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Behavior Policy

Alameda International students are supported in their academic and social-emotional growth by providing direct instruction, and ample opportunities to practice key life skills taught within the International Baccalaureate ® Approaches to Learning (ATLs) and Learner Profile.  Both of these aspects of the IB Programme allow students and staff to thoroughly and positively instruct, engage, learn, and create in a constructive learning environment for all. 

Alameda International follows a progressive student support process to ensure the safety of all students and provides support for those who need it.  This means that behavioral interventions will be based on a number of factors, including Federal and Colorado State laws, the Jeffco Public Schools’ Student and Family Handbook (Code of Conduct), as well as this document.  These documents work congruently to support student success and to ensure a safe a productive learning environment.  The severity and quantity in which a student repeats prohibited behaviors has an impact on interventions, as well as the student’s needs as a learner. 

Open communication between the teacher, parent, support services and administration is vital in order to support the student. Parents/guardians are encouraged to communicate regularly with teachers, and, as needed, with support staff and administration.  Should a student exhibit concerning conduct, parents/guardians will be notified via phone calls and/or emails as soon as possible, and interventions will follow the student support process outlined in this document.  However, per district policy, the Alameda International administration has the responsibility to weigh all factors involved in any incident and use professional discretion to determine appropriate behavior interventions and supports. 

Alameda Behavior Policy_Student_Parent Edition.pdf
Alameda_Behavior_Policy_Student_Parent_Edition-eS.pdf
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