General Rules for Campus

  •  No student is to be in any hall during class unless that student has permission from the teacher to whom the student is assigned.

  • No student meetings will be held in the school building during or after school unless approved by the administration.

  • All class projects, club projects, and other school activities must be cleared through the office. The principal must approve all moneymaking projects by any club or organization.

  • School news prepared for parents, publication in the newspaper, TV or radio including the schools website will be approved by the administration.

  • Chewing gum is not allowed in school.

  • There must be no running or loud talking in the halls.

  • Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.

  • Students are expected to follow directions of all school personnel.

 

Personal Property

            School officials are not responsible for lost or stolen items or books.  Items, which are not in use, should be in student desks. 

Textbooks

            Any student losing a book must pay for the book before a new book will be issued.  Students are encouraged to use book covers or backpacks to protect books. 

      Tobacco Products

            Tobacco products are not allowed by anyone on campus.

Phone Calls

No phone calls will be placed into the teacher's classroom after 8:05 or before 3:05, except in the case of an emergency.

Tardies and Early Dismissals

Students are expected to arrive on time and remain in school for the entire school day.  Tardies and early dismissals cause  students to miss important information and are strongly discouraged. Five(5) tardies or five(5) early dismissals, or any combination of tardies or early dismissals totaling five(5) will be equated to one day of unexcused absence for the purpose of this policy. In grades 9-12, this limit applies to each class for each semester. The school principal is expected to deal appropriately with those students who are chronically tardy or who leave early. In grades K-5, the principal must use his discretion in administering consequences for excessive tardies and early dismissals. Referral to the Department of Social Services may be considered for chronic violations of this policy. (Policy Code8210)