Ms. Steib's Site

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, a Master of Business Administration , and an Education Specialist Degree in Instrctional Technology. This is my 9th year teaching 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 ( 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.

Communication Device Offenses (unauthorized possession/use)

The visible possession or use of communication devices such as cell phones is prohibited during school hours, within the school building, or on a school bus, except as permitted by school administration for instructional purposes. All devices must be "OFF" during the school day or while on school buses.

Digital Citizenship

Digital citizenship is the norm for appropriate, responsible technology use. The school district expects students to conduct themselves responsibly and develop safe practices when using digital resources at school and at home. Important elements of digital citizenship include but are not limited to the following guidelines:

A digital footprint is permanent. Think before you hit send or post. Once content is posted, it can never be permanently deleted. Anyone who views it can download or save it. Inappropriate posts may prevent you from acquiring a job or attending the college of your choice. Never post pictures or texts that you may later regret.

Be respectful in all electronic communications. Everything you post can be traced back to you. Never use digital resources to project anger to anyone. This type of behavior, while using CCPS digital resources, may result in the revocation of access to these resources and disciplinary consequences under the Student Code of Conduct.

Communicating with strangers online is dangerous. Never give out personal information online (your name, address, contact information, social security number, etc.). Never agree to meet someone you have met online. Always tell a parent, guardian, or teacher if anyone ever makes you feel uncomfortable online.

Copyright infringement is unethical and illegal. Infringement occurs when an individual reproduces a work that is protected by copyright without permission from the creator. If you are unsure whether use of material is permitted, request permission from the copyright owner or seek guidance from school personnel. Never copy or paste from the Internet without properly citing the source.

Users should always protect their accounts. Never share your CCPS account information with friends. Never try to use another student’s account information. Never leave a computer logged in with your account information. Never write down your account information where others may see it. You are responsible for the content accessed or transmitted using your account information. The CCPS Instructional Technology team has developed electronic tutorials in which all students are expected to participate. These tutorials can be accessed on the district’s website. Parents are encouraged to view the tutorials and have discussions with students about conduct in a digital environment—early and often. Additionally, students will have opportunities to utilize the tutorials at school.

*Please review CCPS Student Handbook 2023-2024 for additional information.

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