Parent / School / Student Compact
The mission of Hoxsie School is to provide, in partnership with parents and the community, a safe, secure and nurturing educational environment that prepares students to meet the education, social, emotional and cognitive challenges of the future.
I will do my best to:
- Supervise the completion of my child’s homework.
- Attend at least one parent/teacher conference, if needed and requested.
- Emphasize to my child the importance of his/her responsible behavior.
I will do my best to:
- Actively work hard to the best of my ability.
- Be a loyal friend.
- Show self-control.
- Remain determined in pursuit of my goals.
- Live a healthy lifestyle.
- Be a team player.
- Develop true self-confidence that comes from within.
- Be respectful; be responsible; be ready.
Hoxsie School will do its best to:
- Provide an academic environment that promotes student achievement.
- Provide a safe and caring learning environment where your child will begin to be responsible for his/her own behavior and learning.
- Take into account individual strengths in children.
- Help your child follow the school and classroom rules.
- Keep you informed of your child’s progress on a regular basis.
- Schedule parent/teacher conferences when needed.
- Make suggestions for helping your child at home.
- Assign homework and monitor the return of homework.
Student Code of Ethics – Statement of Philosophy
A firm belief in the need for discipline in our schools and a desire to make enforcement of discipline more uniform across our school system are the motivational factors behind the creation of this code. This disciplinary code for Warwick’s public schools is rooted in two philosophical beliefs. First, because no learning can take place in an atmosphere of chaos or fear, a safe and orderly environment must be guaranteed to all students. Second, discipline in our schools should reinforce the following values: responsibility, dependability, truthfulness, promptness, respect for authority and property, honesty, and willingness to accept the consequences for one’s actions. This code will benefit both the Warwick Public Schools and the young people it serves. With schools operating in an atmosphere of high disciplinary expectations, the energies of all parties will be properly focused upon academics and academic achievement. It is the policy of the Warwick Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, religion, national origin, color, disability or sexual orientation in its education services, activities, employment practices and to provide equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Any concerns or complaints about claims of discrimination on the basis of age, sexual orientation, race, religion, national origin, color, or disability in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, may be reported to Sara Monaco, Ed.D, the Title 9 officer, at 734-3120 or to Phillip D. Thornton, Ed.D, Superintendent of Schools, at 734-3100, for all other matters.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMMITMENT TO OUR PARTNERSHIP