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Procedures and Responsibilities

Students and their parent(s)/guardian(s) are required to attend an intake orientation meeting with the principal or designee prior to the student attending the program. To schedule an appointment, please call (281) 252-2275. During this meeting, procedures and rules will be explained. This meeting gives the student and parent(s)/guardian(s) the opportunity to have any questions or concerns answered so there is no confusion about expectations and responsibilities.

Student Rights and Responsibilities
• To be treated respectfully, impartially, and fairly.
• To be informed of the rules, procedures, and schedules of the DAEP.
• To not be discriminated against because of race, national origin, color, creed, gender, religion, disability, services, and programs available.
• To have appropriate medical treatment when needed.
• To report any problems or complaints without fear of retaliation.

Responsibilities
• To follow all rules, procedures, schedules, and directions of the staff.
• No discrimination toward other students or staff, or language that implies prejudice and/or discrimination.
• To assist in keeping the classroom clean.
• To ask for medical treatment when needed.
• To conduct yourself in an appropriate manner.
• To use good hygiene.
• To report any disrespectful and/or inappropriate behavior directed at them or others, to a staff member.
• Follow the grievance procedures when making a complaint.

Parent/Guardian Responsibilities
• Transport the student to school each day between 7:00 and 7:25 a.m. Students will be allowed to walk, ride their bike, or drive (with administrative permission) to and from school.
• Pick up the student at 2:30 each day. All students should be off campus by 2:45 p.m. If there is an emergency situation, or special circumstance, please make prior arrangements.
• Provide prior written permission for walking or carpooling with other students.
• Ensure that your student has the proper clothing and maintains good hygiene.
• A parent/guardian must sign a student in or out during the school day.
• A parent/guardian will be notified if the student becomes ill at school.
• Attend meetings with school personnel when requested.

Lunch
• Students must bring a lunch or purchase a lunch through the cafeteria.
• Student account numbers and account balances will roll over from the home campus.
• No food may be brought in from restaurants or any other unauthorized source.
No candy, baked goods, fresh fruit, gum, soda, caffeine drinks, or flavored water/water additives.
• Chips and plain bottled water must be in unopened containers.
• Guests may not eat lunch or visit with students.
• Students are not allowed to socialize during lunch.
Make checks payable to Magnolia Food Service. When the account reaches a negative balance of $3.00, the student will be given a cheese sandwich and milk each day until the negative balance is removed.

Supplies
• Students are to bring one package of loose-leaf notebook paper, plain pocket folder (not red or blue) and #2 pencils.
• Textbooks and/or computers will be supplied by the DAEP as needed. Pens of any kind are not allowed. No mechanical pencils are allowed.
 
Available for purchase if a student does not come prepared:
  • Pack of paper $3.00
  • 1 pair of black socks $3.00
  • 2 pencils $1.00
  • 2 erasers $1.00
  • Folder $2.00