These students have been in Simle longer than the 6th graders so are used to not having name tags around their neck. “Name tags are safety related too. They let [the staff] know who is supposed to be in the building,” Assistant Principal Mrs. Mann says. Name tags are used in many situations, ranging from a student needing to be identified after running in the hallways to more serious situations. They also are useful to help get used to what your years at Legacy High School will be like.
If students are involving themselves in illegal activities such as consuming drugs, and their parents are not stepping in, the schools need to fill the gap. By identifying students who use, school officials can not only help students move away from criminal activity, but provide help to those who may lack parental support and better ensure safety for all students on high school campuses. Successful intervention can help young users and addicts move away from illegal drug use and find a long term focus in life, including a bright
In this day and age, There are five times as many people in jail as there were in the 1970s. Almost 5 percent of the population of the United States will go to prison at in point of their life. Conservatives believe that imprisonment reduces crime in two ways: it removes criminals from the public so they can not commit more crimes, and it also discourages people who would commit a crime as they consider the consequences. Unfortunately, neither of these outcomes have come to be true. In fact, mass incarceration and “tough on crime” laws have been extremely ineffective that instead of reducing crime, it increases it.
In addition, the teachers have learned about the risks of bullying, consequently enforcing the anti-bully rules to prevent bullying. Students have become well educated about bullying so they are prepared to stand up for themselves or others in cases of bullying. Moreover, uniforms may rid bullying fears, but they may create some as well. Classroom.synonym.com says, “some students don't feel they
This is simply because Alcohol can put people in danger. Drunk driving seems to be a black spot of our civilization. An average of 17,000 individuals die each year in drunk driving related accidents, and drunk driving continues to be an enormously important public safety issue (MADD). With lowering this drinking age we can only expect more cases of drunk driving and more lives are put in danger. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration estimates that about 900 lives are saved annually due to fewer alcohol-related traffic crashes involving underage drivers.
Warner explains that children in middle-class neighborhoods are most likely going to behave the way they should be because this is what they learn from their parents and teachers. This shows that there would be low crime rates. In other words, these children would follow the rules instead of engaging into conflict because they can distinguish between
At school students should feel a genuine sense of belonging due to the fact that school is the single most important place in the lives of most children. It is a place where they should feel supported and comfortable because their experiences at school will play a vital part in their lives. When schools start tracking students through the use of ID cards, they start violating the student's right of privacy, possibly putting the students in danger, and neglecting the student's right of liberty. Clearly, public schools should not put Tracking devices in Id cards. First and foremost, it is unconstitutional for schools to violate the student's right of privacy.
Teachers and staff need to be trained to know exactly what to do when it comes to dealing with reports of sexual assault. They need to make students feel like they can come to teachers and staff with this great problem. They need to see school as a safe place where they can be protected and not harmed. Teachers need to make sure these students are safe at all times and need to have a plan on exactly how do deal with these situations They need to know that if they do tell someone that something will be done to help. Different states have different protocols regarding how school deal with sexual assault.
When they are all dressed alike, their all-for-one-and-one-for-all comradery is boosted therefore it builds a positive environment for them. Some people may claim that students can have more independence and can show off their originality and creativity by not wearing the traditional ‘boring’ school uniforms, but not wearing school uniforms not only triggers disturbance, it might also cause students to wear scantily, which is inelegant and not pleasing at all. This educate children the lesson of respect and prioritizing, setting studies over fashion, since their central focus should be on studying now. Therefore, school uniforms teach students respect and the importance to prioritize. According to Spencer (2013) “Wearing a uniform is a badge of pride, creates an identity for a school and is an important part of being a school student.” People might articulate that school uniforms are tedious and unattractive, but only school uniforms, can create a sense of exceptionality.
Within your work placement when dealing with bullying it is very important to know and be able to follow the school’s policies and procedures to correctly support both the child and families. When a child is being bullied it isn’t just upsetting and worrying for the child but also their families, parents need to know their child is safe at school and out of harm’s way and that they are happy and enjoying school. Children and young people have the right to know that they are protected by law and that there is support out there for them to talk to people and to get advice, also parents need to know that if their child is a victim of bullying there is support out there to show them and advise them on ways of how to cope and help the child deal with the bullying. All children and young people have the right to attend school and feel welcomed, safe, secure and protected. Miss Leah Baker UKOC1527 Assignment 2.