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STUDENT. 2013. 2014. ORIENTATION. Dear Parents and Students,.  We would officially like to welcome all new Eaglets to our family. We have been working hard all summer to improve our facilities, curriculum and staff.   . INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. CHARTER SCHOOLS.

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Orientation

STUDENT

2013

2014

ORIENTATION


Dear parents and students

Dear Parents and Students,

 We would officially like to welcome all new Eaglets to our family. We have been working hard all summer to improve our facilities, curriculum and staff.  

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

CHARTER SCHOOLS

“Disce Quasi Semper Victurus”

“Study like you will live forever”


Recognitions

Recognitions

International Studies Charter Middle School (ISCMS) has achieved a remarkable goal by ranking in the top 5 middle schools in Miami-Dade county and 9th in the state of Florida.

ISCMS has been an “A” school for three years in a row.


Recognitions1

Recognitions

  • International Studies ranks as a gold medal winner. We are #2 in Florida and #15 in the nation out of 22, 000 public high schools in 49 states and the District of Colombia.

  • International Studies ranks #65 in Florida and #290 in the nation and only 1,930 of the top high schools in the nation are ranked.

  • International Studies ranks #32 in Florida and #447 in the nation and only 1,000 of the top public high schools in the nation are ranked.


People you should know

PEOPLE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Administration

Victoriano Rodríguez

Principal

Janette Cruz

Assistant Principal


Student services

Student Services

Ms. Teresa Valdes: E-Mail [email protected]

Office Hours: Monday through Thursday from 8:30AM -2:30 PM

By APPOINTMENT ONLY, unless it is an emergency

Services Provided:

Course Credit Analysis

Assistance with Subject Selection

Probation Meetings 

Assistance with Schedule Changes

Advisement regarding course/credit recovery

Counseling

Facilitator of Parent/Teacher Conferences

Facilitator of Student/Parent Conferences


Cap college advising program

CAP (College Advising Program)

Dr. Jon Page: E-Mail [email protected]

Cell: 305-904-2906

Office Hours: By Appointment Only

Services Provided:

Assistance with College Preparation

Assistance with College Selection

Assistance with College Financial Aid

Assistance with Scholarship Information

Assistance with Bright Futures

Assistance with Subject Selection

Assistance with Course Credit Analysis


Orientation

  • I.S.C.H.S Activities

  • www.ischs.netischsactivities.gmail.com

Nationally Recognized Clubs

Key Club

Mu Alpha Theta

National Honor Society

National Junior Honor Society

Class Clubs

Middle School Officers

Class of 2014(Seniors)

Class of 2015(Juniors)

Class of 2016(Sophomores)

Class of 2017(Freshmen)

Interest Clubs

Audio/Video Club

Art Club

Bible Club

Drama Club

Eagle Athletics Club

Film Club

Musical Theater Club

Yearbook Club

Language Clubs

French Club

Italian Club

Spanish Club

Inter-Organizational Council

Student Government Association

Parent Volunteer Hours, Student Community Service


Orientation

  • I.S.C.H.S Athletics

Alfred Mitat305-643-2955 Ext [email protected]

Athletic Website: www.c2cschools.com/ISCHSEAGLES

  • How to join a team @ ISCHS

  • Attend sports meeting on August 21,2013. Students must have all eligibility requirements to participate.

  • Middle / High School will be available on the Athletics website.

  • Basic Eligibility requirements: (HS has further requirements)

  • Submit school Insurance $20

  • Submit MDCPS Physical Packet

  • Maintain GPA 2.5 unweighted

  • Submit ISCHS Athletics- Parent & Student Contract

  • HS Sports

  • Fall

  • - Girls Volleyball

  • - Boys Flag Football

  • Winter

  • - Girls & Boys Soccer

  • - Girls & Boys Basketball

  • Spring

  • - Boys Tennis

  • - Girls Flag Football

  • - Boys Volleyball

FHSAA Site - www.fhsaa.org


People you should know1

People you should know

Main Office

Lourdes Vasquez

Registrar

Liaran Aleman

Attendance Clerk

LeonelaRoheidy

Administrative Assistant


People you should know2

People you should know

Main Office

Maria de Armas

Cafeteria Manager

Maria Rodríguez

School Treasurer


People you should know3

People you should know

Security

Jesus de Armas

Christopher Troy Vilim

Jose Alvarez


Opening of school pick up drop off procedures

Opening of School: Pick Up/Drop off Procedures

  • Students MUST be dropped off and picked up on the intersection of 9th Street and 25thAvenue

  • This may be accessed from either 27th Avenue or 24thAvenue

  • Security will be located at this location to ensure safety and facilitate timeliness

  • ISCHS does not provide transportation; however, we have flyers of available bus companies (located in the main office).

  • You may also check MDCPS’ website for an approved bus list(www.dadeschools.net)


Opening of school security medical concerns

Opening of School : Security/Medical Concerns

  • Parent visit restrictions:

  • Parents are not allowed to drop off food or supplies in the main office

  • Parents are not allowed to accompany students to class or walk the hallways

  • Every parent volunteer must be cleared through MDCPS background clearance in order to volunteer


Security and medical concerns

Security and Medical concerns

  • In order to maintain a safe learning environment, our school employs several security guards and maintains locked facilities

  • Please see the main office if you have any allergies or medical concerns

  • All medications must be administered to students by office personnel


Bell schedule

Bell Schedule

All students should check student portal on Miami Dade county public schools website for their class schedule.

Students will be directed on the first day of school


Orientation

Discipline Policy

Detentions

  • Must be served within 48 hours

  • Parents must sign detention slip

  • Detentions will be served in room 101:

  • Middle School 8:00am- 8:30am

  • High School 2:35pm- 3:05pm


Orientation

Discipline Policy

Code of Student Conduct/ Cell Phone Policy

  • Electronic devices will not be given back to students under any circumstance.

  • To reclaim a device, the student’s parents must come to the main office to pick it up

  • If a student needs to use the phone, they may use the phone in the main office.

  • Parents are not to contact students during school time on their cell phones


Orientation

Discipline Policy

Social Networking

  • Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

  • Social networking of any kind is not permitted during school hours

  • Students are not to use social networking to send obscene or inappropriate materials

  • Ex. Threats, hacking, damaging equipment, nude or semi nude photos(please refer to the student code of conduct)

  • Parents are responsible for monitoring and regulating student’s use of electronic devices


Communicating with teachers

Communicating with Teachers

  • Website- via email

  • Phone call to teacher

  • Counselor

  • Administration

  • Please allow 48 hours for a response.


Orientation

Uniforms

High School Uniforms:

Navy Blue Polo with School Logo

Striped Rugby Navy Blue and White Shirt

(All shirts must be tucked in)

Khaki Dickie Pants with School Logo

Navy Sweater with School Logo

Black or Brown Belt

Black or Brown shoes

Spirit Shirts may be worn on FRIDAYS ONLY!!! This does NOT include PE Shirts/Field day.

Uniforms may be purchased from All Uniform Wear:

200 NW 27th Avenue

(305) 649-2749


Lunch breakfast

Lunch/Breakfast

  • A catered meal will be available each day for students to purchase.

  • Parents may pre-pay (cash or check) the meals however they like (daily, weekly, monthly, annually).

  • Our cafeteria manager, Maria de Armas, will be available from 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM.

  • Students may also bring their own food or make purchases from the vending machines.

    Our menus will be available on our website a month in advance.


Parent volunteer hours

Parent Volunteer Hours

  • Parents/Guardians are required to volunteer at least thirty 30 hours per school year (3 hours per month) at International Studies Charter Schools.

  • All hours must be completed prior to the end of May

  • GRADES 6-11: Failure to complete the 30 hours will result in your child being placed on the waiting list for the following school year and not automatically re-registered

  • For more information about volunteer opportunities, please see the school’s website or contact the PTSA


Orientation

Before/After School Care Program

  • Students are not permitted to be on campus 30 minutes prior to the opening of school or 30 minutes after dismissal unless participating in an extracurricular activity or the after school care program.

  • In order for students to remain on campus after school, they need to be enrolled in an after school activity or sport or be enrolled in the after school care program.


Orientation

Before/After School Care Program

  • First hour dedicated to home learning

    • Tutoring available

    • Light Snacks provided

  • Entertainment:

    • Academic activities

    • Foosball, Nintendo Wii, and Ping pong

    • Outdoor Sports

Before Care

7:00 a.m.- 8:30 a.m.

After Care

High School: 2:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m.

Middle School: 3:30 p.m.-6.00 p.m.


Orientation

PTSA

International Studies Charter School supports the mission of our local Parent Teacher Association of being a powerful voice for all children, a resource for families and communities, and an advocacy agency for education and well-being of every child. President - Rosa Valdes

Vice President (Middle School) - Suzanne Santiago

Vice President (High School) - Robert Medell

Treasurer - Dulce Del Pozo

Recording Secretary - Janet Ferra

Corresponding Secretary - Karen Loucel


Orientation

School Contact Information

807 SW 25th Ave

Miami, FL 33135

Phone 305-643-2955

Fax 305-643-2956

Website: www.ischs.net


Orientation

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