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The Happiest Place on Earth is not Disneyland, It’s Your School

School is my happy place. As a teacher, I always believed that getting to know my students first and building relationships with them was the most important thing I could do. As an administrator, I still believe this to be true only now, I have many more students that I can have a positive impact. Whether you have a school of a few hundred students or a few thousand, it is essential to know every student. Just as Jimmy Casas, states in his book, Culturize, “Every student, every day.” When you have a bond of trust and respect with a student, they will work hard for you. You do not deal with discipline problems; instead, you enjoy students’ excitement for learning and students leading your school with kindness.
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Leadership Matters - Giving Back Through Service-Learning

During the holiday season, we see many students give back to the community through service-learning. Service-learning engages students in volunteer opportunities and projects. It can be thought of as an extension of the classroom. Students practice setting and achieving goals as well as working together as a group. These skills can help students academically and in their daily lives.
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2 Hour Delay Start

Due to weather school will start at 10: 00 AM today, AM CLC Classes will be canceled. PM CLC class will run on a regular schedule. We will post our Bell Schedule shortly, our apologies for the delay.
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Schools will be on a 2-hour delay

Feb. 3, 2020- Schools will be on a 2-hour delay this morning. We encourage everyone to prepare for extra time to get to school safely. Regardless of our decision making, if you do not think it is safe to send or take your kids to school during inclement weather, please keep them home. School officials will be lenient regarding tardiness and absences during winter weather. Thank you.
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Tardy Improvement Plan

At Stansbury High School, we value and protect classroom learning time. We have found that one of the most significant factors in student success in high school is being in class on time. Recently we have been struggling with students wandering the hallways, talking with friends, and loitering in the hallways after the tardy bell has rung. SHS tardy rates have nearly doubled from the first term to the second term. To improve student tardiness, teachers at Stansbury High will be reviewing the school's tardiness improvement plan on Monday, December 9, 2019, in all classes. We will have a tardy round-up on Tuesday, December 10. All students who are in the hallways after the tardy bell has rung will be ushered to the cafeteria and receive either a warning or tardy ticket, per our tardy program guidelines.
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