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Manning Student Handbook

WELCOME TO THE MANNING SCHOOL 

The Manning School philosophy is founded on the belief that all students can achieve in an environment that includes rigorous standards for academic excellence, a close partnership between home and school and high expectations for student conduct.

 

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

Beginning in 6th grade, Manning students are exposed to the rigor of secondary education.  The expectation is for Manning students to be prepared by the end of 8th grade to enter into high school.  Students who have a D or F in a class or classes will be placed on “Academic Watch,” which includes:

  1. Increased school to parent communication;
  2. Mandatory attendance at tutor time for the class(es) they are failing.  Please note that tutor time will be offered every morning at 7:50. 
    1. On Mondays, students can meet with their electives teachers.
    2. On Tuesdays, students can meet with their English Language Arts teacher.
    3. On Wednesdays, students can meet with their Social Studies teacher.
    4. On Thursdays, students can meet with their Science teacher.
    5. Each day of the week, students can meet with their Math teacher.

    3. Mandatory attendance at Wednesday Achievement Time from 2:25-3:25.  We will send communication to both student and family on Friday if the student is expected to stay for Achievement Time the following Wednesday.

 

 

HONOR ROLL

All students have the opportunity to earn placement on the Manning Honor Roll.  The Honor Roll is calculated and posted at the end of each semester.  The Honor Roll is divided into GPA (Grade Point Average) categories:  4.0 = Gold; 3.9 - 3.5 = Silver and 3.4 – 3.0 = Bronze.  Students who earn the Gold placement for their 4 semesters at Manning will receive a “Manning Honor Cord” during the 8th Grade Continuation Ceremony.

 

NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY

Students who earn a cumulative GPA of 3.65 in March of their 7th grade year may apply to the Manning Chapter of National Junior Honor Society.  If all criteria are met, those students will participate in the NJHS Induction Ceremony in May of that year. Students must continue to meet the criteria for NJHS after the Induction Ceremony.  Students not meeting the criteria after their Induction will be placed on Academic probation for 9 weeks.  If, after 9 weeks, the criteria have not been reached, students will be removed from NJHS.

 

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY

The school district goal is to “value diversity and encourage respect and understanding in our school community.”  Students can learn best in a school where all persons are treated with respect.  This kind of positive climate will also help maintain the good reputation of our school in the community.  At this school, we will not tolerate disrespectful or discriminatory behavior.  If a student is found to have treated another person disrespectfully, disciplinary action will be taken.

 

SCHOOL HOURS

First period begins promptly at 8:25 a.m. and school is dismissed at 3:25 p.m.  There is no provision for student supervision before 7:50 a.m. or after 3:30 p.m.  Once students arrive on campus they must remain on school grounds until dismissal.  Students arriving prior to 7:50 a.m. will remain outside until the building opens.  Students arriving between 7:50 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. for will report directly to the cafeteria, the library or the daily scheduled tutor time.    At 8:15 a.m. students have the opportunity to go to their lockers to prepare for their first period class.  Students must leave school grounds by 3:30 p.m. (unless they are involved in a school sponsored activity).

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