School Information

Standards of Behavior

Schools must provide a learning environment which is orderly, supportive, and safe. Students and parents must know what is expected of them and what will happen if they break the rules.

The Student Conduct and Discipline Code Book describes the rights and responsibilities of students, parents, and the school, in the areas of dress code, attendance, behavior, personal privacy, free speech and publications, and student activities and assembly.
The code book defines consequences for behavior in violation of the rules, including those related to drugs, alcohol, and weapons. Possible consequences include school/parent conferences, administrative referral, suspension, and expulsion.
Grievance procedures for times when students or parents feel they have been unfairly treated are included in the code book.

Students receive a copy of the Student Conduct and Discipline Code Book at the beginning of each school year. Students and parents are required to sign and return a form to school stating that they have read and understood the rules. Teachers spend class time reviewing the code book and answering questions in order to make sure that students understand what is expected of them.

If you have any questions, or would like another code book, call the school.