Community Crime Education Glade Valley headline News 

Behavior of Middle School Students at Homecoming Game Prompt New Policies

The Administration at Walkersville High School and Walkersville Middle School shared a very important message regarding the behavior of middle school students at Varsity Football Games this morning. During the Homecoming Game this past Friday night, the school made an announcement at half-time addressing the behavior of the middle school students in attendance. Although the behavior improved slightly after the announcement, incidents still occurred causing the WHS Administration and Law Enforcement to intervene and in some cases have students removed from the game.  Inappropriate behavior included fighting, running through crowded…

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Strategies for Changing Problem Behavior in Children

Frederick County Public Schools Partners for Success will present a conference for parents, family members, caregivers and interested professionals on behavior modification. The $20 per person conference will be on Saturday, March 21, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Washington County Technical High School (50 West Oak Ridge Drive Hagerstown, MD 21740 (near the Outlets). Maryland State Department of Education supports this program with funding. Dr. Paul Livelli will talk about techniques and strategies to change behavior in children. According to the brochure, children tend to continue a behavior when it is rewarded…

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Education headline 

SPOT ON Behavior at Glade Elementary

Glade has a school-wide behavior system which is a process for creating a safer and more effective school. It is an approach to enhance the capacity of our school to educate all children by developing school-wide and classroom discipline systems. The process focuses on improving a school’s ability to teach and support positive behavior for all students. At our school everyone is working hard to display SPOT ON Behaviors. Our behaviors are SPOT ON when we: Show Respect for ourselves, others and property. Prepare to attend school every day with…

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