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Welcome to the Seventh Grade and the Jaguars Team!. Opening Day: September 4,2012. Ms. Parker Math 7 Teacher Ms. Reyes Math 7 Teacher Ms. Abrams Science 7 Teacher Ms. Gay Science 7 Teacher Mr. Henry Social Studies 7 Teacher Ms. Thompson Social Studies 7 Teacher Ms. Solheim

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Welcome to the seventh grade and the jaguars team

Welcome to the Seventh Grade and the Jaguars Team!

Opening Day: September 4,2012


The jaguar team s teachers 2012 2013

Ms. Parker

Math 7 Teacher

Ms. Reyes

Math 7 Teacher

Ms. Abrams

Science 7 Teacher

Ms. Gay

Science 7 Teacher

Mr. Henry

Social Studies 7 Teacher

Ms. Thompson

Social Studies 7 Teacher

Ms. Solheim

English 7 Teacher

Ms. Trojnar

English 7 Teacher

The Jaguar Team’s Teachers, 2012-2013


Fire drill procedures

Fire Drill Procedures

From room 418,you will exit the building by this route.

Go to the left as you exit the door, and immediately exit through double doors.

Once we reach the breezeway, we will again make a right, exiting the building through the glass Panther Doors. Form a straight line on the grass in front of the building.

During the fire drill, you should walk quietly. Your teacher will take roll once everyone has exited the building and line up.


Pams school dress code

PAMS School Dress Code

DRESS CODE

Dress guidelines are designed to promote a standard of appearance that complements the learning environment. At PAMS all students are expected to dress appropriately to the occasion; extreme or ostentatious apparel or appearance is to be avoided. Any article of clothing or accessory that advertises alcohol, or an illegal substance, depicts lewd graphics, displays offensive or obscene language, or is gang-related is forbidden. Disciplinary action will be taken against any student taking part in gang-related activities that are disruptive to the school environment, which include the display of apparel, jewelry, accessory, or tattoo, by virtue of its color, arrangement, trademark, or any other attribute, denotes membership in a gang that advocates illegal or disruptive behavior. If there is doubt about a particular item of apparel, the student should contact a school administrator for a decision prior to wearing the clothing to school. If the item is deemed inappropriate and the student does not modify the attire, entry into class may be denied by an administrator. Students must also wear appropriate attire in physical education classes. For convenience, schools sell shorts and t-shirts.

While the way you dress is one method to express your individuality, it is important to remember that your right to self-expression ends where the rights of others begin. Princess Anne wants to establish the most effective learning environment we can – and at the same time allow students the greatest amount of freedom conducive to learning. If your clothing is distracting, ostentatious, revealing, or offensive, it is preventing others from having the best learning environment possible.


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PAMS School Dress Code

PAMS students are expected to adhere to the following specific guidelines:

• Shorts must have no less than a 4 inch inseam; skirts and shorts must be at least finger-tip length.

• Bedroom slippers or heels over 3” are not to be worn to school.

• Clothing should not expose the midriff.

• Shirts that expose the back below the shoulder blades are not permitted.

• Tube tops, strapless tops, or tops with spaghetti straps are not permitted. Shirts without sleeves must cover the entire shoulder and must not expose the underarms or sides.

Wide-necked or boat necked tops must not expose the shoulders.

Undergarments should not be visible, including straps.

Torn garments or shirts with words or graphics that would be offensive to others are not permitted.

Students are not permitted to wear bandanas, do-rags, hats, scarves, or other similar headwear.

Gym-like shorts (Soffee shorts) are not to be worn a school.

Gym shoes: Students are to wear socks with soled shoes that fasten or tie with laces.

Pajamas and sleepwear are prohibited.

Clothing should be worn as it was designed to be worn.


Violations of the school dress code

Violations of the School Dress Code

The School Dress Code applies at all school sponsored activities!

Violations of the school dress code will be handled through the main office, and the progressive discipline guidelines are listed in your student agenda. Please review them, and remember that principals are available to let you know whether or not a particular item is appropriate for school before you wear it!


Don t be this guy

Don’t be this guy.

The Princess Anne Middle School dress code is, by and large, very reasonable. There are some basic safety rules, and some common sense guidelines which everyone needs to follow to preserve the learning environment. While there will inevitably be some gray areas in the dress code, let’s try to be conscientious of the greater good being served by the policies and dress accordingly.


The student code of conduct

Discipline/Code of Student Conduct

EVERY STUDENT IS EXPECTED TO MAINTAIN SELF-DISCIPLINE. IF THE STUDENT IS UNABLE TO BEHAVE APPROPRIATELY, HE/SHE MAY BE REFERRED TO AN ADMINISTRATOR. DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS MAY INCLUDE DETENTION, SUSPENSION, OR RECOMMENDATIONS FOR LONG-TERM SUSPENSION OR EXPULSION. PARENTS/LEGAL GUARDIANS MUST ATTEND CONFERENCES FOLLOWING SUSPENSIONS. REFER TO THE CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. PARENTS/LEGAL GUARDIANS AND STUDENTS MUST REVIEW THESE RULES AND PROCEDURES ANNUALLY AND SIGN AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SUPPORT OF THE CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT. SCHOOL PERSONNEL MAY INTERVIEW STUDENTS REGARDING SCHOOL MATTERS WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE OR CONSENT OF THE PARENT/LEGAL GUARDIAN.

THE SCHOOLBOARD REQUIRES ALL PRINCIPALS TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXPULSION WHEN THE FOLLOWING INCIDENTS OCCUR.

1. Arson or attempted arson

2. Assault and battery of an employee or student

3. Possession, use, or sale of a firearm or dangerous weapon

4. Use, possession, being under the influence of, selling, bringing, giving, distributing or passing to another individual or possessing with intent to sell, give, or distribute alcohol, marijuana, controlled substances or imitation controlled substances, and inhalants.

5. Extortion, attempted extortion, robbery, burglary, motor vehicle theft, and/or larceny

6. Sex offenses: Sexual battery, inappropriate sexual behavior, obscene phone calls, and sexual assault.

7. Hazing: Initiation of another student through abuse and humiliation so as to cause bodily injury.

8. Kidnapping or other serious criminal violations.

9. Possession, use, distribution, sale, lighting or discharging of explosive devices.

10. Homicide.

11. Malicious wounding of an employee or student.

12. Other good and just cause as determined by the Superintendent.

The Student Code of Conduct


1 arson or attempted arson

You are not allowed to burn down the school building. If you do – if you even try to – you will not be invited back to school. And you will go to jail, presumably.

1. Arson or attempted arson.


2 assault and battery of an employee or student

Do not beat up your teachers or classmates. It’s not nice. It’s illegal. So, don’t do it. If you do, you’ll get kicked out of school.

2. Assault and battery of an employee or student.


3 possession use or sale of a firearm or dangerous weapon

Guns, knives, hand grenades, deadly weapons, etc. should all be left at home. Don’t bring them to school, even as a joke. Don’t bring them in to show them to someone. Don’t sell them here either. If you do, you will be expelled from school.

3. Possession, use, or sale of a firearm or dangerous weapon.


Welcome to the seventh grade and the jaguars team

No Drugs or Alcohol on School grounds, or off school grounds for that matter! Even if all you do is hand a contain filled with an alcoholic substance from one person to another while standing at the bus stop, or a football game, you can be charged with possession of alcohol and expelled from school. If you think that you or others have alcohol or drug related troubles, let us know so we can help.

4. Use, possession, being under the influence of, selling, bringing, giving, distributing or passing to another individual or possessing with intent to sell, give, or distribute alcohol, marijuana, controlled substances or imitation controlled substances, and inhalants.


5 extortion attempted extortion robbery burglary motor vehicle theft and or larceny

Don’t steal your teacher’s car, dude. Also, no extortion or attempted extortion. Extortion means threatening someone with physical or emotional harm if they won’t give you something, or do something for you. A bully who threatens to beat up a small child if he doesn’t had over his lunch money is extorting the child.

5. Extortion, attempted extortion, robbery, burglary, motor vehicle theft, and/or larceny


No extortion

No Extortion!!!


6 sex offenses sexual battery inappropriate sexual behavior obscene phone calls and sexual assault

Keep in mind that anything you do which influences behavior in school (and anything you say or do in a public forum) you are accountable for. Social networking websites, texts, images sent by e-mail or telephone, and “cyber-bulling” are all issues which take place in the public domain and influence our learning environment. You are accountable for everything you say or do, and you are not difficult to track down, even if you feel anonymous when using computers or cell phones.

6. Sex offenses: Sexual battery, inappropriate sexual behavior, obscene phone calls, and sexual assault


7 hazing initiation of another student through abuse and humiliation so as to cause bodily injury

Hazing is often associated with sports teams, extra-curricular clubs an organizations, and after school activities. Sometimes, hazing is viewed as harmless initiation practices which club members consider fun. For example, when Tim Tebow (pictured left) joined the Denver Broncos in the summer of 2010 summer, his teammates gave him a brand new hairstyle. But when the subjects of this hazing are abused, humiliated, or hurt, then the practice is not only harmful but also illegal. It will not be tolerated at PAMS.

7. Hazing: Initiation of another student through abuse and humiliation so as to cause bodily injury.


8 kidnapping or other serious criminal violations

No kidnapping people.

8. Kidnapping or other serious criminal violations.


9 possession use distribution sale lighting or discharging of explosive devices

No blowing things up here at school – that means everything from fireworks, bomb bags, snaps, and sparklers to homemade pipe bombs, IEDs, or chemical weapons. Even threatening to use any such device is a crime in and of itself, and no jokes along that line are permitted. If you make even an idle threat as a joke, the repercussions can be severe.

9. Possession, use, distribution, sale, lighting or discharging of explosive devices.


10 homicide

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10. Homicide.


11 malicious wounding of an employee or student

Again, no beating people up or hurting your teachers, any employee of the school system, your classmates, or visitors in school.

11. Malicious wounding of an employee or student.


12 other good and just cause as determined by the superintendent

OK, so maybe you’re more creative than we are at committing criminal acts, or performing dastardly deeds. That’s why we have this catch-all at the end – if the superintendent feels like you are a danger to your classmates or so self-destructive and harmful to the learning environment that you simply cannot attend class – then you get expelled. The bottom line is – Don’t be rotten!!!!

12. Other good and just cause as determined by the Superintendent.


The princess anne middle school code of conduct

In your PAMS agenda, pages 26 -28 go into painstaking detail describing how the administration will deal with many of the common middle school infractions and transgressions which take place from school year to school year. The documentation reflects most, but not all, disciplinary infractions and the consequences of each choice. Take a moment to review this document. If you have any questions, please ask!

The Princess Anne Middle School Code of Conduct


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