Monitoring progress of our students and recording data for each student is a mainstay of our school. Each student is monitored using the following criteria for expected behavior and academics during each individual period of the day. Student data is compiled at the end of each day through a collaborative effort between teachers and paraprofessionals. Students seeking the opportunity to transition back to their district schools must meet a certain set of criteria based on this data.
Safe Students: A safe student is not a danger to themselves, others or property.
Completes Tasks: Completes tasks means that all activities, lessons and requests from staff are done in an appropriate and timely manner. Examples of this would be participating in a lesson or completing work and homework.
Ownership: When one "owns" their behavior, they recognize that their behavior has an effect on others. When one is asked to correct their behavior, one should do their best to change what it is they are doing and not argue about it. If one did something wrong, apologize and work on being better and letting go.
Respect: A respectful student is willing to show consideration. Respect is an attitude. Being respectful helps one succeed in life. If children don't have respect for peers, authority or themselves, it is impossible for them to succeed.
Electronics/Dress code/Toys: Students who SCORE arrive at school on time and in dress code. They do not bring electronics (toys) to school. If they do accidentally bring them to school, they turn them in to a staff member and at dismissal receive them back. In the event that they are found later in the day, the administration holds them until a parent or guardian comes in to get them.