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Cambria-Friesland School District
Chapter Code:
GBH
Board of Education Policy
Original Board Policy
Student-Staff Relations
The Cambria-Friesland School District is committed to quality educational programs requiring
integrity, high ideals, and human understanding. The welfare and achievement of students are
dependent upon positive relationships within the school environment. To this end, employes of the
Cambria-Friesland School District are expected to develop positive relationships by:
A.
Maintaining empathy with and respect for students.
B.
Communicating with students in a way which fosters the development of a positive self-image.
C.
Using discretion in handling confidential information about students.
D.
Using credible, positive feedback with students.
E.
Implementing motivation techniques that enhance self-esteem.
F.
Modeling and reinforcing behaviors which are expected of students.
G.
Utilizing problem-solving techniques in correcting and changing student behavior.
H.
Helping students feel worthwhile by recognizing their strengths and abilities.
The use of sarcasm, ridicule, insults, profanity, belittling statements or sustained yelling will not be
tolerated in the school environment.
Employes are expected to develop and expand their skills in sustaining positive student relationships.
The Cambria-Friesland School District shall not discriminate in standards and rules of behavior,
including student harassment, on the basis of sex, race, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy,
marital or parental status, sexual orientation or physical, mental emotional or learning disability.
Discrimination complaints shall be processed in accordance with established procedures.
Approved: February 27, 1989
Reviewed by Board: January 27, 2003