At Tanapag school, the discipline plan implemented on the campus is called the School-Wide Assertive Discipline Plan.  This is built on positive reinforcement, and rewards the students for their good behavior.  It was introduced this school year and teachers were encouraged to examine the materials, read about it, try it in the classroom.  This program will be strengthened in the staff development plan for the school and any district training opportunities will be incorporated as well.

  • Students are expected to be present unless they have valid reason.
  • Classrooms are expected to be orderly and free of any obstructions that could be a safety issue. These enviroments should encourage and promote growth and learning.
  • Transfer procedures are clearly defined, with the office needing three days notice, the teacher recording all grades and attendance information, and fines owned by the student being paid before the transfer from may be cleared.
  • STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
  • Health
  • School meal program
  • Hearing Impared/ Severely Handicapped/ Learning Disabled Special Education Program
  • Counseling Service Program
  • Personal Growth
  • - Personal Growth (Health Component)
    - Social Growth
    - Emotional Growth (Psychological Services)
    - Academic Growth (Educational Guidance)

    CORE SUBJECT AREAS
  • Math
  • Social Students
  • Reading/Language Arts
  • Science
  • Chamorro Bilingual
  • Carolinian Bilingual Program
  • ANCILLARY SUBJECTS
  • Computer Lab(CAI)
  • Physical Education
  • Art/Music/Dance
  • UP

     
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