Learning expectations are that every student use the plethora of opportunities made to them to achieve their fullest potential, whether it is in the classroom, before or after school or through different arrangements.
Behavioral, students will:
- Be considerate, courteous and respectful. Inappropriate behavior includes rudeness, back talk, swearing, name-calling, putdowns, etc.
- Listen to and follow directions of: teachers administrators, custodians, secretaries, instructional assistants, substitutes, parent patrol, and other adults in authority.
- Follow classroom and school rules.
- Be on time and prepared for class. Bring books, paper, pencils and other necessary classroom materials.
- Walk in an orderly manner on campus. Inappropriate behavior includes: running, yelling, pushing, shoving, interfering with the flow of traffic, congregating or moving around in large groups.
- Keep hands, feet and objects to themselves. Inappropriate behavior includes: shoving, kicking, tripping, hitting, horseplay, play fighting and fighting. Public displays of affection are not appropriate.
- Show respect for school property and the property of others. Inappropriate behavior includes: writing on or scratching school or other people’s property, or taking things without asking to borrow or use them.
- Have food only in the cafeteria and quad. Inappropriate behavior includes: eating or drinking in the halls, gym or classrooms except under special circumstances authorized by teachers.
- Bring problems and concerns to the attention of an adult: Inappropriate behavior includes: talking about others, spreading rumors or hearsay, confronting other students.
Last Modified on April 25, 2018