Looking for a school video to help parents behave like parents that will cover the following topics:
==How to behave as parents/manners
o Parents are the primary educators of their children. Therefore, it is your right and your duty to become the primary role model for the development of your child’s life. Evidence of mutual respect between parents and teachers will model good mature behavior and relationships.
o Parents are expected to read and become thoroughly familiar in good faith with the implementation and enforcement of St. Patrick School policies and procedures as stated in the School Handbook.
o Parents are expected to speak and act in a Christian, positive manner.
o All members of the school community, including parents and family members, are expected to comply with all school rules and policies while on campus and in communications with the school, be respectful, cooperate with the school with respect to all decisions affecting the student, and avoid behavior which disrupts the orderly administration of the school.
o St. Patrick School respects the right of parents to use social media and networking sites, but it is important that personal use does not damage school reputation or that
of any employee. Care must be taken to use good judgment when posting content and information. Information regarding confidential information about any employee, student, or parent should never be posted.
o Parents are always expected to follow the safety rules when school is in session, along with the directions of the Traffic Squad.
o Slow down and obey all traffic laws and speed limits, both in school zones and in neighborhoods surrounding the school.
o Comply with local school drop-off and pick-up procedures for the safety of all children accessing the school.
o Avoid double parking or stopping on crosswalks to let children out of the car. Double parking will block visibility for other children and other motorists. Visibility is further reduced during the rain and fog seasons when condensation forms on car windows.
o Avoid loading or unloading children at locations across the street from the school. This forces youngsters to unnecessarily cross busy streets—often mid-block rather than at a crosswalk.
o Watch for children walking in areas near a school.
o Watch for children arriving late who may dart into the street without looking for traffic.
o Watch for children walking to school when backing up (out of a driveway or leaving).
o If a student needs a cell phone after school due to walking home from school, entering a house where no one is home, or attending sport practices or games, he/she should keep the cell phone in his/her backpack (in the off position) upon arrival in the morning for the entire day. Failure to do so will result in confiscation of the device, which will only be returned to the parent of the student during school hours the following school day.
o Wearable smart devices (ex. Apple watch), are not permitted on campus.
o The school is not responsible for lost or stolen electronic devices/cell phones.
o If a student is found in a position of a cell phone during the school day, the student will be given a warning, suspended on the second offense, with possible expulsion with repeated offenses.
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