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Re: J.U.G.


Date: Sun Oct 29 2000 - 12:33:09 PST


We have a similar schoolwide detention program. Disruptive students (even
kindergartners) are given detention after school. The lower grades are
assigned detention on Wednesdays from 3:25 - 3:55 and the upper grades on
Friday from 3:25 to 4:05. Detention is held in the auditorium and all
attendees do nothing but sit in a chair, face the wall, feet flat on the
floor, hands folded. The faculty rotates D-hall duty. It usually only takes
one D-hall to straighten kids out, especially the younger ones. If more than
two sessions are earned then we begin the process to have the student removed
to an off-site program. The administration is serious about school time
being for learning and will not put up with disresprctful students and
disruptive classroom behaviors.

I have already served my duty as D-Hall Nazi. It was difficult to see those
little ones crying as they faced the wall, but each and every one of those
students are now angels (well ... almost).


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