Rules of student behavior in school are for the benefit of all. Rules are developed to insure the greatest freedom to the greatest number of people. The following school rules were developed by students, faculty, and parents, in order that students may work successfully with each other and their teachers.

1.     All students are expected to show courteous behavior toward each other, faculty and staff, and visitors.

2.     Attendance and promptness to school and all classes are compulsory.

3.     Class cutting will not be tolerated.

4.     Hall traffic should move freely during passing time, and there should be no loitering in halls, bathrooms and offices.

5.     In order to promote safety, students should go only to those sections of the building where they have been scheduled.

6.     Radios, ipods, tape recorders, CD players, cameras and other electronic devices should not be brought to school.

7.     Students should not trespass at other schools.

8.     In order to avoid disorderly or dangerous situations, students should follow directions from teachers in class or other school personnel.

9.     Cursing, woofing, threatening people, fighting and attacking people are prohibited.

10.                        Gambling, stealing, and destroying property are prohibited.

11.                        Smoking in the building or on school grounds is prohibited.

12.                        Students are expected to dress appropriately for school in order that their clothes do not interfere with learning.

13.                        Drug use is not allowed. There are harsh penalties for those who use and promote the sale of any controlled substance.

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