In the case scenario provided, Jeff Bliss though that the teacher was not teacher as it is expected of her. According to Bliss, students need to be taught on a face to face basis in order for them
After a short morning meeting with the substitute we took the children to gym class. I watched gym for a few minutes before heading back to Ms. Keane’s room. Ms. Keane was back and talking to the Penn State student (special education major) that is in my classroom Monday-Thursday. Ms. Keane also said that she had a student teacher on Fridays. Ms. Keane seems
Intervention: MHS reviewed the previous session. MHS discussed with client about her disrespectful behavior at school. The client’s teacher reported the client has not been doing her work and she has been being very disrespect to adults at school. MHS explained to the client that she will have to learn how to have respect adult at home and at school. MHS discussed listening and obeying and following the rules without any negative behaviors like talking back to teachers and school workers. MHS explained how people don't like to be around rude and disrespectful children and her behavior can be affecting her grades
Tiffany Rascon grew up in Gilbert, Arizona and is currently studying at the W.P Carey School of Business for her Economics major. Her decision to come to Arizona State University is credited to the fact that her older sister and brother both came to Arizona State University as well. So far, she enjoys the overall experience that Arizona State is offering her. The diversity the campus has within its student body is one of her favorites. She loves meeting people from all different walks of life.
She gets caught passing notes frequently and she is punished appropriately. This behavior is ongoing which means that she is not a rule follower. She does not pay attention to the lessons at hand because her attention is taken up in communicating with her peers. Stephanie does not like to work. She is unable to either keep her desk clean or turn in homework assignments within reasonable time frames. Friendship comes easily to her, but it is usually short lived. Notes: Stephanie loves to interact with classmates but she is not a rule follower. She does not focus on lessons at hand, she does not like to work and her desk is a mess. Friendship comes easy but it does not last.
Currently, Jaikayliah is enrolled in school full-time at Churchland Middle School. In the last three months, Jaikayliah has attended school regularly, but there has been intervention by school administration. Jaikayliah is currently failing math and physical science. She has A's in academic lab and health and physical education. She also has C's in English and US History. Jaikayliah is currently not involved in any school activities, but reports an interest in participating in track. Jaikayliah believes school is beneficial to her and her placement at Churchland Middle School is appropriate. Mr. Wilson reported historically Jaikayliah has done well in school and has never repeated a grade. Jaikayliah has a history of requiring mediation from school officials and being defiant. Her defiance is usually in the form of verbal disrespect or
Thanks very much for your timely feedback and advice. We will spend more time with her and work on her social and communication skills. Please connect me and my wife to the student’s services at Westmount, we would like to talk to them first then talk to Anh before connecting Anh to student services.
This email serves to recap the alarming telephone conversations concerning CSUSB Graduate Counselors, Jayne Archibald and Desiree Jaramillo, who are currently co-facliating a small group at Serrano Middle School. On Friday, February, 26th, Ms. Summers, Program Specialist at Serrano Middle School, called me at approximately to reveal some disturbing information that was disclosed to her in conversations with Jayne and Desiree. Incidents pertaining to another CSUSB Graduate Counselor during the fall quarter, Ms. Summers stated that Jayne and Desiree have been disclosing information all quarter pertaining to the incidents involving another CSUSB Graduate Counselor during the fall quarter. The most recent conversation on Friday, February 26th
The following is a case study of a client by the name of Lydia Sanchez. Lydia has been truant 20 times within the past 3 months. Lydia teacher Ms. Ellis sent a referral to the main office because Lydia came in her classroom smelling like alcohol, and marijuana. Ms. Ellis also noted in the referral that Lydia pushed her when she tried to look inside of her backpack. The principal found cigarettes, and a white water bottle filled with alcohol inside Lydia’s backpack. Ms. Ellis noted in the referral that Lydia has not handed in any assignments this year yet. Ms. Ellis told me that Lydia was a straight a student last year, and that she does not know what has gotten into her. Lydia’s mother Stephanie also called into the school stating that her daughter Lydia needs help, and that she has been dating a 21 year old man for the past 6 months. Stephanie does not know what to do with Lydia anymore, and she is worried that she might drop out of high school.
I would like to introduce you to Lindsay Parsells, who is the monitoring specialist for VMS. Lindsay’s role is to monitor patients and follow protocols when patients fall outside their specific threshold. If you receive a call from Lindsay, please work with her to the patient back on track.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to explain what occurred in the ISS classroom. Unfortunately, I was not aware of these students had conflict with one another. I thought they were friends until today. I understand you may not be unaware of Jazmine current behavior patterns. However, supporting documentation should be in the discipline folder about the ongoing erratic behavior. Some of my co-workers will also give statements how this student fabricates the truth to get her way in the school environment. She usually leaves off campus to avoid the consequence by having someone to pick her up to avoid taking responsibility for her behavior. Her behavior is unacceptable and she continues to boast about her consequences imposed.
I am not in school today, but just read your email and suggest that you, Katey Sue, Mrs. Rhodes and I sit down to talk about this matter. I was not aware that this was an ongoing situation since I no longer work with Frances and I wasn't aware that they even had classes together. I feel that due to the nature of your concerns we should meet face to face. I am including Mrs. Rhodes on this email since I feel she should also hear your concerns.
The girl who was always full of life was now apathetic and I had no idea what to do to help her. All I could think of was to ask how her was doing and if she needed any assistance with her studies. It got to the point where she broke down crying at the most unexpected times. It was difficult to seeing her like this constantly, which was why I finally decided to take action and help her in the best way I could think of. I thought back to where her change in behavior first started occurring. The only reasoning I could come to was that Jenny was exhausted from not taking breaks while continuously studying for her finals. The first step I took to try and help her was by disrupting her studying at a reasonable time to get her to take a break. We still had a few weeks until finals took place, so I know she had the time to relax rather than constantly studying. I went to the place that she studied the most, the library, to see how she was doing. Likewise, she was occupied with her books. The first thing I did was disrupt her in a polite manner to see how long she had been there for. From what I correctly guessed, she had been studying for a few hours without any breaks in
The school year was ending soon and Olivia and I managed to almost make it the whole year without Brooke trying to ruin our friendship. But as the end of the year neared Brooke became more rude and violent. It was the day of the class play, I sadly forgot which play it was, but we were backstage getting into our costumes. Brooke, who I vividly remember playing the tree, was in a horrible mood. She was screaming at everyone and making sure she got her way. Once she realised that Olivia and I were in the play too she was infuriated. She even tried to sabotage Olivia’s costume, hiding it so when she found it her scene would be almost over. Then when the play started she struck. She purposely tried to ruin the play, she trashed the whole backstage then blamed it on Olivia. She should've thought about her “master” plan a little better because there were cameras. The principal had to have an extremely long talk with Brooke, Olivia, and I about what happened. As soon as Mrs. Polly learned that it was Brooke who planned it all just to frame Olivia, she got suspended. When her parents came to pick her up she was livid. She was screaming at us and even tried to hit Olivia. Finally, we thought, she would be gone for a while, but soon we got an even better
First, I would suggest the parent file to a formal complaint about the teachers if they feel the teacher is treating Julia differently than every other student and singling her out. According to Washoe County School District (WCSD) policy, student or parent must fill out the formal student complaint based on allegations of discrimination. The WCSD board policy is specifically connected student issues and parent complaints, not every concern or a complaint is covered under the WCSD policy and procedures. Some complaint have their own policy and procedures to follow.