Rules and Boundaries of John Marshall Mid-High School. John Marshall...inspiring & empowering the learners of today for the challenges of tomorrow. JM will be the 1 st model GE school in Oklahoma. JOHN MARSHALL STUDENT CREED.
John Marshall...inspiring & empowering the learners of today for the challenges of tomorrow.
Follow directions the first time given
Stay on task
Keep arms, hands, feet and objects to yourself
No swearing, crude gestures or cruel teasing
Great Expectations Code of Honor & Courtesy
1st Offense: Student/Teacher conference, start Intervention form
2nd Offense: Parent Contact
3rd Offense: Team Conference with student, teachers, and administrators.
Referral to appropriate administrator
Parent Conference/Team conference intervention
Three days in-school suspension with parent conference
Three/five days suspension, possible long-term suspension/hearing and alternative placement
1st Offense: Counseling with student, parent, administrator, police for possible solutions, possible suspension depending on extent of harassment
2nd Offense: Three-ten days suspension with parent, administrator, police and counselor present for conference
1st Offense: Five days suspension, referral and ticket
2nd Offense: Long-term suspension, taken to CIC, parent conference, and alternative placement
Referral to administrator and parent contact
Five days suspension/ticket
Suspension and Long-term hearing scheduled
PHONES: Phones are allowed during breakfast and lunch. All phones, ear plugs, electronic devices, and/or any other wireless telecommunication device MUST be turned off when students enter class. Phones that are confiscated will be turned in to office, parent notified.
Cut/torn jeans, short shorts, hats, head wraps, visors, sweatbands, and sunglasses.
Student calls home for dress code compliant clothing
Parent contact by administrator
Parent contact by administrator and in-school suspension
Parent contact by administrator and three days suspension
Parent contact by administrator and five days suspension
All students are required to go through the scanner at the gym door until 7:25 a.m.
Students are allowed to enter the front door scanners after 7:25 a.m… NO EXCEPTIONS!
Please clean up after yourself.
Stay seated and do not get up to wander around.
No horse playing.
Do not leave the cafeteria. If you must leave, ask for permission.
Five (5) unexcused absences during the semester may result in a failure grade (F). Starting this year, students may be ticketed for skipping class, even if you are in the building.
For excused absences, students will have up to 5 days (per district policy.) to make-up missing assignments. After the 5 day period, the student will receive a permanent zero in the grade book if work has not been completed.
For unexcused absences, a student will have 3 days to turn in late work, with a 15% penalty each day toward the grade of that assignment.
Parent contact-must call, Intervention form
Referral to Administrator
A student is considered truant when absent from the classroom without the knowledge of either the school/parent.
If a student is absent from school four or more days or parts of days within a four week period without a valid excuse for ten (10) or more days during a semester, the attendance officer will inform the parents that they are not in compliance with the law and will notify the district attorney for Oklahoma County. Ticket may be issued.
Parents can be fined for each day their child is truant from school.
Referral to administrator
Ticket by officer and parent contact
Parent conference (suspension with 3 day limit)/Saturday school
Three days in-school suspension, parent contact and two Saturday school visits
Five days in-school suspension, parent contact and three Saturday school visits
A maximum of 10 days of activity absences, per semester from any one class are permitted during a school year.
Riding a bus is not a right and can be taken away if behavior is not appropriate. Be aware that buses are now outfitted with video cameras.
All students who drive to school must have proper documentation to drive (license an insurance verification….or else
All students are required to remain on campus throughout the entire school day.
DON’T BE UNDER THE INFLUENCE
Afterschool buses with a pass from coach or sponsor only: Mon/Wed at 4:30 pm
Starting Aug. 20th
Parents are welcome in our school, however, they must report to the main office and request to have their child sent to the main office.
Appointments must be made to speak with teachers during the school day.
FRESHMAN: 7 UNITS
SOPHOMORE: 14 UNITS
JUNIOR: 21 UNITS
SENIOR: 26 UNITS
ALL STUDENTS MUST PASS 4 OUT OF 7 EOI EXAMS TO MEET GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS.
All John Marshall students, grades 7-12, must read 30
Finance Academy for 9th grade students
TFCU in-school branch available for work-based learning for 11th and 12th graders
ACT Prep during school hours with Ms. Simpkins and Dr. Rittner from UCO
Concurrent enrollment classes 1st & 2nd semester
After-school tutoring on Mon/Wed, with bus