Category I-General Misconduct Infractions
Violating cafeteria rules including, throwing food, leaving lunch trays or litter on tables or the floor and cutting into the lunch line.
Digital citizenship violation
Students shall not use any Internet or other communication device for inappropriate websites, video, music or social media.
Disruptive school and classroom behavior
The act of creating or promoting behavior that disrupts the learning process. Repeated occurrences can be escalated to a category II infraction.
Distribution of unauthorized materials
The act of distributing unauthorized materials on school property.
Electronic communication devices are at the discretion of school personnel. Electronic devices are allowed at school approved times only.
Students may not dress in a manner that is dangerous to health or safety, interfering with learning, or showing a lack of respect for others. The school district is responsible for seeing that student attire does not contribute to any student's hostile or intimidating atmosphere. That dress code enforcement does not reinforce or increase marginalization or oppression of any group based on
race, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, cultural observance, household income, or body type/size.
Our student dress code is designed to accomplish several goals:
• Maintain a safe learning environment in classes where protective or supportive clothing is needed, such as chemistry/biology (eye or body protection), dance (bare feet), or PE (athletic attire/shoes).
• Allow students to wear religious attire without fear of discipline or discrimination.
• Prevent students from wearing clothing or accessories with offensive images or language, including profanity, hate speech, and pornography.
• Prevent students from wearing clothing or accessories that reasonably can be construed as being or including content that is racist, lewd, vulgar or obscene, or that reasonably can be construed as containing fighting words, speech that incites others to imminent lawless action, defamatory speech, or threats to others.
• Prevent students from wearing clothing or accessories that denote, suggest, display or reference alcohol, drugs, nicotine or related paraphernalia or other illegal conduct or activities.
• Prevent students from wearing clothing or accessories that will interfere with the operation of the school, disrupt the educational process, invade the rights of others, or create a reasonably foreseeable risk of such interference or invasion
• Ensure that all students are treated equitably regardless of race, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, cultural observance, household income or body.
Potentially harmful behavior to oneself or others
Engaging in any activities that might threaten the health or safety of oneself or others. Include but are not limited to students who engage in rough or boisterous play (horseplay), including contact such as hitting, shoving, or kicking.
Profanity/Obscenity is the act of using obscene or profane language in verbal or
written form, in pictures and caricatures, or making obscene gestures while on
any school property or during any school activity.
Refusing to follow school and classroom rules
Refusal to do assigned work or follow established procedures.
Unauthorized areas (Use only for documentation purposes).
The act of being physically present in or congregating in areas which are off limits to students or not designated on a student's schedule.
Any other offenses not specifically listed, which are similar to the above infractions may be subject to classification as Category I Infractions by school authorities.