The Southern Adirondack Education Center’s Principal Rick Horn welcomed students back to school, provided an overview of campus rules and introduced key people at an assembly on September 11.
He reminded students that the same rules that apply at their home school apply here. If students are not taking the bus and plan to drive themselves to school, they need a parking permit, need to park in designated areas and drive 10 miles per hour. Plus, they cannot have a passenger in the car.
Mr. Horn reminded students that there is no smoking, weapons or drugs on campus and no texting during class.
He invited students to invite their friends, classmates and parents to the October 14 Open House where they’ll meet the instructors and can also get information from college representatives.
Student Learning Objective (SLO) tests will be given from September 28 to October 9.
The Dean of Students, Nicole Mabey, spoke about Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) explaining that everyone has a right to be respected and asked students to be mindful of their conduct, what they’re saying and texting. If students feel they have been harassed or bullied, they can fill out a complaint form, which is available at the main office, in guidance or from DASA coordinators.
Click here for list of DASA coordinators.
Click here for the Code of Conduct.