The case I chose was one that took place in Houston, TX, in the Houston Independent School District. I chose it because Houston is where I was born and grew up, and I wanted to use a case that felt close to home for me. This case was about a student who, throughout the course of about two years, displayed several signs of aggression, defiance, and general misbehavior both in class and at home. The misbehaviors ranged from “pestering and irritating” his/her siblings at home, throwing tantrums, and becoming easily upset or angered. The student also led a lonely life, both in class and school, expressing dislike and resentment towards siblings and other family members, as well as stating that student “feels student has no friends.” In class, the
In the fall of 1980, the Congregation of Calvery Community Church, led by Pastor Dr. Carl Godwin, founded Parkview Christian School. Under the leadership of Bob Winebarger, the school began as a Kindergarten through eighth grade school. “Those were glorious days, Winebarger relates, “as we saw God’s hand moving to provide a Christian School to the residents of North Lincoln. Within two years of opening, the school expanded and began to offer a K-12 academic program. Continuing to expand to minister to families in Lincoln, a preschool and daycare were opened in the fall of 1991. Parkview Christian Schools now operates three separate locations for preschool and daycare for young children. A few years ago, Parkview Christian School stepped out from the umbrella of the church and became a separate non-profit entity.
The issue that causes the most tension at Westside Consolidated School District No. 5 is the school shooting. Many families moved out of the school district as a result and the district has not recovered fully from the departure of those business leaders and students. The projected growth is another community issue that is causing tension. The state of the district buildings and amenities is not on the level of our former rival Valley View nor our current rival Brookland and the district has few options to build new buildings, retain teachers, and offer new class curriculums for the student
Last year, at Kingsland High School’s Graduation Ceremony, Josie Hinze not only receiveed her High School Diploma, but also her Associates of Arts Degree before even attending any college or university. Fast-forward to one year later, and seven Kingsland students will be graduating high school with both their High School Diploma and AA Degree thanks to the collaboration of Riverland Community College and Kingsland High School for allowing high school students to take college-level courses in high school and receive college credit for them. Not only that, but there are several others who will be graduating Kingsland High School with transferrable college credit so their first few semesters might
I, _____________, will be participating in the Lindhurst Blazers Baseball Program in the 2018 season. I am representing Lindhurst High School, and, as such, my behavior reflects on the coaches, my teammates, the faculty and students of Lindhurst H.S., my family, and community. I will be held to a higher standard than other students and will be expected to treat everyone with the respect that I expect to be treated in return. By signing this agreement, I agree to the following conditions.
Clay Country Schools are located in the southwest corner of North Carolina. The school district is currently the only that serves the county providing all grade levels, Pre-K through 12th Grade located on one campus. The campus consists of Hayesville Elementary School, Hayesville Middle School, and Hayesville High School. Historically Clay County Schools has not always been the only public school system to serve the county. Below is a case study of the history of the schools in Clay County and the demographic and fiscal characteristics of the current school system along with statewide comparisons and a recent North Carolina school lawsuit.
When dealing with larger school districts, there are several different positions in which play vital roles in the success of the school ‘s in the county. Deputy superintendent, chief financial officers, executive directors, and chief technology officer, are the crucial four. From there smaller roles are delegated to address issues based on needs and situations that may happen with schools, students teachers and
Leaguetown Independent School District is currently facing a conflict of whether having later start times would perhaps help the improvement of academic performance of Leaguetown Middle School and high school students. Superintendent Judith Owens has proposed a new schedule that would set later start times. A group of Leaguetown Middle School parents has organized to oppose the proposal.
I attended the Centennial Christian School to visit one of the student, Ashley, who is diagnosed with cerebral palsy. It was interesting to see Ashley’s care plan that was written by Chris Robberts that outlines care of her stoma, flushing of water every hour at school via feeding tube, administering mediation via feeding, and what to do when the student has a ‘blank stare’ or grand mal seizure.
Gulf Shores Middle School- On January 13th, the students of Coach Cobb’s eighth grade classes did an experiment to see how far a barbie doll would drop based on the amount of rubber bands placed on its legs. The students were to bring barbies in, the Coach Cobb gave every group of students a barbie doll to use. Then the students were to tie a rubber band around its legs to keep them still, then tie more around that until there was a group of bands from two to six. After that the students were to put the last band on a ruler and drop the barbie, in the same way every time, off of their desks to see how far in meters the barbie would fall. Then on the next day the students dropped one barbie off of a (FIGURE OUT WHAT HAPPENS)
The participants selected for this study will consist of both male and females 18 years or older. Specific ethic background is not a criterion in participant selection, therefore will not play a role in participant recruitment. Only individuals who have worked in or with the informal class reassignment program at Carmack Elementary will be selected to participate in this study. Carmack Elementary is a public elementary school, which is part of the San Bernardino City Unified School District. The San Bernardino City Unified School District is identified as a large public school district and is located within Southern California. Participants selected for this study will consist of special education teachers and special education school personnel.
On Wednesday, April 12, 2017, I, Officer McDaniel #147, while at James Coble Middle School, located at 1200 Ballweg Rd, Arlington, TX, I was approached by Assistant Principal Myers, Laura, W/F, DOB 02/16/1968, in reference to a cell phone screen that was broke by another student.
SSCM Gilmore made an unannounced visit to Grovetown Middle School in Grovetown Ga to interview Kaydence Reliford. The interview included SSCM, Kaydence Reliford, and Ryan Brown (school counselor). Kaydence stated that her relationship with mom and dad is that she is able to talk with mom more than dad. She stated she is able to talk with her dad, but it is normally after school. She stated that her parents used to rarely argue; however, now they are arguing every night. She stated she rarely gets punished. She stated normally her punishments for discipline include, banned from television, or phone being taken away. She state she doesn’t get spanked much at all. She commented that she slaps her sister at times, because her sister will get on
The benefit of becoming a school administrator will allow me to touch the lives of many students to help them achieve their life’s goals. I will be responsible in motivating staff and holding them accountable while implementing school-improvement strategies such as using data to identify and plan for needed changes in the instructional programs, which is equally important in meeting the goal. I will have involvement in setting educational standards, goals, establishing policies and procedures to enforce discipline, evaluate curricula, teaching methods, and to comply