- Be on time, whether on zoom or at school.
- Come to class prepared and with all necessary supplies.
- iPad must be charged.
- Be respectful.
- Be Honest.
- Sit promptly and quietly.
- Use the restroom and water fountain before classes.
Bathroom and Water fountain Policy
Students need to drink water and/or use the bathroom before school or between classes. They will not be permitted to leave the classroom once class has started.
- School regulations require parents to file a cell phone authorization form with the school office if they wish their child to be permitted to possess a cell phone on campus. Cell phones must be turned OFF (not just silenced) during school hours, including lunch.
- Cell phones MUST be in a student's book bag and turned OFF during school hours. Cell phones should never be visible; therefore, a phone may NOT be stowed in the mesh pocket on the outside of a book bag. Phones are permitted ONLY inside the student's book bag.
- Violation of these rules is a serious offense. Cell phones can too easily be used to cheat or violate privacy. They are also a serious distraction to the learning process. Therefore, any violation of these rules will be dealt with accordingly.
- ANY violation to the above policy will result in the phone being confiscated by the teacher.
- Students are required to treat eache other, faculty, and staff with respect at all times, despite differences in opinions.
- Rude behavior, foul language, disrespect, teasing, and bullying will not be tolerated.
- Consequences to improper conduct will result in infraction, detention, suspension.
- Infractions are given for violation of the classroom rules and for violations to the standards of conduct. Additional behavior such as; violations of the school uniform code, disruptive behavior, being late to class, as well as other conduct violations, will result in an infraction being given to the student.
- Receiving 3 infractions will be an automatic detention. Detention will be issued directly without the accumulation of infractions for more serious offenses.
- Please refer to the Parent-Student handbook for additional policies.