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- Safety First…Always be on time so students are supervised.
- SPREAD OUT! Make sure your area is covered. Your proximity is important to students making better choices and keeping students safe.
- Collegial conversations and parent conferences are to be done during times that you are not responsible for children.
- Chairs are to remain inside the building.
Child Abuse Referrals
It is mandatory for school board employees to report incidences of child abuse, suspected or confirmed. Administration asks that employees inform them if a report of suspected abuse is called into the hotline. Keep a record of the incident, date, and name of person you contacted. Refer to http://www.dcf.state.fl.us/programs/abuse/ for reporting information. The Child Abuse Hotline phone number is 1-800-962-2873.
Please attend to minor injuries in the classroom and on the playground. The clinic is for students who require care beyond the teacher’s resources. (If a student is too sick to be in your classroom, he/she is too sick to be at school.) A student must have a completed Clinic Pass to go to the clinic. Also, a student will return to class with a pass stating what was done in the clinic.
Health and Safety
Remember that a student’s health and safety are a priority.
Things to remember:
- Set personal examples of good health practices.
- Students with contagious illnesses must be sent to the clinic.
- Students who have a fever or “throw up” must go home.
- All medication (including inhalers and cough drops) is given in the clinic (no exception) for children who have completed the mandated LCS permission form.
- All student medication must be kept in the clinic. If a child comes to school with medication, please contact administration immediately.
- A student MUST have a completed Clinic Pass to go to the clinic.
Communication with Parents
- If a student is absent three consecutive days from school information about communication should be written on Attendance Student Tracking form. The guidance counselor will have the Attendance Student Tracking forms. They are also available on Forms on line.
- Conference during the first 9 weeks (K-2) – date recorded on report card
- Conference during the first semester (3-5) – date recorded on report card
- Conference during the second semester (K-2) – date recorded on report card
- Conference during the second semester with students working below grade level (3-5) – date recorded on report card
- Progress Alerts each 9 weeks for each student
- Report cards, each 9 weeks
- Student planners, sent home daily
- Wednesday Folders, sent home weekly
- Weekly Newsletter produced by grade level teams (send copy to administration)
Documentation of all conferences (including telephone calls) should be kept and entered on the report card for the academic quarter in which the conference was held. The comment section of the report card can be a place to document the type of conference – phone call, in person, etc. In addition, the comment section is a good place to document your attempts to have a conference.