Parent, Student, Teacher Triangle

Parent, Student, Teacher Triangle

The triangle represents the importance of the parent, student, and teacher relationship. This relationship is the basis of a successful partnership between the school and home.

                                                     

Students:

We expect our students to conduct themselves appropriately at their level of maturity. Students are expected to submit to authorities placed over them at the school and to be courteous and respectful in their speech and actions.

Parents:

God has given parents the responsibility for the discipline of their children. Parents have conferred this authority on teachers and administrators during the school day and in school activities. Parents are responsible for training their children at home concerning appropriate behavior and conforming to the standards of the school. Parents should model behavior that demonstrates a respectful attitude toward school officials and students. Parents are expected to support the school guidelines in what is required of students.

Teachers:

They have the authority and responsibility to manage their classroom. Teachers will make every effort to resolve issues in a loving and positive manner, designed to instruct, exhort, and restore the student. Teachers are expected to follow the curriculum in a timely manner, to evaluate student's work and interact with parents. Teachers will respect students and guide them in achieving their God-given potential.