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For Students

Success at Meadowood

Success comes from effort and the willingness to cooperate. Success at Meadowood is NOT a matter of chance or good luck. Every student is expected to be successful by choosing to follow the Meadowood Program

POINT SHEETS/HOMEWORK AGENDAS

          Point sheets are our way of communicating with both the student and the parent/guardian     regarding each student’s daily progress. We have found that when parents/guardians             review and sign point sheets every day, the student’s performance is much better than             those of the students whose point sheets are not signed regularly.           

  • Point sheets and homework agendas must be brought home reviewed and signed by a parent/guardian every night.
  • Signed point sheets are worth 3 points.
  • Signed homework agendas are worth 3 points. Parents/guardians are strongly encouraged to review the homework agenda and student’s homework.
  • The sections of the point sheet indicate the student’s performance for the day.

 TRANSITIONS

  • All students are escorted to all their destinations during the school day; this process is called “transition.”
  • During transition, students are to face forward, keep one foot on the line, keeptheir hands at their sides, and stay silent at all times.
  • Use of the black line ensures smooth and orderly transitions.

 ADJUSTMENTS

  • One of Meadowood’s strategies for helping students correct their behavior is our system of adjustments. An adjustment is our way of warning a student to stop and think before making any more inappropriate choices.
  • If a student fails to follow any staff member’s directions or fails to follow any of Meadowood’s policies, the student will be given an adjustment for the infraction.
  • Each adjustment reduces the daily point total by one point.
  • Students are expected to accept adjustments without discussion or argument
  • Teachers frequently indicate the reason the student earned the adjustment(s); that is very important for both the student and parent/guardians.
  • If a student chooses to argue about an adjustment, the student will be given another adjustment for arguing.