Together our goal at Brier is to assure that each child achieves success. We believe that you, as parents, play an important role in helping your child achieve the Brier student goals. We believe parents play several important roles in school discipline:
Support the school’s policies and procedures as it maintains proper discipline and behavior.
Acknowledge and understand our school expectations.
Work with the school to maintain an effective learning environment for all students.
Attending conferences and communicating with school staff.
We want your child to meet the four expectations that we have set at Brier Elementary. They are: Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Responsible, Be Respectful. YOU play a key role in your child's success. Please review and discuss the four student expectations and school policies with your child. Post them in a place where your child will see them often.
We believe in a fair and consistent code of discipline and effective classroom management. Our goal is an environment where respect and safety prevail, and where there is tolerance for differences, customs, and cultures. We will treat all children with kindness and respect. When problems arise, we will work positively and productively to find solutions as well as hold all students accountable.
If your child should exhibit unacceptable behavior at school, we expect that you will work with us to help your child take responsibility for his/her actions and find positive solutions to the behavior. We believe that through a partnership we will provide our students an opportunity to learn through difficult situations.
We request that parents read through each of the discipline policies with their child(ren), sign the attached form and return it to school.
If you want more information on our philosophy of discipline, or information on student rights and responsibilities, please contact the principal, Tori Thomas.
The Brier Staff
At Brier, we are Responsible, Kind, Respectful and Safe. I am ready to learn and will encourage others to be successful because learning comes first!