COMMUNITY SCHOOL, Inc.
"Home of the Braves"
NCSI curriculum is an instructional framework created by NCSI staff to meet the unique needs of NCSI students. It integrates Arizona’s College and Career Readiness Standards with core and intervention instructional resources and assessments to ensure that the written curriculum, the taught curriculum and the assessed curriculum are aligned. The operation curriculum is a map that aligns the Common Core State Standards and learning goals with classroom instruction and assessment in reading, writing and math. Through the use of this curriculum map, students, teachers and staff will be able to identify the learning goals that their instruction targets and how progress toward these goals is assessed. "Student/Parent Handbook"
Social Media Policy
NCSI makes a reasonable effort to ensure students’ safety and security online, but will not be held accountable for any harm or damages that result from misuse of social media technologies.
Do not publish, post or release information that is considered confidential or not public. If it seems confidential, it probably is. Online “conversations” are never private.
Respect brand, trademark, copyright information and/or images of the school (if applicable).
You may use photos and video (products, etc.) that are available on the school’s website.
It is generally not acceptable to post pictures of students without the expressed written consent of their parents.
Do not post pictures of others (parent, workers, students etc.) without their permission on ALL school sponsored events.
Cyberbullying will not be tolerated. Harassing, dissing, flaming, denigrating, impersonating, outing, tricking, excluding, and cyberstalking are all examples of cyberbullying. Don’t be mean. Don’t send emails or post comments with the intent of scaring, hurting, or intimidating someone else.
Engaging in these behaviors, or any online activities intended to harm (physically or emotionally) another person, will result in severe disciplinary action and loss of privileges. In some cases, cyberbullying can be a crime. Remember that your activities are monitored and retained by others.
Violations of NCSI Social Media Policy may have disciplinary repercussions, including:
Suspension of volunteer privileges
Removal from positions of leadership (PIC Official) within NCSI, if applicable
Removal of student from NCSI
Additional consequences determined by Administration