Ms. Steib's Site

Tori Steib Welcome Letter.docx

Greetings Parents and Scholars of Morrow High School! 
"Excellence Without Excuses!"

Welcome to my teacher website!   I am delighted and enthused to be a part of the Morrow High School family.  

Who is Ms. Steib?

I am originally from New Orleans, Louisiana.   I hold a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management and a Master of Business Administration.  I am currently working toward my Education Specialist Degree in Instructional Technology at Kennesaw State University.  I am a certified teacher in the area of Business Education, grades 6th-12th.   This is my 6th year working in the CCPS system.  I look forward to a year filled with academic growth, knowledge and excellence!

Classroom Behavior and Expectations

Clayton County Public Schools is committed to ensuring that schools are safe, secure and orderly environments in which teaching and learning are a priority.  With the efforts of the entire school community including but not limited to students, teachers, administrators, parents, guardians, counselors, social workers, psychologists, safety and security personnel, custodial and bus staff, and food service staff must work together and model mutual respect.

The Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for Behavior is a framework comprised of intervention practices and organizational systems for establishing the social culture, learning and teaching environment, and individual behavior supports needed to achieve academic and social success for all students (http://www.gadoe.org/curriculum-instruction-and-Assessment/curriculum-and-instruction/Pages/Response-to-intervention.aspx). The code of conduct promotes positive student behavior and an atmosphere of respect and dignity by assisting students as they strive to become productive, responsible citizens in a global society.

All members of the school community-students, teachers, administrators, parents, guardians, counselor, social workers, psychologists, safety and security personnel, custodial and bus staff, and food service staff must know and understand the code of conduct which all students are expected to adhere to and the consequences when they are not in adherence.

The Clayton County Public Schools Code of Conduct provides a description of conduct that meets the expectation of behavior for students. it includes a range of guidance interventions and a range of permissible disciplinary and intervention measures which schools utilize to address misbehavior.

The Student Code of Conduct applies to all students in Clayton County Public Schools.

Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship is the norms of appropriate, responsible technology use.  CCPS expects students to conduct themselves appropriately and develop safe practices when using digital resources, both at school and at home. 

*Please review CCPS Parent/Student Handbook 2020-2021 for additional information.

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