Ziegler Goals for 2017-2018
Ziegler SAC Contact
Join the Ziegler family by reaching out to Joy McIntosh
Handbooks and Guides
This year we will send home Ziegler’s Student Handbook and the School Compact booklet. We also sent home the Student Code of Conduct booklet. If you are interested in helping out at Ziegler this year, a Parent Involvement Packet went home also. You can also download it by clicking on which guide you need.
During the school year your child(ren) will work on projects and do great writing. Some of the work your child(ren) do we will want to post on our school’s website. The choice is up to your child (with your permission) and nothing will be posted unless it is allowed. We will only use grade and first name only for writing and multimedia work. We will only use grade for pictures. If you want to allow your child(ren)’s work to be posted to our site, please fill out the PERMISSION FORM 2 and send it to your child’s teacher.
During the year your child(ren) will be invited to go on school trips. The “trip slips” will be sent home for you to sign. If the slip gets lost you can fill out another TRIP SLIP and send it in to the teacher.
Additional Resources from the Counselor
Philadelphia Area Resource
What Is Cap4Kids?
Are you looking for reliable, up-to-date information about resources in the Philadelphia area for children and families? You’ve come to the right place! Cap4Kids will help you find many community agencies that exist to improve or enhance the lives of children, teens and families.
School District of Philadelphia High School Directory:
Updated information about the various high schools within the Philadelphia area and essential information that describes the school, their application process and the potential activities/programs that are offered there.
Office of Prevention and Intervention Services at SDP:The Office of Prevention and Intervention partners with schools to provide behavior supports that are anchored in compassionate relationships and that are individualized, developmentally appropriate, strength-based, culturally sensitive and trauma-informed. Resources are provided for parents who need support with their child’s behavioral health.
Public Citizens for Children & Youth:
PCCY works to improve the lives of our region’s children by developing initiatives and advocating for quality health care, child care, public education and family stability.
Child Mind Institute:
The Child Mind Institute is an independent, national nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders. Our teams work every day to deliver the highest standards of care, advance the science of the developing brain and empower parents, professionals and policymakers to support children when and where they need it most.