Student Expectations

Students' Steps to Achieve Success


Classroom Organization & Management

    • Have appropriate materials for each class daily.
    • Keep an organized and up to date notebook.
    • Label all assignments with your full name and date.
    • Write your homework assignments in your agenda notebook daily.


Personal Responsibility

    • Follow the school wide expectations daily: Respect Yourself, Respect Others and Respect and Take Care of Our School.
    • Keep all electronics/cellular phones out of sight and muted. Electronics/cellular phones will be confiscated if students choose to use them or if they are seen or heard by staff members.
    • Check with teachers for make-up assignments. Make-up work is the student's responsibility.
    • Keep candy, gum or soda out of the building. Such items will be confiscated and/or discarded.
    • Take responsibility for keeping our school beautiful by not damaging or writing on school property.
    • Keep classrooms, halls, and grounds free from trash. Use the trash cans in and around the building.


Study Skills

    • Select a regular place, free from distraction, for study at home.
    • Use school or city after school homework services to help you.
    • Use your daily agenda.


Time Management

    • Walk into class and quietly be seated while you prepare yourself and your work area for the day.
    • Participate in class activities and complete classroom assignments.
    • Complete homework assignments. Homework is an important part of your learning and helps build a strong work ethic.
    • Set aside time each day for study and homework.


Agendas - It is required that each student in grades 1st through 8th use an agenda book while PreK3, PreK4 and Kindergarten receive a handbook rules handler printed on heavy stock for maximum durability. Both the agenda and the handbook handler are to be used for the following:

    • Record student's class work and homework assignments in academic and Specials classes each day.
    • Provide an effective and regular means of communication between home and school.
    • Monitor the student's own progress.

*It is the responsibility of every student to have this notebook agenda at all times. Parents should review the agenda daily as a way to keep informed about important information regarding their child. If the agenda or handbook rules handler is lost, you will be required to buy another for $5.00.