August 9, 2015 From: Svetlana Psareva To: The parent or guardian of Andrew Miller Dear Parent or guardian, Your child Andrew has been a concern to us over the course of the school year. Andrew has been disrespectful towards his teachers and his classmates. We have given him warnings, one on one discussions, and lunch detention, but he continued on with his behavior. We feel that it is important for the parent to be aware of this concern. The behavior that Andrew displaced towards his teachers and classmates will be listed below.
Paul Farrow is a dedicated employee with a tremendously strong work ethic whose hard work, dedication and conscientious efforts have paid off significantly for West Potomac HS since becoming the operating engineer on November 25, 2013. He has worked hard every day to ensure that all areas in the school are comfortable for the school’s students and staff. At the time Paul transferred from his position as HVAC Technician to the Operating Engineer of West Potomac High School, the preventative maintenance for the school had fallen more than a decade behind. The lack of a qualified reliable operating engineer negatively impacted the schools learning environment. However, Paul has been able to bring all of the outstanding preventative maintenance
The teacher observed Juan being bullied in the classroom as well as in the lunch cafeteria. The teacher thought the counselor could speak to Juan in Spanish to address this problem better. Clearly there is a psychological concern because Juan’s behavior leads to peers to bully him. His lack of communication impedes that Juan can express himself freely, thus making peers to pick on him and projecting Juan as being weak, when the only problem is the language
My nine years at Mary Queen of Peace has been unforgettable and memories I will never forget. I remember walking into my first day of kindergarten in Mrs. Bucheit’s class and knowing only 6 kids in the grade. All I could think about was how I’m going to be like one of the big 8th graders someday. Once a week after school we would go to The Goodwillie’s house for 2 or 3 hours and eat lunch then play outside and eat lunch. First grade, I was in Ms. Summer’s class and had the most fun in my life in her homeroom.
Last Spring, I had the pleasure of completing my field experience at Springfield High School. There, I worked with a student who, for the sake of confidentiality, shall be referred to as Zeke. Zeke was a senior. He was disinterested in his classes and often arrived to class without completed work or an attitude that spoke eagerness to learn. During an occurrence in which Zeke was scolded by my cooperating teacher, I felt a sense of sympathy arise within me.
If students don’t have to deal with being bullied, then everybody would be happy. For instance, my sister when she was in school, she used to get bullied every single day. They would call her 4-eyes, they would knock her books out of her arms, push her around the hallway, and then she would come home crying because of how they tortured her in school. She then decided to send an anonymous letter to her principal asking him to please start grading students on their conduct. She also thought that she might add to the letter what “some students” were doing to her everyday so she did.
A big memory was me not being able to shut my mouth in my english class. The teacher was Mrs. Peterson, and I had a bunch of my good friends in the class. After the first day, I could tell this was not going to be a good class. First off, like I said, I could not keep my mouth shut. I would always be trying to talk to Zach, Dylan, or basically anyone.
Thank you Mrs. Stephanie Smeltzer, for providing the team with the recent incident of Aki. To the school and treatment team, as Aki is receiving OPT/TSF services through New Behavioral Network in his school and family session (only provided by his Therapeutic Support for Families (TSF) worker) on Thursday due to his foster mother’s availability. It is noted, Aki has started to display more frequent aggressive behaviors in his classroom which has been observed by his TSF worker along with school officials, to which the Aki’s behaviors has become a concern as it is putting others at risk of his tantrums as his exhibiting behaviors of throwing objects which last for a period of 2 hours. Therefore, while speaking to my Clinical Supervisor Jamy
How many times has a student complained to you about stress? If you are one or a teacher at a highschool then you probably hear that every day multiple times a day. Are they just being dramatic, lazy, or just saying it to get a reaction? I think not, there are many studies being done about how highschool students are actually stressed and how it leads to other health problems and highschool student actually are pretty busy. Many parents, teachers, and other adults say that us student are being lazy, or dramatic that we really don’t have that much to do, they could be wrong in some cases, there’s alot more to us students than a teacher or parent can see.
Phillip Kmetz LA365 General Psychology May 8, 2016 Module 11 Case Study 1. “Kevin is a cheerful nine-year-old third grader who is brought to the outpatient clinic after the teacher at the private school he attends repeatedly called his mother about his worsening classroom behavior. His teacher described him as a likable and friendly youngster who always obeyed when spoken to but also repeatedly disrupted the class by his antics and could no longer be tolerated in the classroom. The teacher reported that he hummed and make noises under his breath, blurted out answers without raising his hand, and always tried to be first when the teacher asked a question, even though he often did not have the answer when called upon. The teacher had to remind