Behavior

Behavior

Discipline is considered the foundation of learning in all SABIS® Network schools. Recognizing that fact, SABIS® Network schools have their own Code of Conduct, which is the behavioral mainframe by which each school will carry on its day-to-day operations. The code reflects academic standards and the right for every student to learn in a non-threatening environment. The code further reflects the school's desire to protect each individual's right to deal with violations of safety issues through consequences. SABIS® sees the implementation of such a code as a necessary element of providing a positive school experience for everyone and ensuring that behavior standards are met consistently throughout the community.

Creating high behavioral expectations at IAAC not only leads to a safer school, but also enables all students to feel welcome and safe to focus on learning. IAAC students and parents will sign a contract detailing their respective responsibilities.

 

SABIS® Student Management System

All students are entitled to learn in a positive, well-managed environment. To achieve this goal, all members of the IAAC team work together to create a community of learners.

 

The Director

  • Sets the tone
  • Coaches and mentors staff
  • Makes final decisions regarding discipline

 

The Teachers

  • Have high expectations
  • Teach "discipline"
  • Teach & practice procedures & routines
  • Uphold school rules
  • Practice effective classroom management
  • Act as role models

 

The Student Life Coordinator

  • Establishes the culture
  • Motivates students & gets them involved
  • Adds an objective and positive perspective
  • Is a key player

 

The Student Management Coordinator

  • Helps students want to be good
  • Understands that positive consequences are as important as negative ones
  • Knows that being proactive is an effective prevention tool
  • Understands that talking with students is crucial to changing behavior

 

The Students

  • Become good citizens
  • Are part of the "WE" culture
  • Get involved

 

The Parents

  • Are informed of school's expectations
  • Accept school priorities (academics)
  • Support school philosophy

 

The Student Management Team

  • Helps create a community of learners
  • Monitors behavior
  • Follows up & assigns consequences
  • Maintains behavior records
  • Communicates with parents

 

IAAC Anti-Bullying Policy

IAAC 2015-16 Uniform Policy

IAAC Student Parent Handbook

 

International Academy of Atlantic City Charter School

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