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Table of Contents
I
SS Student Handbook I

Addresses/ Contains:

  • In-School Suspension Classroom Rules.
  • In-School Suspension Schedule of Activities.
  • Feelings About School Rules and Being Assigned to In-School Suspension.
  • Consequences: To Behave or Misbehave
  • Comparison Of the Cost of Living To The Cost of Learning.
  • Proper Use of Manners.
  • Individual Plan to Stay Out Of In-School Suspension .
 
Page
Student Activity Schedule
1
In-School School Suspension Center Rules
2
Bathroom and Lunch Procedure
3
Class Schedule
3
Feelings
4
My Function As A Student
6
The Choice Is Yours
7
Individual Plan To Stay Out Of In-School Suspension
8
Manners
10
   
 
Table of Contents
ISS Student Handbook II

Address:
Anti-Social Behavior:

  • Social Behavior (The acceptable kind that will lead to a sucessful life) And Anti-Social Behavior (The unacceptable kind that could lead to a life of crime and imprisonment).
  • Carrying And Using Weapons To School And To School Related Activities.
  • Hazing And Bullying Students.
  • Name Calling.
  • Starting Fights.
  • Joining Youth Gangs.
  • Stealing Name Brand Clothing And Jewelry.

 

Anti-Learning Behavior

  • Disruptive Behavior In Class.
  • Tardy To School And Class.
  • Disrespectful Behavior Toward Teachers And Other Students.
  • Class Disruption Or Educational Empowerment.

Decision Making

  • Evils Of Peer Pressure.
  • Using, Abusing, And Selling Drugs.
  • Drinking Alcohol.
  • Smoking And Using Tobacco.
  • Using Profanity.
  • Teenage Sex And Teenage Pregnancy.
  • Think Positive: Stay In School.
  • Open Ended Questions For Students To Complete.

 

Section One
Anti-Social Behavior
 
Page
Social and Anti-Social Behavior  
1
Youth Gangs: The Ultimate Form of Peer Pressure
5
Carrying Weapons
10
Stealing
15
Starting Fights
21
Hazing/Bullying
27
Name Calling
32
   
Section Two
ANTI-LEARNING BEHAVIOR
 
Skipping School or Class
37
Tardy To School/Class
42
Disrespectful Behavior
47
Class Disruption and Educational Empowerment
51
   
SECTION THREE
DECISION MAKING: FRIVOLOUS CHOICES= DIRE CONSEQUENCES!
Abusing Drugs
57
Drinking Alcohol
63
Smoking and Using Tobacco
75
Using Profanity
79
Evils of Peer Pressure
82
Teenage Sex and Teenage Pregnancy
89
Think Positive: Stay In School!
96
   
Table of Contents
ISS Teacher Manual

Contains:

  • Description Of ISS (In-School Suspension) Program.
  • Description Of ISS (In-School Suspension) Students.
  • Guidelines For Assigning Students.
  • Daily Operational Forms.
  • Classroom Management Tips.
  • Student Class Assignment Request.
  • Student Sign-In Sheet.
  • Parent Contact Forms.
  • ISS (In-School Suspension) Survey Of The ISS program By The School's Teachers.
  • ISS Student HandBook I.
  • More Necessary And Useful Resources.

 

FOREWORD TIPS
In-School Suspension Target Population
ii
Goals Of This Booklet
iv
Recommended Usage Of This Booklet
iv
Classroom Management Tips
v
   
FORM SECTION
 
In-School Suspension Message Sheet
1
In-School Suspension Student Assignment Request
2
In-School Suspension Sign-In Sheet
3
In-School Suspension Behavior Record
4
In-School Suspension Student Activity Checklist
5
In-School Suspension Personal Data Sheet
6
Book Report
7
In-School Suspension Student Observation Report
8
Monthly In-School Suspension Progress Report
9
ISS Lunch Roster
10
ISS Survey
11
Memorandum
12
Daily Log of Significant Events
13
In-School Suspension Center Rules
14
Bathroom and Lunch Procedure
15
   
STUDENT HANDBOOK I SECTION
 
Foreword To Students
16
In-School Suspension Activity Schedule
17
In-School Suspension Center Rules
18
Bathroom and Lunch Procedure
19
Feelings
20
Which One Can You Pay?
21
My Function as a Student
22
The Choice Is Yours
23
Individual Plan To Stay Out of In-School Suspension
24
Manners
25
   
APPENDIX
   
Pre ISS/ALC Attendance Parent Notification Form
27
Student Behavior Profile
28
Student Assignment Sheet
29
1990 ADDENDUM TO ISS TEACHER MANUAL
unnumbered
 
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Minimum Order is 100 Books. Payment is Credit Card or Check Only. No refunds or returns.
Pricing: ISS Student HandBook I $10.00 each.
ISS STUDENT HANDBOOK II $20.00 each
ISS Teacher Manual 5 Free with every 100 ISS Student HandBook order
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Possible Funding Sources For In-School Suspension Materials

1. School Budget: Each School could allocate enough funds to purchase at least 100 In-School Suspension Books.

2. PTA donation or sponsorship of at least 100 In-School Suspension Books for a specified school or school district.

3. Sponsorship by local businesses that the school teachers and parents do business with. Businesses can benefit greatly by:

 •   Sponsoring or donating at least 100 In-School Suspension Books,

        •    Then calling a media press conference to reveal their Philanthropic donation to your school or school district on Television, Radio, and Newspaper as doing
            their part to
prevent School Shootings, School Killings, School injuries and grieving parents.

4. Individual Parent Involvement by purchasing an In-School Suspension Book for each of their children in middle school and high school.

5. School or PTA Fund Raising Activities to sponsor at least 100 In-School Suspension Books for a school or school district.

6. Church Sponsorship of at least 100 In-School Suspension Books for a school or school district.

7. Sports Team Sponsorship of at least 100 In-School Suspension Books for a school or school district.

8. Private Organizations could sponsor at least 100 In-School Suspension Books for a school or school district.

9. Corporate Sponsorship by large corporations of at least 100 In-School Suspension Books for a school or school district.

10. Fraternities and Sororites could donate at least 100 In-School Suspension Books for a school or school district.

11. Individual Philanthropists could donate at least 100 In-School Suspension Books for a school or school district.

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