All 7th Grade Students Must Have Proof Of TDap Shot To Begin School on August 10, 2016.
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|New immunization requirements for the 2016-2017 school year/SB 277: All incoming Kindergarten and 7th grade students must have current immunizations on record to begin school on August 10, 2016. California law SB 277 no longer allows personal or religious beliefs exemptions. Click here for more information.|
|CURRENT 6th Grade Students Must Have Proof Of Whooping Cough Immunization. Please submit proof of shot to school office by March 27, 2017|
Conflict is inevitable. Because we are all human beings, and all human beings are different, human beings will at times conflict with one another. What is important, is to learn to handle that conflict in a healthy way.
One area of conflict that may arise is between students and their teachers. Probably the most common conflict is about grades; the student feels that he/she was graded unfairly. Perhaps the concern is over a single homework or test grade, or perhaps it is over an entire quarter or semester grade. Whatever the situation, it should be addressed by the student.
The goal should be to have both parties feel as if they were listened to and treated with respect regardless of the outcome. There are many unhealthy ways that the students could address this problem, most of which will be unproductive toward the goal. There are also many healthy and productive ways to approach the problem.
Why is it important for a student to address the teacher if they have a concern about a grade? What are some unhealthy/unproductive ways that this conflict could be addressed? What are some healthy/productive ways? Discuss a time that you were in this situation. How did you handle it? What was the outcome?