Good discipline originates in the home. Parents are the first teachers of their children and need to help them to develop good habits and behavior.
Parents need to:
- recognize that the teacher takes the place of the parent while the child is in school.
- recognize that the teacher and parents are partners in the education of the child and COOPERATION is necessary.
- teach the child respect for authority.
- make sure that the child comes to school EVERY DAY.
- make sure that the child is prepared for school and learning with all supplies including completed homework and assignments.
- show an active interest in the progress of the child.
- pick up the child on time or pay an afterschool charge.
- call the office by 9 A.M. if the child is absent and submit an absent note the day the child returns to school.
- notify the school in the event that there is a change in the person picking up the child.
For anyone to learn, it is necessary to maintain a quiet and respectful atmosphere. There must be silence in the halls and on stairs. You are to enter the school each morning in a quiet and orderly manner; enter your classroom and prepare for learning.
Students need to:
- Proper behavior is expected of all students.
- Be respectful, cooperative, and courteous towards all persons at all times.
- Not run, play rough, play ball, shout while in the Play Street.
- Wear the required uniform AT ALL TIMES, unless using a NUT card or a Dress Down Day has been declared by the Principal.
- Be prepared for classes each and every day. Homework, projects, and/or assignments must be given in on time.
- Students are not permitted to use any electronic devices including cell phones during the school day. Any child caught using these devices will have it taken away. A parent/guardian must then come to school to pick it up.