BEHAVIORS ON CAMPUS
Students are expected to conduct themselves in a proper manner while on school campus, while riding a school bus, and while attending school sponsored activities/events.
Cheating will result in the student receiving a zero for the assignment with no opportunity to re-do the assignment.
Personal electronic devices, to include, but not limited to, cell phones and smart watches are NOT to be used during the school day. If cell phones and/or personal electronic devices are brought to school, they must be turned off upon entering the building and must remain so throughout the day until students are dismissed and have exited the building. If this policy is not adhered to, the device will be taken by school officials. On the first offense students will be required to pick up the device at the end of the day at the front office. On the second and subsequent violations, the parents will have to pick up the device and the student will receive a discipline referral and a consequence will be given. Headphones and ear buds should not be worn on the head, neck, or in the ear during the school day until after students exit the building. Failure to adhere to this policy will result in the same consequences as the cell phone policy.
ITEMS NOT TO BE BROUGHT TO SCHOOL
Items Not to be brought to School (not to be limited to): Spinners, Stuffed Animals, Balloons, Yo-Yo’s, laser pointers, whiteout, pen shockers, toys, and other similar items. If these or any items cause a disruption at school they will be taken by school officials and returned to the parent at the discretion of the school administration.
Outside deliveries are not allowed, to include but not limited to, flowers, gifts, etc.
Food deliveries are not permitted.
Food deliveries are not permitted. Breakfast and lunch will be held in the cafeteria. NO food or drinks other than water may not be brought to classrooms. Parents may not bring in outside food items.
We have water refilling stations. Students need to bring in a refillable water bottle to have water throughout the day. NO glass water bottles will be allowed.
GUM AND CANDY POLICY
No gum chewing is allowed on school grounds during the school day. Consequences will be given for violations of this policy. If candy is given by a teacher as a reward, students must consume it in that class or put it away for after school.
Students may not bring any type of spray cologne, body spray, or spray deodorant at school due to others with allergies or respiratory issues. These items may be confiscated at search & will be returned to students at the end of the day. Repeated violation of this policy may result in disciplinary action by administration. The use of solid deodorants is encouraged.
OFF LIMIT AREAS
All students are to remain on campus once they arrive. Students are to remain in designated, supervised areas upon arrival and throughout the school day. Students should not be in areas where the student does not have classes at that time.
Students involved in supervised activities after school, are to report directly to that activity/club and remain with the activity/club sponsor until they leave the campus.
Students should travel on the right in the hallways/sidewalks in an orderly manner: no running, pushing, jumping, tripping, or playing.
Loitering is not permitted; it creates unsafe conditions and causes other students to be late to class.
Social distancing must be maintained.
PUBLIC DISPLAY OF AFFECTION (PDA)
Public displays of affection, including but not limited to holding hands, hugging and/or kissing, between students is not appropriate at school. Violations of this rule may result in the student being referred to their grade level administrator for disciplinary action.
With the exception of service animals, no animal is allowed on school property.
Students may use the restroom with teacher permission. Horseplay will not be tolerated in the restroom. If students are using their cell phones while in the restroom it will result in a disciplinary action. Students are to report immediately to a teacher or administrator any violations that may have occurred in the restroom.
Note: Parents should inform teachers if their child has a medical issue that may require frequent or emergency trips to the restroom.
Backpacks and digital devices are not permitted in the restrooms.