Student Discipline and Behavior Support
2019-2020 SDBS News and Recognition

2019 2020 SDBS News/Recognition
Excellence in Action


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Recently, our own Robin Green, Community Administrator for Center City 1 Learning Community, was awarded the “Excellence in Leadership” Award by the Black Alumni Chapter of UNC Charlotte. 


Congratulations to Robin!


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We have Mr. Wilson as a teacher assistant on our SDBS team.  Mr. Wilson is a native Charlottean and a graduate of Olympic High School.  He is currently working on receiving his degree and teaching license in special education.  He is an excellent testament to perseverance for all of us.  He is also a great example of wanting to give back to students.  Recently, representatives from our CMS EC department came out to the Naomi Drenan Suspension Center to hear his story and see him work.  He is an awesome individual and we are lucky to have him on our staff.
The 2019-20 Short-Term Suspension Center teams!!
It is going to be an EPIC year!!
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Team vision statement:
All students will develop the necessary skills to be successful in life.
Team mission statement:
The CMS short-term out-of-school suspension centers are dedicated to the intellectual, personal, social, and physical growth of students. Our teaching practices are both reflective and responsive to the needs of our students. Through diversified experiences, the students we serve achieve readiness to return to their home school and succeed in a safe and caring environment.

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