Administrators at Marshall Metropolitan High School implemented multiple programs, processes, and procedures to motivate faculty and students to improve the school’s academic performance leveraging both the equity and expectancy theory. One of the central elements of the administration’s strategy was to create standard, clear, consistent, and equitable expectations and objectives for teachers and students (Kinicki & Williams, 2013). Therefore, administrators set student achievement targets for teachers and insisted all faculty members log every instance of student misconduct and scores from teacher observations (Kinicki & Williams, 2013). As for students, administrators set consistent attendance goals, behavioral standards, and achievement
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High School is an incredibly important period of life. It influences your social, academic, and personal life for four years, and prepares you for college and a career. This is the reason County Prep High School is my school of choice. County Prep's thriving social environment, challenging academic curriculum, and wide variety of electives will help me successfully carry out my plans for the future.
Masconomet Regional School District is an amazing learning institution filled with passionate educators, supportive parents and engaged students. As a result, I have loved every day of being the Principal of Masconomet Regional High School.
I teach in the Westside Consolidated Number Five School District in Jonesboro, Arkansas. The school district is a consolidation of three small rural town school districts Bono, Egypt, and Cash, Arkansas in 1968. I met with my mentor Mr. Scott Gaunt the school district superintendent on January 18, 2017 between meetings with district leaders and countywide superintendents. We met and discussed the community relations plan and identified the two most important issues for our district as identified in the poll by the Phi Delta Kappan and the Gallop poll. The issues were the lack of financial support for the school district to provide an adequate education for students and the testing and regulations imposed on school districts that lower educational time for students while in school.
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.
In the hypothetical case, the Rockshire High School official had reasonable cause to search Britney Sullivan’s cell phone for evidence that she and other students cheated on their AP History exam. The administrator suspects Britney because (1) the students scored extremely high on the AP History test (2) Britney has been in trouble in the past and is in the AP History class and (3) a teacher received a reliable tip from another student describing how the students cheated using social media. According to the Supreme Court case (New Jersey v. TLO, 469 U.S. 325 (1985).) the school administrator had the right to search the contents of the student's cell phone, since the administrator had reasonable cause to suspect the student of school policy infractions. The court’s decision in this case is that the student officials do not hold the same accountability of the police under search and seizure. Police are held to the strict accountability of probable cause while school officials according to the Supreme Court have only to prove reasonable cause. In this hypothetical case the supreme court would support the decision of the Rockshire High School administration to search a student's cell phone as evidence for cheating based on the fact that the administrator had evidence to support reasonable cause. The Supreme Court states, “reasonable grounds
The Carl Hayden Community High School was established at Phoenix in Arizona in 1957. It was well regarded and the provided of an off-site equestrian program. In fact, the number of the ethnicity students that attended to the Carl Hayden Community High School was the Caucasians are more than Hispanics students. However, this school got the report of ethnicity number of the students had changed by an increase the 92 percent of the Hispanic students. Moreover, the neighborhood is a nearby the school had abandoned and the some of the roads had an unpaved dirty. On the other hand, this school building had described was the mostly drab in the late of 1960s boxes. Furthermore, this school had a dress code for the females and males students. The females
Coach Mike played 4 years of baseball at Westmont High School as a starting pitcher and utility outfielder. He also played 2 years of baseball with the DuPage Red Angels. Additionally, Coach Mike has extensive experience working with children and during his tenure with the Bulls/Sox Training Academy he was selected as a top instructor for two consecutive years (2013-2014).
Saegertown has a new sheriff in town, and his name is Mr. Brian Lipps. On Friday, Dec. 16, Mr. Lipps was announced as the new Dean of Students for Saegertown High School, and his first day was Monday, Dec 19. It is expected that Mr. Lipps will officially be announced at the next board meeting on Jan.12. Most students have already noticed his presence. “It’s different. They [students] are more aware they can get into trouble and have to follow the rules more so they will behave,” said freshman Meadow Campbell.
During the Olympic Torch passing on January 24, 2002 students of Juneau- Douglas High School in Alaska were allow to go across the street to watch the event. Joseph Frederick and some of his peers held up a banner stating “BONG HiTS 4 JESUS” as the television cameras passed them. The principal of the highschool, Deborah Morse, seized the sign and suspended Frederick for five days for violating the anti-drug policy of the school district. This suspension was later extended to 10 days. The first thing Fredrick did was appeal the suspension to the superintendent. His appeal was denied. Later, in March he appeal to the Juneau School Board who also supported the principal's decision.
On April 11, 2016, I was assigned this case to follow up. This investigation involves Mr. Rolin Josue Barahona Cruz. On April 12, 2016, I spoke to Rolin Barranoha (father) and asked him permission to speak to Rolin at T.C. Williams High School. I received permission and advised Mr. Barrahona that I would follow up with him or his wife in the afternoon. I spoke to Mr. Barahona in Spanish which was the language we used all throughout our interview.
1. ) With new technology such as Satellites scanning the surface of the earth, cartographers can use geographic information science or (GIS) to help them make more detailed and accurate maps. This has allowed scientists to get very precise and complex information from all of the data coming from the satellite orbiting around the earth at all different distances and angles. Another use for all of the Satellites is remote sensing, this allows satellite images to be scanned in thin lines any time a satellite could scan a small area or a pixel. With this we can look at very small features of earth from space and removals send it back down to earth for Analysis. A scientist can use this tech for making very accurate maps about features such as population
The incident at Chattooga High school is an example of censorship because due to personal bias, a decision is being made to exclude something. However, the principle was well within his rights to remove these photographs because while the second amendment applies in a public school setting, courts have permitted limitations decided by school officials. In my opinion, the choice to remove these photographs, while lawful, is not just because an implication is not enough to go off of to make a choice. In this situation I would create a petition, garnering as many signatures I could from students and teachers alike to reinstate these
Clarendon School District 1 would like to announce the up coming start of the Clarendon Promise School. The school district is committed to providing all students with a world-class education to help them achieve their fullest potential. The Clarendon Promise School is an innovated grant program dedicated to help manifest the commitment of the district. Some of the program’s objectives are to offset academic failure by providing students facing academic hurtles one-on-one instruction, apply interventions to intercept high school dropout, and minimize office referrals from student behavior
This current school year is the first year of the Innovation Academy magnet school has been put into play at Springfield Middle School. The program allows for students throughout the entire county to engage in a high level of learning that will prepare them for leadership possibilities and to make an impact on the working world. By bringing in students and families from all over the county, not just Springfield, we are allowing them the opportunity to see what our school is really about and not just rely on what they hear. “The image the principal and the school have in a community is critical not only to the school but also to the welfare and financial growth of the area. With this in mind, it is important for principals
The depression is a big factor, which affects negatively performance academic. The fact that all rates of test scores in Dominguez high school as English, Math, and Science are below the state average. The main issue is the pressure from school and family that builds up stressfulness in student’s minds every day. The stressfulness not only affects emotion and physical conditions, also affects habit and spirit. Therefore, the goal is detecting spore of disease before it develops, and we need a program designed to help to evaluate the health status and potential of a victim. It also diagnoses students who lie outside of the typical high-risk population; we thus are planning create a health center to measure currency student’s status. Students