Mrs. Robson's American Revolution Book Tasting
January 13, 2014 | By Shannon Hyman | Impressions: 135 |
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KES Faculty Handbook Table of Contents Page Number Forward HCPS Mission and Vision Statements KES Mission and Vision Statements History of KES Assessments Attendance Procedures Student Teacher and other Staff Bookkeeping Receipting Purchasing Reimbursement Budget Process Bulletin Boards/Hallway Displays Building and Grounds Cafeteria Procedures Expectations Cell Phones Child Abuse Clinic/Health Services Committees Communication Copyright Laws and Fair Use Guidelines Computer Software Core Content and Contact Personnel for 2014-15 school year Crisis Intervention/Crisis Plan Cumulative Folders Denial of Permission Forms Discipline Dismissal Procedures Early Dismissal Dress Code Student Teacher and Staff Electronics- student owned Energy Conservation (LEED School Features) Evacuation Instruction Evacuation Plans Evaluations Faculty Meetings Field Trips Food Policy Fundraising Grades and Grading Practices Guidelines for Organizing Grade book in PowerSchool Grade Level Meetings Homework Instructional Planning (Lesson Plans) and Materials Instructional Videos Intervention Team Keys Library Learning Commons
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS SUBJECT PAGE HCPS MISSION STATEMENT 1 LETTER FROM PRINCIPAL 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 ATTENDANCE 3 CAFETERIA 4 CLINIC/HEALTH SERVICES 6 CODE OF CONDUCT 8 COMMUNICATION 8 DRESS CODE 8 EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSING 10 EXPENSES 10 FOOD PLAN 11 HOMEWORK 11 INSTRUCTIONAL/RESOURCE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES 12 LOST AND FOUND 12 MINUTE OF SILENCE 13 PARTIES/TREATS/GIFTS 14 PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS 14 PTA 14 SAFETY AND SECURITY 15 SOLICITATION/FUND RAISING 15 SPECIAL ACTIVITIES/ASSEMBLIES 15 STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT (Grades and Report Card) 16 TESTING 16 TRANSPORTATION 18 VISITORS/GUESTS/PARENT VOLUNTEERS 19 MISCELLANEOUS 20 TRANSPORTATION CHANGE FORM 21 HANDBOOK SIGNATURE RETURN PAGE 22
The 3rd grade students have completed research on famous individuals from throughout history. They used the information they found to write speeches, create costumes & props, and become part of a living wax museum.