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1 Advancement Via Individual Determination

2 Prepare all students for success in collegecareer college and career

3 1. Organizational skills 2. Writing and Research Academic Standards 3. High Academic Standards University Experience 4. Students about the University Experience

4 Mr. Seth Davis Campus Mentor Mrs. Anna Amaro School Counselor Dr. Jesus Luna Data & Instructional Coach

5 Dr. Ursula Reveles Principal Mr. Romero Assistant Principal

6 Mon/ Wed/Thurs/Fri. 7:45 Campus Opens 8:12 Bell Rings 8:15 Students in Class 2:15 Dismissal Tuesdays 7:45 Campus Opens 8:12 Bell Rings 8:15 Students in Class 1:00 1:00 Dismissal

7 1) Arrive with backpack open at gate. 2) Administrative Team Reviews Backpack and confirms that each student has their agenda and binder. 3) Students with messy binders will report to the binder triage area. 4) No binder = loaner and infraction 5) Students are also reviewed for dress code

8 Respect - wear appropriate clothing Responsibility - wear clothing that allows you and others to concentrate on learning Relationships - wear clothing that is a positive reflection of yourself Results - all students can focus on academics

9 Clothing or personal belongings with pictures and/or messages that infer or promote: Alcohol Tobacco Drugs Violence racism Sex death

10 Shirts/Blouses/Tops: NO low-cut tops, halter tops, spaghetti straps, bare midriffs, or inappropriate designs and/or messages on shirts, regardless of cover-up garments. Showing undergarments or cleavage is unacceptable. Bra straps must always be covered. Tops are considered too low-cut if they are more than 4 fingers below the collar bone. Shorts/Skirts/Dresses: Shorts must have a minimum 3 inch inseam and be in good repair. No fraying. Skirts and dresses must be mid-thigh in length. Tank Tops: Not allowed. All shirts must have a sleeve. Shoes: No sandals, thongs, flip-flops, open-toed, backless shoes.

11 Wearing legging, tights, or hosiery underneath will NOT make this clothing appropriate.

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13 Shirts: NO inappropriate designs and/or messages on shirts, regardless of cover-up garments. Pants/Shorts: No sagging, extremely baggy pants, or extremely low-rise pants. Sweaters/Jackets: No oversized clothing allowed. Hoods may NOT be worn in class. Tank Tops: Not allowed. All shirts must have a sleeve. Shoes: No sandals, thongs, flip-flops, backless shoes.

14 Sagging pants below the hips or that expose undergarments, boxers, or shorts

15 Pants/shorts that hang on the hips and do not sag.

16 Appropriate length

17 Professionals in Training

18 No hats unless you have a doctors note that states you need it for medical reasons. Hats/Caps can be worn as sun-protective gear outside of class with a doctor s note. Hats must be: Plain solid black, white or yellow or Serrano logo only Worn with the bill facing forward/straight Removed upon entering all buildings Knit Caps/Beanies may be worn outdoors during colder months, but must be removed in all buildings Hats

19 Gum chewing is not permitted anywhere on the school grounds

20 1) May not be used on school property 2) School is not responsible for loss or damage of these items 3) Helmet is required at all times 4) Privilege can be revoked at any time

21 ACCEPTABLE USE Cell phones must be off during the school day. From the first bell the last bell they are not to be used. Absolutely No texting or calling during class School Officials have the right to review the contents at any time if you are involved in any type of discipline, or if another student reports that you have been using the cell phone inappropriately. Cell phones

22 First Offense: Report to Discipline Room; Parents contacted warning issued and noted Second Offense: Phone confiscated until parents arrive to meet with an administrator; violation noted Third Offense: Phone confiscated, returned to parents; you will not be allowed to be in possession of a cell phone while on the school grounds for the remainder of the school year. We are young scholars who are here to learn and we cannot be distracted by cell phones Consequences

23 Learning Environment Greet your teachers Good morning, Mrs. Yeh Good afternoon Mr. Holton Use your Level 2 Voice Use appropriate language at all times. Follow Serrano rules. No gum chewing! No Exceptions! Permanent Markers of any kind are not allowed Behavior Expectations

24 Maintain 97% (180 days of school you can miss up to 5 days) Doctor appointments – afterschool Dentist Appointments – afterschool Optometrist (eye) Appointments – afterschool Two minute passing periods- arriving late to class will not be tolerated. If you are late to class, you must go to the back office for a tardy excuse. Attendance

25 If you are late you must report to the attendance office to get a tardy slip. If you are absent please clear your absence with Ms. Patty in the attendance office. Tardies/Absences

26 30 min. late to school is considered truant 3 or more in one year is classification for habitual truancy Citations can be issued for Truancy Truancies

27 Your time to enjoy, so respect it. Line up in the appropriate line (outside or inside) 30 minutes – use it wisely (restroom) Place your trash in the trash can. Enjoy this time with your friends. Raise your hand to be dismissed. Listen to all adults on campus.

28 No running to the MPR (hallways breezeway) No Student Zone: The grass field, beyond the benches, is off limits to students. No student should be found beyond this point.

29 ALLOWEDNOT ALLOWED Allowed MPR Lunch Tables White top Class if you have a note from your teacher Not Allowed 1. Breezeway 2. Quad 3. North of the storage containers 4. By the portables 5. In hallways Where are students allowed during lunch break? period????

30 The California law states that all students are responsible to the school for their behavior while they are: 1. on their way to school in the morning and while they are 2. their way home from school in the afternoon. If you violate any school rule during this time, you will receive school consequences accordingly. California Education Code

31 Zero tolerance-Minimum three day suspension If you fight and you can receive a citation from the Montclair Police Department Arrest Fighting/Bullying

32 If you need assistance please tell an adult (teacher or support team). Dont let it escalate Dont hold grudges Dont let it brew… Be patient.. If you need help, tell an adult.

33 Profanity Defiance Bullying Tagging/ tagging paraphernalia Sexual Harassment Dress code violation Drugs/ drug paraphernalia Weapons (guns/knives) Explosive Devices Dangerous Objects Zero Tolerance Policy

34 ASB activities – Dance VIP lounge (gaming system) Student of the Month Most Improved Student of the Month Renaissance Rally CST – COUNT DOWN. Other incentives to come…

35 I have attended and understand the items in the discipline power point. I will be on time every day, be ready to learn and be a stellar Spartan! Signature:____________ Student Acknowledgment


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