Code of Conduct
Section III: Essential partners
The Code of Conduct is your guide for behavior at school. Your principal, teachers and other staff members will support your efforts to be successful in the personal, social and academic behaviors that are expected at school.
When you follow the expectations and rules in the Code of Conduct, you will be demonstrating your good citizenship and character and helping to make your school a safe, respectful and productive learning environment.
The Code of Conduct also describes specific behaviors that are unacceptable at school and explains the consequences that will be assigned to you if your conduct does not meet expected standards of behavior (see pages 14-29). This is your guide to understanding your rights and responsibilities (see pages 6-7).
The Code of Conduct is your guide for understanding the personal, social and academic behaviors that are expected of your child at school and how school principals, teachers and staff will work with you and your child to help him/her demonstrate positive behavior and enjoy academic success. The Code of Conduct also provides you with information about your rights and responsibilities (see page 8).
The Code of Conduct is your guide for supporting a safe, orderly and productive learning environment, helping you to promote positive student behavior at school. It provides guidance in supervising and monitoring effective implementation of school wide expectations, rules, policies, systems and practices. It will help the school to address student behaviors and support students to turn around unacceptable behaviors and get back on track to school success through accountable and restorative interventions.
The Code of Conduct is your guide for supporting positive student behavior at school. It will help you prevent disciplinary problems through the use of effective strategies and systems. It will provide guidance for intervening effectively and appropriately if students don’t meet expected standards of behavior or violate the school rules and policies. If you have concerns about safety or your school’s climate, please talk to your school principal so that you and your school administration can work together to maintain a safe and orderly learning and work environment.
The Code of Conduct is your guide for supporting schools in developing a positive school climate that ensures student and staff safety and order. It will minimize unacceptable student behavior and maximize students’ personal and social efficacy. The Office of Pupil Personnel Services is responsible for monitoring effective implementation of school wide expectations, rules, policies, systems, Positive Behavior Intervention Supports, family engagement and the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA). The Director of Pupil Personnel Services assesses and reviews all disciplinary data and sanctions by race, ethnicity, disability and gender/gender identity of students, and prepares recommendations for improving school climate, discipline and student support.