The Guided Study Program Contract
1) The student has received grades below 70% mid/end of marking periods.
2) The student has received support during reinforcement periods.
3) The student is willing to abide by the terms of the Guided Study Contract.
4) The contract has been signed by the student, parent, and Guided Study teacher.
5) The student has met with his or her counselor prior to placement in Guided Study.
A student may be removed from the Guided Study Program in one of two ways:
Option One (Student Must Meet Both Criteria)
Student has passed all classes with a 70% or better.
Student has expressed confidence in his or her ability to be successful without the program.
Student has failed to fulfill the Guided Study Contract. In this case,
Guided Study is not an appropriate educational intervention and a referral to a more appropriate program will be made.
The Guided Study Teacher Will . . .
1) Have a concern for and interest in the success and well-being of each student.
2) Encourage students to organize their work and improve their study habits.
3) Encourage students to maintain grades of C or better.
4) Monitor usage of assignment notebooks.
5) Insist that students are engaged in constructive work each day.
6) Provide academic support and assistance as needed.
7) Reinforce the importance of education.
Student/Parent Contract for Admission into the Guided Study Program afterschool
The Guided Study student will . . .
1)Bring school-related work and materials to guided study each day.
2) Maintain an assignment notebook.
3) Be actively engaged in the material and stay on task for the entire period.
4) Sustain appropriate behavior throughout the study program.
5)Agree to the above expectations and sign this form.
Student Signature Date
I have read the above and will encourage my child to maintain
Parent Signature Date
If the contract is broken, the consequences will be as follows:
Contact with the parent
A conference with the Guided Study teacher, student, and counselor
Removal from the Guided Study Program