WHY DO WE SERVE

Background Information
The major problems identified are student retention in school and student dropouts.  The obstacles encountered in a student’s survival in this developing world include low self-esteem, abandonment, malnutrition (weight and height), loss of a loved one, non-fiction movies, music, changes in friends, and lack of parental support. Research has shown that students with parental, family, spiritual support (church) and community support, stand a significantly greater chance of being more than conquerors, a successful thriving future.

                            Cumberland County School Code of Conduct 4300.R Violations.

Class I Violations: Behaviors that do not significantly violate the rights of others, and do not appear chronic.

Dress Code Violation

Inappropriate Items on School Property/Use
Falsification of Information         
Inappropriate Language/Disrespect
Gambling
Medication         
Honor Code Violation                  
Possession/Use of Tobacco        
Insubordination                            
Truancy*

 

u* Maximum of two (2) days suspension for each offense

uThis violation may result in disciplinary action as determined proper by the building principal which may include short-term suspension not to exceed 5 days.

uThis violation may result in assignment to In-School Suspension and/or short-term suspension not to exceed 5 days.

 

Upon suspension, parents are to contact the organization. Every teacher and child deserve a safe and conducive environment to teach and learn.  

 

HOW DO WE SERVE

OUR YOUTH, OUR PRECIOUS TREASURE

It is our mission to assist by providing a community who counsel and assess the needs of program participants. To foster and encourage positive interactions with school officials, teachers, adult volunteers, and staff, through Youth mentoring programs. These are our youth with GREAT Opportunities.

Eligibility Criteria

In Accordance with the Cumberland County School Code of Conduct 4300.R Violations, handbook.

Class I Violations: Behaviors that do not significantly violate the rights of others, and do not appear chronic.

                                                    Dress Code Violation                      Inappropriate Items on School Property/Use

                                                    Falsification of Information             Inappropriate Language/Disrespect
                                                    Gambling                                         Medication         

                                                    Honor Code Violation                     Possession/Use of Tobacco        
                                                    Insubordination                               Truancy*

* Maximum of two (2) days suspension for each offence.  This violation may result in disciplinary action as determined proper by the building principal which may include short-term suspension not to exceed 5 days.

This violation may result in assignment to In-School Suspension and/or short-term suspension not to exceed 5 days.

 

Class II Violations: Behaviors that significantly violate the rights of others or put others at risk of harm.

                                                   Bullying                                            Hazing                              
                                                   Communicating                              Threats to a Student

                                                   Cyberbullying                                  Disorderly Conduct
                                                   Disruptive Behavior                         Harassment – Verbal                   

This violation may result in short-term suspension or other disciplinary measures as deemed necessary by the building principal. This violation may result in short-term suspension up to 10 days. This violation may result in short-term suspension and/or disciplinary reassignment to an alternative program as deemed necessary by the building principal.

 

Upon suspension, parents are to contact the organization.

Every teacher and child deserve a safe and conducive environment to teach and learn.

 

(910) 364-9531

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