A Guide to the Code of Student Conduct
Good Morning Students,
Today is Monday, August 24, 2015 the first day of school, and we are
very excited to have you back for the 2015-2016 school year. This is
going to be a fantastic school year.
In order to start off the year on the right foot, we think it is very important
that you and your parent(s)/guardian(s) are familiar with the Code of
Student Conduct.
When you go home tonight, look up the Code of Student Conduct with
your parent/guardian. Review the Code of Student Conduct, and have
conversations about it. There is an elementary and secondary version,
and they are available in the English, Spanish, and Haitian-Creole
languages.
The Code of Student
Conduct is divided into
these sections.
Take
the time to review and
discuss this with your
parent/guardian.
Model Student Behavior
Code of Student Conduct Behaviors &
Corrective Strategies
Student Rights & Responsibilities
Vital Alerts
Formal Corrective Strategies
Multi-Tiered System Supports (MTSS)
Behavior Intervention Guide
Glossary
You can access the Code of
Student Conduct online by visiting
www.dadeschools.net and then
click on the Parent Portal. The
Code of Student Conduct will be
towards the bottom of the Parent
Portal main page.
Once you have reviewed the Code of
Student
Conduct
with
your
parent/guardian.
Have
your
parent/guardian sign and date the
Acknowledgement of Receipt and
Review form. Also we will need for you
to do the same. Don’t forget to bring the
signed copy back to school and turn it in
to your teacher.
Starting tomorrow you will begin
learning about Values Matters which is
part of the Core Values mentioned in
the Code of Student Conduct. You will
get to participate in some fun and
exciting activities that promote model
student behavior.
By knowing and applying what you have
learned in the Code of Student Conduct
and the Values Matters, you are on your
way to becoming a model student and
most importantly a global citizen. Good
luck and I wish you a rewarding and
successful school year.
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