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Lafayette Tecumseh Junior High School July 31 st-August 3 rd 6: 00 pm
Brandon Hawkins Principal Denise Des. Enfants Assistant Principal (Special Ed. ) Andy Kennedy Assistant Principal (8 th Grade) Ben Murray Assistant Principal (7 th Grade A-J & Tech. ) Dave Barrett Assistant Principal/SS Intern-(7 th Grade K-Z) Silas Brown Counselor- (7 th Grade, English Lang. Learners) Jenna Rosenberry Counselor-(8 th Grade, Gifted & Talented) Susie Burton Athletic Director
1. Student Schedule – Students will receive a new schedule (on yellow paper) the first day of school. In most cases this schedule is the same as the one you pick up this evening. Please feel free to walk your schedule after the presentation and throughout the week 7: 30 -4: 00. 2. Communication Flow 3. Student Lockers - Please report any problems to Locker Assistance Table on the Landing. 4. Lunch Account - Money may be put into the account tonight in the cafeteria. 5. PE Uniforms and Music Shirts (The Athlete). Please note that students have PE either 1 st or 2 nd semester. Uniforms are available for purchase throughout the fall semester. 6. Student Technology info 7. Drop off and Pick-up information
Communication Flow o o Academic Situation n Student n Teacher (TOR for Special Education Student) n Counselor n Asst. Principal for that Grade Level (Mr. Murray or Mr. Barrett) n Building Principal (Mr. Hawkins) Athletic Situation n Coach (not immediately after a practice or competition) n Tecumseh Athletic Director (Mrs. Burton) n LSC Athletic Director (Mr. Stovall) n Building Principal (Mr. Hawkins) Staff Member Situation n Asst. Principal for that Grade Level (Mr. Murray or Mr. Barrett) n Building Principal (Mr. Hawkins) Unsure n Receptionist (Mrs. Lopez)
Communication Methods • Tecumseh Web Page • Power. School Portal (Active 8 -8 -17) • Tecumseh Facebook Page • Staff Email • Voice Mail • Broncho Bulletin • Twitter Tecumseh. Junior. [email protected] Jr. High • School Messenger
Dress Guidance o o o Jackets, coats, hoods, and other headgear are not to be worn in school by students without prior administrative approval. These items, if worn to school, are to be placed in your locker until school is dismissed. Torn or ripped clothing is not permitted on any piece of clothing. It is expected that while at school or at school functions or activities, students will not wear, possess, use, distribute, display, or sell any clothing, jewelry, emblems, badges, symbols, signs, graffiti, or other items deemed to be evidence of membership or affiliation with a gang. Bandanas are not allowed. Clothing must be appropriately sized. Clothes (both tops and pants) cannot be skin tight. No jeggings, skinny leg, spandex, or skin-tight pants. All shirts must cover cleavage and be at or below the waistline. All pants must remain at or above the waistline. Undergarments should not be visible.
Dress Code Continued Shirts Hoodies/Vests/Fleece Jackets/Sweatshirts/Sweaters Accepted: Must have collar, turtleneck, or Worn over a collared or turtle neck mock turtleneck shirt Shoulders, stomach, and cleavage Collars should extend over the must be covered sweatshirt/sweater Any color/design Restrictions (not allowed): T-shirts No collar Does not cover shoulders, stomach, or cleavage Restrictions (not allowed): Hoods must be down when in the building Shoes Accepted: Any color Must have a heel strap Restriction (not allowed): Flip-flops/sliders Slippers Wheels inside the sole or heel No heel strap Pants/Shorts/Skirts Accepted: Khaki or jean material Must be at least mid-thigh Any color/design Restrictions (not allowed): Sweat pants Athletic shorts Pajama bottoms Unfastened snaps, buttons, etc. Pants/shorts worn below the waist Yoga, spandex, leggings Shorter than mid-thigh Dresses Accepted: Any color/design Must have collar, turtleneck, or mock turtleneck Shoulders, stomach, and cleavage must be covered Must be at least mid-thigh in length Restrictions (not allowed): No collar Unfastened snaps, buttons, etc. Does not cover shoulders, stomach, or cleavage Shorter than mid-thigh
Tecumseh Dress Code q. Students not in proper dress will receive an office referral from their 1 st period teacher. q. A member of the admin team will call students, with dress code referrals, to the office that morning. q. Consequences for non-compliance are listed below: q 1 st violation=warning q 2 nd violation=detention q 3 rd violation and beyond=Saturday School or ISS q. A letter will be sent home for students that have received a detention, suspension, or Saturday School
Electronics… o o o Cell phones Cameras Etc…
Responsibility o o o Students may use their phone until 7: 50, during their lunch period & after 3: 15 pm. All other times, please turn them off and put them away (turned off and out of sight). Phones are never allowed to be used in the locker rooms or restrooms.
q Students dropped off in the front can remain in the front lobby or proceed to the Main Gym at 7: 30. Front doors open at 7: 15 am q Students riding the bus or that are dropped off in the back will enter the athletic doors and sit in Main Gym. Athletic doors open at 7: 30 q Students may proceed to the cafeteria at 7: 30 for breakfast q Students with instruments are released from the gym, café, or front lobby at 7: 48 q All other students are released to class at 7: 50
q Dismissal bell rings at 3: 15 q Parents can pick-up: q Front parking lot q Jeff student parking lot q Hiatt Drive is now permanently closed to through traffic q Buses will be lined up along Bus Lane q Buses are always parked in the same spot, start at the beginning and walk until you find your bus q Let an administrator know if you can’t find your bus q Buses release at 3: 22
CONSTRUCTION BARRIER PARENT DROP OFF CONSTRUCTION STAFF ZONE PARKING ONLY CONSTRUCTION FENCE BUS DROP OFF ONLY BUSSES ONLY
TRAFFIC FLOW AFTER 3: 30 PARENT DROP OFF CONSTRUCTION BARRIER STAFF CONSTRUCTION ZONE PARKING ONLY CONSTRUCTION FENCE ATHLETIC PICK UP + DROP OFF
Homeroom 1 st Hour 2 nd Hour 3 rd Hour Language Arts Block 1 of 2 Language Arts Block 2 of 2 PE 1 st Sem. & Health & Art or Lunch Integrated PE/Health & World Language 1 st Lunch 4 th Hour 5 th Hour 6 th Hour 7 th Hour Math Science Social Studies Band/Choir/Orchestra or Career Skills/IT/Health/Financial Literacy or World Language & two of the above classes
Changes may be made this week. Students will receive a new schedule on first day of school. It will be printed on yellow paper.
Digital Conversion (1 to 1) o o o o Book Rental Supported Technology Systems and Device User Agreement Insurance (document two in packet) Replacement Cost (document three in packet) FAQ (document four in packet) Student deployment August 10 th-August 12 th Students must have a signed agreement on file and pass the Device Care/Digital Citizenship assessment prior to deployment
q Once released from the Gym & Café, students will pick up their new schedule. Student Last name-A-B report to room 400. Etc q Students will receive their new schedule and then they will report to their regular 1 st period class. The new schedule will be printed on yellow paper. Lists will be posted throughout the building informing students of which room to report to at the beginning of the first day q Please note that the schedule will have locker number & combo information q Normal Schedule the rest of the day
Music @ Tecumseh Mr. Parthun Mr. Buck Ms. Fights Mr. Murphy
Clubs @ Tecumseh
Clubs @ Tecumseh
o Positive Behavior Support Incentives n n o o Support to Clubs Support Staff Activities n o Weekly drawings Positive Broncho Parties Teacher Appreciation Luncheon Provide input into school-community decisions
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th 16 August th Grade 5: 00 -5: 45 pm for 7 th Grade 6: 00 -6: 45 pm for 8 Informational Parent Meeting & Meet the Teachers!
Thursday-October 19, 2016 4: 00 pm-7: 30 pm Thursday- March 22, 2017 4: 00 pm-7: 30 pm