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  1. J EFFERS N H S IGH CHOOL 2014 – 2015

  2. Welcome Back andWelcome Aboard! 2014-2015 School Year Fiscal Year 2015 Students Return August 18 Graduation Tentatively May 29 Last Day for Students June 9 (DoW)

  3. What’s New in 2014-2015? • New Principal • New Office Layout • New Staff • New E-mail Addresses • New Logos/Letterhead/Artwork • New Expectations • All we ask is that you . . .

  4. Don’t Judge Too Quickly!!

  5. J EFFERS N A O H S IGH CHOOL R R JHS COUGARS

  6. What’s New in 2014-2015? New Principal Mr. Kenneth (Kenny) Garvey Army Veteran – 313th Military Intelligence Bn; 82nd Airborne Div. BS Mathematics – Mary Washington College; MS Computer Sci. – Hood College Secondary School Leadership – Hood College 27 years in Frederick County, MD 18 years classroom teacher (Math, Com. Sci., Spanish) – TJ High 9 years Assistant Principal – Linganore High/Frederick High 2 years Co-Principal of Instruction – Dover High, Dover DE

  7. Office Reorganization Administrative Office All AP’s in one office area Discipline Mrs. Group . . . . . A – F Mr. Fenton . . . . . G – M Mr. Roman . . . . . N – Z Student waiting area move to behind Ms. Holmes Principal across the hall (former conf. room) Supervisor: Mr. Garvey What’s New in 2014-2015?

  8. What’s New in 2014-2015? • Office Reorganization • Main Office • Attendance – Ms. Shirley Staubs • New Attendance Window • Front lobby to right as students enter • Absence and early dismissal notes • Student pick-up for early dismissal • Discipline/Athletics – Ms. Marsha Holmes • Finance – Ms. Kim Legates • Visitors/Principal’s Sec. – Ms. Brenda Conley • Supervisor: Mr. Roman (Finance–Mr. Garvey)

  9. What’s New in 2014-2015? • Office Reorganization • Guidance Office • No longer directly accessible from Main Office • New door installed – FERPA concerns • Records room off-limits; not a passageway/shortcut • Assignments • Ms. Jeni Steen . . . . . . . . . . A - E; Dept. Chair • Ms. Marcia Hamrick . . . . F - K • Mr. Joshua Coleman . . . . . . L – R • Ms. CariJubb . . . . . . . . . . . . S – Z • Ms. Debbie Delauney . . . . Secretary • Supervisor: Mrs. Group

  10. What’s New in 2014-2015? • Office Reorganization • Facilities • Custodians • Office in back of B8 – no longer in Admin Office • Frank . . . . . . . . 6:00am – 2:00pm • Brian . . . . . . . . 10:30am – 6:30 pm • Evening Shifts . 1:00pm – 9:00pm; 11:00pm – 7:00am • Cooks (aka “Lunch Ladies”) • Ms. Betsy Dougherty - Lead • Supervisor: Mr. Fenton

  11. Administrative Responsibilities Social Studies Dept. PE/Health/Dr. Ed SpEd Teachers in Depts above Media Center Facilities Work orders Lockers Custodians Cooks MIP Transportation Parking, Buses, etc Duty Schedules Lunch Room Restroom Coverage Duty Safety/Crisis Plan Discipline/IEP/SAT (G-M) • Mr. Fenton

  12. Administrative Responsibilities English Dept. CTE Department SpEd Teachers in Depts above Guidance Testing Coord Master Schedule SEMS – early morning Dress Code LSIC CWT Technology Work orders now online E-mail WOW LiveGrades Interims Report Cards Discipline/IEP/SAT (A-F) • Mrs. Group

  13. Administrative Responsibilities • Mr. Roman • Science Department • Fine Arts Department • Special Education • SpEd Teachers in Depts above • Main Office • 3 Secretaries • Ms. Staubs • Ms. Holmes • Ms. Conley • Employee Verification • OEPA Compliance • Attendance • Discipline/IEP/SAT (N-Z)

  14. Administrative Responsibilities • Mr. Kirby • Athletics and Activities • Coaches • Supervision • Evaluation • Club Advisors • Event Coverage • Away • Home • Facilities Use • Ms. Swartz • Team Transportation • Athlete Eligibility • Team Compliance • Liaison to WVSSAC

  15. Administrative Responsibilities Mathematics Dept. World Language Dept SpEd Teachers in Depts above Administrative Team Finance Ms. Legates Dept Budgets Curriculum Team Department Chairs Core Team Strategic Plan Vision Mission Staff Development SEMS LWC or LWP approval Discipline Appeals (A-Z) Athletic Appeals • Mr. Garvey

  16. Normal Duty Day 7:25am – 2:55pm; On station by 7:30 All staff should be visible in hallways during passing of classes Please make frequent visit to monitor restroom – alert office of concerns Assignments will be made during class passing preceding plan period Staff are expected to be at assigned duty stations on-time and to remain for the duration of the duty There is no good reason for leaving a class unattended. Please do not visit with “neighbors” or visit the office complex during a period in which you have a class. Your class is your duty If you need to leave your class in an emergency, contact the office for coverage Expectations

  17. Grade Books At least one entry per week At least two summative assessments every 9 week Interim reports sent every 4-5 weeks If student is passing at interim but failing (close to failing) at term’s end then parent contact is required prior to issuance of final grade Regular communication with parents is essential both phone and e-mail. Please use LiveGrades – this is strongly encouraged Interim reports entered into WVEIS as are report cards No other interim/progress reports will be generated Expectations

  18. Attendance Accurate, daily attendance for every period is mandatory Attendance records are legal documents; can be subpoenaed Please notify the Main Office if a student is present in school, on your roster, and not in your classroom Late students MUST have a pass. No pass = Tardy. Follow tardy policy as outlined in school/county handbook Attendance in emergency situations is a must Bring your records with you Notify administrator immediately if missing a student(s) Your student attendance records will be crucial in verifying rosters for student goals accountability. Student attendance records for test accountability/exemption is the responsibility of the classroom teacher not the attendance secretary. Expectations

  19. Food and Drink in Classrooms Bottled water is acceptable No other food or drink is permitted in the classrooms Violation of Integrated Pest Control Management System “Grab and Go” Breakfast exempted Must be finished prior to 7:45 bell All desk areas must be cleaned Exception - when part of curricular supported lesson (e.g. FACS, Meat Processing, etc). Snack machines in halls on only from 2:45pm – 7am Do not send student out to “get a snack” Expectations

  20. Hall Passes Any student sent out of your room requires a hall pass Passes require, at a minimum: Student’s Name Teacher’s Name (legible) Room Number Destination Date and Time of Departure A hall pass is NOT a stapler a tape dispenser a blank clipboard A scribbled sheet of paper a toilet seat Any student found in the hall without a proper hall pass will be escorted back to your room Expectations

  21. Grade Books At least one entry per week, 4-5 by interim At least two summative assessments every 9 weeks Interim reports sent every 4-5 weeks If student is passing at interim but failing (close to failing) at term’s end then parent contact is required prior to issuance of final grade Regular communication with parents is essential both phone and e-mail. Please use LiveGrades – this is strongly encouraged Interim reports entered into WVEIS as are report cards No other interim/progress reports will be generated Expectations

  22. Lesson Plans Available for review at all times – electronically or hard copy Should include key elements Bell Ringer (Activating Strategy, Warm-Up, Do Now, etc.) Review of previous assignment/topic New information delivery Practice/engage in new learning Closure w/assignment Include timing elements Indicate CSO being covered Regular out-of-class assignments that are periodically assessed Expectations

  23. Schedules and Schedule Changes Please do not send students to the Guidance Office from your classroom for a schedule change – especially on 8/18 If a students appears in your class with a schedule but is not on your roster – direct the student to go to the class listed on the current schedule If a student who is on your roster has not appeared in your class by Wednesday, 8/20, please notify guidance. Please return schedules for any student not present Expectations

  24. Absences and Substitutes Absences should be entered into SEMS as soon as you become aware of the need to be out Request sub coverage as appropriate Be sure to include a note about where sub should park Emergency lesson plans should be turned into Ms. Holes ASAP Enough for at least one full day – preferably two Replenish after each use Update rosters, seating charts, and activities as needed LWC and LWP must be approved by Mr. Garvey at least 24 hrs prior to entering into SEMS and are not official until approved in SEMS Expectations

  25. Absences and Substitutes Absences should be entered into SEMS as soon as you become aware of the need to be out Request sub coverage as appropriate Be sure to include a note about where sub should park Emergency lesson plans should be turned into Ms. Holes ASAP Enough for at least one full day – preferably two Replenish after each use Update rosters, seating charts, and activities as needed LWC and LWP must be approved by Mr. Garvey at least 24 hrs prior to entering into SEMS and are not official until approved in SEMS Expectations

  26. Syllabi, Grading Policy, Classroom Expectations Turned into your administrator – preferably electronically for approval prior to printing class sets or posting to website Grading Policy Classroom behavior expectations w/consequences Communication plan, including your e-mail; school’s phone # Do not give your classroom extension Posted to your webpage DEADLINE: Wednesday, 8/14 at 3:00pm Once approved, a copy for each class should be given to Ms. Conley in the Main Office. Expectations

  27. Teacher Websites Class Schedule Syllabi - Grading Policy, Classroom behavior expectations w/consequences, Homework expectations Contact Informaton including your e-mail; school’s phone # Do not give your classroom extension Up to date assignments Links to other informational sites as appropriate Edmodo, Remind 101, PollEveryWhere.com, etc Expectations

  28. General All monies should be turned in to the Finance Office daily Do not store money in your room Do not send money with a student Email is for official business only Do not send school-wide e-mail without administrative approval Do not ‘reply all’ to any school-wide e-mail No tape or staples on/in the walls or doors. Red and Green card are not to be visible in your door unless during a drill or true emergency No more than half of a door window may be covered Follow guidelines in crisis plan Expectations

  29. Expectations The Main Office complex is a place of professional business. Please respect it as such. Do not loiter , gather, or otherwise “hang out” in these areas. Please be familiar with and follow all SOP rules and regulations. SOP forms are located on the web. These are the most up-to-date. Please do not use out-of-date forms. They will be returned without approval or comment. All field trips that involve purchasing of tickets, admission fees, or overnight stays must be approved by the Board of Education. If for any reason you relocate your class, please let the office know prior to the move. There is a form for this purpose. Eat only on the luch shift assigned. No switching without administrative approval.

  30. The building will not be opened to students until 7:25 am. Please do not open doors or invite students into the building prior to this time. If you see a student in the building before 7:25, please contact the Main Office If you enter the building prior to 7:25am, please make sure the door(s) by which you entered are secured behind you. If you are in need of supplies, or copiers in work rooms need toner or paper please email Mrs. Conley who will place these items in your mailbox. NO STUDENTS are permitted in the mail room for any reason. DO NOT ask students to retrieve your school mail for you. This is a FERPA concern as many confidential pieces of information are placed in mailboxes. Expectations

  31. Teacher must wear their employee ID badges at all times. New replacement cost this year is $15 Staff is expected to dress professionally at all times. Think “Business Casual” or better. Jeans only on special occasions Expectations

  32. Mission, Beliefs and Goal Statements School Goals Bell Schedules Lunch Directions Grading Scale Employee Code of Conduct Policy 4753 – Student Behaviors and Expectations JHS Dress Code JHS Cell Phone/Electronic Device Policy Classroom Postings

  33. Guidance and Administrative Alpha Breakdowns ROAR Poster Bus Line Up “If you see something, say something” poster Website and Safe Schools Hotline Fire Drill Exit Map – appropriately highlighted Code Drill Procedure Chart Emergency/Evacuation Procedures Classroom Postings

  34. J EFFERS N H S IGH CHOOL 2014 – 2015