DUTCH BROADWAY ELEMENTARY
WALTER AKSIONOFF, PRINCIPAL
EILEEN LAMBERT, ASS’T. PRINCIPAL
VALERIE DONOGHUE, ASS’T. TO PRINCIPAL
Telephone: (516) 326-5550
1880 Dutch Broadway
Elmont,New York 11003
“Every participant involved in educating youth should model the role of learner, striving to integrate the interdependent efforts of home, school and community in order to enhance each student’s self concept and education, leading to a self-educating adulthood and successful life transitions.”
ELMONTUNION FREESCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Michael A. Jaime, President
Lorraine Ferrigno, Vice President
Anthony S. Maffea, Jr.
Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Al Harper
Director of Pupil Personnel Services
Mrs. Barbara Schwartz
Director of Curriculum & Instruction
Ms. Kathleen Safrey
Director of Facilities & Operations
Mr. David Polizzi
A MESSAGE FROM
The administration is making every effort to insure that your child will be provided an excellent educational environment during the coming year. One way to help provide that environment is to establish student behavior expectations.
Student misconduct gets in the way of learning, of safety, and of developing respect. Misbehavior takes up valuable learning time and decreases learning opportunities. Furthermore, when children are not held accountable for their misbehavior, they often end up learning that‘rules are made to be broken’.
Our school policy is to establish meaningful rules, which focus on respect for other people, respect for property, and safety. These rules will be enforcedat all times.
One of our goals is to teach students to behave in an appropriate manner and to take responsibility forall of their actions.
This responsibility is the key to good conduct and proper consideration for other people. Students showing disrespect or violating the classroom, cafeteria, or playground ruleswill be disciplined accordingly.
Out of class Level 1
Inappropriate Level 3-Level 8
language to adults
Harassing or bullying Level 1-Level 3
Physical force Level 3-Level 9
(hitting, biting, kicking,
Disruptive behavior Level 2-Level 9
on the school bus
Defying authority/ Level 1-Level 9
disrupting the classroom
Theft, forgery or Level 3-Level 6
Vandalism of school Level 3-Level 9
or personal property
* Having a weapon Level 8-Level 10
Having an illegal Level 8-Level 10
* According to District Policy
(Please note that each level may also include classroom time-outs and/or loss of recess)
Level 1: Teacher speaks with child about
Level 2: Teacher speaks with parent
Level 3: Teacher speaks with child and
parent (daily behavior card).
Level 4: Teacher consults with
Level 5: Teacher meets with supervisor,
parent and/or child.
Level 6: Teacher and/or supervisor
consults with Social Worker,
Psychologist and/or parent/
Level 7: Teacher may send child to
office for time-out.
Level 8: Supervisor meets with child
and parent (pre-suspension)
*Level 9: FullBuildingSuspension
*Level 10:Superintendent Suspension
*According to District Policy