Wilson ES

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    DoDEA GradeSpeed
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    Global IT Help Desk - (DoDEA Employees)
    Global IT Help Desk
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    GA/AL MLA - Teacher Master Labor Agreement
    GA/AL MLA
    Teacher Master Labor Agreement
    AFGE MLA (GA/AL) - AFGE Master Labor Agreement
    AFGE MLA (GA/AL)
    AFGE Master Labor Agreement

    Grooming and Dress

    Students are encouraged to take pride in their dress and conduct. All students are expected to dress neatly. Clothing should be appropriate, comfortable and not embarrassing or distracting to others. Students must observe and maintain healthy personal hygiene. Grooming is discouraged during class time. Students shall be required to dress appropriately in accordance with the following requirements to maintain social standards appropriate to a proper learning atmosphere. The following are minimal expectations for dress:

    Accessories
    • No student shall wear sunglasses indoors unless proper medical certification is presented. Sunglasses not medically required may be confiscated.
    • Jewelry should be kept to a minimum.
    • It is strongly recommended that long dangling earrings not be worn to school for safety reasons.

    Clothing
    • Attire advertising drugs, alcohol, sex, signifying gang involvement or affiliation are prohibited.
    • Attire should neither be excessively loose or tight-fitting.
    • Shorts, skirts, skorts and dresses must reach the end of the wearer's finger tips when arms are straightened loosely along sides or no higher than mid-thigh.
    • Cropped/halter tops (no bare midriffs), sheer and spaghetti-strap clothing that reveal an excess amount of bare skin is prohibited.
    • Tank tops and other revealing types of athletic shirts should not be worn.
    • Clothes should be neat and clean.

    Footwear
    • Shoes must be worn at all times.
    • Sandals may be worn provided they are safe and will not pose a hazard for the student.
    • Students should plan to wear tennis shoes or other athletic footwear when possible on Physical Education days.
    • We strongly recommend that tennis shoes/athletic footwear be worn at all times.

    Hair
    • Hairstyles must not impair sight or prevent adults from seeing the student's eyes.
    • Dyed hair is prohibited (i.e., green, red, yellow, purple, etc.).
    • Hairstyles may not be outrageous or excessive.

    Hats and Headwear
    • No hats or head coverings are permitted in the building or classrooms. This includes headwear such as bandannas.
    • Hats are permissible on the playground. Students should hand carry hats for wear during recess to the cafeteria.
    • Exceptions are to be approved by the principal or the designee
    Table of Contents
    Absence Procedures/Tardy Policy
     
    Arrival/Dismissal Times and Procedures
     
    Attendance Policy
     
    Books and Materials
     
    Bully Prevention
     
    Campus Safety
     
    Classroom Environment
     
    Discipline and Behavior Management
     
    Emergency Procedures
     
    Grading and Report Card Procedures
     
    Homework
     
    Internet Rights and Responsibilities for Students, Staff and Volunteers
     
    Parent Communication
     
    Playground Policy
     
    Scooters, Skateboards and Skate Shoes
     
    Student Conduct
     
    Student Records and Information
     
    Study (Field) Trips
     
    Telephone Messages
     
    Visitors and Volunteers
     
    Withdrawals and Transfers
    Our Mission

    To educate, engage, and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.

    Our Vision 

    To serve the needs of Our Military's Children so that they will excel in learning and life.

    Goal 1

    By June of 2014, all students will solve mathematical tasks and demonstrate their mathematical thinking and reasoning by using problem-solving strategies as measured by the Problem Solving rubric, Terra Nova 3rd Edition Scholastic Math Inventory.

    Goal 2

    By June 2014, all students will improve reading comprehension using the strategies matching readers to appropriate text and through use of explicit fluency instruction as measured by age appropriate quarterly assessments including the BAS Reading List (K), the BAS Fluency assessment and rubrics (grades 1–5), the Scholastic Reading Inventory (grades 3-5), and the Terra Nova, 3rd Edition (grades 3-5).