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Rota MS/HS

Policies & Procedures

Student Behavioral Expectations

Be the BEST!

  • B e prepared for school every day with all materials and resources needed for class.
  • E xpect to be challenged and learn something new every day.
  • S tudy daily and ensure that you are actively engaged in the learning process.
  • T reat the school, yourself, and others with dignity and respect and take responsibility for your actions.

Appearance/Dress Code

Boys and girls are expected to be neat and clean in appearance and wear clothing that is acceptable to the community. The weather here can be hot, damp, rainy, and often windy as well. It is imperative that parents send their children to school dressed in clothing that is appropriate for these weather conditions. For Physical Education classes, all students are required to wear athletic shoes and clothing appropriate for gym. Dress should be in accordance with the Student/Parent Handbook. The link to download the full document for your perusal offline is located on the right link bar.

Discipline

It is important that all children feel safe at school. It is a policy of DoDDS that discipline be maintained consistently and appropriately. We encourage students to grow in self-control, develop a sense of regard for themselves and their fellow students, and have pride in their school community. Students have the responsibility for conducting themselves in a manner that does not violate the rights of other people. Students are expected to display appropriate behavior at all times while at school. IUS students are generally very well behaved; however, at no time will the behaviors listed in Appendix A, Discipline Policy Table of Consequences, be tolerated at IUS.

Arrival at School

Middle/high school students should not arrive to school prior to 07:45. There is no supervision for students on school grounds before 07:45 and after 15:30, unless a student is participating in a pre-arranged, adult supervised activity.

School Visits

Parents are welcomed and encouraged to visit classrooms. As a security precaution, visitors are required to report to the office as soon as they arrive to sign in and obtain a visitor's pass. In order to minimize classroom interruptions, please notify the teacher in advance of your visit when possible.

DoDEA Mission

The DoDEA Mission is to Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world. 

ROTA MHS Vision Statement

We empower all students at DGF ROTA MHS to learn to their maximum potential and to become productive, responsible members of a dynamic, global society. All stakeholders are committed to providing a rigorous, standards-based curriculum in a nurturing and safe environment. 

School Improvement Goals

Goal 1:  All students will increase their proficiency in Critical Reading through improvement in Annotating the text in all content areas. 

Goal 2:  All students will increase their proficiency in Math Problem Solving through use of Non-Linguistic Organizers in all content areas.