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Agenda for Monday, August 29th
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Advisory
LUNCH
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2*
3*
4*
5*
6*
7*
Advisory
7:30-10:30
10:30-11:30
11:37-11:52
11:56-12:11
12:15-12:30
12:34-12:49
12:53-1:08
1:12-1:27
1:31-1:46
1:50-1:55
Advisory Schedule
Introductions
Rules, Procedures, Routines
Parent Packet
Index Cards
Schedule
S.T.R.I.K.E.
School Tour*
Lockers
Team Motto / Cheer
Introductions
Rules, Procedures, Routines
 I.D. badge must be worn at ALL TIMES
 Allows you to check out books from library and have
lunch
 If you don’t have your I.D. badge at lunch, you will be
asked to move all the way to the back of the line
Planner
 Name on first page at the bottom
 Mission statement
 S.T.R.I.K.E. matrix
 Student Behavior Management Process
 Positive Reinforcement
 Dress Code
 Schedules
 Calendar
 Signature Pages
Planner (ctd.)
 User guide
 Yearly calendar
 Turn to page 18 – CLIP
 Set up first week
 “Study for Success” pp. 103-111
 “My Directory” - Get at least 2 people’s phone
numbers and/or email address
Planner – Hallway Passport
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NAME AT THE TOP
Write MY name (Miss Craig) at the top under yours
Label the left-hand column Quarter 1, the right-hand column Quarter 2
Turn the page
Label the left-hand column Quarter 3, the right-hand column Quarter 4
You are allowed three passes per week
Highlight the first line underneath the “date” line
Count down two lines. Highlight the next line. You have one
highlighted line and two white lines.
 Stop and check with a partner to make sure that your pages look the
same. ASK IF YOU ARE CONFUSED!
 Continue the same procedure down the rest of the page.
 Codes and filling out
Parent Packet
 Parent packets will be sent home. Please sign and
return to advisory teacher as soon as possible.
Schedule – What does a normal
day look like at KDMS?
 Advisory
 1st Period
 2nd Period
 3rd Period
 4th Period
 LUNCH
 5th Period
 6th Period
 7th Period
7:30-7:53
7:57-8:40
8:44-9:27
9:31-10:14
10:18-11:01
11:01-11:36
11:43-12:26
12:30-1:13
1:17-2:00
Behavior Expectations: S.T.R.I.K.E.
 S.T.R.I.K.E. is our school-wide behavior plan.
 We will use the S.T.R.I.K.E. matrix to set up the code of
conduct for our students.
 The teachers and staff at Depoali Middle School will
be teaching you about the behavior plan all year
 You will participate in reflection assignments and
activities to help you understand the behavioral
expectations here at Depoali Middle School
So what does S.T.R.I.K.E. stand for?
Student Planner – p. 2
 S: Strength – we have self-confidence and determination to
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succeed
T: Tolerance – we respect others and accept differences
R: Responsibility – we own our actions, decisions, and their
outcomes
I: Integrity – we do the right thing even when no one else is
watching
K: Knowledge – we are active participants in our education
E: Empathy – we seek to understand the feelings of others
So, what does this mean for you?
 Teachers and ALL staff members will be on the
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lookout for students who are meeting the expectations
of S.T.R.I.K.E.
Signatures may be earned in each area of the matrix
where you are meeting the expectations
1 signature = 1 Diamond Buck credit
Diamond Bucks may be redeemed for items in the
student store approximately every third Friday
There will also be random drawings for all students
who received the tickets for every ten teacher initials
What does this mean? (ctd.)
 There will also be mid-quarter and end-of-quarter
rewards for students who have met the criteria listed in
the KDMS “Positive Reinforcement Levels” (Planner, p.
4)
 Let’s take a look at that page in your planner
KDMS Student Behavior
Management Process
 Please turn to page 3 in your Planner and follow along
as we go through this very important information
School Tour
 Team Room
 Elective Classrooms
 Art room
 Music
 Gym
 Lunchroom
 Library
 Nurse
 Office
 Bathrooms
 Exits / Entrances
Lockers – How-To Video
 How To Open a Locker
Lockers
 Some locks are extremely tricky. You may find you have to tug harder, lean on
your locker a bit, or jiggle the latch to coax it open.
 If nothing works, ask for help. You could have a lock that's not working.
 Memorize your combination. If you choose to write it down, write it someplace
safe or hidden. Also, don't write your combination in the same place as your
locker number.
 Lockers have little tricks to help you unlock them faster. Sometimes you don't
have to hit an actual number, but just hit a number that's nearby.
 When you're done getting your books or anything you need out, close the
locker shut & turn it to zero and begin clearing it. But stop after you did it 2 or 3
times. It saves time.
 By clearing your locker instead of leaving it on the last number, it prevents
other people from opening it.
 If you can, practice opening a combination lock at home. The more you can
practice with this type of lock, the easier opening your locker at school will be.
 Keep your locker combination to yourself! Don’t give it away to anyone but
your advisory teacher.
S.T.R.I.K.E. Activity
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