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Classroom Behavior Standards and Discipline Procedures

Disciplinary procedures are an effort to keep a student in school and to maintain an active educational process for students. The steps require the cooperation of teachers, counselors, students, parents and administrators. At times, the problems faced by the student and his or her parents can be dealt with and improved by school professionals, but we believe the initial responsibility for the student's attitude and behavior is with the parents. That is the reason we believe that all our disciplinary efforts require the interest and support of the parents. Only in such a cooperative manner can we hope to show the student the problem and attempt to correct that problem.

The classroom teacher is the person in charge at all times during school. Students are expected to:

  1. Show respect for their teacher.
  2. Carry out all reasonable requests by their teacher. Failure to do so will be considered insubordination and will not be tolerated.
  3. Follow all rules set up by the teacher.
  4. Be in their assigned seats and have proper class materials when the tardy bell begins to ring.
  5. Respect the rights of others. Any disruptive behavior will not be tolerated.
  6. Work on their lessons when given class time to do so.

Any breach of the above mentioned guidelines will be handled as a discipline problem and will be dealt with by one or more of the following:

  1. Teacher‑student conference
  2. Parent contact by letter or phone
  3. Student detention
  4. Student‑counselor conference
  5. Student‑teacher‑counselor conference
  6. Parent conference
  7. Student‑principal conference
  8. Any other action deemed necessary by the principal to correct the problem