Supply List
#2 yellow pencils 
Zippered school bag (approx. 5 x 7)
1 box of 12 colored pencils 
Pencil sharpener for colored pencils 
2 glue sticks
1 box of 24 crayons 
2 rolls of transparent tape
1 box classic broad-line markers 
3 composition notebooks
2 red pens 
5 2-pocket folders (1 red, 1 blue, 1 green, 1 yellow, 1 purple)
2 highlighters
1 set of 4 dry erase markers 
1 set of small headphones
2 soft erasers 
2 large boxes of facial tissues
Gym shoes or rubber soled shoes (not black)


Please label all supplies.
Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
Camelot Intermediate School is committed to a bully free school.  At Camelot we will use the Olweus Bully Prevention Program.  This program includes classroom meetings to discuss about bully prevention skills.  The staff are trained to step in immediately when they see a bully situation.  Bully behavior will not be tolerated.  There will be consequences for bullying activity.  The victims of bully behavior are encouraged to talk to any adult at the school or at home, and bystanders are encouraged to step in and report any incidents they see. 
Camelot Code of Conduct
   -Be on time
   -Be where you are supposed to be
   -Be prepared to work with a good attitude

   -Think safety first
   -Make good choices
   -Follow procedures
   -Be the best you can be

   -Respect yourself
   -Respect others
   -Respect property
   -Respect the rules
Knights of the Round Table
Our logo for Camelot Intermediate School refers to students' quest for success through character, achievement, creativity, and service.  To help guide our students on this quest, we have developed a Camelot Letter Program where students can voluntarily take an active role in the community by identifying a need, planning what they can do (in collaboration with important adults in their lives, and perhaps with other students who also want to work on the project), actually putting in a minimum of 5-7 hours outside of their classroom time to accomplish the project, and then writing a short reflection and evaluation of what they did in order to earn each letter.

Students will periodically have some time in Guidance Class to learn about possible projects and discuss various community needs, but they are encouraged to plan letter projects at any time on their own.  After writing down their plan on the preparation form available from the school counselor, they will need to get approval from the specific Camelot advisor.  They will be given an action form which requires signatures from their parent/guardian and the adult supervisor with whom they will be working.  The supervisor will be asked to verify the log of project hours each time the students makes an entry on what was done and the amount of time it took.  When the project has been completed, the students will write the reflection and evaluation on the back side before tuning the finished project paperwork in to the school counselor.

The earned Camelot Letter awards will be printed before the end of each quarter, and the student's classroom teacher and principal will be notified so that recognition and celebration can occur.  During the two years at Camelot, as soon as a student earns four Camelot letters, the students moves from "Page" to "Squire" status and joins the Student Council.  When all seven letters are earned, students attain "Knight" status and will have their names permanently displayed on the cafeteria wall as a member of the Camelot Round Table!
Choices for Champions
Daily Observation Data Recorded on Clipboard:

     LE=lack of effort/poor attitude
     B=bothering others          
     T=talking out of turn
     D=disrespectful to others property or the rules                               
     MI=major infractions
     LA=late assignment         
     MM=missing materials
     L=inappropriate language                                                    

4 Checks = Detention

5 Checks = ISS (Mr. Fiedler)