Classroom Commitment

Student

I promise to:

    Be the leader in my own learning Attend school every day possible Be on time for school Pay attention in class Obey and respect my teachers and all adults at school Abide by the W.D. Williams Positive Behavior Intervention Support Procedures
    Complete all class and homework assignments on time Show my parents/guardians all school communication the day it is given to me and return when due. Communicate with my teachers whenever I have school problems either academic or personal. Give my best effort at all times Never give up!

Parent

We (I) promise to:

    Make sure my child attends school every day possible and arrives before 7:50 AM. Expect my child will listen in class Expect my child to respect rightful authority Review and support the W.D. Williams Positive Behavior Intervention Support Procedures
    Spend time with our (my) child reading and making sure assignments are completed each school night Read all school communication then sign and return if necessary. Communicate with our (my) child’s teachers whenever we (I) have concerns either academic or personal.

Teacher

I promise to:

    Regard every child as able, valuable, and responsible Care for every child in his/her individual development both academically and personally. Maintain high expectations for every child’s academic performance and personal behavior. Maintain communication with parents whenever I have concerns either academic or social. Treat every child and parent with dignity and respect. Create the educational foundation for continued growth Insure that all students feel physically safe and emotionally secure

Anti-Bullying Pledge

We believe that everybody should enjoy our school equally. They should feel safe, secure, and accepted regardless of color, race, gender, popularity, athletic ability, intelligence, religion, or nationality.

Bullying can be pushing, shoving, hitting, and spitting; as well as name calling, picking on, making fun of, laughing at, and excluding someone. Bullying causes pain and stress. It is never justified or excusable as “kids being kids”, “just teasing”, or any other rationalization.

We agree to:
    Value student’s differences Not becoming involved with bullying or be a bully Report honestly and immediately all incidents of bullying to a teacher or staff member.