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Southside SchoolStudent/Parent Handbook2018/2019Southside School District161 SE Collier RdShelton WA 98584(360) 426-8437www.southsideschool.orgStudent/Parent HandbookSouthside School District does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, sexualorientation including gender expression or identity, creed, religion, age, veteran or military status,disability, or the use of trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability and providesequal access to the Boy Scouts of America and other designated youth groups. The notice ofnondiscrimination is disseminated in the language of national origin minority parents with limited Englishproficiency (LEP) in the district.Title II of the American Disabilities Act (ADA), 28 CFR 35.107Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX), 34 CFR 106.9Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), 34 CFR 104.8Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI), 34 CFR 100.6Boy Scouts of America Equal Access, 34 CFR 108.6; chapter 28A.640 and 28A.642 RCW; WAC 392-190060.District Coordinator: Doris BolenderSouthside School District – Student/Parent Handbook1

Southside Staff for 2018-2019 (Updated 8/16/18)Superintendent / PrincipalAssistant PrincipalAdm. Asst./Secretary/Title ICommunications/Admin. Asst.Kindergarten1st2nd2nd3rd3rd4th5-7 Middle School5-7 Middle School5-7 Middle SchoolArt Specialist (K-7)Technology AssistantSpecial EducationTitle 1/LAP TeacherTitle 1/LAP DirectorNurseHealth Tech/Ed Asst.Food Service /Ed. Asst.Educational Asst.Educational Asst.Educational Asst.Educational Asst.Educational Asst.Custodian/MaintenanceCustodial/MaintenanceBus DriverBus DriverMrs. Doris BolenderMrs. Robie SpauldingMrs. Terry TylerMrs. Heather RichardsMs. Nichole KoehlerMrs. Kim TillerMrs. Andrea MalpicaMrs. Brenda HackMs. Emily McKinnonMs. Dawnelle BartholomewMr. Leeland BakerMr. Matthew HansonMr. Richey ShipleyMrs. Jody TahjaMr. Mike WhiteMr. David ShawMr. Joseph NessMr. JJ NugentMrs. Doris BolenderMrs. Chris SwisherMrs. Laura BellMrs. Liz SmithMrs. Tracy OppedahlMrs. Tess ThompsonMr. Alex ChaneyMrs. Cheryl RaganMs. Lindsey ObergMr. Paul ChristianMr. Adam FlintMrs. Cathy ChappellMrs. Mary gSOUTHSIDE SCHOOL DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENTThe mission of the Southside School District, as a small, community-centered school, is toinspire lifelong learning and to empower students of all ages to become knowledgeable,contributing citizens by meeting the diverse needs of the whole person in a safe and nurturingenvironment.BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ MISSION STATEMENTThe mission of the Southside School Board is to ensure high quality, cost effective educationfor students in partnership with staff and community. We will perform our duties with integrityand sincerity as informed community members.Southside School District – Student/Parent Handbook2

Table of ContentsGeneral School Information5School Day5Arrival Procedures5Drop-Off / Pick-Up Procedures5After School Activities Pick-Up5Early School Departure5Walking to School5Bicycle Safety6Breakfast and Lunch6Parking6Drills6Emergency School Closing Information6Use of the Internet6Program Exemptions7Money7Lost and Found7Classroom Treats7Student Recognition7Withdrawals7Change of Records8Provision for Hearing to Challenge Content of Educational Records8Sexual Harassment8Title IX Statement of Assurances8Parent Concerns and Questions9Special Education Public Participation9Theft and Vandalism9Attendance Information9General Information9Notification of Absences10Unexcused Absences10Truancy10Tardiness10Health/Medical Information11Southside School District – Student/Parent Handbook3

Immunizations11Communicable Diseases11Emergency Medical Treatment11Medication11Getting Involved at Southside12Parents/Guardians Contribute to School Success12Visiting School12Volunteers12Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences12Booster Club13Communication Between School and Home13School Rules/Behavior Expectations13Philosophy13Goals13Role of Students14Role of Parents14Role of Teachers14Role of Administration14Student Expectations for Success15Southside Rules and Regulations17The Big Five: Hats / Gum / Electronics / Energy Drinks / Body Spray17Cell Phones/Electronic Communication Devices (ECD)17Non-Negotiable Behavior17General Rules, Corrective Actions, and Definitions18School Bus Information26School Bus Guidelines26Student Conduct on Bus27Middle School (Grades 5-7)28Middle School Honor Level SystemLocker Guidelines2829Discrimination PolicyElementary and Middle School Discipline Matrices2931Southside School District – Student/Parent Handbook4

General School InformationSchool DayA regular full Southside school day is from 8:15 am to 2:45 pm. Students should arrive at school ontime and stay until the end of the day. This maximizes the learning opportunity for all and minimizes theamount of disruption to classrooms. The first bell will ring at 8:10 a.m. to signal students that it is time toline up for class. All students should be on campus prior to this first bell.Arrival ProceduresStudents are to be in their seats and ready to begin the day with appropriate school supplies andmaterials promptly at 8:15 am. Students should arrive on the school grounds between 7:50 and 8:10a.m. Students may put their items away in the building and go to the lunchroom or play area until timeto line-up. If here for a prearranged appointment with a staff member, please check in at the office andthe office personnel will assist you. If staying on campus after 8:15, please obtain a visitors pass in theoffice.Drop Off/Pick-Up ProceduresParents who drive their students to and from school should use the designated pick-up and drop-offareas only. If you are going to leave your vehicle please park in a parking space. Do not park in thepick-up/drop-off loop or behind other parked vehicles. Students entering a vehicle should only enterfrom the waiting area, marked with yellow lines, at the front of the school. At no time should a studentcross in front of a vehicle while reporting to or leaving the school grounds unless accompanied by aparent/guardian or staff member. We also ask that adults refrain from smoking while picking studentsup and/or dropping them off. These procedures are in place to ensure the safety of our students. Yourcooperation is greatly appreciated.After School Activities Pick UpTransportation home from after school activities should be arranged in advance. Students should bepicked up promptly when after school activities are completed. Transportation issues may jeopardizeor limit a student’s ability to participate in after-school programs.Students may only stay after school if participating in a school approved activity with a designatedsupervisor.Early School DepartureIf it is necessary for a student to be excused early from school, please send a note of explanation to theschool office. When picking up a student for an early dismissal, the designated person will need tocome to the school office and sign the child out. Please do not go directly to the classroom. Followingthis procedure enables school staff to ensure that students are released to the proper person andadheres to safe student practices.WalkingThere are no defined sidewalks or pathways in the area of our school, but with written notice from theparent, students are allowed to walk to and from the school campus. Parents are encouraged toinstruct their children in proper walking safety. All students who walk are reminded that they must notarrive before 7:50 am as no supervision is available and school buildings may be locked until then. Staffmembers on campus before that time have work that must get completed during that time. Walkersmust leave the campus at the end of the school day or participate in a supervised activity.Southside School District – Student/Parent Handbook5

Bicycle SafetyBus transportation is available for Southside students. With written notice from the parent/guardian,however, students may ride bicycles to school. The school will not accept responsibility for the safety ofthe bicycles. Students should dismount their bikes and walk them onto the school grounds whenarriving at school and walk them off the grounds before mounting. A bicycle rack is available to parkthe bikes during the school day. Motorized bikes, skateboards and roller blades are not permitted.PLEASE HAVE YOUR CHILD WEAR A HELMET IF RIDING A BIKE TO SCHOOL.Breakfast and LunchBreakfast will be served daily to those students who desire to have breakfast at school. Reduced/freebreakfast and lunch application forms are included in the first day packet. If you feel you qualify forthis program, please complete the form and return it to school as soon as possible. New forms mustbe completed annually. The application form pertains to both breakfast and lunch. We suggest youpay for lunches a week at a time. This greatly eases the record keeping. We are unable to extendany credit (charges) for either lunch or milk. Milk will be available for purchase at breakfast and lunchservice times. If parents or other guests are planning to have lunch at school, we must be notified nolater than 8:30 am on the day you plan to have lunch.ParkingParking is limited at Southside; however, for individuals who need to come inside the building, spacesare generally available in the parking lot various times throughout the day. In consideration of others,please do not park in the student drop-off zone or behind other parked vehicles.Drills: Fire, Earthquake, Lockdown and other EmergenciesStudents and staff shall participate in emergency drills or rapid dismissal for fire, earthquakes,lockdown, or other emergencies at least once a month during the school year. When the alarm issounded, students must follow the direction of staff quickly, quietly, and in an orderly manner. In thecase of a real emergency, check out procedures will be put into effect. Please make sure that studentemergency information, including current email, is up to date and be prepared that staff must followclearly designated procedures to insure the safety of all students and staff. Students will not bereleased during a drill or event.Emergency School Closing InformationIn case of hazardous or emergency conditions, the Superintendent may alter district and transportationschedules appropriate to the particular condition. Such alterations include closure of school or gradelevels, delayed openings of school, and early dismissal of students. In the case of an emergency earlyrelease, we will call parents of all students in grades kindergarten through fourth grade. All students ingrades fifth through seventh will be expected to follow the procedure on their EMERGENCYINFORMATION FORM. Please tune in to your local radio station, KMAS 1030 AM during extremeweather for information on school schedule changes. We will also attempt to post information on ourwebsite as soon as possible.Use of the Internet and other TechnologyUse of the internet and other technology at Southside are for educational purposes only as permittedby the Southside staff. Students shall adhere strictly to district policies regarding its use (please seethe “Permission to use the Internet” form in the first day packet). Misuse may result in revocation ofprivileges and or disciplinary actions. Students have technology standards that they are alsoaddressing so effective and proper use of the internet and technology is imperative and part of thelearning expectations.Southside School District – Student/Parent Handbook6

Program ExemptionsStudents may be excused from a state required program or learning activity for reasons of religion,disability or other reasons deemed appropriate by the district. An alternative program or learningactivity for credit may be required. All requests should be directed to the principal by the parent/legalguardian in writing and include the reason for the request.MoneyChildren should only bring money to school for specific reasons. Money is often lost, misplaced, orstolen and this causes the child to worry and be upset. The school cannot be responsible for lostmoney. Large sums of money should never be sent to school. If money is sent for field trips orclassroom activities, please put it in a sealed envelope with your child's name on it and follow theprocedures provided by the requesting party.Lost and FoundArticles of clothing or other items found on the school grounds are brought to the lost and found, whichis located in the gym. Staff will examine articles of clothing for a name in order to return item(s) toher/him. All personal belongings, including clothing that can be removed (sweatshirts, jackets),SHOULD BE PLAINLY MARKED. Periodic notices will be sent home reminding families to check thelost and found for misplaced items. Items that have been left for more than a month at the end of theschool year may be donated.Classroom TreatsPlease make arrangements with the classroom teacher prior to bringing in treats for the class forsafety and classroom disruption considerations.All treats, that are brought from home, to share with other students such as for birthday and holidaycelebrations, must be store bought. These treats cannot be homemade. Please make certain that ournurse, health tech, and teacher are aware of any allergies.Student RecognitionPerhaps one of the most important aspects in creating an effective school learning climate is setting upa recognition system for student effort and accomplishment. Southside Middle School uses a variety ofstrategies to recognize student accomplishments and we welcome your ideas and participation in ourrecognition program. Strategies may include but are not limited to: Praise and encouragement – The Principal and staff will provide sincere praise for positiveachievements and academic success.Classroom reinforcement programsSchool-wide recognition through Middle School Achievement Awards and Honor Level SystemPut simply, students must be recognized for being good students and staff must be recognized fordoing a good job of getting all students to achieve well.Families are encouraged to highlight the positive endeavors at home as well as the accomplishmentsat school.WithdrawalsPlease notify the office, in advance, when you know you will be moving from our school service area.Giving us advanced notice will help this transition go more smoothly for all.Southside School District – Student/Parent Handbook7

Change of RecordsPlease keep the office informed of any changes in address, phone numbers, emails, parent'semployment, guardianship, and emergency information. If you plan to move, please let the office andteacher know as soon as possible.Provision for Hearing to Challenge Content of Educational RecordsParents/legal guardians of a minor or eligible student (if 18 or older) may inspect and review thestudent’s education records and request a correction if the records are inaccurate, misleading orotherwise in violation of the student’s privacy or other rights. If the district refuses the request toamend the contents of the records, the requester has the right to a hearing as follows:1. Parent/legal guardian shall make a request for hearing in which the objections are specified inwriting to the Principal/Superintendent.2. The Principal/Superintendent shall establish a date and location for the hearing agreeable toboth parties.3. The hearing panel shall consist of the following:a. The Principal/Superintendent or designated representativeb. A member chosen by the parent/legal guardianc. A disinterested, qualified third party appointed by the school board4. The hearing shall be private. Persons other than the student, parents or legalguardians, witnesses and counsel shall not be admitted.The Principal/Superintendent or designated representative shall preside over the panel. He/she shall hear fromthe staff and from the parents/legal guardians to determine the point or points of disagreement regarding theeducation records. The panel shall make a determination after hearing the evidence and determine what steps,if any, are to be taken to correct the education record. Such actions are to be made in writing to theparents/legal guardians. If, after such a hearing is held as described above, the parents/legal guardians are notsatisfied with the recommended action, the parents/legal guardians may appeal to the School Board where theaction of the hearings panel may be reviewed and affirmed, reversed or modified. Procedure for the appealbeyond the local board follows the prescribed actions as set forth in federal regulations. The parent/legalguardians or eligible student may file a complaint with the Federal Family Compliance Office, United StatesDepartment of Education regarding an alleged violation of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act. Filecomplaints with the Family Compliance Office, U.S. Department of Education, Washington D.C., 20202.Policies 3207 & 3210 – Sexual HarassmentThe Southside School Board recognizes its responsibility to provide an environment for students andstaff free from all types of discrimination, including sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is definedas deliberate verbal, visual or physical advances or comments, made within the school setting andunwelcome by the person for whom they are intended. All complaints should be filed with thePrincipal/Superintendent and will be thoroughly investigated.Title IX/RCW 28A.640 and Discrimination Prohibition/RCW 28A.642 Statement of AssuranceSouthside School District does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientationincluding gender expression or identity, creed, religion, age, veteran or military status, disability, or the use oftrained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts ofAmerica and other designated youth groups. The notice of nondiscrimination is disseminated in the language ofnational origin minority parents with limited English proficiency (LEP) in the district. This holds true for all districtemployment and opportunities and for students who are interested in participating in educational programsand/or all curricular and co-curricular programs and activities. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievanceprocedures may be directed to the school district's Title IX/RCW 28A. 640 Officer and/or Section 504 and/orAmerican with Disabilities Act Coordinator. The Title IX Officer/ADA Coordinator/Section 504 Coordinator isDoris Bolender. Telephone: 360-426-8437 or e-mail at School District – Student/Parent Handbook8

Parent Questions and ConcernsIf, at any time, you have questions or concerns about your child's progress, academically orbehaviorally, please call and make an appointment with the teacher. It is important that you talk to theteacher first since the vital link in home-school communication is that link between parent and teacher.If you want to speak with an administrator after conferencing with your child's teacher, an appointmentmay be made with an administrator. We value your input and want to work with our families to supportour students.Special Education Public Participation / Notice of AvailabilityThe district welcomes public participation and input regarding the planning and operating of thedistrict’s Special Education Program.Any application and any required policies, procedures, evaluations, plans, and reports, related to thedistrict’s Special Education Program, are available for public review and comment through the districtoffice. Please contact Joseph Ness, Robie Spaulding or Doris Bolender for further information.Theft and VandalismOur school building and equipment represents a sizable investment on the part of the taxpayers. If achild should happen to damage something by accident or witness the damage of school property, itshould be reported to a teacher or the office immediately. Students who destroy or vandalize schoolproperty may be required to pay for losses and damages. If a student willfully destroys schoolproperty, disciplinary action may also occur.Attendance InformationDaily attendance and active participation in class is a critical part of the learning process.The following policies and procedures are designed to help students learn responsibility and increasetheir potential for success. Students and parents or guardians must accept full responsibility for regularschool attendance. Only the parent or legal guardian has the authority to request an approved absence.The Principal/Superintendent must determine if the excuse provided meets the excused absencerequirements. All others are unexcused or truant.1. Students are expected to attend class each school day. Teachers shall report absences andtardies to the school attendance office. The district reserves the right to verify excuses.2. The following are reasons for excused absences and tardiness. Missed work assignments andactivities from excused absences or tardies may be made up in the manner provided by theteacher within a reasonable amount of time.School approved activities- To be excused, this absence must be pre-authorized by theschool Principal/Superintendent or designee who will then inform the teacher.Parental-requested activities/Pre-Arranged absences- Parents may request pre-arrangedabsences for a maximum of five school days per year. Special exceptions may be grantedfor educational opportunities. Requests should be submitted, in writing, to thePrincipal/Superintendent, at least ten days prior to the absences. Upon approval,arrangements for completion of assignments must be made with the teacher(s) at leastthree days in advance of leaving. The student shall assume all responsibility for turning inassigned work within the time lines set by the teacher(s).Absence due to illness, health condition, or family emergency- The parent or guardian isexpected to notify the school office, in the morning, on the day of the absence. The schoolSouthside School District – Student/Parent Handbook9

nurse or other designated staff member may contact the home to verify the nature andanticipated duration of the illness or family emergency during any absence. At thediscretion of a school administrator, a physician’s verification of illness may be required toexcuse excessive absences when three or more occur in the same time period. Althoughmedical and dental appointments are considered excused absences, parents areencouraged to make such appointments on non-school time.Absences resulting from disciplinary actions or short term suspension- As required by law,students who are removed from a class or classes as a disciplinary measure, such as ashort term suspension, shall have the right and responsibility to make up assignments orexams missed during the time they were denied entry to the classroom, if the missedassignments would result in a substantial lowering of the course grade. A student, who isremoved, may be given an alternate but comparable assignment.3. Notification of absences – If your child is absent from school, please call the office at 360-4268437 or email prior to 8:30 am. The school secretary shall attemptto telephone the parents or guardians of any student absent from school unless there has beenprior notification by the parent or guardian.4. Unexcused absences: An absence remains unexcused until such time the parent or guardiannotifies the office and it is excused by the Principal/Superintendent. Unexcused absences shallbe deemed truant if not cleared as excused within one week after the student returns to school.5. Truancy (any willful, unauthorized absence) shall be treated as a disciplinary matter.If any student who is required to attend school under the laws of the State of Washington,(commonly called the BECCA law), fails to attend school or classes without valid justificationrepeatedly or for an extended period of time, the building administrator shall: Send a written notice to the student’s parents or guardians indicating the extent andnature of the attendance problem. This notice will request that the parents orguardians contact the administrator to schedule a conference to discuss theattendance problem. If within five days of sending the notice to parents or guardians a conference hasnot been scheduled, a second request for conference will be sent by certified mail.This letter will state the time and location of the conference and invite the parent orguardian to attend. The conference will be conducted by the building administrator,at which time solutions to the attendance problem will be explored. The districtadministrator may choose to involve other school personnel in the problem solvingprocess and may suggest the use of professional services not connected with theschool district. If the parent or guardian does not attend the conference or if the programdeveloped at the conference is not successful in reducing the student’s absences, aBecca petition will be filed with the Juvenile Court to assume jurisdiction in thematter.6. Tardiness- Students are expected to be in class on time. Tardies will be documented forstudents who do not meet the expectation and a staff member may assign a consequence.When a student’s tardiness becomes frequent or disruptive, the student’s parents and thePrincipal/Superintendent or designee shall be notified and administrative consequences may beapplied. If attendance and tardiness do not improve, the student may be reported to the court asrequired by state law.Southside School District – Student/Parent Handbook10

7. All sanctions imposed for failure to comply with the attendance policies and procedures shall beimplemented in accordance with state and district regulations.Health/Medical InformationImmunizationsAll students must be fully immunized against certain diseases or must present a certificate orstatement that for medical or religious reasons, the students should not be immunized. Any studentnot in compliance with the Washington statutes and rules related to immunization may be excludedfrom school until such time as he/she has met immunization requirements. Parents/legal guardianswill be notified of the reason for the exclusion. A hearing will be afforded upon request.Communicable DiseasesParents/legal guardians, of a student with a communicable or contagious disease, are asked totelephone the school office so that other students who have been exposed to the disease can bealerted. A student with certain diseases or health issues is not allowed to come to school while in acontagious stage. Examples of health concerns that may limit a student’s right to attend schoolinclude but are not limited to: chicken pox, diphtheria, measles, meningitis, mumps, lice infestations,whooping cough, plague, rubella, scabies, staph infection, strep infections and tuberculosis.Parents/legal guardians with questions should contact the school office.Emergency Medical TreatmentA student who becomes ill or is injured at school must notify his/her teacher or another staff memberas soon as possible. In case of serious illness or injury, the school shall attempt to notify parents/legalguardians according to the information on the Emergency & Illness Information Form. Parents/legalguardians are encouraged to update this information as often as necessary.If the student is too ill to remain in school, the student will be released to the student’s parents/legalguardian or to another person as directed by the parents/legal guardians on the student’s emergencyform.School staff may administer emergency or minor first aid if possible. The school will contact theemergency medical personnel if necessary, and will attempt to notify the student’s parents/legalguardians whenever possible. The school will follow the advice of emergency personnel if we areunable to contact the parents/legal guardians within a brief time period.MedicationIt is the policy of Southside School District and Washington State Law, to not give medicine to pupils atschool, except at the request of both the physician and the parent. If a child needs medicine threetimes a day, this can usually be given before school, after school and at bedtime.When it is necessary for the child to take medication during the school day, these procedures arefollowed:a. The parent obtains the request form from the school, completes and signs the form.b. The parent will send or take the form to physician for orders and signature.c. The parent will bring to the school, the completed form and the medicine in the originalcontainer. Students are not allowed to bring the medication on the school bus.Southside School District – Student/Parent Handbook11

Note: Due to changes in the state law all medication both prescription and non-prescription fall underthese same rules. The school will not administer any medication without a physician’s signature,including the following over the counter medications: Antacids Advil / Tylenol Cold / Flu MedicationStudents who do not follow the medication at school procedures run the risk of a d

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