Deans of Students

Deans of students (formerly known as deans of students) work with the student's family, counselor, teachers and support personnel to assist students with behavioral issues, student conflicts, and any other issues that may interfere with the student's safety and success here at OPRF. Deans hold each student accountable for daily attendance and for any violation of the Code of Conduct and assign appropriate consequences.

Additionally, deans provide the following essential functions:

  1. Support and participate in Positive Behavioral Interventions and Programs at the high school.

  2. Work as collaborative team members with staff, parents and community resource agencies.

  3. Support the academic programs.

  4. Maintain student discipline in the building, on the school grounds, at school events, and on buses to ensure proper education environment.

  5. Ensure compliance with the mandatory attendance law and develop positive student attendance patterns by supervising daily attendance and by monitoring the procedures of the Attendance Office.

  6. Supervise and assist in evaluating the performance of tenure and non-tenure instructional staff to comply with contract provisions.

  7. Communicate regularly with parents and others in the community to develop and maintain a positive school-community relationship.

  8. Maintain behavioral logs for each student on their caseloads.

  9. Supervise co-curricular activities and Safety and Support Staff.

  10. Provide feedback and recommendations to supervisory model.

  11. Review and establish school policy and objectives with the administrative team to facilitate effective school management.