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									Robert Gray Middle School                     This planner belongs to:
     Student Handbook &
   Student Management Plan
           2012-13
   www.pps.net/schools/gray                        If you find it, please take it to the office.
        503-916-5676

        Regular Bell Schedule                        Late Start/PBIS Schedule
   Breakfast Bell          8:50                    Breakfast Bell            10:50
   Entrance Bell           9:07                    Entrance Bell             11:07
   Warning Bell            9:13                    Warning Bell              11:13
   1st                     9:15-10:15              PBIS                      11:15-11:50
   2nd                     10:19-11:15             1st                       11:50-12:20
   3rd                     11:19-12:15             2nd                       12:24-12:55
   Lunch                   12:15-12:45             Lunch                     12:55-1:25
   4th                     12:49-1:45              3rd                       1:29-2:00
   5th                     1:49-2:45               4th                       2:04-2:35
   6th                     2:49-3:45               5th                       2:39-3:10
                                                   6th                       3:14-3:45


          Assembly Schedule                        School Celebration Schedule
   Breakfast Bell          8:50                    Breakfast Bell            8:50
   Entrance Bell           9:07                    Entrance Bell             9:07
   Warning Bell            9:13                    Warning Bell              9:13
   1st                     9:15-9:20               1st                       9:15-10:06
   Assembly                9:25-10:15              2nd                       10:10-10:58
   1st                     10:20-11:05             3rd                       11:02-11:50
   2nd                     11:09-11:54             Lunch                     11:50-12:20
   3rd                     11:58-12:43             4th                       12:24-1:12
   Lunch                   12:43-1:13              5th                       1:16-2:04
   4th                     1:17-2:07               6th                       2:08-2:56
   5th                     2:11-2:56               Celebration               2:56-3:45
   6th                     3:00-3:45

 Main Office Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm          Student Supervision Hours: From breakfast
                                               bell to the end of the day bell. After school
 Teacher Hours: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
                                               supervision is only in school-sponsored
 School Hours: 9:15 am – 3:45 pm               activities.


         Visit www.pps.net/schools/gray for school information.

Student Handbook 2012-13                 Page #1                       Robert Gray Middle School
                           RGMS Student Management Plan

   Area               BE SAFE                  BE RESPECTFUL                 BE RESPONSIBLE
              *Walk at all times            *Clean up your area and       *Turn lunch money in first
              *Keep food and drink on        throw all trash away          thing in the morning, not
               your table                    before you or your            in the lunch line
              *Be aware of your              group leaves the table       *Go only to open lunch
               surroundings                 *Respect others’ food          areas (cafeteria, non-
              *Enter and exit through       *Place recyclables in          classroom halls, SUN
               propped open doors only       proper containers             Room, classrooms with
 Cafeteria
              *Be patient and courteous     *Treat others as they would    teachers’ permission,
               in line & in the kitchen      like to be treated. Maybe     outside, gym on rainy days
              *Report spills to staff to     they don’t want to play      *Keep food out of the
               avoid slips and falls         today!                        library and gym and away
              *Place only food and plates   *Use appropriate voice         from computers
               in the microwave              volume and language

              *Use bleachers, benches,      *Show good                     *Be a team player and
               and chairs appropriately      sportsmanship                  encourage others
              *Use equipment for its        *Return equipment to          * Dress in PE clothes for
               intended purpose              designated area                class; leave school clothes
   Gym        *Do not eat, drink, or chew   *Respect others’ personal       in locker room lockers
               gum in this area              space and property           * Leave school and
                                                                            personal items in your
                                                                            regular locker

              *Keep hands and feet to       *No food or drink in the      *Speak in hushed tones
               yourself                      library unless it is a       *Print only what is needed
              *Use chairs and tables         special occasion             *Return materials to
  Library      appropriately                *Use computers for             proper places on time
              *Walk at all times             academic purposes only       *Remember to bring a
                                            *Respect others’ property      pass during classes

              *Watch your speed             *Be quiet during class        *Use kind words and actions
              *Keep hands and feet to        time when in the halls       *Move to class on time
               self                         *Keep moving during           *Sign in and out on the log
 Hallways     *Stay towards the right        passing time and go           sheet during class time
                                             directly to your              when in the hall
                                             destination

              *Keep hands and feet to       *State your purpose           *Respect the privacy of
                yourself                     politely                      others
   Main       * Ask friends to wait         *Obtain permission to         *Use kind words and actions
   Office       outside                      use the telephone            *Use appropriate voice
                                                                           volume and language




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    Area                BE SAFE                  BE RESPECTFUL                 BE RESPONSIBLE
               *Walk bikes, scooters, and     *Respect others’ personal *Use kind words and actions
                skateboards on school          space and property         *Yield right of way to
  Bicycles      grounds and sidewalks         *Ask for and receive         walkers
   Skates      *Wear helmets                   permission before touching *Be alert when walking in
  Scooters     *Secure bicycles                someone else’s property     the bus area
  Walking                                                                 *Board only busses you
                                                                           have permission to be on

               *Stay on school side of        *Be patient and courteous *Use kind words and actions
                yellow line                    while waiting in line       * Follow all district bus rules
               *Keep hands and feet to        *Follow staff directions the *Use the phone before
  Bus Area
                yourself                       first time they are given     school gets out so you
                                                                             don’t hold up the bus

               *Stay within school            *Eat and drink in            *Use supportive language
                 boundaries and designated     designated areas only        when playing games
                 play areas                   *Return all equipment to     *Solve conflicts positively
 Playground    *Keep hands and feet to self    playground monitors          *Request adult assistance
               * Be aware of your             *Let all students participate when needed.
                 surroundings                  in activities               *Use kind words and actions

               *Keep hands and feet to        *Respect property           *Use internet productively
                 yourself                     *Do not eat, drink, or chew   and only for academic
               *Walk at all times              gum in this area             purposes
  Computer     * Learn and follow school                                  *Print only what is needed
    Lab          Internet safety policies                                 *Report technical difficulties
                                                                            to the teacher
                                                                          *Use equipment properly
                                                                          .
              *Keep hands and feet to         *Focus on the               *Sit quietly with feet on
               yourself                        presentation                 floor during presentations
 Assemblies / *Wait for class dismissal       *Follow directions of       *Respond and applaud
Special Events instructions and follow         presenters                   appropriately
               them                           *Stay with your class
                                               throughout the event
               *Walk at all times             *Use school-appropriate     *Take one stair at a time
               *Avoid horseplay & other        language and voice         *Stay to the right when
    Stairs
                unsafe activities              volume                       going up or down stairs


                              SCHOOL RULES APPLY
              • On school grounds                  • In school
              • On the bus & at the bus stop       • At SUN School
              • On the way to school               • On the way home from school
                             • At all school-sponsored events

Student Handbook 2012-13                       Page #3                      Robert Gray Middle School
                                  RGMS Student Management Plan
                                             Policies

NOTE: These school policies supplement the district-published policies, rules and procedures. Parents
will be provided with the District Rights & Responsibilities Handbook and information. Additional staff
procedures can be found in the RGMS Staff Handbook.

ATTENDANCE                          BACKPACKS                             BUY, SELL, BORROW,
 Regular and prompt attendance         Backpacks, bags and purses         TRADE, LEND, GIVE
is very important to school         must be left lockers from the            When students buy, sell,
success. The district autodialer    time students enter the halls until   borrow, lend, trade or give away
will call home to report absent     the time they take their stuff to     possessions at school, they risk
students if the school does not     leave school. Exceptions to this      having a problem when it comes
receive notification.               policy require administrator          time to get the items back.
 When a student is absent, a        permission.                           Students are prohibited from
parent or guardian needs to                                               these activities at school.
submit an excuse:                   BARE SKIN &
   Call the school                 UNDERGARMENTS                         CHASING
   Email secretary Peggy               Staff will help students             Students often fool around
     Bruce at pbruce@pps.net        develop appropriate dressing          taking each other’s things,
   Send a note to the school       habits for school. Whether it is      resulting in chasing, which is
   Parents who need to pick up      shorts too short, too much            unsafe. Please leave your hands
their student early should          cleavage, or showing of mid-          off others’ possessions and ask
notify the main office in           section or torso to an overly-        for help getting things back
advance if the student will need    revealing extreme, staff will         rather than chasing.
to leave in a hurry, otherwise it   redirect students to appropriate
could take a few minutes to         schoolwear in a manner that           DISPLAY OF AFFECTION
locate the student. Students        saves face, is not embarrassing,         Hugging, holding hands,
may only leave with their own       and gets results. Students are        touching, and other public
parents/guardians unless the        expected to comply and may            displays of affection are not
office has permission from the      need to call home for appropriate     appropriate during class time.
other students’ parents.            clothing, or tie up sagging pants.    Kissing is never allowed in
                                                                          school. Dancing must be
AWARDS                              BULLYING                              appropriate during school
  Anyone can earn the                   Bullying is not allowed in        celebrations.
Community Service Award by          any form. You may not call
keeping the log and turning it      names, bug, pester, torment,          ELECTRONIC DEVICES
in at the end of the year.          threaten, intimidate, or verbally        From 8:50-9:07 and from
Students who exceed on the          abuse another student either in       lunch bell to lunch bell, students
OAKS reading or math tests          person, online, or through a text     may use their devices freely. Use
will be awarded the President’s     message. Telling a person to          of handhelds in the classrooms is
Award. Other awards include         STOP is the first step to             only with teacher’s permission.
attendance (perfect or almost       resolving bullying. If it keeps       Only take pictures or videos if
perfect), honor roll (3.5-4.0       happening, students should get        everyone in them says it is OK.
GPA), citizenship and               help from a school adult.             When students lose electronics,
recognition of outstanding                                                we will help get them back but
accomplishments.                                                          we are not responsible for them.



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FIGHTING                            GIFTS                             LANGUAGE
    Fighting is not allowed on          Balloons, flowers and other        It is important to use
the way to or from school, on       items are a distraction in        appropriate language at school.
school grounds, or at any           classrooms and are not allowed.   Swear words are not acceptable
school-sponsored event. This        Please do not have them           anywhere. Cool down before you
includes running toward where       delivered to school as they will  say anything if you are upset.
you think there is a fight,         be held in the main office until  Words that sound like swear
watching, cheering, taking          6th period or go in the student’s words are also not allowed. If
pictures or videos, or doing        locker. Balloons may not be       what you are saying even sounds
anything else to encourage or       taken on school buses.            like swear words, or is meant to
record a fight.                                                       be abusive, it will be treated as
    Self-defense does not mean      GUM                               such. Staff will verbally correct
not hitting, kicking, punching,         Chewing gum is allowed at     students as to the appropriateness
scratching or doing anything        with the exception of in the      of time and place of utterance of
back to the person who hit first    library, computer labs, and gym, profanity when it occurs.
It means running away to go get     which should all be gum free. It However, should a student direct
help. Unless you have to make       goes in the garbage can when the profanity at a school adult, it
contact because there is no other   chewer is finished, of course.    becomes a much more serious
choice, you will be suspended       Teachers may prohibit students    issue.
for fighting.                       from chewing gum in class.
                                                                      LEAVING SCHOOL
GANGS                               HATS, HOODS & HEAD                     Once students arrive on the
     For safety, students may       COVERINGS                         school grounds, they must stay
not wear, display, bring to             Hats and head coverings       until school ends unless signed
school or have present in           should stay in lockers during the out by a parent or guardian, or
books or notebooks anything         day except at lunch time. Hoods have permission from the main
related to gangs.                   need to remain down.              office.
     Tattoos or drawings of gang
symbols may not be displayed        HORSEPLAY                          LOCKERS
where anyone else can see them.          Physical contact done in jest     Students are assigned a
Flashing or displaying gang         is a normal and important part of  locker each year and should keep
signs or anything like them is      adolescence. However, horseplay    the combination a secret. Ask in
strictly prohibited. Creating       in school can result in students   the office if you need help
gangs or cults, even just for       getting bullied or hurt. Please    opening the locker or to change
play, is strictly prohibited.       keep your hands and feet to        partners. Lockers are the
     We understand that most        yourself.                          property of the school district,
students select clothing items                                         and are under control of the
because they like the style, not    LIGHTERS & MATCHES                 school. If a staff member has a
because they want to be                 Matches or lighters are not    reasonable suspicion that a
identified as a gang member.        allowed at school. If you          student has brought a prohibited
Our goal is to teach you what is    accidently bring matches or a      item to school, the school may
appropriate for school and to       lighter to school, turn them in to search the student, a locker, or
keep everyone safe. Please          the office right away to avoid     other assigned storage areas.
come to school wearing only         discipline. Students face Felony Student items are stored at the
appropriate clothing.               One arson charges and expulsion students’ own risk. Items left out
     Stay far away from gangs       from school when they create a     in halls, classrooms and other
and anything they do. Gangs         flame and damage anything,         places are still the responsibility
only equal trouble!                 however minor. All fire play will of the student.
                                    be reported to the police.

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MEDICATIONS                         PROHIBITED ITEMS                    THEFT
    When students need any kind     Students may NOT bring these             Please be very careful with
of medication at school, a parent   to school or on the bus for any     all of your things. The school and
or guardian must fill out a form    reason:                             district take no responsibility or
and send the medicine in its         • Drugs, alcohol or tobacco        liability for loss or damage to
original container. This is an       • Weapons of any kind              iPods, cell phones, bikes, glasses,
Oregon state law. This includes        including knives and squirt or   calculators, books, binders and
medicines that don’t need              toy guns                         other belongings. Non-school
prescriptions. All medications       • Fireworks, explosives, stink     items should be left at home.
must be taken to the main office       bombs, pepper sprays, and        Students who are found to have
right away and given to a              other gasses                     another student’s property may
secretary or the school nurse.       • Matches, lighters, or other      be disciplined and serious thefts
Medications can’t be kept with         things that make flames          may be reported to the police.
students, including cough drops,     • Laser lights                     Turn in items you find to the
so be sure to turn them in. You      • Hand cuffs                       office rather than keeping them.
may not give any kinds of
medications to other students.    RUNNING                               THREATS
                                      Students should walk in               If you say you will kill or
NOISE                             order to be safe inside the           hurt someone, bring weapons or
   It’s easy to get excited, but  school building. In the gym and       bombs to school, or do other
noises like screaming and yelling outside, running safely means         violent things, you will get in a
are probably not appropriate in   being aware of the area, never        lot of trouble. If you know
most places in school. Students   tripping anyone, and only             students that talk about violence,
need to learn when and where      chasing in wide open areas,           seem to really be into guns or
loud and high-pitched noises are such as the field.                     other weapons, or have made
acceptable.                                                             threats, be sure to tell an adult
                                  SKIPPING CLASS                        who can get some help.
PANTSING AND OTHER                    Students must be in the
PRIVATES                          assigned classroom during class       VANDALISM
   “Pantsing” another student or time unless the teacher has given          Vandalism means destroying
in any way touching or striking   direct permission to be               or messing up something that is
another student’s privates is     somewhere else. In that case,         not yours. This includes throwing
never allowed. These offenses     stay in that location until given     paper wads or other items around
may be considered sexual abuse permission to go elsewhere.              the restrooms, writing on the
or assault and may result in                                            walls or scraping off paint,
serious consequences.             TARDINESS                             writing on textbooks or tearing
                                      Students are expected to get      out pages.
PERFUME & COLOGNE                 to school and class on time. We
    Some people are allergic to   know that this may not always be      VISITORS
perfume and cologne. Spraying     possible, but we expect students          Students are not allowed to
them in school or on the bus is   will try their hardest. Teachers      have visitors or shadows. All
against the rules and can cause   many report students who are          school visitors must report to the
asthma attacks, which can be      tardy frequently to class so that     office to be checked in. They will
fatal! Even wearing heavy         we can problem solve to correct       be given a visitor badge that they
amounts can cause breathing       the situation and use                 must wear until they check out in
problems in sensitive people.     consequences as needed for            the office.
                                  students needing reinforcement
                                  to change their behavior.

Student Handbook 2012-13                        Page #6                       Robert Gray Middle School
                                   RGMS Student Management Plan
                                      Consequences & Responses

NOTE: These school policies supplement the district-published policies, rules and procedures. Parents
and staff will be provided with the District Rights & Responsibilities Handbook. Additional information
can be found on the RGMS website at www.pps.net.schools/gray.

CONSEQUENCES FOR                      CALLS & EMAILS                      CONFISCATION
MISBEHAVIOR:                          HOME                                    At times, staff will
    Punishment for student                Teachers and school staff       confiscate prohibited or
misbehaviors is rarely effective      may contact parents if a            hazardous items from
and often worsens student             student engages in problem          students. This includes cell
behaviors. Adolescents need           behaviors, especially if they       phones and other electronics
interventions to learn how to         are not improving after             that are being used at
replace these behaviors.              warnings and interventions.         inappropriate times. They
   Punishment consists of                                                 will give these items to the
forced activities that are            DETENTIONS                          main office to hold until the
meant to produce discomfort.             There are times when             end of the day, or parents
These include writing                 detention can help students         may be required to come get
sentences repeatedly, sitting         learn new and better                them.
and doing nothing, etc., and          behaviors and make up lost
should be avoided.                    school time.                        REMOVAL FROM
Intervention consists of                 Lunch detentions may             CLASS or AREA
giving students the                   happen in teachers’                     Students have the right to
opportunity to read, respond,         classrooms and will be              an education, but teachers
work, talk, problem solve,            assigned and monitored by           and other students are
learn, grow and change.               the detaining teacher.              entitled to be able to engage
                                      Appropriate activities must         in classroom instruction
ARGUING & OTHER                       be provided. Students will be       without a lot of outbursts,
RESPONSES                             given at least ten minutes to       silliness, and other distracting
   When students are being            go out and run around. Lunch        behaviors. Teachers may
managed for inappropriate             may be consumed in                  remove students from class
behavior, arguing, talking            teachers’ classrooms.               when they are getting in the
back, defiance and other                 After-school detentions          way of the class learning.
responses may only make the           may be held from 3:50-4:45              Removal options include
problem worse. Students               pm. Students will be taken          having a student wait outside
need to learn to approach             through a problem-solving           the classroom to be
adults at times and in                activity by the adult/s present     counseled by the teacher, call
manners that will help them           in the detention.                   for an escort to the main
develop helpful responses.                                                office for a more serious
   Students with impulse              PRIVILEGE LOSS                      discussion, or sending the
control problems need to                 Policies on things like          student to another pre-
learn skills to prevent               allowing gum chewing create         arranged classroom for a time
outbursts. Counseling and             privileges for students. These      out. Students will not be left
other mental health services          can be lost any time if             alone or in other classrooms
can help.                             students are unable to follow       for very long, and they will
                                      the rules.                          have reentry expectations.


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PROBLEM SOLVERS                         DISCIPLINE REFERRAL                       EXPULSION
   Students may be required                For students whose                        We prefer not to expel
to fill out a problem solver            behavioral violations are                 students, but for severe or
form to explore:                        more extreme or repeated an               repeated lower level offenses
 1. What is the problem?                official discipline referral              that are not being eliminated,
 2. What rule was broken (be            will be filled out and parents            this may be an appropriate
     responsible, be respectful,        will be notified per PPS                  intervention. We follow the
     be safe) and how was it            guidelines.                               PPS district policies. Rarely
     broken?                                                                      do we actually expel a
 3. Make a plan: what will be           CHECK IN CHECK OUT                        student, rather we send them
     done differently?                     For students in need of                to the Delayed Expulsion
 4. Who needs to be                     behavioral interventions,                 Student Counseling Center
     notified?                          Check In Check Out (CICO)                 (DESCC). This program is
 5. What needs to be done to            forms may be assigned to                  very effective and helps
     make the situation right           track daily behavior in                   students return to school with
     again?                             classes. Students are required            the skills they need.
                                        to get them signed and turned
BEHAVIOR NAVIGATOR                      in each day.                              STAYING AFTER SCHOOL
   This form documents                                                                Students may be kept
misbehaviors to track                   SUSPENSION                                after school with parent
problems and responses.                    Suspension is used                     permission. Students staying
Teachers and other staff fill           sparingly to exclude a student            after school must be under
them out and give them to               from school for a limited                 the supervision of an adult or
administration for follow up.           period of time. Fighting,                 involved in a school program.
This is one of the first steps          bullying, verbal abuse toward
to documenting student                  a school adult, drugs/alcohol,
behaviors that need to change           and other big offenses are
in order for the student to             behaviors that can get
succeed.                                students suspended.


    Signs a Child is Bullying Others
             Gets into physical or verbal fights or is increasingly aggressive
             Has friends who bully others
             Gets in trouble frequently
             Has unexplained extra money or new belongings
             Blames others for their problems and doesn’t accept responsibility for their actions
             Is competitive and worries about their reputation or popularity

    Signs a Child is Being Bullied
             Unexplainable injuries
             Lost or destroyed clothing, books, electronics, or jewelry
             Frequent headaches or stomach aches, feeling sick or faking illness
             Changes in eating habits, like suddenly skipping meals or binge eating.
             Difficulty sleeping or frequent nightmares
             Declining grades, loss of interest in schoolwork, or not wanting to go to school
             Sudden loss of friends or avoidance of social situations



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Student Handbook 2012-13             Page #14             Robert Gray Middle School

								
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