Pre-Departure Meeting. French Exchange Program Eastridge High School March 30, 2010. Materials. Please pick up: Final Departure Packet Required Forms Pen Refreshments Please initial the “sign-in” sheet (student AND parent/guardian). Agenda – 6:30-7:30.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
French Exchange Program
Eastridge High School
March 30, 2010
*often the number is quoted with a zero before the city code - omit this when dialing.
011 – 33 – 2 – 99 – 55 – 35 - 12
Insert weather graphic from this site the Monday before the meeting.
Usually 10 degrees warmer than Rochester in early to mid spring.
Students should dress in layers that can be easily added or removed depending on the weather & activity.
A jacket and a sweatshirt are musts! Scarves are a great idea (and very chic for both men and women).
+ Can be cancelled if lost or stolen
+ Can be reloaded with additional funds by parents in U.S. for use in France.
+ can be cancelled if lost/stolen
- Requires passport to cash/use
+ most acceptable
Insert budget spreadsheet
Student will not purchase, use or have in their possession any drug/narcotic, unless prescribed by a medical professional.
Student will not purchase, abuse or have in their possession any alcoholic drinks.
Moral of the story: Your parents and you have worked hard and paid a lot of money for you to participate in this trip. Don’t ruin it by breaking school rules that you knew about ahead of time!
(1) You must make your expectations extremely clear to your student about the consumption of alcoholic beverages during this trip.
(2) Students found to have abused tobacco products, alcohol, or drugs during the trip will be referred to the principal for a Superintendent’s hearing that will result in disciplinary consequences as if the student had consumed said products on school grounds.
Faced with sudden freedom, your student may be tempted to engage in other behaviors, that while not specifically addressed in the code of conduct or school policy, should nonetheless be discussed between parents and students prior to departure including, but not limited to, getting tattoos or body piercing.
These behaviors are inherently dangerous and neither the school district nor any of the chaperones accompanying the group take any responsibility, financial or otherwise, if a student engages in them while on the trip.
PARENTS: TELL YOUR STUDENT WHAT YOUR EXPECTATIONS ARE FOR THEIR BEHAVIOR!!
abusing alcohol of ANY kind,
abusing a controlled substance,
engaging in sexual behavior,
causing bodily harm to another individual or damage to another’s property,
being insubordinate towards a chaperone or disrespectful to another member of the group.
These actions committed once are grounds for disciplinary action and will be reported to Mrs. Grow, the Board of Education and the Superintendent upon our return!!!