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Ben Bolt Middle School

Welcome Back
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Bobby Galvan

on 9 August 2016

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Transcript of Ben Bolt Middle School

WELCOME BACK
BEN BOLT MIDDLE SCHOOL
#1 BE PREPARED...

“GO FOR THE GOLD...NO EXCUSES JUST PRODUCE.”


HAVE A VISION AND A PLAN
AFTER SCHOOL DETENTION WILL START NO LATER THAN 3:30 PM AND END NO LATER THAN 4:30 PM.
NO AFTER SCHOOL DETENTION WILL BE ASSIGNED ON FRIDAYS.
AFTER DETENTION, STUDENTS MAY PARTICIPATE IN AFTER SCHOOL PRACTICE AND ATTEND OR PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES.
DETENTION HALL
WARNING/WRITTEN REPRIMAND
AFTER SCHOOL OR LUNCH D-HALL
ISS
RESTORATIVE DISCIPLINE
CORPORAL PUNISHMENT
SATURDAY SCHOOL
SUSPENSION
DAEP
EXPULSION
OFFENSES AND CONSEQUENCES BY LEVEL
1-3 TARDIES=MINOR CONSEQUENCES AT THE DISCRETION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR (MAY BE AFTER SCHOOL D-HALL OR LUNCH D-HALL)
4 TARDIES=1 DAY IN ISS

NOTE: DOCUMENT TARDIES AND BE CONSISTENT!
TARDINESS
$15.00 recovery fee
If the student refuses to give up the cell phone or the electronic device, the student will be placed in ISS.
The district is NOT responsible for damage or loss of confiscated items.
CONSEQUENCES FOR CELL PHONES
Students are not permitted to possess such items as cell phones, personal laptops with internet, ipads,MP3 players, radios, CD players, tape recorders, camcorders, DVD players, cameras or electronic devices or games at school, during the course of the school day.
Teachers will collect the item and turn it into the principal’s office.
The principal will determine whether to return the item at the end of the school day or whether the parent will be contacted to pick up the item.
CELL PHONE GUIDELINES
THE ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF ARE DELEGATED THE AUTHORITY TO ADMINISTER THE STANDARDS OF PROPER STUDENT GROOMING.
SPIRIT SHIRTS ARE ALLOWED EVERYDAY.
COLLARED SHIRTS MUST BE NAVY, ROYAL, GRAY, OR WHITE. SHIRTS WITH 3 BY 3 LOGOS ARE ALLOWED.
CAPRIS ARE ALLOWED FOR THE GIRLS
BOYS=FACIAL HAIR,LONG HAIR, NO DESIGNS IN HAIR, TORN JEANS, NO EARRINGS AND LOW PANTS
GIRLS=Minimal highlights of a natural tone are allowed, LOW CUT SHIRTS,AND TORN JEANS
STUDENT DRESS AND GROOMING
A MINIMUM OF TEN DAILY GRADES AND THREE TEST GRADES ARE REQUIRED FOR SIX WEEKS PROGRESS REPORT.
THEN, A MINIMUM OF ONE DAILY GRADE PER WEEK FOR WEEKS 7, 8, & 9.
GRADING POLICY
CODE RED
-ALL DOORS CLOSED AND LOCKED.
-BELLS WILL NOT RING
-TEACHERS ON CONFERENCE TIME WILL REPORT TO THE OFFICE.
-IN CLASS, TEACHERS WILL NOTE WHICH STUDENTS ARE OUT OF THE ROOM (STAY IN THE CLASSROOM).
-REVIEW CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN (Check your emails)
EMERGENCY LOCKDOWN
CLASSROOM LIST
SEATING CHART (grade book)
BELL SCHEDULE
DETAILED ASSIGNMENTS
STUDENTS SUB. CAN TRUST
SUBSTITUTE FOLDER WITH THIS INFORMATION WILL BE FILED IN THE PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE.
HELPFUL INFO. FOR THE SUBSTITUTE
CALL ANNA CHARLES BEFORE 9:00 PM 660-9806 (CELL) THE DAY BEFORE, OR
IN THE MORNING CALL ANNA CHARLES BETWEEN 5:30 AM AND 6:00 AM.
In the case of an emergency, all teachers must have a minimum of 3 days of lessons planned for each preparation on file in the office by September 9th
The lesson plans may not contain instructions to watch a movie or other media unless there is direct link to your curriculum.
Absence from Duty Forms must be filled out in the office.
If you have to leave the campus for any reason during the school day, you will need to sign-out in the office.
ABSENCE FROM DUTY
TEACHER EVALUATIONS
8TH GRADE CLASS SPONSORS
TEACHERS ON DUTY SHOULD BE AT THEIR ASSIGNED AREAS BY 7:25 AM FOR MORNING DUTY.
TEACHERS ON DUTY SHOULD REPORT TO THEIR ASSIGNED AREAS AS SOON AS THE BELL RINGS FOR AFTER SCHOOL DUTY.
HALL DUTY
4TH GRADE 36
5TH GRADE 33
6TH GRADE 47
7TH GRADE 42
8TH GRADE 38


TOTAL STUDENTS = 196
2016-2017 MS ENROLLMENT

NEW TEACHERS AND MENTORS 2016-17

4th Grade
IRMA LEAL CYNTHIA BARRERA

5th Grade
ESTELLA GARZA SONDRA MUNGIA

7TH/8TH GRADE
KATHY PEREZ LIZ KALINEC
BRADLY LEE SYLVIA DELGADO

ALL LEVEL P. E.
PRISCILLA VELASQUEZ JOSE GARCIA
KYLE VAUGHN JOSE GARCIA

BAND
VERONICA BAZALDUA SAMMY POSADA

ISS
MARKUS SANDERS JOSE GARCIA


BEN BOLT MIDDLE SCHOOL
GO FOR THE GOLD!
2016-2017
WELCOME BACK!

TEACH BELL TO BELL
NO FOOD, DRINKS, OR GUM IN THE CLASSROOM (ONLY BOTTLED WATER)
DRESS PROFESSIONALLY
REQUIRE STUDENTS TO FOLLOW THE DRESS CODE
MOVIES, VIDEOS, AND GAMES MUST BE LINKED TO TEKS, JUSTIFIED IN LESSON PLANS, AND MUST BE “SCHOOL APPROPRIATE”
ELECTRONIC DEVICES (EX. IPODS, MP3 PLAYERS, CELL PHONES, LAPTOPS) MAY NOT BE USED BY STUDENTS DURING THE SCHOOL HOURS
CHECK EMAIL TWICE A DAY
FINAL NOTES

NOTE MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN 3 SCHOOL DAYS
SATURDAY SCHOOL
TRUANCY PREVENTION MEASURES
SUMMER SCHOOL
EXCESSIVE ABSENCES
BOOKS MUST BE COVERED BY THE STUDENT.
NAMES AND BOOK NUMBERS MUST BE DOCUMENTED.
ANY STUDENT FAILING TO RETURN A BOOK ISSUED BY THE SCHOOL SHALL LOSE THE RIGHT TO HAVE FREE TEXTBOOKS UNTIL THE BOOK IS RETURNED OR PAID FOR BY THE PARENT.
A STUDENT WILL BE PROVIDED TEXTBOOKS FOR USE AT SCHOOL DURING THE SCHOOL DAY.
TEXTBOOKS
TEACHERS WILL GO OVER HANDBOOK WITH STUDENTS ON THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL.
MR. GALVAN AND COUNSELOR WILL GO OVER HANDBOOK WITH STUDENTS DURING A GENERAL SESSION.
REMIND STUDENTS TO BRING SIGNED FORMS TO SCHOOL.
STUDENT HANDBOOK
1. Treat everyday like Christmas.

2. There's room for everyone on the nice list.

3. The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.
CODE OF THE ELVES
NEW TEACHERS AND MENTORS
GO FOR THE GOLD
Students that are loved at home come to school to learn. Students that are not loved at home come to school to be loved.
HAVE A GREAT YEAR!
VICTORIA CHAPA, SCHOOL NURSE
Medicine at School
BALDINA GONZALEZ, CAMPUS COORDINATOR
ACE PROGRAM
Lend your supportive words in private.
Listen and get the facts
Praise the student for their courage
Ask the student what he or she needs to feel safe
Communicate with colleagues and principal about the bullying incident
Explore how the student's parents may be of support to them.
BULLYING/CYBER-BULLYING
SCHOOL COUNSELOR
SCHOOL SECRETARY
ANNA CHARLES
CAMPUS BASED 9-WEEK ASSESSMENT
MARIA VALVERDE
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