Agenda for Monday, August 6th • Advisory 7:30-11:06 • LUNCH 11:06-11:36 • 1* 11:43-11:57 • 2* 12:01-12:15 • 3* 12:19-12:33 • 4* 12:37-12:51 • 5* 12:55-1:09 • 6* 1:13-1:27 • 7* 1:31-1:45 • 0 1:49-1:55 RELEASE STUDENTS EARLY FOR BUSSES!!
Advisory Schedule • Introductions • Team builders • Rules, Procedures, Routines • Schedule • S.T.R.I.K.E. • School Tour* • Lockers
Rules, Procedures, Routines I.D. badge must be worn at ALL TIMES • Allows you to check out books from library and have lunch • If you don’t have your I.D. badge at lunch, you will be asked to move to the back of the line
Planner • Name on cover page • Name on signature page • Mission statement • S.T.R.I.K.E. matrix
Strike Matrix • Across the top: behavioral expectations • Down the left: places to exhibit good behavior • What does it look like to follow the STRIKE Matrix? Diamondback Dailies
STRENGTH • S: Strength – we have self-confidence and determination to succeed
TOLERANCE • T:Tolerance – we respect others and accept differences
RESPONSIBILITY • R: Responsibility – we own our actions, decisions, and their outcomes
INTEGRITY • I: Integrity – we do the right thing, even when no one else is watching
KNOWLEDGE • K:Knowledge – we are active participants in our education
EMPATHY • E: Empathy – we seek to understand the feelings of others
Cell Phone/Handheld Device Policy With FREEDOM comes RESPONSIBILITY • NO phones or handheld devices should be seen in the building BEFORE 2:00 pm! Keep them in your locker! • You will receive ONE warning if caught with your phone/device, on or off, in your hand. • After the SECOND time, your phone/device will be taken and you must remember to get if after school! • The THIRD time results in a MINOR referral and the phone/device must be picked up by a parent/guardian from the office between 7:00 am and 3:00 pm! • If this is an ongoing problem, your phone/device will automatically be sent to the office for parent/guardian pick-up and a MAJOR referral issued! • If there is an emergency that requires a phone, talk to your teacher or go to the office!
Lockers • If you can, practice opening a combination lock at home. The more you can practice with this type of lock, the easier opening your locker at school will be. • Keep your locker combination to yourself! Don’t give it to anyone but your advisory teacher.
Lockers • Some locks are tricky. You may find you have to tug harder, lean on your locker a bit, or jiggle the latch to coax it open. • If nothing works, ask for help.
Lockers • Memorize your combination. If you choose to write it down, write it someplace safe or hidden. Also, don't write your combination in the same place as your locker number. • NEVER SHARE YOUR LOCKER COMBINATION WITH OTHERS!
Lockers • When you're done getting your books or anything you need out, close the locker shut & turn it to zero to begin clearing it. But stop after you have turned it 2 or 3 times. It saves time. • By clearing your locker instead of leaving it on the last number, it prevents other people from opening it.
Lockers – How-To Video • How To Open a Locker #1 • Locker Video #2 • Handout • Tips • Let’s Practice!
Planner—continued • Student Behavior Management Process • Positive Reinforcement • Dress Code
Planner—continued • Calendar • Schedules • Success tips
Using your Planner • Pass Log: How to write a pass • Date • Time out (write the time you’re leaving) • **You will not be allowed to leave unless the “time out” portion is filled out with the correct time. • Time in (write the time you’re returning) • Destination (where are you going?) • Teacher (take to the teacher for signature of approval) • Be as quick as you can!