All students are expected to conduct themselves at all times in a manner that will contribute to the best interest of the school and not infringe on the rights of others. Members of the school staff have the authority and the responsibility to take customary and reasonable measures to maintain proper control and discipline among students placed under their care and supervision. Any student who gives false information or wrongfully accuses another student or staff member may be subject to disciplinary action. The standards of conduct are broken down into four major categories, Levels I, II, III, and IV.
A student who is well informed concerning his rights and responsibilities, and the standards of behavior expected, should not require disciplinary action. For the information of all students; however, infractions to avoid and disciplinary actions are presented below. Consistent application of these standards of conduct by teachers, staff and administrators should result in fairness for all students (offenders and victims alike) and help our school to better achieve our ultimate goal — educating the students.