Glider Grizzlies Remember to:
Be Respectful, Be Responsible,
Encourage Others and Make The Best Choices!
The teachers and staff Glider School use
Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS)
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Glider PBIS Parent Newsletter:
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Time at School
Students are not allowed on campus before 8:15am.
The playground is supervised 15 minutes before school begins. Loitering on the playground after dismissal time is
also not allowed. The Glider campus is a closed campus and students may not
leave without the supervision of a parent or teacher. Parents must check out
students in the office.
Students who are enrolled in grades 3-6 and who live within walking distance of the school may ride their bicycles to school. The student must have and wear, properly strapped, a bicycle helmet. The bike must have a proper chain and lock. The school cannot be responsible for either bicycles or bike accessories.
Students should dress in clothing appropriate for school. Parents may be called if a student comes to school with any dress or hairstyle that is deemed as a distraction. Any apparel with gang related insignia or notation, reference to drugs or alcohol, or vulgar or profane language is not allowed. Skirts and shorts should be at fingertip length or longer. Pants should fit properly, no baggy, "sagged" pants are allowed. It is not considered appropriate to wear short shirts that expose the midriff, or shirts with spaghetti straps. Hats are to be worn outside only. Open-toed shoes or sandals are not safe on the blacktop or tanbark area; we encourage the wearing of tennis shoes/sneakers.
A citation is not only a consequence, but the first effort to report an incident of negative behavior to parents as well. A citation will be issued with an appropriate consequence indicated. The student is expected to show the citation to the parent, have it signed, and bring it back to school the next day.
Fights, abuse or profane language, insubordinate behavior, stealing, etc. are considered severe infractions and will result either in suspension or assignment to isolation for a period of time determined by the principal or the principals' designee.
Immediate suspension and referral to the police will occur if any student is involved with the use or possession of any controlled substance such as alcohol or drugs. Also, the possession of any substance, which the student represents as a controlled substance, will be considered to be such and will result in the same consequences. Possession or use of tobacco products will result in immediate suspension.
Please see the Oak Grove School District Handbook for further information on behavior and consequences.