As a student in the Entertainment Marketing program, you will often be expected to work and act independently and in small groups inside and outside the classroom. You will also handle and operate a variety of video and audio equipment and be responsible for this equipment in a wide variety of situations. Please read and ensure that you understand the following:
I will act professionally and courteously at all times inside and outside of the Entertainment Marketing classroom. Student expectations and professional standards are included in the Program Handbook.
I will follow all rules of student behavior outlined on pages 14-17 of the St. Clairsville High School Student/Parent Handbook while outside of the classroom.
I will handle video and audio equipment with care and respect, and return all equipment to the designated area at the end of each class period.
For video courses: I will handle lighting fixtures with caution. Any incandescent lights must cool for a minimum of 5 minutes before they can be safely handled. All lights must be sand-bagged to avoid equipment damage and/or personal injury, and light stands should be lowered before a light is repositioned.
Equipment may be picked up from 2:00-2:30pm, and the Equipment Form must be filled out correctly before equipment will be released to you. ALL equipment is due back before 1st period on the next school day.
Before checking out any equipment, please make sure you have completed ONE the following:
If you do not have mobile data: send a text message that includes your first and last name to Mr. Weaver's Google Voice number.
I understand these expectations and will follow them to the best of my ability. I understand that I am responsible for my actions inside and outside the classroom, and my failure to meet these expectations will result in loss of privileges, including my ability to check out equipment, access to RDP.chat, or travel outside of the classroom during my class period.
Students recieve a printed copy of this agreement along with a copy of the Classroom Expectations and Professional Standards located on the Student Expectations page of our Program Handbook. One copy is signed and given to Mr. Weaver, and another copy is kept in student notebooks.
These professional standards will help launch your career or college education. They will apply just about anywhere life takes you.
Be on time and turn work in on time.
Respect each other and each other’s creative ideas.
Honesty and reliability are essential to this industry. Take the road less traveled.
This industry is built upon working well with others.
Keep the classroom organized at all times.
Encourage each other to do your best on all your work. Provide constructive criticism without negativity.
Present your work and your ideas in an assertive manner.
If you say you are going to do something, "Just Do It!"
Search for the best solution to every problem, keep a positive attitude, and work towards bettering yourself every day.