How does Intown handle behavior problems?
Historically, we have had very few problems with the behavior of our students. Many of our methods (regular teaching about Christ-centered living, prayer, small class size, parental involvement, etc.), provide proactive means of encouraging proper behavior. One of the most effective tools we have in this area is the high parental involvement, commitment, and support we receive. Therefore, the majority of behavior problems that develop in classrooms are solved by the teacher working with the parents of the child. However, repeated or severe actions are brought to the parents, administration and/or the school board. With input from the parents, the school board determines the most appropriate action to take. Actions could include minor consequences such as work detail or other creative methods designed to curb the inappropriate behavior and teach children, but persistent or more severe actions could result in serious consequences such as removal from school.