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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 Danielle Pali at (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.
• To not discriminate against 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.
• To follow the grievance procedures when making a complaint.

Parent/Guardian Responsibilities
• Transport the student to school each day between 6:45 and 7:15 a.m. Students will be allowed to walk, ride their bike, or drive (with administrative and parent permission) to and from school.
• Pick up the student at 2:00 each day. All students should be off campus by 2:30 p.m. If there is an emergency or special circumstance, please make prior arrangements.
• Provide prior written permission for walking or carpooling.
• 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 order 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.

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.