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GILBERT STUART MIDDLE SCHOOL. CIVIC EDUCATION PROJECT CITIZEN. Gilbert Stuart Middle School 188 Princeton Avenue Providence, RI 02908 Mrs. Morais Mrs. Amaral 5 th Period Literacy Class 2005-2006 Tardiness Public Policy Issue. Gilbert Stuart Middle School. Project Citizen Groups.

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gilbert stuart middle school
GILBERT STUART MIDDLE SCHOOL

CIVIC EDUCATION

PROJECT CITIZEN

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Gilbert Stuart Middle School

188 Princeton Avenue

Providence, RI 02908

Mrs. Morais

Mrs. Amaral

5th Period Literacy Class

2005-2006

Tardiness Public Policy Issue

Gilbert Stuart Middle School

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Project Citizen Groups

THE PROBLEM CLASS POLICY

Nixon Ashley

Christopher T. Christopher C.

Shaniqua Julia C

Emely Julia D.

Trenton Joel D.

Yakira Julia D.

Jordy Joel G.

ALTERNATIVE POLICY ACTION PLAN

Stephanie Shanice

Shaqyla Yaranys

Abel Geleiny

Ja’Shawna Montana

Fedcanor Dwanye

Edgar

the problem is that children are coming in to school late and failing their first period class

The Problem

The problem is that children are coming in to school late and failing their first period class.

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THE PROBLEM

To investigate the problem we interviewed:

Honorable Judge Newman

School Principal, Mrs. Thomas

Assistant Principal, Mr. Catone

Assistant Principal, Mrs. Creel

Head Clerk, Steve Arlan

6th Grade Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Cedergren

7th Grade Guidance Counselor, Mr. Warren

8th Grade Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Winsor

Guidance Clerk, Ms. Bernadine

School Nurse, Ms. San Antonio

Social Studies teacher, Ms. Morais

Mathematics teacher, Ms Demelo

Mathematics teacher, Ms. Gaynor

Social Studies teacher, Ms Ribezzo

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The Problem

(2 Weeks of School)

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Alternative Policies

Change Time

Detention

Court

Suspension

Home Visit

Call Home

Late Bus

$25 Fine

ALTERNATIVE POLICIES

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ADVANTAGES

Immediate punishment

DISADVANTAGES

Kids don’t always show up

Have to pay a teacher to stay

Have to pay for a bus

DETENTION

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ADVANTAGES

Parent will be aware

DISADVANTAGES

It is very expensive for tax payers

TRUANCY COURT

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ADVANTAGES

Hopefully their actions will change

DISADVANTAGES

Students will miss class assignments

SUSPENSIONS

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ADVANTAGES

Students will come to school on time

Students will be more rest and prepared to learn

DISADVANTAGES

We need to change the elementary school time for bus students.

STARTING SCHOOL

LATE

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ADVANTAGES

Parents and students will be informed for their tardiness.

DISADVANTAGES

It costs tax payers money to do home visits.

HOME VISITS

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ADVANTAGES

School will make money.

DISADVANTAGES

Parents might not have the money to pay the fine.

$25 FINE

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ADVANTAGES

Parents will be aware of their child being late to school

DISADVANTAGES

Parents might not be home.

They might not have an answering machine

Phone numbers might not be accurate

CALL HOME

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ADVANTAGES

If kids miss their bus, they can take a late bus to school.

DISADVANTAGES

Costs the district money.

LATE BUS

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According to school records, kids are usually late to school between 8:00am and 8:30am.

The school should start a half an hour later at 8:30am and end half an hour later at 3:05pm

We took a survey, and kids would like to begin school at 8:30am and end school at 3:05pm.

Some students even come as late as 9:00am and miss their entire first period class.

CLASS POLICY

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CLASS POLICY PIE GRAPH

(Whole School Year)

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According to the “National Sleeping Foundation”, Sleep Deprivation has Serious Consequences.

Inability to learn, listen, concentrate and solve problems.

Lead to aggressive or inappropriate behaviors.

It also causes you to eat too much or eat unhealthy foods.

ACTION PLAN

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Community: Our community is great. It has many cultures. It has many Hispanics from Dominican Republic. It also has Africans, African Americans, Southeast Asians and Caucasians.

School: Our school has many nationalities. We treat everyone equally. We have two gymnasiums, fitness center, library, cafeteria, two computer labs and an auditorium.

Community Profile

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How does tardiness affect the community?

TAX PAYERS!!

Peers Court

Teachers School Buses

Nurse Detention Teacher

Guidance Late Bus

Clerks Breakfast & Lunch Program

Administrators School Performance

Summer School Parent/Guardian

COMMUNITY