Horner Jr. High School

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Welcome to Horner Jr. High’s
Town Hall Meeting
No more than 10 students to a
bench
Sit with your class
Place belongings on floor
Follow the teachers’
instructions
Be a Good Audience
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I have a lot to cover
When I talk, you don’t
If you distract me, I’ll move you
Students that disrupt may lose PE credit or
receive further disciplinary action
• Those who pay attention are less likely to
spend time with me in my office during the
year
PERSONAL STANDARDS
1.SHOW RESPECT
2.SOLVE PROBLEMS
3.MAKE GOOD
DECISIONS
REAL WORLD
LIFE HAS RULES
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FRIENDSHIP
FAMILY
TRAFFIC
WORK
PROFESSIONAL SPORTS
CIVIL LAW ($$)
CRIMINAL LAW (JAIL/ OR $$$)
SCHOOL (ED CODE AND BOARD POLICIES)
Rules:
Keep us safe (think crossing the
street)
Keep things orderly (think Disneyland)
Help to make things fair and equitable
Enable the teacher to teach and
students to learn.
There are
CONSEQUENCES
for not following life’s
rules!
A few examples:
• Spreading gossip will make your friends
distrust you and others dislike you.
A few examples:
• A parent may ground you for breaking a rule.
• A speeding ticket can cost around $400 and you
can lose your driver’s license.
• You get fired for being late repeatedly.
• Sports players are fined big bucks and get
suspended without pay from playing.
Suspended 50
games without
pay!
Where Rules Apply
• To and from school
• From the minute you leave the home till
you arrive back at home
• On foot, bike, bus, skate-board, car…
• Any where at school (even at other
schools)
• When your behavior affects those who
attend a school
GENERAL SAFETY
 Horner has a Hands Off Policy
 Keep Hands, feet and objects to yourself
(It is OK to hold hands!)
 No running on Campus (except on
blacktop or instructed to by staff)
 No rough play, play fights, horseplay
 Do not throw anything unless instructed by
staff member
 Stay off peoples’ backs (piggy back)
Attendance
• A parent or guardian must call the school in the
morning if you will be absent that day.
• Or, you must bring a note explaining your
absence to the office before you go to class.
• Late arrivals must get a pass from attendance
clerk before going to class
• Late: 5 X 5 -15 min = 1 hour detention
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1X16 - 40 min = 1 hour detention
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More than 40 min = 2 hour detention and
loss of school activity
When you arrive at school:
• Breakfast is available from the cafeteria, food
must be eaten in the courtyard
• Please go to the courtyard or library
• Closed Campus – You may not leave campus
after arriving without permission
When you leave school:
• Walk, do not run to busses
• Form a line for AC busses and enter all busses
without pushing or shoving
• Disruptive behavior on any bus will result in
disciplinary action. AC Transit is not affiliated
with FUSD and works with the Sherriff. AC
Transit has the right to refuse service.
• Keep area in front of the office and Library clear
• You must leave campus by 2:30 PM unless you
are in a school sponsored activity
Classroom
• You must follow all school and teacher rules and
instructions
• Any inappropriate drawings, toys, or other items
that disrupt learning will be confiscated and you
will be subject to discipline.
• Academic dishonesty includes (but is not limited
to) copying any work, sharing answers, passing
off someone’s work as your own = “F” + a 2 hour
after school detention.
• Stay out of other people’s belongings
(backpacks, lockers, clothing…)
Period Attendance
• Classroom attendance is reviewed every 2
weeks.
• Excessive tardiness will result in detention
• 5-9 tardies = 1 hour detention
• 10-14 tardies = 2 hours of detention
• 15+ tardies = Two- 2 hour detentions and loss
of school activity (social…)
• Tardy 3 minutes or more after the bell will
result in detention
SOCIAL POLICY
• Students must present their school issued ID, as well as a
parent signed social ticket to enter school dances.
• Socials are from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
• No social admission after 6:00 p.m. without a parent or
guardian present
• Cell phones may not be used during the dance. (cell phone
policy) See adult for emergencies
• Social Elimination: 5 hours of accumulated Detentions, 15
anytime tardies, 1 or more in-house or at home Suspension
• Must attend school the day of dance
• Student’s with Gold Card must still meet requirements
( your card is your social ticket and permission!)
After school sporting events
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Students must present their school issued ID
You must attend school the day of the game.
If students exit they are not permitted back
Good sportsmanship is expected of both
players and spectators.
• Students may now use cell phones or i-pods
at the games as long as they do not disrupt
• Students who are disruptive will be expelled
from the gym.
LUNCHTIME
• Food is only allowed in the COURTYARD & PICNIC
AREA. You may leave the courtyard or picnic area
after you have finished your food.
• Clean your area after eating and throw garbage in
the trash cans.
• Students need to stay single-file in lunch lines
without cutting.
• Buying food for others is not permitted.
• Stay out of closed areas during lunch: 20 wing, 30
wing, main hallway, track, parking lots & Hirsch
fence.
• Area in front of M.U. room closed at bell.
• Do not cross this area to get to lunch line.
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ZONE 12 A & B
HORNER JUNIOR HIGH
SCHOOL
41365 CHAPEL WAY
FREMONT, CALIFORNIA 94538
510-656-4000
9/02
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BLACKTOP AREA
BASKETBALL COURT
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B - BOYS’
RESTROOM
G - GIRLS’
ZONE 8
ZONE 7
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ZONE 1
RESTROOM
GRASSED AREA
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10
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STAGE
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ZONE 3
W
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1C
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FOODS
LAB
GRASSED
AREA
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WOOD
SHOP
PATIO
AREA
ATTENDANCE
WINDOW
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KITCHEN
OFF LIMITS
ZONE 11A
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ZONE 6B
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B
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LIBRARY
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CAFETERIA &
MULTI-USE
ROOM
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OFFICE
ZONE 2
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ZONE 10A
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STAGE
ZONE 9A
ZONE 6A
ZONE 10B
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BAND
ROOM
MU-1
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COURTYARD AND
ASSEMBLY AREA
GIRLS’ PE
LOCKER
ROOM
ZONE 9B
BOYS’ PE
LOCKER
ROOM
9B
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ZONE 4
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PE
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FRONT LAWN
STAFF PARKING
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DRESS CODE
• Clothing that exposes undergarments, see through or is too
low cut is not allowed.
• Spaghetti straps, halter tops, and shirts that expose the
stomach or shoulders are prohibited.
• No flip flops, slippers, pajamas or blankets.
• Shirts with inappropriate words or pictures must not be
worn (No references to drugs, alcohol, or violence)
• Only Horner hats may only be worn at school during lunch. No head
gear is allowed anywhere on campus (no bandanas, sweatbands, hats…)
• No attire deemed “Gang Related” by Fremont Police Department
allowed. This includes RED or Blue shoe laces, belts, & Big Tees.
MOBILE PHONE POLICY
• Phones are allowed on campus. (Bring @ Your Own Risk! The
school is not responsible for lost or stolen phones!)
• Phones are to remain in the OFF, not in silent
position during the instructional day, and out of
sight. (As well as all school events: Socials & Sporting Events.)
• Not to be used until after-school which includes
answering calls from your parents.
• Taking photos or video during the school day is not
permitted.
• Phones heard or seen will be confiscated by school
staff and sent to the office + Progressive discipline.
Wait till after School!
Non Instructional Items
• In general, any item that interferes with instruction
and learning, or is not needed for a class, is not
allowed in class or at school.
• This includes but is not limited to I-Pods/MP3
players, electronic games, toys, rubber-bands,
cameras, headphones & make-up
• Non instructional items like I-pods may be used
before school until the first bell rings then must be
turned off and put away.
• Any item you bring to school may be stolen – Bring
at your own risk!
Weapons and Dangerous objects
• Any item that can injure someone in any way is not
allowed on any school campus, ever.
• This includes, but is not limited to: Real or toy guns,
knives, razors, box-cutters, matches, lighters,
rubber-bands, slingshots, nun-chucks, chains, …
• Students in possession of such items at any time
will be suspended up to 5 days and may be expelled
from Horner Jr. High.
Drugs and Alcohol
• Students who possess or consume
ALCOHOL or DRUGS will be suspended
up to 5 days.
• Students who sell ALCOHOL or DRUGS
will be recommended for expulsion.
• A referral to counseling will be made
• Police will be contacted.
How do I get my phone
and other stuff back?
• Phones are returned to parents after a
contract is signed by parent, student and
administrator.
• All other electronic or non-educational items
that are turned into the office will be returned
to parents only.
• Repeat offences will result in items being held
until June.
DISCIPLINE/ CONSEQUENCES
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Campus Beautification
After School Detention (1-2 hours per day)
In-house Suspension
Suspension
Opportunity School
Expulsion
For example:
• Fighting, hitting, or physically hurting another
person will earn you a 3-5 day suspension.
• Skipping class or school = 2 hour detention
• Skip teacher detention = 1 hour detention
• Skip detention = 2 hour detention
• Skip 2 hour detention = Suspension (progressive:
in-house - multiple suspensions)
• Possession of knife/weapon = Suspension and
expulsion
• Any Hands-on will result in disciplinary action.
TOP 10 LIST
But certainly not the only reasons for “getting in trouble”
• Dangerous items/ toy
weapons
• Fighting
• Skipping class, school or any
disciplinary action
• Bad mouthing people,
jokes, rumors, bullying,
harassing…
• Using the internet or phone
to hurt or threaten people
• Threatening anyone –
verbally or physically,
directly or indirectly
• Not keeping your hands to
yourself
• Taking anything that doesn’t
belong to you
• Arriving to class or school
late
• “Just playing” with anyone
or anything.
By the way…
• It’s never OK to sell anything at school for
personal profit. That would be like iPods,
phones, candy, or whatever else you “find”.
• Also, if you can’t figure out a way to lock up
your skateboard or scooter, don’t ride it to
school. Staff can not be responsible for
storing items like this.
Detention
• Detentions are scheduled at least 24 hours in advance. Don’t
expect a reminder; it’s your responsibility to remember and
get there on time and on the correct day!
• Begins immediately at 2:30 in room 1.
• 1 and 2 hour detentions are on Tuesday and Wednesday
• Late arrivals will be turned away and will be assigned
additional hours of After School Detention or suspension.
• If you are absent on the day of your detention, the detention
will automatically be moved to the next detention day. You
must attend the detention when you return to school or you
will receive additional hours of after school detention or
suspension.
Some Excuses that Don’t work HERE!
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“We were just playing”
“No one told me” or “I didn’t know”
“I forgot”
“It was an accident”
“I don’t know” (AKA: temporary
amnesia)
• “I’m new here”
Promotion and Dance
• If you have more than one “F” you can not
attend Promotion
• If you have a long list of behavior infractions,
or have been ejected from any dance you can
not attend the Promotion dance
• You must attend school the day of promotion.
Great America Reward Trip
• When: June 1, 2012
• What will disqualify a student:
– Receiving more than one “F” on your 3rd quarter
report card
– 10 or more hours of detention during 2nd
semester.
– Accumulating 15 or more tardies 2nd semester.
– Having three of more in-house suspensions
– Have one or more at-home suspensions
– Are truant any time during the second semester
Note you may disqualified after you purchase a ticket, and there are NO REFUNDS
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