Presentation on theme: "Jaguar Jubilee Parent Orientation"— Presentation transcript:
1Jaguar Jubilee Parent Orientation Guion Creek Middle SchoolWelcome !
2Administrative Team Mrs. Maggie Hernandez Bishop- Principal Mrs. Kathy Hyduk – Assistant PrincipalMr. Cy Johnson – Assistant PrincipalMr. Quentin Hunter – Athletic DirectorMr. Shine– Resource Officer/Campus MonitorGuidance DepartmentMrs. Amy White– Counselor ()Ms. Qiana Miller – Counselor ()
3Agenda Important Dates The Class Schedule Sample Schedule Bell ScheduleSkywardDress CodeTardy PolicyPrograms/ActivitiesSchool Resources
4Important Dates August 13th – First day of school August 22nd – Picture DayAugust 28th – Back to School NightSeptember 25th – Parent-Teacher ConferencesSeptember 13 – Progress reports…..
56th grade Student CLASSES The Student Schedule is based on a 8 period day rotation with 7 class periods per day. For Example: 6th Grade Curriculum includes: Language Arts Related Arts: Directed Studies Math Choir Science Band Reading Orchestra Social Studies P.E./Wellness
7Skyward Type http://skyward.pike.k12.in.us into your internet browser. Log into Skyward using the username and password provided by the district.If you do not have a username and password contact the school office at
8Dress Code expectations/policy Shirts Color - any SOLID Style - Polo-style (no logos); Worn - Tucked in and buttoned at all timesUndershirts Color - any SOLID (no visible printing) Style - long or short sleeved (no printing on sleeves) Worn - tucked in at all times, under appropriate shirt; Crew neck or V-neck No visible camisoles or other attire considered "underwear" by administrationShoes Style - Any closed-toe shoe; Closed-heel or strap-heel; NO flip-flopsSocks, Stockings, Tights, Hose Color - Any solid colorPants, Walking-Shorts, Skirts, Capris, Skorts, Jumpers: Color:Khaki (tan) Navy Blue Black StylePleated or flat front Cargo, Dickie, or Docker style; must be wide (NO SKINNY LEG-style) NO JEANS OR DENIM; Worn pulled up on the waistline. Pants must be worn Loose at bottom (NO banding, tucking, rolling, with or without rubber bands or strings) Shorts, Skirts, Skorts, Jumpers must be worn No more than 2 inches above the knee Belt Style - any appropriate leather or cloth; Worn - Visible and fastened at all times; Buckle MUST be a standard size and non-ornamentalSweaters, Sweatshirts Color - any solid Style Hoodless Crewneck Button down Waist length Solid vest – front and back; Worn - over an approved shirt with collar visible
9COMMUNICATION METHODS Use the agenda book to track assignments.Contact the teacher by or by phone.Know the dates for progress/report cards.Fall & Spring Parent/Teacher Conferences.Visit the School—Attend Back-to-School NightRequest a conference with teachers.Periodically check progress on Skyward.
10Tardy Policy 1 – 2 Warning 3 Phone call home to parent 4 ½ hour after-school detention 4p - 4:30p6 2hr after-school detention 4p - 6p8 Saturday School (on schedule 8a - 11a)10 Parent Conference (student in ISS until conf. held)12 One-day Pike Support Academy (8a - 4:30p)14 Three-day Pike Support Academy assignment16 Parent Conference (student in ISS until conf. held)18 One-day Out-of-School Suspension
12After-school Activities & Clubs WJAGSisters to SistersAcademic TeamsStudent CouncilMulticultural ScholarsNational Junior Honor SocietyLa Plaza Mother/Daughter ClubReaders are Winners ClubAthleticsTutoringJazz Band, Honors Choir and Honors Orchestra
13School Resources Social Worker Cummins Behavorial Health Interpreter/Language Translation supportChartwells Food Service/Free-Reduced applicationSchool CounselorsSchool NurseAttendance Secretary/RegistrarLobby Hostess (Use of Lobby Guard)School Treasurer-Book RentalAthletic DirectorAthletic Trainer
14VIP Very Important Parent (VIP a.k.a. PTA) Parent Volunteers (e.g. bookstore, assist teachers, read to students)
156TH Grade athletics Cross-Country Tennis Wrestling Swimming Track IntramuralsAll athletes must have a physical and concussion forms on file
16STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY Prepare for class with supplies and materials.Agenda-to record assignments and hall passes.Know due dates for classwork and homework.Punctuality-On time arrival for class.Absences-Complete makeup work.Participate actively and positively in class.Choose friends wiselyLockers-Your combination is for you/no one else
17STANDARDIZED TESTING SCHEDULE ISTEP+ Open-ended Part 1- March Multiple-choice Part 2- April 28 - May 9 Acuity Predictive A (LA/M) Sept. 23-Oct. 4 Predictive B (LA/M) Nov. 25-Dec. 10 Predictive B (Sci./Soc. St) (6-7) Dec Predictive C (Sci./Soc. St) (6-7) Feb Predictive C (LA/M) Feb LAS Links Jan Feb. 28 High Ability Oct (new students 6-7) Jan. 21 – 31 (all 6-7)
18We are so glad that you are here; We look forward to a great year! Welcome to Guion!We are so glad that you are here; We look forward to a great year!See you back on Tuesday, August 13, 2013!