains, medallions, long beads, or necklaces. No gang affiliated attire of any kind. No hats, hoods, scarves or any other head covering are allowed in the building. School ad-ministrators will not be held liable for confiscated items. Proper shoes must be worn at all times. No shower shoes or bedroom slippers. Clothing must not be obscene, profane, lewd, vulgar, in-decent, or offensive. Generally, shorts and skirts should be fingertip length. However, judgment ultimately rests with the administration. Pants must be worn at the natural waistline and undergarments are not to be visible. No bagging, sagging, or dragging clothing. Shirts must be tucked in to the extent that belts or waistbands are clearly visible. Sleeveless attire cannot reveal un-dergarments. Tank tops, halter tops, shirts/dresses with spaghetti straps, and see-through gar-ments will not be allowed. Shirts [blouses] cannot be too tight, low-cut or show cleavage. Clothing must cover waist, shoul-ders and back with no skin show-ing between the top garment and bottom garment. No clothing that is excessively form-fitting (i.e. tights or spandex). No pajamas of any kind. No sunglasses may be worn inside the building. Neither parents, nor students will place the burden of enforcing the dress code solely on the school. The principal reserves the right to amend any provisions that he/she deems to be in the best interest of the student or the educational process.
  • 14. How did we get an F? 2012 - ESEA / Federal Accountability SystemKEY Index Score Grade Description 90-100 A Performance substantially exceeds the state's expectations. 80-89.9 B Performance exceeds the state's expectations. 70-79.9 C Performance meets the state's expectations. 60-69.9 D Performance does not meet the state's expectations. Less than 60 F Performance is substantially below the state's expectations. 2012 Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) English Language Arts (ELA) 223 HSAP Math 220 HSAP Science / Biology 76 EOC Social Studies / History 71 EOC Graduation 73.1 Chester High School Overall Grade Overall Grade Conversion F Points Total - High School Grades 48
  • 15. What are we going to do about it? • Data Wall First-Time IEP HSAP test takers or repeaters • Target At-Risk students using B.L.A.S.T. • Reduce suspension days – contact parents for return to school • More extensive classroom observations – Using District Classroom Mosaic model • Initiate a PLC • Teachers are expected to post and maintain assignments on the class webpages.
  • 16. Chester High School B.L.A.S.T. (Building Lasting Academic Success through Teaching)
  • 17. • PROFESSIONAL? “Every teacher is a leader; Every leader is a teacher.” • LEARNING? In a PLC School, learning applies as much to teachers, administrators, and parents as to students. Focus on instruction, curriculum and assessment. • COMMUNITY? Support Cooperation vs. competition Focus intensely on the mission, vision, goals, and values. Improvement of the whole vs. striving to get ahead individually. A sense of purpose all staff embraces and commits to. • It’s not all about me!
  • 18. Extra-Curricular Activities Attendance • There will be opportunities for club sponsorship. • Teachers are to sign up to attend Class Rep, Senior Awards Night, or Prom. • All teachers are required to attend Graduation.
  • 19. Athletics Teachers must sign up to help with one home athletic event.
  • 20. Procedures for Teacher Absences • Fill out a request for professional leave ten days in advance or personal leave a week in advance and give to Ms. Reid. • When approved, document with Kelly Services. • For illness, use Kelly Services online up until 6 AM. Call Kelly Services after 6 AM. • If you are absent, you must call your assigned principal. NO text messages. • Emergency Substitute plans are to be turned into Ms. Reid –within 10 days.
  • 21. Student Attendance • A student is considered absent if he/she misses more than half of the class period. • A student is considered to be cutting class if he/she arrives more than 10 minutes late to class without proper documentation.
  • 22. Student Attendance • Mrs. Roddey will generate all attendance letters. Teachers are responsible for keeping students informed about the number of absences they have. • Be reminded that students will FAIL if they miss more than 3 days in a quarter class or 6 days in a semester class.
  • 23. Tardy Policy • Allow reasonable latitude for tardies during the first week of school. • The only excused tardy is a medical excuse or a late bus. Follow the tardy policy when writing referrals. • Students entering late must have a pass from Mrs. Roddey or the office. Late students are to remain in class.
  • 24. Alarm System and Security • Fire Drills • Opening/closing of building • Responsibilities for exterior classroom doors • Entering the building after hours • Crisis Management procedures will be distributed and drills will be held.
  • 25. Sexual Harassment Policy Sexual harassment of Chester County School District employees is prohibited. All employees, including supervisory level employees and third parties associated with schools, must avoid any action or conduct which could be viewed as sexual harassment. Teachers and school administrators are expected to use judgment and common sense which are important elements of a proper response to a particular allegation of sexual harassment or inappropriate conduct of a sexual nature. Sexual harassment consists of unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when the following circumstances occur. •Submission to such conduct is made either expressly or impliedly a condition of employment. •Submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as the basis for any employment decisions affecting the individual. •Such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with the employee‟s work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive working environment. Any employee who feels he/she has been subjected to sexual harassment is encouraged to file a complaint in accordance with the administrative rule which accompanies this policy. All allegations will be investigated promptly and confidentially. Employees who file a complaint of sexual harassment will not be subject to retaliation or reprisal in any form. Any employee, including a supervisory level employee, or third parties associated with schools, who is found to have engaged in sexual harassment or inappropriate conduct of a sexual nature will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination, and all other appropriate steps will be taken to correct or rectify the situation. Adopted 9/3/91; Revised 1/27/97, 6/24/02
  • 26. Teacher Dress Professional Dress Code It is the responsibility of all district employees to serve as role models for students and present a positive, professional image in language, behavior and dress. In order to provide an atmosphere that enhances learning, prevents disruptions and sets an example for students, all employees should dress in a professional manner. Refer to AR GBEB-R Staff Conduct – Board Policy
  • 27. Lesson Plans/Objectives and GBE • Every teacher is expected to complete lesson plans and turn them in to Mr. Edwards by Friday afternoon. We will check lesson plans. They must be available to observers that come into the classroom. • Place lesson objectives and standards on your board daily so that they may be viewed for the entire period. • We will continue the school-wide GBE goals related to literacy.
  • 28. PROCEDURES/STRATEGIES/ACTIVITIES: CURRICULUM LEARNING OBJECTIVE (S): ASSESSMENT DAY Stated Indicators (Circle days used) Teacher Observation MTWTF MONDAY Oral & Written Responses M T W T F Workbook MTWTF Taxonomy Level: Practice Sheets MTWTF Standard __ __ _ Classroom Participation MTWTF Special Project(s) MTWTF Test (specify)___________________ TUESDAY ___ _____ ___ ________________ Other (specify)________ ___ Taxonomy Level: Standard ____ _ Homework/Assignments WEDNESDAY Monday_______________________ _______________________ ______ _____________________________ Tuesday_______________________ Taxonomy Level: _________________________ ____ Standard __ ___ ______________________________ Wednesday__ _______ THURSDAY ___________ ___ ______________________________ Thursday______________________ _____ _ Taxonomy Level: ________ _________________ Standard ____ _ Friday_ __________ ______________________________ Remediation in content classes: FRIDAY W – __________________________ ______________________________ F - ___________________________ Taxonomy Level: Standard ____ _ ______________________________ Relevancy (Why is this instruction relevant to With respect to our school’s literacy Small group activities (M T W Th F) students?) objective, how are you incorporating literacy skills into your lesson? Technology: Writing/reading activities: (M T W Th F) Large group activities (M T W Th F)
  • 29. Gradebooks and Confidentiality • Grades are to be maintained in PowerSchool weekly. • Parents have live access to your grades. • Contact parents. • Keep all student information confidential.
  • 30. PowerSchool Teacher Sign In Username Password Copyright© 2005 - 2012 Pearson Education, Inc., or its affiliate(s). All rights reserved. www.PearsonSchoolSystems.com
  • 31. Procedures for Pod Areas The pods are for teachers only. Students are not to be allowed in the pod area for any reason. Please make arrangements with another teacher for students to make up tests. Students are not allowed in the teachers‟ lounge or the mail room.
  • 32. Guidance Renee Witherspoon Last names: 9th & 10th grade (A – F) / 11th & 12th grade (A – G)  Records  Scholarships  Resource liaison  Registration
  • 33. Guidance Mary Bell Last names: 9th & 10th grade (G-M) 11th & 12th grade (H-O)  Scheduling  Records  Scholarships  Ed-op; registration
  • 34. Guidance Susan Kovas Last names: 9th & 10th grade (N-Z) 11th & 12th grade (P-Z)  Transcripts  Financial aide  Records  Scholarships  Registration  Assists with Testing
  • 35. Discipline Mr. Edwards A–K Mr. Williams L–Z Teachers are expected to work within their department to handle minor discipline issues instead of referring students to the office.
  • 36. Information • Employee Handbook – on district website under „Forms available for download‟ • Finance/Supplies – Mrs. Morrow • Books – Mr. Williams/Mr. Edwards • Office Staff – Mr. Williams • Instructional TV – Dr. Conrath • Special Equipment – Dr. Conrath • Parking – Mrs. Bowles • Classroom Furniture/Equipment – Mrs. Bowles
  • 37. Information • Athletics – Coach Campbell • Morning/Lunch Duty – Mr. Edwards • Copies – Mrs. Wood • Forms to be turned in to Ms. Reid: 1. Handbook form 2. Network Acceptable Use Policy 3. Checklist 4. Red faculty information sheet
  • 38. Cyclone Family Collaboration is the key to a successful family. Work cooperatively to make this a great “Cyclone Family” and a better “Cyclone Year”!!