MEDIA CENTER POLICIES FOR K-2
Students will learn Library/Media Center guidelines and procedures
Students will be given examples of how to take care of their books and the technology they use.
Students will learn what cyberbullying looks like
Students will learn how to navigate the internet safely and responsibly as a digital citizen.
Students will paraphrase and take notes in their own words using print, school databases and media specialist approved websites
Students will learn how to express information in own words and abide copyright laws
Students will learn how to access and create a Google slide show to share research.
Here at the Smith School we have established a school culture of acceptance, tolerance and respect. We use staff meetings, assemblies, class and parent meetings, newsletters to families, the school website, and the student handbook to establish a positive climate at school. We reinforce positive social interactions and inclusiveness.
In the Media Center and in the classroom students will learn the differences and similarities between cyber-bullying and in-school bullying in terms of the roles of bully, victim and bystander.
We have built bullying prevention material into the curriculum and school activities.