Role of the Parents, Students, School, and School Personnel
In order for effective instruction to occur, there must be a cooperative relationship between student, parent, and educator. This relationship may be described as follows:
Parents or guardians who:
1. Keep in regular communication with school authorities concerning their child’s progress and conduct.
2. Ensure that their child is in daily attendance and promptly report and explain an absence or tardiness to school.
3. Provide their child with the resources needed to complete class work.
4. Assist their child in being healthy, neat, and clean.
5. Bring to the attention of school authorities any problems or condition which affects their child or other children in the school system.
6. Discuss report cards and homework assignments with their child.
7. Maintain up-to-date home, work, and emergency telephone numbers at the school, including doctor, hospital preferences, and an emergency health care form.
8. Attend scheduled parent/teacher conferences.
9. Participate actively in parent/teacher organizations.
10. Volunteer whenever possible to assist in daily routines at school.
11. Work with school officials to determine appropriate discipline procedures for their child/children.
1. Attend all classes daily and are punctual in attendance.
2. Are prepared to come to class with appropriate working materials.
3. Are respectful to all individuals and property.
4. Refrain from using profane and inflammatory statements.
5. Conduct themselves in a safe and responsible manner.
6. Are clean and neat.
7. Are responsible for their own work.
8. Abide by rules and regulations of the school and each classroom teacher.
9. Seek changes in an orderly and organized fashion.
1. Encourage the use of good grievance procedures.
2. Maintain an atmosphere conducive to good behavior.
3. Exhibit an attitude of respect for students.
4. Plan a flexible curriculum to meet the needs of all students.
5. Promote effective training of discipline based upon fair and impartial treatment of all students.
6. Develop a good working relationship among staff and with students.
7. Encourage the school staff, parents/guardians, and students to use services of community agencies.
8. Encourage parents to keep in regular communication with the school.
9. Encourage and welcome appropriate parent participation in affairs of the school.
10. Create an atmosphere devoted to achieving excellence through honesty and diligent work.
11. Seek to involve students in the development of policies and rules and regulations of the school system and school.
12. Endeavor to involve the entire community in order to improve the quality of life therein.
School personnel who:
1. Are regular in attendance and on time.
2. Are prepared to perform their duties with appropriate materials.
3. Are respectful of all individuals and property.
4. Refrain from profane and/or inflammatory statements.
6. Are neat and clean.
7. Abide by laws, policies and rules and regulations set forth by the Code of Alabama, the Board and the individual school.
8. Seek changes in an orderly and organized fashion.
9. Continuously improve professional knowledge and skills
10. Show a positive, cooperative attitude toward parents, students, co-workers and the total school program.
11. Are approachable and available to students, parents, administrators, and co-workers.
12. Strive to use a variety of informal disciplinary and guidance methods, prior to, during, and after formal action including but not limited to:
a. Referral to appropriate personnel/agency for group or individual counseling with guidance
counselors, psychological evaluations, and such other services deemed appropriate.
b. Conferences and/or contacts between administrator, parents/guardians, teachers, and
c. Referral to appropriate agencies for specific problems.
d. Referral to programs for students with disabilities.
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