FC: SOUTHEAST RALEIGH HIGHSCHOOL MISSION HANDBOOK
1: Welcome Parents & Students Hello Southeast Raleigh High school students and parents. I would like to thank you for choosing to attend Southeast Raleigh this 2012-2013 school year. I hope that we all have a hardworking school year and everyone is determined to make this as successful as possible. This handbook will explain to you what we will expect out of you ( the students ) academically and behavior wise. Hopefully you take the time out to follow these expectations as expected. Thank you
2: Students will be expected to complete as much possible that they can if not all when asked to do so. Students will be expected to strive to get the best grades they can get at all times. Students will be expected to follow all teachers rules without any disrespect or disobedience. Students will be expected to all of their OWN work, meaning to not copy other students work, or plagiarize. Students will be expected to get help if needed because excuses are UNEXCEPTABLE.
4: Mission Handbook | Students will be expected to come to school ready and prepared with a good attitude. Students will be expected to always carry passes no matter where they are going. Students will be expected to apply themselves in whatever they may do academically or extra-curricular, every little thing counts. Students will be expected to keep their areas clean as well as being responsible to keep other areas tidy as well. Students will be expected to accept the consequences they may receive for their deviant behaviors.
5: CHAPTER 2 : IDENTIFY DEVIANCE
6: MAJOR & MINOR BEHAVIORS | Minor Behavior : Being late to class. Social Function : Students tend to be late due to socialization with their peers and don't pay attention to how much time they have. If they have always been a social person that communicates a lot that isn't something they can help, but something they can cut back on . They are basically unifying the group because of laziness or following their peers instead of separating themselves. Theory for being late : According to the Cultural Transmission Theory a student who is always late because of the fact they want to socialize with their peers and follow them instead of being a leader themselves and doing what they have to do.
7: Minor Behavior : Falling asleep in class. Social Function : A student that tends to not turn in work on time or is always turning in things late, even when the teacher tells them exactly when it is due. They don't get any effort to change it. Theory for late work : According to the Strain Theory a student anomie to retreatism is because they reject the fact that their work is suppose to be turned in on time and they reject the ways that they could do it.
8: Major Behavior : Fighting in school. Social Function : Students fight to relieve stress and anger, diffusing tension that they may have, but instead of talking it out to or with someone they take it out on other people smaller or less superior to them. . Some fight because that is something they are accustomed to seeing in their house hold or around them. Theory for fighting : According to the Conflict Theory , fighting is behavior that is people may use to hold their power or to feel superior to others and they don't want to be looked down on.
9: KRABI, SOUTH END | November 9 | Major Behavior : Skipping Class/School Social Function : Not going to school or attending on a regular basis may be something a student may be used to because the parent isn't enforcing on them the importance of school and their education. Also if the student has older siblings that do the same thing they follow behind them thinking that is okay to do what its actually wrong. So because of their lack of not caring, the student feeds off that vibe from their parents and do what they what rather than what they should do. Theory for Skipping : According to the Cultural Transmission Theory its a learned behavior they they can get from older siblings in the household that do the same things but isn't being told its the wrong things to do.
10: Chapter 3 - Re-Socialization | Student being late to class - A way that I could re-socialize a student who is always late to class is to take the extra hour to sit down with the student and discuss ways that they could get to class on time. Also use the extra person I have to monitor the student making sure they are getting to class on time until they can learn to do it on their own without help. They'll fix it fast because most high-school students don't want to be treated like little kids. A student always falling asleep in class . I could re-socialize him/her by making them stand in class , until they can learn to not fall asleep. Also I could talk to their parents on talking to them about cutting down on the extra activities they may do ,until they can get themselves together. | Chapter 3 : Re-Socialization
11: We spent the day with elephants! | A student always skipping class. Ways that I could re-socialize them is by taking the extra hour for them to reflect on whats the reason they skip class & the things that they are missing that could harm them. You could scare them by telling them all the things that could possibly happen when you skip class, such as you fail , not pass & not graduate or something harmful that could happen to them. A Student that fights in school. Ways they could be re-socialized would be to take the extra hour and make them go to a detention center or a courthouse and show them all the reasons you shouldn't fight in school because it could all lead up to a bigger situation. Fighting may seem like something minor but when you really dig deep down into it, it could ruin or harm your life in the biggest way.
12: THANK YOU PARENTS & STUDENT & WELCOME TO THE BULLDOG FAMILY
14: AT THE START of the Rattanakosin or Bangkok period in the late eighteenth century, when the capital was finally settled at Bangkok, an elephant kraal was established in Krabi by order of Chao Phraya Nakorn (Noi), the governor of Nakhon Si Thammarat, which was by then a part of the Thai Kingdom. He sent his vizier, the Phra Palad, to oversee this task, which was to ensure a regular supply of elephants for the larger town. So many followers emigrated in the steps of the Phra Palad that soon Krabi had a large community in three different boroughs: Pakasai, Khlong Pon, and Pak Lao. x | In 1872, King Chulalongkorn graciously elevated these to town status, called Krabi, a word that preserves in its meaning the monkey symbolism of the old standard. The town's first governor was Luang Thep Sena, though it continued a while as a dependency of Nakhon Si Thammarat. This was changed in 1875, when Krabi was raised to a fourth-level town in the old system of Thai government. Administrators then reported directly to the central government in Bangkok, and Krabi's history as a unique entity separated from the other provinces, had begun.
15: ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL SUNSET OFF KRABI POINT | November 11
16: ELEPHANTS AT PATARA FARM | November 12
17: LONGTAIL BOATS OFF THE COAST OF MAYA BAY | November 13
21: SWALLOW CAVES BY MAYA BAY | November 14
22: "The entire ocean is affected by a pebble." | Blaise Pascal
23: "I believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journey work of the stars." | Walt Whitman