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    Classroom Expectations

    Southeastern Beauty SchoolsBarber ProgramMs. Hernandez

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    Southeastern School Mission

    Southeastern Beauty/Barber School mission is:

    Provide quality vocational education

    Provide training leading to career development

    Provide training leading to graduation

    Provide the training and knowledge for state exam licensing

    Provide the skills leading to employability

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    Student Behaviors

    Be ethical

    Mutual respect for self and others.

    Be prompt Be ready to learn when class begins.

    Be prepared Have materials with you and know due dates.

    Be a polite and positive participant Speak in a normal tone of voice, and listen attentively.

    Be productive Turn in work on time, and always do your best.

    Be a problem solver Correct problems quickly and peacefully before they escalate.

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    Show Respect

    Value yourself. Be honest and ethical, and practice strong moral values.

    Wear your clothing, student ID, and smock properly.

    Treat all members of the school community and all visitors withpoliteness and respect.

    Honor the ideas and opinions of others.

    Offer to help.

    Be responsible with property and belongings.

    Turn off cell phones, ipods, or electronic devices while in the building.

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    Responsibility for Coursework

    Be in your assigned work area at all times. If you are missing, yourisk being clocked out.

    Bring notebook, textbook, workbook, and appropriate writing tools(black ink only) to class.

    Know due dates, and submit all coursework on time.

    All assignments are posted on the schedule and on the class Website.

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    Sample Weekly Class ScheduleTHEORY WEEKLY SCHEDULE MIDTOWN BARBER

    WEEK OF: OCTOBER 5 - 9, 2009 INSTRUCTOR: HERNANDEZ

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    THEORY (S) DEMONSTRATION TASK ASSIGNMENT TASK ASSIGNMENT RE-CAP

    DAY OF THE 6:00 - 7:00 7:00 - 8:00 8:00 - 9:00 9:00 - 10:00 10:00 10:30

    WEEK 10:30 11:00

    MONDAY 7 ANATOMY

    PRACTICAL

    EVALUATION DEMO

    MANNEQUIN WORK &

    CLIENTS

    MANNEQUIN WORK

    & CLIENTS

    EVENING

    RE-CAP

    CLEAN UP

    AND

    TIMESHEETS

    TUESDAY 7 ANATOMY

    PRACTICAL

    EVALUATION DEMO

    MANNEQUIN WORK &

    CLIENTS

    MANNEQUIN WORK

    & CLIENTS

    EVENING

    RE-CAP

    CLEAN UP

    AND

    TIMESHEETS

    WEDNESDAY 7 ANATOMY

    PRACTICAL

    EVALUATION DEMO

    MANNEQUIN WORK &

    CLIENTS

    MANNEQUIN WORK

    & CLIENTS

    EVENING

    RE-CAP

    CLEAN UP

    AND

    TIMESHEETS

    THURSDAY 7 ANATOMY

    PRACTICAL

    EVALUATION DEMO

    MANNEQUIN WORK &

    CLIENTS

    MANNEQUIN WORK

    & CLIENTS

    EVENING

    RE-CAP

    CLEAN UP

    AND

    TIMESHEETS

    FRIDAY CLINICAL SERVICES CLINICAL SERVICES CLINICAL SERVICES CLINICAL SERVICES

    EVENING

    RE-CAP

    CLEAN UP

    AND

    TIMESHEETS

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    Promote Lifelong Learning

    You can develop lifelong learning traits: By showing curiosity about human nature and how the world works.

    By seeking and valuing diversity. By persisting in seeking out new solutions.

    By using your unique talents and intelligence to promote positive change.

    By learning and applying the theory you will learn to solve problems.

    By actively listening and following instructions.

    By being present and actively participating in mannequin work and

    practicing all techniques.

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    Policies

    Food and beverages are not allowed in the classroom.

    Please be in your seat at 6:00 PM, as class begins at that time.

    Remain at your assigned work station. You risk being clocked out, ifyour educator cannot readily locate you.

    Absences

    All absences must have proper documentation.

    Only documented medical/legal/death excuses will be accepted.

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    Policies

    Examples of Unacceptable Absences

    Car not starting

    Taking others to the doctor

    No babysitter

    Slept late

    Flat tire

    No transportation

    Bills to pay

    Uniform didnt get washed Forgot your badge

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    Policies

    Breaks (night student)

    One 15 minute break

    All schedule change requests, and leaves of absence (requires changesto your contract)

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    Ms. Hernandez

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    Policies

    Holidays New Years / Staff Meeting

    Martin Luther Kings Birthday

    Presidents Day

    Staff Planning Day Memorial Day

    Staff Planning Day

    Labor Day

    Staff Planning Day

    Thanksgiving Break

    Christmas Break

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    Grading

    Grades are based on the accumulation of points.

    Points are based on:

    Class participation(effort)

    Completion of assignments

    (daily work)

    Major projects, exams, and

    self-reflection

    Grades are posted on the computer and recorded in your record.

    Our Theory Grading

    Scale 92 - 100% = A 82 - 91% = B 75 - 81% = C 74% or less = D

    Grades are calculated oncumulative percentageand are rounded upwhenever possible.

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    Grading

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    Practical Requirements

    Basic mannequin work to be masteredprior to entering the floor of thebarbershop.

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    Practical Requirements

    Shampooing

    Blow - Dry Styling

    Marcel Iron

    Permanent Waving

    Soft Curl Perm

    Chemical Relaxing

    Haircutting

    Haircoloring

    Virgin LightenerManicure

    Facial

    Wrapping

    Shaving

    Wigs and Hair Enhancement

    Clipper Cut

    1350 Practical Exam

    Clock Hours Completed

    Credit Hours Completed

    Student Name:

    Each Sign

    Off on a mannequin or a model/client must be shown to the

    instructor.

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    Practical Requirements

    Each task must be shown to the instructor for sign off

    SOUTHEASTERN BARBER SCHOOL

    MONTH/YEAR:____________________________ STUDENT NAME:____________________________________________________ DATE ENROLLED:_____________________

    200 500 25 5 10 10 200 550 1500 1500DAY DATE THEORY STYLING SHAVING SHAMPOO FACIAL SCALP CHEM. OPTIONAL UNIT STUDENT INSTRUC CLOCK

    CUTTING TREAT TREAT APPLIC. TOTAL INITIALS INITIALS HOURS

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    CURRENT MONTHS TOTAL

    PREVIOUS HOURS

    TOTAL HOURS

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    Evaluations

    Every month your progress will be evaluated

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    Discipline

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    My Pledge to Students

    I will trust you until you give me reason to do otherwise.

    I will respect you and work with you to solve problems.

    I will promptly correct and offer feedback on your work.

    I will work with you to meet learning goals.

    I will offer extra help and alternative assessments should you require

    them.