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Princeton High School Sustainability Plan. Aug 26 – September 27  Monday: Academics & Communications  Tuesday: Policies  Wednesday: Expectations 

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1 Princeton High School Sustainability Plan

2 Aug 26 – September 27  Monday: Academics & Communications  Tuesday: Policies  Wednesday: Expectations  Thursday: Self-Discipline  Friday: Incentives

3 Academics & Communications Mondays

4 Digital Accounts ProgressBook  Can be accessed via the mobile app  Students must create their own account with REGISTRATION KEY.  Once created, the school no longer has access.  Students should be checking daily / weekly.  Grades should be updated every 2 weeks.  Students are expected to take charge of monitoring your academic progress in each class. Viking Mail  Can be accessed via the mobile app.  All students have been provided an account.  Students are encouraged to teachers on a regular basis.  Will be used to digitally store files and presentations in the cloud, as there are no student digital storage files on the school’s network.

5 Academic Planning Polaris   Can be accessed via the mobile app  All courses, descriptions, prerequisites, etc.  All academic forms and documents available. Viking Future  ess.com ess.com  Can be accessed via the mobile app – the college & career twitter feed  Marketing of College & Career Process  Key Dates  Financial Aide and Scholarship Information

6 Mobile App  “Princeton Vikings” Mobile App  Free & Easy to Acquire  Available on the Apple & Android Markets  News Updates, Schedules, Policies, etc.  Calendars, Teacher Contact Info, Sports Sores  Pictures & Links to key websites  Instructions for download: 

7 Policies Tuesdays

8 Dress Code Basics  No Leggings, Jeggings, Spandex, Yoga Pants  Appropriate covering of the appropriate length  Dresses & Skirts  Appropriate Length  Holes or Rips in Jeans  No Holes or Rips in any garment

9 Pants  Jeans and other pants may NOT have rips, tears or holes. This includes wearing spandex or leggings underneath of the jeans to cover up the skin. No skin should be revealed.  Spandex, leggings or jeggings cannot be worn unless they are accompanied by a skirt, shorts or dress of the appropriate length.

10 Skirts, Dresses, Shorts, Skorts  Skirts that are of spandex material may be worn as long as it is at the KNEE or BELOW.  Skirts and dresses must be within 3-inches of the bend in the back of the knee. This can best be determined by using a 3 x 5 inch index card, and holding it against the bend in the back of the knee.  Shorts and skorts must be within 5-inches of the bend in the back of the knee.

11 ID Badges  Needs to be on a Princeton issued Lanyard  Must be worn visibly around the student’s neck  Not to be carried or in bag/purse  Needed at all times  Consequences are same as Dress Code

12 Electronic Devices  NO earbuds in the hallways  Acceptable Usage Times:  Before School  Lunch (only in café, not in hallways)  After School  During Lessons as directed by any staff member.

13 Expectations Wednesdays

14 SLANT  S it up straight  L ean forward & listen  A nswer & A sk questions  N ote key information; N od in agreement/disagreement  T rack the speaker

15 Engagement & Homework  100% Engagement:  Students will be attentive and interactive throughout the entire length of the lesson  Both teachers & students will work from the beginning of the bell until the end of the bell.  Homework:  Increases student achievement  Reinforces what is taught in the classroom  Supports classroom learning  Assigned 2-4 nights a week  Up to 30 minutes in length

16 Voice Levels  Level 0: Silent  When classroom instruction is taking place  Level 1: 12 Inch Voices  During hallway conversations  Level 2: Presentation Voice  Asking a question during class  Presentations  Group Work

17 Hierarchy of Discipline Thursdays

18 Hierarchy of Discipline 1. Step One : Warning 2. Step Two : Time Out 3. Step Three : Tuesday or Thursday detention 4. Step Four : Office Referral

19 Tier 2 & 3 Offenses  Offenses that are handled with immediate removal from PHS:  Weapons  Near Fight or Fight  Sexual Harassment  Bullying  Theft  Chronic Behavior Problems

20 Incentive Plans Fridays

21 Teacher / Classroom  Individual Classroom:  Teacher directed incentives for the classroom (individual teacher)  All students should be provided the opportunity to earn incentives in every class.  Can be offered to the individual student, and also offered to the entire class.

22 School Wide Incentives -Attendance:  Perfect Attendance 1 st Quarter = 24/7 Certificate  Perfect Attendance 2 nd Quarter = 24/7 Lanyard PIN -A-B Honor Roll:  A-B Honor Roll 1 st Quarter = Viking Scholar Certificate  A-B Honor Roll 2 nd Quarter = Viking Scholar Pin for Lanyard -Referrals:  Zero Referrals for 1 st Quarter = Leadership Certificate  Zero Referrals for 2 nd Quarter = #Leadership Pin for Lanyard Trifecta 1 st Quarter: Cook-out & Field Day Trifecta 2 nd Quarter: Matthews Movie Day


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