FC: Congress Middle School ID Card Expectations
1: At Congress Middle School we want EVERYONE to be successful! To ensure this we have expectations in place to make sure this is possible.
3: Congress Card System Here at Congress the expectation is that everyone wears an ID card attached to a lanyard around your neck at all times. Your ID will have your current picture and year. Also, this can be your pass to many extras here at school!
5: Lanyards & ID Cards Everyone will have a BLUE, SILVER and WHITE card issued to their Life Ed teacher. The color of card you get depends on several factors which will be discussed later. The card MUST be worn on a lanyard around your neck at all times. NOT in your pockets, hanging off of your belt or on you back pack.
7: Lanyard and Case Every student will receive a case and lanyard to use at school. Students may bring their own as long as it is school appropriate.
9: Privileges of Wearing Your Lanyard Ability to use TEAM PASSES without an escort. No lanyard means you need an escort and must be prepared to wait for one. Daily drawing for a free cookie at lunch. Must have your lanyard AROUND YOUR NECK at the time your name is called.
10: WHITE CARD
11: Privileges of Having a White Card There aren't any privileges for having a WHITE CARD. Even if you are a WHITE CARD you must still wear your lanyard and ID around your neck as you are still in the drawing for a free cookie at lunch for wearing you ID. Also, remember you must have your lanyard to be in the hallway during class time.
12: SILVER CARD
13: Privileges of Having a Silver Card Attend Assemblies Attend after-school activities Including intramurals, dances, basketball games, talent show, field trips, etc...
15: HOW TO OBRAIN A SILVER CARD 80 percent homework completion (all classes combined) That means 8 out of 10 assignments!!!
16: BLUE CARD
17: Privileges of Having a Blue Card Team activity every month Attend assemblies Early dismissal off of the bus in the morning Early dismissal to lunch during the day Blue Card gym activities at lunch Surprise activities and rewards Attend after-school activities including: Intramurals, dances, basketball games, talent show, field trips, etc...
19: HOW TO OBTAIN A BLUE CARD 3.0 Grade Point Average 90 percent attendance No Discipline Referrals Good Citizenship and Classroom Behavior Consistently on time to class Considerate to others around
21: Additional Notes on the Card System Grade and Citizenship check will be done every two weeks. During this two week time period you cannot lose or obtain a new card status unless for discipline reasons. Even if you have done all of your work you must be able to show your team teachers that you can maintain your grades and work completion throughout the grading period. At the end of that grading period, such as the end of the quarter, you may be able to change your card status at this time.