Presentation on theme: "Seventh and Eighth Grade Meet The Teacher Night August 27, 2008"— Presentation transcript:
1Seventh and Eighth Grade Meet The Teacher Night August 27, 2008
2Administrative Staff Principal-Mr. Jim Comegys Assistant Principal - Dr. Laura TroxellGuidance Staff6th/ 7th Red Grade Altamese Burbage7th Blue / 8th Grade Lisa DonaldsonSecretariesJen Adams and Nancy Lopez-PowellInterventionistKaren Burgess and Janice JohnsonEducational Diagnostician-Wendy JohnsSchool Psychologist-Maria LocuniakNurses- Loretta Newsom and Kelly Garrity
4Understanding the Building: Keeping the grades separate
5Communication Phone Calls Meetings Website: www.agwaters.org Alert Now Home Access CenterVoice Mail–CautionConferences
6Waters Procedures: Late Arrivals, early dismissals Parent Drop OFF/ Pick UpAbsencesCode of Conduct ChangesElectronic Devices – lost or stolen itemsCode of conduct reviewedPhoto ID’s Worn – picture day
9Related ArtsStudents are assigned a variety of Related Arts Courses based on student needs, availability, and desire to participate in courses such as band or chorus.During a trimester a student would have 3 related arts scheduled, but only attend 2 per day.
10For example A student might have Art, Agriculture and Band. A-Day B-DayC-DayMondayTuesdayWednesdayArtBandAgriculture
11Dress Code:The school requires students to dress appropriately for school and extracurricular activities. The school does not permit clothing, shoes, or jewelry – or articles worn as such – that are distracting, hinder the educational process, are a safety issue, or are inappropriate.No Headwear of any typeOuterwear is not permitted while in the building.Shorts and skirts are acceptable attire; however, the length must not be more than 3 inches above the knee.
12Dress CodeShirts must have sleeves, must cover the waist, and will not be low cut or see-through.Footwear must be worn at all times. Flip flops, sandals, open-toed shoes, and bedroom slippers are not permittedClothing must be worn as intended Pants must be worn properly and are to be pulled up and secured at the waist.Undergarments are not to be visible.Shirts must be worn as intended.Pajamas are not permittedStudents may not wear lewd, suggestive, or excessively tight clothing, clothing with writing on the backside, spiked jewelry or long chains.