Student Life is Golden Life
It is said that “student life is golden life,” because student life is the most important part of human life. It is the period of pure joy and happiness, because the mind of a student is free from cares and worries of a grown-up life. In this period, the character of man is built. So, it is called the formative period of human life. Every student should try his best to make the best use of his student life.
The primary duty of a student is to learn and to acquire knowledge. He must do all his work at the right moment and maintain punctuality and discipline. He must remember that if a student becomes successful in his student career and his character is built on a sound basic, he will be able to shine in any sphere of life and serve his society and countries.
A student should spend most of his time of this golden period in reading and learning. A good student never waste his time fixed for reading uselessly. But he must not be a book-worm being always engaged in his studies. He should also be careful about his health and spend some time daily in some sports and games. He should try to develop his body and mind at the same time.
As a student he must try to develop his intellect. He should also try to acquire some good qualities like obedience, dutifulness, respect on elders and love and sympathy for fellow man in the society. The duty of a student is to obey his parents and teachers and respect the elders of the society. Students are the future hope of country. So every student should try to be the best citizen in all respect, so that he may serve his country as far as he can.
Student Guidelines for Success
Student Guidelines for Success in order to get the most out of our program. If a student is not following the Student
Guidelines for Success, he or she will have three chances to change his or her behavior. After a student has received a third warning, he or she will be put on suspension from the program and cannot re-enroll for one full term.
Attend Class: When you are here, you learn. Missing three sessions in a row will result in a warning, even if you call to cancel. You should maintain a 75% attendance rate.
Be on Time: Coming 10+ minutes late more than twice will result in a warning. Call Ahead: A no-call, no-show will result in a warning. If you will be absent, let your instructor or Literacy Kansas City staff know in advance. D o your Homework: The work you do between sessions is just as important as the work you do in class. Homework is key to success. Respect: Everyone succeeds when we are all respectful. Please respect our no drug, no alcohol, no smoking policy during class sessions
Be on Time: Coming 10+ minutes late more than twice will result in a warning.
Call Ahead: A no-call, no-show will result in a warning. If you will be absent, let your instructor or Literacy Kansas City staff know in advance.
D o your Homework: The work you do between sessions is just as important as the work you do in class. Homework is key to success.
Respect: Everyone succeeds when we are all respectful. Please respect our no drug, no alcohol, no smoking policy during class sessions
Retest: Retest when it comes time to do so. It is one of the best ways we can measure how you have improved and what areas still need work.
Responsibility: It is your responsibility to come to class on time and prepared. Bring your materials, homework, and a positive attitude, and you will succeed. The Student Guidelines for Success help us continue to provide free services to students because by following them, our students show us that they take this program seriously and are dedicated to their own success. We are here to work with you in any way we can in order to help you be successful
Guidelines for Success for Students
• Conversation - Used academic talk in conversation, allowed teacher to teach and all students to learn, spoke respectfully to staff and peers, spoke at an appropriate voice level, used correct grammar in conversations and responded to the “My Turn” signal.
• Help - Asked for help in an on task way and helped promote an academic culture of learning.
• Activity - Engaged actively, completed work to the classroom expectation and finished work on time.
• Movement - Followed movement, position and transition expectations to maximize instructional time. (All transitions included in class time fall under this category such as fire drills and bathroom breaks.)
• Participation - Participated cooperatively and actively within group and participation maximized instructional time.
• Success - Student will earn success stamp if 4 out of 5 CHAMP categories are met. Success in a category is met when the student meets the teacher’s expectations.