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W E L C O M E T O. William Fremd High School Expectation Assembly. Principal. Dr. Small. Police Liaison. Officer Bloomfield. Assistant Principal. Mr. Tenopir. What do we expect?. We Expect FHS Students to…. Accept responsibility for your learning, decisions, and actions

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W E L C O M ET O

William Fremd High School

Expectation Assembly


Principal

Dr. Small


Police Liaison

Officer Bloomfield


Assistant Principal

Mr. Tenopir


What do we expect?


We Expect FHS Students to…

  • Accept responsibility for your learning, decisions, and actions

  • Develop the skills to become a more self-directed learner

  • Become actively engaged in academic & extra-curricular pursuits.

  • Contribute to the school and community service.


We Expect FHS Students to…

  • Be considerate of others – teachers, staff, fellow students, etc.

  • Conduct yourselves in a manner that contributes to a safe & orderly environment and ensures the rights of everyone within the school.


Here is what we mean.

  • Go to class and participate

  • Wear your ID

  • Clean up your trash

  • Be respectful to others

  • Get involved in school


What can you expect?


Classroom Disturbances

Gangs

Drugs

Alcohol

Fighting

Bullying/Harassment

Dangerous Behavior

Truancy

Tardiness

Inappropriate Dress

Vandalism

Academic Dishonesty

Threats-written or verbal

Safe and Orderly EnvironmentTo ensure learning for all, our school must be free from:


Administrative Support

  • Listen

  • Provide resources such as guidance counselors or social workers

  • Teach strategies for success

  • Offer mediation

  • Don’t wait until it’s too late!


OUR GOAL

  • CHANGE BEHAVIOR

  • Less bad

  • More good


Suspendable/Expellable Offenses

  • Fighting - No Self-Defense Policy

  • Bullying/Harassing (Includes social media)

  • Tobacco

  • Alcohol

  • Drugs

  • Gangs

  • Dangerous Behavior

  • Threats-Verbal or Written

  • Other acts that interrupt the educational process of the school.


Dean of Students

Mr. Buelow


Truancy Types

All Day-Absent from school without your parent’s permission.

Class- Absent from your assigned classroom or area without your teacher’s permission.

Note: If you are in the building, parents can not excuse you.


Truancy Consequences

  • Detentions, Saturday School, In-School Suspension

  • Compulsory Lunch Study Hall

  • Loss of Option Period

  • Loss of off-campus privilege

  • Parent Conference

  • Zero on that day’s class work

  • Referral to Police Consultant for issuance of a truancy ticket

  • Unsuccessful class performance


What is a tardy?

  • Classroom Teacher Decides

  • Tardy Bell Rings:

  • in seat

  • OR

  • in classroom

  • 4 emergency tardies-use them wisely

  • More than 5 minutes late to class = TRUANT


Tardy Policy


PE Tardy/Truancies

  • Locker room doors will be locked 5 minutes into each period

  • If you are more than 5 minutes late, see your teacher for a pass to enter the locker room…main hall entrances only

  • Supervisors will not let you in without a pass


Assistant Principal

Mr. Casbarian


Students will be expected to:

Get to class on time

Be prepared for class

Pay attention & be involved

Show respect for others

Show respect for school property and others’ property

Each teacher may establish additional rules

for their classrooms.

You are expected to observe and follow those rules.

Expectations For Classroom Behavior


Insubordination

  • Definition – Failure to comply with a reasonable request from any staff member.

  • Consequences – Detentions, Saturday school, Suspension


Lockers

  • YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE

  • for what’s in your locker, even if that item belongs to someone else

DONOTSHARELOCKERS!

Keep locker locked at all times.


STUDENT VALUABLES

ONLY BRING ITEMS TO SCHOOL THAT ARE NECESSARY FOR YOUR EDUCATION

  • YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE

  • for securing your belongings while you are here at school

  • Report thefts IMMEDIATELY to any staff member

  • 220 reported thefts last year, almost 1 out of 10

  • Proof of ownership required for return


P.E. Locker Rooms

  • Most thefts occur in the locker room

  • iPods, Money

  • Lock P.E. lockers at all times


Cell Phones in the Cafe

Cell Phones

Other than the café students are allowed to carry cell phones in school, but they MUST be kept

1. OUT OF SIGHT

and

2. TURNED OFF

until the end of the school day.

Off means not capable of receiving a signal (not silent or vibrate)


Costumes

  • Not allowed in school, including Halloween

  • Alternative: Participate in

  • Student Council Spirit Days instead!


Bus Riders

  • All school rules apply on the bus.

  • Driver = Teacher/Staff

  • Behavior expected of students during the regular school day must also be exhibited on the bus.

  • Riding privileges can be suspended for inappropriate behavior on the school bus.


Parking

  • Only students with a valid student parking permit may park in the student lot

  • There are no free parking spots

  • Temporary parking passes issued on individual basis for emergency situations

  • Consequences:

  • Parking ticket

  • Vehicle towed at owner’s expense

  • Disciplinary consequences (i.e. – Saturday School)

  • Loss of privileges (off-campus lunch, option study hall)


Entering School

  • Entrance through door:

    • Door #1-6:00 AM (Main Door)

    • Door #4-6:45 AM (along Illinois Avenue)

    • Door #6-6:30 AM (by English Office)

  • No ID?-Door #1

    • Temporary ID issued in Room #2

    • Wear temporary throughout the day

    • After the 3rd temporary a $1 obligation will be charged=no final exams or registration until paid

    • Temporary ID=no off-campus privileges


ID Policy

  • ID’s must be worn at all times while in the building

    • Display upon entrance and remain on throughout day

    • Only allowed to remove it if a faculty member specifically tells you to (ie. Science Lab)

    • No decorations/embellishments

    • If your ID is determined by administration to be unacceptable you will be required to purchase a new one


Replacement of ID’s

  • Three temporary ID’s will be given w/o charge

  • Will be required to buy a new ID for $3.00 or get a temporary for $1.00

  • Three days of a temporary=new ID

  • Unpaid ID fines will be converted to detentions if you fail to pay in reasonable amount of time


I.D. Cards

  • Students MUST surrender their I.D.’s when asked by a staff member. This includes bus drivers & student supervisors.

  • Refusal to show your I.D. to a staff member may result in a referral for insubordination

    Giving your ID = guilt!


Assistant Principal

Mr. Miller


Leaving Campus

  • Parent permission needed to leave the building once you’re at school

  • Students need to check out at the attendance office before leaving the building and check in once you return

  • You can only leave through Entrance #1

  • If you leave through another entrance you will be considered truant.


Off-CampusPrivileges (juniors and seniors only)

  • Exit and re-enter the building at door #1 only

  • Parent permission needed on off-campus form

  • ID will be scanned

    • Computer will tell supervisor if you have off-campus

  • No off-campus without proper ID

    • Temporary IDs=no off-campus


  • Option Areas

    • If you are not in a scheduled class, you can be in one of these option areas without a pass:

      • Cafeteria

      • Media Center

      • Viking Tutoring Center (Room 2)

      • Test Make-Up

    • If your locker is in a non-option area you can not visit it without a pass during your option period

      -Hallway Behavior = pass through quietly and no loitering

      Note: 8th period (Cafeteria will be closed to students)


    Pulper

    Vending

    ZONE 4

    Fremd Cafeteria by Zone

    ZONE 3

    ZONE 2

    ZONE 1


    Clean-Up Schedule Guidelines


    Cafeteria Expectations

    Cafeteria supervisors will request that you use the pulper and clean up your eating area.

    If you fail to listen to their request you will be considered insubordinate.

    We must work together to save our planet and

    take pride in our school house!


    Food and Drink Policy

    • Food & Drink is only allowed in the cafeteria

    • (exception – bottled water)


    Dress Code Policies

    • All hats, hoods & head coverings MUST be removed before you enter the building.


    Clothing may not have pictures of or references to…

    • Alcohol, tobacco, or drugs

    • Violence/Gang affiliation

    • Inappropriate words or phrases


    Clothing

    • Midriffs

    • should not be exposed.

    Undergarments should not be exposed.


    Clothing

    • All shirts must have:

      • Straps

      • Neckline should not fall below an imaginary horizontal line between the underarms


    Skirts and Shorts

    • must be a reasonable length

      no shorter than arm’s length when arms are fully extended at your sides.


    Coats/Jackets/Outerwear

    Outerwear must be placed in your locker when you enter the building. This applies to any piece of clothing with a lining.

    Sweatshirts are OK.


    ASSIGNMENT

    READ IT -- YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RULES LISTED INSIDE IT!


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