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1 FHS SMART lunch

2 S tudents M aximizing A chievement with R esources and T ime

3 Fayetteville High School Bell Schedule S.M.A.R.T. Lunch (Students Maximizing Achievement with Resources and Time)

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5 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS ACE/QUIZ BOWL, KNOWLEDGE MASTER Sponsor: David A. Young Meetings: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays ACE is the Academic Competition in Education. This club is involved in three different competitions. Participants practice and then compete in contests throughout the year. Quiz Bowl is the State’s effort in promoting academics, and KMO is the Knowledge Master Open held in December and April. All are welcome, some will compete. ART CLUB Sponsor: Diane Adams Meetings: 4th Mondays The art club gives an outlet for artistic expression and talents. The art club works with other groups, the school and community to complete and promote art-based tasks. A GUIDE TO PROGRAMS, ORGANIZATIONS, AND CLUBS Each Advisor will get a copy of the book. It will also be on the SLC Toolkit and FHS web-site

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7 Monday-Thursday Pool/League Play Free Play on Friday

8 SMART LUNCH Students Maximizing Achievement with Resources and Time Priority TGS Days: During “A” Lunch Shift Settles conflicts for teacher/student Documented and assigned at your discretion Required and starts a paper trail

9 White/StudentYellow/OfficePink/Teacher

10 SMART LUNCH Students Maximizing Achievement with Resources and Time Fill out MSH fom and forward to attendance office. Office personnel will enter an “M” in the attendance portion of the grade book which will generate a parent phone call. The “M” will remain until the teacher marks a “C” in the attendance/grade book documenting that missing/incomplete work has been completed. It is very important that the teacher update the grade book as this is the list office personnel will pull daily and expect to attend MSH. Should the student skip MSH, the principal will become involved.

11 White/StudentYellow/OfficePink/Teacher

12 SMART LUNCH Students Maximizing Achievement with Resources and Time If a detention is assigned for behavior we will use the same SMART lunch destination form.

13 White/StudentYellow/OfficePink/Teacher

14 Fayetteville High School Bell Schedule S.M.A.R.T. Lunch (Students Maximizing Achievement with Resources and Time)  TGS  10 th grade MSH  Detention  Intramurals  Clubs  11 th and 12 th MSH  Anyone who hasn’t eaten SMART LUNCH LUNCH “B ” “A”

15 Why do I need an ID? All Seniors and Juniors will have access to the cafeteria the first ½ of lunch “A”. Don’t forget your ID or back to the end of the line you go! All Sophomores, clubs, intramurals, TGS, or MSH will have access to the cafeteria the last ½ of lunch “B” (Don’t forget that ID!)

16 Advisory teachers will distribute ID’s on FIRST Day SLC is indicated on Colored strip Red = 12th Blue = 11th Green = 10th Barcode is their student ID #

17 What if a student doesn’t have an ID?? Send to Mr. Smith’s office: Seniors, Monday August, 20, 2012 (1st day of school) Juniors, Tuesday August, 21, 2012 (2nd day of school) Sophomores, Wednesday August 22, 2012 (3rd day of school)

18 may go Off-Campus Must exit the building via the North Bulldog Lobby. A resource officer or administrator will be looking for the seal. Senior Advisory teachers will put FHS tamper-resistant seals (stickers) on top left corner of ID’s ONLY IF THEY TURN IN THE PERMISSION SLIP Seniors Forms were mailed home….extra copies available in attendance office

19 Seniors who haven’t turned in parent permission form to advisor Seniors who didn’t pass EOCs (Geometry, Biology, or Literacy) OR have not finished remediation. Seniors who are assigned to teacher guided study or mandatory study hall Seniors who have lost privileges Seniors who have been booted for parking violations (In many cases, suspension of privileges will be temporary) may go Off-Campus Some Seniors NOT

20 How Seniors can LOSE Open Campus Privilege: Assignment to ISS or OSS ISS will revoke off-campus lunch privileges for the duration of the in-school suspension PLUS one month. OSS will revoke off-campus lunch privileges for the duration of the out-of- school suspension PLUS nine weeks. Excessive absences: If a student has missed eight periods of one or more classes, the student is subject to the loss of off-campus lunch privileges for the remainder of the grading period. Students can ask for a review in the case that a long-term illness exist. Tardies: If a student is tardy 5 times, the student is subject to the loss of off-campus lunch privileges for the remainder of the grading period.

21 Transporting of a student off-campus who does not have off-campus lunch privileges (senior, junior, or sophomore). This may result in a loss of off-campus privileges for nine weeks. Booted parking violations will result in loss of privilege of one month. Outstanding fines or fees will result in the loss of privilege until it is reconciled.

22 What do kids do when it’s not their lunch period or they bring their lunch? Go to the Auxiliary Gym or outdoor Phase I steps to eat, socialize, or participate in intramural activities. (This will be supervised by a teacher) Go back into the hallways as they do now to eat their lunch or receive help from teachers. Students will be allowed to take food from the cafeteria. We will continue to work on getting trash cans in the best places. Go to the Library or Computer Lab (Media Specialist will supervise these areas as they do now) Go to the North Green Area between the Bulldog Lobby Entrance and the current faculty parking lot. No going into the parking lot! (This will be supervised by a teacher)

23 What will supervision look like?  Cafeteria: An Assistant Principal Coach  10 duty teachers will man the 5 stations in 30 minute intervals so they have 30 minutes of duty free lunch. – One teacher Auxiliary Gym and Phase 1 Outdoor steps – Three teacher’s Hallways or Classrooms – One teacher Green Area in the front Note: Duty schedule will be released later in the week. Administrators and MSH teachers will provide additional support the first several weeks at the duty stations. – Students will only be allowed in these areas. – Students should only exit the building from the Bulldog Lobby Radios will be provided and can be picked up in the following places: – Auxiliary duty = Phase I administration office – All other duty = Current attendance office

24 September 2012SLC, Department, Committee and SMART Lunch Duty Supervision: MWF: T, TH_____ 1 : Aux Gym & Surr Area 2 : Hall,1st Floor A= 12:05-12:30 A= 12:19-12:44 3 Hall, 2 nd Floor 4 : Hall, 3 rd Floor B= 12:30=1:00 B= 12:44-1:09 5 : North Courtyard

25 FHS Webpage will have a tab that will be dedicated to SMART Lunch for students and parents. This will be launched by the first day of school. fayar: SLC Tools For More Information


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