Discipline Policy Sample Clauses

Discipline Policy. A Discipline Policy Committee will be formed upon the request of the Association or the Board of Education. The committee will be comprised of members appointed by the Board and the Association. By the appropriate means determined by the Board, families will be informed of the District's policies regarding student behavior and discipline procedures. The foregoing committees, study groups, or faculty councils shall serve as advisory, consultative and fact-finding bodies only, and the Board shall not be required to adopt any of the recommendations submitted. The Board agrees, however, that the Association and the teachers shall have the right to submit recommendations and views on these subjects.
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Discipline Policy. With respect to most disciplinary problems, the steps outlined in the University’s discipline policy will apply.
Discipline Policy. The parties agree that the Employer will utilize a progressive discipline policy which will be applied in the store. The Union retains the right to grieve the application of the progressive discipline policy. The Employer must have just and reasonable cause in their exercise of discipline or termination of an employee.
Discipline Policy. At Junior Academy, we believe that good discipline consists of positive training in the right direction. Our staff must have the right to correct a child’s behavior when and if necessary in order to maintain a pleasant atmosphere and teach appropriate behavior. By providing an environment where participation in activities is both fun and rewarding, good behavior becomes a natural part of the experience. We use positive reinforcement and praise to encourage appropriate behavior. “Praise in public and correct in private” is followed at Junior Academy. If a child displays inappropriate behavior on a regular basis, the parents will be consulted for help and support. If a child needs to be picked up due to a discipline concern, he/she will need to be picked up within an hour of parent/guardian notification. Continued offenses (physically harming him/herself, another child or teacher, safety concerns, and/or destruction of school property) may lead to suspension or removal from the program. If at any time we are unable to meet a student’s behavioral, social, developmental or emotional needs, we reserve the right to refer a family to other outside agencies. The staff will never use physical punishment, ridicule, profane, threatening, or abusive language, or deny food or drink as punishment. Initials: Biting Policy When a child bites, he/she is immediately removed from the situation and placed in the school office. As a consequence, the child will remain in the school office for a minimum of 1 minute per year of the child’s age. Parents will be notified of the incident and asked to sign an incident report, which will be kept on file in the school office. When a major offense (bites that break the skin or repeated biting) occurs, the child will be sent home. A third biting incident will require a parent conference to discuss further action. Continued offenses may lead to suspension or removal from the program. When a child has been bitten, the wound will be cleaned with soap and water and any other necessary first aid will be applied. Parents will be notified of the incident and asked to sign an incident report, which will be kept on file in the school office. Initials:
Discipline Policy. Upon the occurrence of a disciplinary problem as determined by West Bloomfield Parks, the child may be suspended or terminated from the program. In such cases, the parent will be notified to pick up the child immediately. A discipline problem is defined as any child who is hampering the smooth flow of the program by either requiring constant one-on-one attention; is inflicting physical or emotional harm on other campers; is physically and/or verbally abusing staff or is otherwise unable to conform to the rules and guidelines of the program.
Discipline Policy. We strive for a policy of positive discipline here at Surreybrook School. We promote acceptable behavior through positive reinforcement until it becomes a natural part of the child’s life. We do not allow any behavior that may be harmful to your child or to other children. Positive reinforcement will be used at all times to move the child from inappropriate behavior toward acceptable behavior. The Directors will be glad to discuss any methods or ideas you may have regarding discipline and your child. The Center reserves the right to request the immediate withdrawal of any child who, in the judgment of the Director, has special needs that cannot be met by the Center or whose behavior is deemed detrimental to the health or progress of the other children. The Center also reserves the right to request the immediate withdrawal of any child whose parents do not follow the rules of the Center or whose behavior otherwise poses difficulties for the Director or the staff. In general, unless the child is deemed to be an immediate danger to him/her or the other children, one month’s termination notice will be provided. Should the Center initiate the withdrawal of a child, parents/guardians will be liable for tuition only for the time child was enrolled. In the alternative, an additional staff member may need to be provided to directly supervise a child whose behavior is posing such difficulties. In such an event, parents/guardians will be asked to pay an increased tuition rate for the time during which the additional staff member is needed. Rewards are a part of all of our lives. Sometimes the rewards are tangible, like a star or a sticker; sometimes they are intangible, like a hug, positive verbal response, or a special privilege. Rewarding appropriate behavior is a way of making it happen again. Our goal is for lots of stars and hugs. We would like to comment briefly on the subject of physical contact. Today, it is a very unfortunate fact of life that we must warn our children about strangers and always be watchful for abuse. We encourage our staff to become your child’s protector and friend. We believe that hugs, holding hands, and pats on the back are natural and nurturing responses in many circumstances. They should be encouraged between caregiver and child, and also between child and child. Hugs are okay! I/we understand the Center’s Behavioral Management policy (please initial) Absences: I/we agree to notify the Center as early as possible on any day that my ch...
Discipline Policy. Discipline is the training that corrects, molds, or perfects the mental faculties or moral character. Its aim is to rehabilitate the student. Discipline should be used to modify behavior, establish and maintain respect for duly constituted authority, promote human growth, and develop ideals, interests, and habits leading to self-government and citizenship. As much as possible, disciplinary measures should not be designed to result in scholastic failure. Procedures including personal counseling should be utilized; and when these have failed to rehabilitate the student, other alternatives should be instituted. Expulsion would be instituted in rare cases involving serious disciplinary infractions which are detrimental to the individual or to the health, safety, morals or welfare of others. Suspensions will be as short in duration as is possible to achieve a resolution to the problem. Expulsion is an action taken only by the Board of Education in appropriate circumstances. Guidelines in Discipline Discipline in school is essential to assume an orderly environment in which each person may live and learn to his/her full capabilities in harmony with others. Ideal discipline is self-directed and self-controlled; however, when self-control falters and self-discipline fails, disciplinary forces outside the individual must be imposed to protect the rights of others. All members of the educational community share the responsibility for good discipline in our schools. Parents must be the first to xxxxxx self-discipline within the child at home. The school can provide the setting for this training to be carried further, while enabling all students to have the right to pursue their own educational needs without unnecessary disruption by others. More specifically, parents have the responsibility to: ● Send the child to school as required by state laws (compulsory education laws apply to ALL students under the age of 18). ● Make sure that the child’s attendance at school is regular and punctual and that all absences are properly excused (refer to the Attendance section of this handbook). ● Be sure the child is free of communicable diseases and is in good health as possible in order to ensure effective classroom performance. ● Guide the child from the earliest years to develop socially acceptable behavior, to exercise self-control and to be accountable for his or her actions. ● Teach the child, by word and example, respect for the law, for the authority of the school and fo...
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Discipline Policy. The following sequence of events for discipline procedures are a guide only. In each case, the member must be given the opportunity to improve in order to correct behaviour and conform to Company policies and procedures.
Discipline Policy. The Washington Elementary School District places high priority on providing each student with the opportunity to learn within a safe and stimulating environment. For this reason, the Governing Board accepts the responsibility for identifying those behaviors, which, if allowed to exist without restrictions and appropriate disciplinary action, would interfere with individual and group learning, and would interfere with the orderly conduct of our public schools. Furthermore, the Governing Board charges the staff with the responsibility for enforcing the rules of conduct, establishing consistency in their enforcement, and maintaining an appropriate learning and behavioral environment. The following section is most appropriate to high school students; however, the same expectations are held for K-8 students. According to Arizona law (ARS 15-341), the Governing Board also has the authority to discipline students for disorderly conduct on their way to and from school. The Governing Board gives this responsibility to the local school administration. The Governing Board also gives the school administration authority to discipline students for disorderly conduct and other offenses at school- sponsored activities. It is the student's obligation to report dangerous objects such as knives, explosives, weapons and/or illegal substances to the principal.
Discipline Policy. The Board shall, in accordance with state law, adopt a discipline policy for the control and discipline of school children in their district. The Board, administrators, and the teachers hereby agree to abide by the adopted discipline policy of the district.
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