RED Behavior Expectations
Students are expected to abide by Rehoboth Elementary's Code of Conduct. This can be found in the handbook that is distributed at the beginning of the year and on the school website. Discipline will be enforced based on the Cape Henlopen Student Matrix for Discipline.
RED BEHAVIOR CONTRACT
Student Expectations and Attendance
· Students are expected to be in their designated group on time and to be prepared for their club.
· Students are expected to exhibit good behavior, a good attitude, and a desire to learn.
· All students are expected to attend each club session.
· Students whose behavior adversely affects the club as a group, in any way, will be dismissed from the program immediately.
· I understand that if my child is to be picked up from the R.E.D. program, I will try my best to be there at the 5:30pm dismissal time. Furthermore, I understand that my child will not be permitted to leave the R.E.D. program with any unauthorized person.
Students who misbehave or cause disruptions during the program hours could face disciplinary action in the form of a 3-strike policy. The following process will be used to handle behavior problems during the R.E.D. program hours:
First Strike: The student will be pulled aside with the program director for 5-10 minutes and be notified of their misbehavior. Along with this, an incident report will get sent home with the student that will need to be signed by their parent/guardian.
Second Strike: The student will be pulled from their club for the remainder of the program session that day and will be sent home with an incident report for the parent/guardian to sign.
Third Strike: The student will receive a school referral for their misbehavior and will be dismissed from the R.E.D. program. This could also affect their eligibility or selection process for the second session of R.E.D.
“Funding for this 21st Century Community Learning Centers program is provided by the US Department of Education and administered by the Delaware Department of Education.”